CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

New Technology and Renaissance Studies


Source of Information: CFP 2001-04-16
Date of Event: 2002-04-11 to 13
Location of event: Tempe, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: not indicated ("ASAP")





New Technology

The considerable success at the past RSA meeting (Chicago, 2001)
of the three sessions on the use of new technology in research and
teaching has prompted me to make a general call for papers for
Tempe 2002. The following areas are suggested as general headings
and are not meant to be exclusive:

a) new technology and research (individual or group projects)

b) new technology and teaching (individual or group projects)

c) new technology and publication (e.g. from the vantage point of
authors, traditional and non-traditional publishers)

Proposals for workshop presentations or papers which focus on
issues are welcome. Please send proposals asap to
william.bowen@utoronto.ca.

William R. Bowen
Chair, Electronic Media
Renaissance Society of America


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William R. Bowen / william.bowen@utoronto.ca
Director, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
Victoria University in the University of Toronto
71 Queen's Park Crescent
Toronto, Ontario
Canada  M5S 1K7
tel. 416 926-1300 ext 3370 / fax 416 585-4591

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