CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Le 19e siecle "renaissant&quut; / Renaissance in the 19th Century


Source of Information: FICINO 2000-04-17
Date of Event: 2001-10-04 to 06
Location of event: Toronto, Canada
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2000-08-30




Appel de communications / Call for papers

Le 19e siecle "renaissant" / Renaissance in the 19th Century

An international and interdisciplinary conference jointly organized by

The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (U. of T.)
The Joseph Sable Centre for 19th Century French Studies (U. of T.)

4-6 October 2001
at the
University of Toronto

The conference seeks to examine the renewed interest in the Renaissance
evident in the works of scholars, artists, writers, and thinkers of the 
19th Century all over Western Europe (in France, England, Italy, Spain,
Germany...).

 We welcome proposals or panels that examine 19th Century scholarship on the
Renaissance, the imitation and emulation of Renaissance works or styles, the
renewed interest in humanism, neoplatonism, or in major figures of 15th and
16th Century Europe.  Proposals for presentations on all aspects of the
topic are welcome:

- decorative arts                                          
- literature(s)
  and history of the language(s)
- history/historiography                                
- art/art history
- architecture                                               
- medicine/history of medicine
- music/opera                                              
- book history/book collectors
- philosophy                                                
- Shakespeare in the 19th Century
- 19th Century reception of the Reformation

                                              &c. &c.

Proposals may be submitted in French or English.  Please submit a title, a
100 word abstract, and a half-page curriculum vitae to the attention of

Prof. Yannick Portebois, Director, Centre for 19th Century French Studies

by e-mail:  yannick.portebois@utoronto.ca
by mail:    Centre for 19th Century French Studies
                in the John M. Kelly Library / U.S.M.C. / Univ. of Toronto
                113 St. Joseph Street
                Toronto     Ontario     CANADA     M5S 1J4


Deadline for submissions:  30 August, 2000

Victor Thiessen
Curator, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
University of Toronto