CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Queenship


Source of Information: CFP 2001-06-22
Date of Event: 2002-07-08 to 11
Location of event: Leeds, UK
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2001-07-31




CALL FOR PAPERS: 
INTERNATIONAL MEDIEVAL CONGRESS, LEEDS, 8-11 JULY 2002

*Women and Writing in Medieval and Renaissance Scotland: Forum* invite
submissions for a proposed session on medieval and early modern queenship
in Scotland at the International Medieval Congress at the University of
Leeds, 8 - 11 July, 2002. We welcome in particular proposals which address
the subject of queenship from an interdisciplinary perspective. 

If you are interested, please let WWMRS chairs, Sarah Dunnigan  or Evelyn
Newlyn (see contact details below), know by July 31st, 2001. An abstract
would then be requested by the end of August.

*Women and Writing in Medieval and Renaissance Scotland: Forum* (WWMRS)
was established in 1998 as a network or forum for scholars who focus on
the subject of writing about and by women in medieval and Renaissance
Scotland.  WWMRS was created to present, disseminate, and foster
scholarship and research on women in these periods. The Forum regularly
sponsors conference sessions in Britain and the U.S., and provides
information about resources (bibliographies, databases, work-in-progress).
A newsletter is published annually.

For more information, please contact:

Professor Evelyn S. Newlyn, 
State University of New York College at Brockport, 
350 New Campus Drive, Brockport, 
New York 14420 - 2968, USA 
e-mail: enewlyn@brockport.edu

or 

Dr Sarah M. Dunnigan, 
Department of English Literature, 
University of Edinburgh, 
David Hume Tower, 
George Square, 
Edinburgh EH8 9JX, Scotland 
e-mail: elismds@srv0.arts.ed.ac.uk

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