Tag Archive 'Call for papers'

CfP (for undergraduates): “Ab Urbe Recondita” at the University of Tennessee

The Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies is pleased to announce its Second Annual Undergraduate Conference:  Ab Urbe Recondita: the Reception of the Roman Classics in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.  The conference will take place on March 30, 2012 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  We are currently calling for abstracts from interested […]

CfP: Marco Manuscript Workshop

Marco Manuscript Workshop Readers February 3–4, 2012 The Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies University of Tennessee, Knoxville The Seventh Marco Manuscript Workshop will be held Friday and Saturday, February 3 and 4, 2012, at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville; the workshop is organized by Professors Maura K. Lafferty (Classics) and Roy M. […]

CFP: Italian Art & the Confluence of Cultures (Kalamazoo)

Italian Art Society CFP: Italian Art and the Confluence of Cultures, I–IV Kalamazoo 2012 The membership of the Italian Art Society seeks papers for the 47th International Congress of Medieval Studies, to be held May 10–13, 2012, at the University of Western Michigan in Kalamazoo.  Italian Art and the Confluence of Cultures, I–IV comprises four linked sessions dedicated […]

CFP: Byzantium/Modernism Conference [Due: 9/1/11]

CALL FOR PAPERS (Due: 1 September 2011)   Byzantium/Modernism: Art, Cultural Heritage, and the Avant-Gardes 20-22 April 2012, Yale University   Keynote Speakers: Marie-Jose Mondzain (CNRS) and Robert S. Nelson (Yale University)   The Byzantine Empire cultivated a thriving community of theologians and philosophers that debated the ontological, phenomenological, and broader epistemic foundations of the […]

CfP: Illinois Medieval Association Conference

29th Annual Illinois Medieval Association Conference Re-Making the Classical: Appropriation and Transformation   Northern Illinois University, February 17-18, 2012   We invite abstracts from a variety of disciplines that examine both material and intellectual aspects of the medieval re-interpretation of ideas, texts, images, and objects from the ancient world.   From Anglo-Saxon poetic views of […]