CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Sixteenth Century Studies Conference (2000)


Source of Information: FICINO 2000-04-17
Date of Event: 2000-11-02 to 05
Location of event: Cleveland, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2000-05-15




CALL FOR PROPOSAL FOR PAPERS AND SESSIONS----EXTENDED:

The Sixteenth Century Studies Conference is holding its annual meeting at
Cleveland, 2-5 November 2000.  The local arrangements committee is
planning a first-class event.

If you would like to give a paper or organize a session there is still
time.  The deadline has been extended to 15 May 2000.  Papers should deal
with some aspect of the time period 1450-1650.  The geographical scope of
the conference is world-wide.  Papers on non-Western European subjects are
as welcome as those on Western European topics.  The subjects of papers
can be historical, theological, literary, art history, music history, the
history of science, or any other subject that deals with the long
sixteenth century of 1450-1650.

If you are interested in giving a paper, please contact immediately:

John Marino, SCSC president and program chair at: jmarino@ucsd.edu

If you would like to be sent a proposal form, please contact:

 Ron Fritze, SCSC secretary at: fritzerh@hal.lamar.edu

Be sure to include your traditional mailing address.

Kathryn M Brammall, PhD
Assistant Professor of History
Managing Editor, Sixteenth Century Journal
Truman State University
100 East Normal Street
Kirksville MO  63501-4221
Tel: 660-785-4665/FAX: 660-785-4181
SCJ FAX: 660-785-4480
email:brammall@truman.edu