CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Women's Autobiographical Writings from the Fourteenth through the Seventeenth Centuries


Source of Information: FICINO 2000-08-24
Date of Event: 2001-05-03 to 06
Location of event: Kalamazoo, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2000-09-10




The Society for the Study of Early Modern Women, together with Ashgate
Publishing, and Convivium from the Siena Center for Medieval and Early
Modern Studies, invites abstracts for a session at the International
Congress on Medieval Studies held at Kalamazoo, Michigan on 3-6 May
2001.

The topic is "Women's Autobiographical Writings from the Fourteenth
through the Seventeenth Centuries." The topic may be interpreted narrowly to
include autobiographies or memoirs, or it may be interpreted more broadly to
include autobiographical aspects of other genres such as poetry or romances.
To meet the conference deadline of September 15, abstracts must be received
by September 10; earlier submissions are encouraged. E-mail, fax, or
snail-mail
abstracts to each of the following three addresses:

Mary Ellen Lamb: maryelamb@aol.com; Fax 618-453-8244; Department of
English, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois 62901.

Erika Gaffney: egaffney@ashgate.com; Fax 802-865-7847; Ashgate
Publishing, 131 Main Street, Burlington,Vt. 05401-5600.

Margaret Hannay: hannay@siena.edu; Fax 518-782-6548; Department of
English, Siena College, Loudonville, N.Y.12211.