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CFP: Old and Middle English (3/1/07; RMMLA, 10/4/07-10/6/07)

Saturday, February 24, 2007 - 6:53pm
Cindy Carson

Old and Middle English section of of the RMMLA conference is accepting paper
proposals on any aspect of literature in Old or Middle English. Papers need
to be about 20 minutes in length; a one-page proposal is due by March 1 to:
Cindy Carlson at The conference will be held in Calgary
on October 4-6. Remember that you must have a valid passport to travel to
Canada from the US. Details about the conference may be found at the RMMLA

UPDATE: London in Text and History, 1400-1700 (UK) (3/1/07; 9/13/07-915/07)

Saturday, February 17, 2007 - 12:28am
Ian Gadd

London in Text and History, 1400-1700

13-15 September 2007 at Jesus College, Oxford, UK

Organisers: Ian Archer (Oxford), Matthew Davies (Centre for Metropolitan
History, London), Ian Gadd (Bath Spa), Tracey Hill (Bath Spa), Paulina Kewes

Plenary speakers: Caroline Barron, Paul Griffiths, Rob Hume, Mark Jenner,
Mark Knights, Peter Lake and Peter Stallybrass


This conference will focus on the variety of metropolitan identities, and
how these were constructed, represented, and contested by contemporaries
through a variety of media, including text (broadly
defined), visual culture, maps, architecture and performance.

CFP: Florilegium - medieval studies (3/15/07; journal issue)

Sunday, February 11, 2007 - 8:23pm
C. Canitz

CALL for PAPERS - with apologies for x-postings.

_Florilegium_, the journal of the Canadian Society of Medievalists/Société
canadienne des médiévistes, invites submissions for its next volume. Papers on any
aspect of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages (including the post-medieval
representation of the medieval period) are welcome. Submissions intended for the
next volume should arrive by the middle of March 2007.

Submissions are refereed in a double-blind review process by international experts.
Papers must not contain any indication of authorship and must not be published or
submitted elsewhere.

CFP: Body/Booty: Medieval Ass-ets (grad) (2/5/07; 3/16/07)

Sunday, February 4, 2007 - 6:31pm
Wych-Elm Tree

2nd Annual Medieval Studies/CUNY Medievalists
Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
March 16, 2007
CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY
Body/Booty: Medieval Ass-ets

UPDATE: Judgment & Apocalypse: Aspects & Approaches (grad) (UK) (2/11/07; 4/13/07-4/14/07)

Thursday, February 1, 2007 - 11:59pm
KP Clarke

The deadline for the Third Annual Oxford Medieval Graduate Conference =20=

has been extended until February 11 for receipt of abstracts.

Introductory paper will be delivered by Professor Corinna Salvadori =20
Lonergan (Trinity College Dublin) on Dante and Divine Judgment, and =20
closing paper will be by Professor Eric G. Stanley (Pembroke College, =20=

Oxford) on 'Apocalypse: the Devil and All His Works Revealed'.

Papers welcome on all subject in between.


Judgment and Apocalypse: Aspects and Approaches

UPDATE: The Uses of the "Former Age" in Middle English Literature (grad) (1/20/07; McGill, 10/3/07-11/3/07)

Saturday, January 6, 2007 - 11:55pm
Meredith Donaldson Clark

=93New Worlds, Lost Worlds=94: Discovery, Change, and Loss in Literature
McGill University, Montr=E9al
13th Annual Graduate Conference on Language and Literature
March 10-11, 2007

*please note the extended deadline*

The Uses of the "Former Age" in Middle English Literature

"A blisful lyf, a paisible and a swete, / Ledden the peples in the =
former age..."

CFP: The Medieval World: From the Secular to the Spiritual Special Session for First Year Graduate Students (grad) (2/1/07; 2/24

Saturday, January 6, 2007 - 11:00pm
Britt C Rothauser

 24th Annual New England Medieval Studies Consortium Graduate
 Student Conference
 University of Connecticut
 The Medieval World: From the Secular to the Spiritual
 Saturday, February 24, 2007
 Abstracts from first year graduate students are now being accepted
 on all topics concerning late antiquity through the late Middle
 Ages. This is a special session for first year graduate students
 only. We strongly encourage papers from a variety of disciplines,
 Anthropology – Archaeology – Art History – Classical Studies –
 Literature – Disability Studies – Drama – Gerontology – History –
 History of Science