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CFP: [Religion] (Collection) Resurrecting the "First Five Hundred": The Church Fathers in Early Modern England

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 9:33pm
Mitchell M. Harris

In his "Challenge Sermon" delivered at St. Paul’s Cross on November 26, 1559, Bishop John Jewel
argued that the Church Fathers were the true architects of the Christian religion and that the
English people would no longer be subjected to the sort of medieval tampering that had led the
one true Church astray. "The first five hundred years of the church," he would argue, "are worth
more than the whole thousand that followed afterward." For this collection, we are seeking
essays that address the topic of the Church Fathers in early modern English culture. Topics
addressed may include (but will not be limited to) the rhetorical, political, ethical, and material

CFP: [Gender Studies] (Collection) Resurrecting the "First Five Hundred": The Church Fathers and Early Modern England

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 9:32pm
Mitchell M. Harris

In his "Challenge Sermon" delivered at St. Paul’s Cross on November 26, 1559, Bishop John Jewel
argued that the Church Fathers were the true architects of the Christian religion and that the
English people would no longer be subjected to the sort of medieval tampering that had led the
one true Church astray. "The first five hundred years of the church," he would argue, "are worth
more than the whole thousand that followed afterward." For this collection, we are seeking
essays that address the topic of the Church Fathers in early modern English culture. Topics
addressed may include (but will not be limited to) the rhetorical, political, ethical, and material

CFP: [Bibliography] (Collection) Resurrecting the "First Five Hundred": The Church Fathers in Early Modern England

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 9:31pm
Mitchell M. Harris

In his "Challenge Sermon" delivered at St. Paul’s Cross on November 26, 1559, Bishop John Jewel
argued that the Church Fathers were the true architects of the Christian religion and that the
English people would no longer be subjected to the sort of medieval tampering that had led the
one true Church astray. "The first five hundred years of the church," he would argue, "are worth
more than the whole thousand that followed afterward." For this collection, we are seeking
essays that address the topic of the Church Fathers in early modern English culture. Topics
addressed may include (but will not be limited to) the rhetorical, political, ethical, and material

CFP: [Cultural-Historical] (Collection) Resurrecting the "First Five Hundred": The Church Fathers in Early Modern Engl

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 9:30pm
Mitchell M. Harris

In his "Challenge Sermon" delivered at St. Paul’s Cross on November 26, 1559, Bishop John Jewel
argued that the Church Fathers were the true architects of the Christian religion and that the
English people would no longer be subjected to the sort of medieval tampering that had led the
one true Church astray. "The first five hundred years of the church," he would argue, "are worth
more than the whole thousand that followed afterward." For this collection, we are seeking
essays that address the topic of the Church Fathers in early modern English culture. Topics
addressed may include (but will not be limited to) the rhetorical, political, ethical, and material

CFP: [18th] (Collection) Resurrecting the "First Five Hundred": The Church Fathers in Early Modern England

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 9:29pm
Mitchell M. Harris

In his "Challenge Sermon" delivered at St. Paul’s Cross on November 26, 1559, Bishop John Jewel
argued that the Church Fathers were the true architects of the Christian religion and that the
English people would no longer be subjected to the sort of medieval tampering that had led the
one true Church astray. "The first five hundred years of the church," he would argue, "are worth
more than the whole thousand that followed afterward." For this collection, we are seeking
essays that address the topic of the Church Fathers in early modern English culture. Topics
addressed may include (but will not be limited to) the rhetorical, political, ethical, and material

CFP: [Medieval] (Collection) Resurrecting the "First Five Hundred": The Church Fathers in Early Modern England

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 9:28pm
Mitchell M. Harris

In his "Challenge Sermon" delivered at St. Paul’s Cross on November 26, 1559, Bishop John Jewel
argued that the Church Fathers were the true architects of the Christian religion and that the
English people would no longer be subjected to the sort of medieval tampering that had led the
one true Church astray. "The first five hundred years of the church," he would argue, "are worth
more than the whole thousand that followed afterward." For this collection, we are seeking
essays that address the topic of the Church Fathers in early modern English culture. Topics
addressed may include (but will not be limited to) the rhetorical, political, ethical, and material

CFP: [Renaissance] (Collection) Resurrecting the "First Five Hundred": The Church Fathers in Early Modern England

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 9:26pm
Mitchell M. Harris

In his "Challenge Sermon" delivered at St. Paul’s Cross on November 26, 1559, Bishop John Jewel
argued that the Church Fathers were the true architects of the Christian religion and that the
English people would no longer be subjected to the sort of medieval tampering that had led the
one true Church astray. "The first five hundred years of the church," he would argue, "are worth
more than the whole thousand that followed afterward." For this collection, we are seeking
essays that address the topic of the Church Fathers in early modern English culture. Topics
addressed may include (but will not be limited to) the rhetorical, political, ethical, and material

UPDATE: [General] Detective Fiction (MAPACA 7/10/08; 10/31/08-11/01/08)

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 7:09pm
Alexander N. Howe

CFP: Detective Fiction (MAPACA 7/10/08; 10/31/08-11/01/08)

Deadline extended to July 10, 2008

The Detective Fiction Area of the Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture
Association seeks proposals for the annual MAPACA conference, which will
be held this year in Niagara Falls, Ontario (10/31/08-11/01/08).

CFP: [General] Science and Literature, grad journal

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 4:39pm
Dana Harrison

Science: How do developments in science and / or technology
(communications, medicine, transportation, physics, etc)
interact with literature and/or how have human relationships
to technological advancements changed through time? While
articles could consider works of science fiction, we're also
seeking examinations of how technological developments are
portrayed in literature (broadly conceived- fiction,
non-fiction, or poetry across time periods and national
boundaries), how literature and writing is in turn affected by
these developments and/or how it attempts to justify,
celebrate, rationalize, or control them. We are actively
seeking work from all disciplines, so please interpret

CFP: [Science] Literature and Science

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 4:37pm
Dana Harrison

Science: How do developments in science and / or technology
(communications, medicine, transportation, physics, etc)
interact with literature and/or how have human relationships
to technological advancements changed through time? While
articles could consider works of science fiction, we're also
seeking examinations of how technological developments are
portrayed in literature (broadly conceived- fiction,
non-fiction, or poetry across time periods and national
boundaries), how literature and writing is in turn affected by
these developments and/or how it attempts to justify,
celebrate, rationalize, or control them. We are actively
seeking work from all disciplines, so please interpret

UPDATE: [Travel] Travel and Tourism (7/10/08; MAPACA 10/30/08-11/02/08)

updated: 
Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 3:05pm
Jennifer Erica Sweda

*PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE*

Call for papers for the Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association
Conference

October 30-November 2, 2008
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

TRAVEL AND TOURISM

Travel and Tourism Studies continues to gain popularity as an academic
field, in part because of its inter-disciplinary nature. The Travel and
Tourism area seeks papers that explore and discuss any aspect of travel
and tourism. Topics for this area include, but are not limited to, the
following: