CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Exploring the Renaissance

Source of Information: CFP 2001-07-23
Date of Event: 2002-04-04 to 06
Location of event: St. Louis, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2001-12-31

Exploring the Renaissance 2002
An International Conference
April 4-6, 2002
Sponsored by the South-Central Renaissance Conference and
The Saint Louis University Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies

Papers are welcome in any area of Renaissance studies, including art,
history, literature, music, philosophy, science, and theology. In
particular, submissions are invited on the following topics:
   Elizabeth I: In preparation for the commemoration of the
four-hundredth anniversary of her death, we invite papers and proposals for
special sessions on any topic related to the Queen, including
      Elizabeth, Colonization, and the New World
      Images of the Queen in Civic Pageants, Royal Progresses, and
the Popular Drama
      Elizabethan Court Poetry and Music
      The Rise of Elizabethan Nationalism
      Elizabethan Art and Portraiture and the Shaping of Public
   Andrew Marvell: To celebrate the inauguration of a new Andrew
Marvell Society, we invite papers and proposals on any topic related to the
poet, including
      Marvel, the Pastoral, and Nun Appleton House
      Marvell, Cromwell, and Revolutionary England
      Marvell and the Arts
   Reformation and Counter-Reformation
   Erotic Triangles in Early Modern Art and Literature
   Citizens and Aliens in Shakespeare and the Drama
   Renaissance Epic and the Fashioning of a 'Gentleman or Noble Person'

Submissions:  Sessions should be proposed no later than September 30, 2001.
Individual papers must be submitted no later than December 31. Send two
copies of both abstract (100 words) and paper (8-10 pages, reading time 20
minutes) to Donald Stump, Program Chair, Department of English, Saint Louis
University, St. Louis, MO 63103. Email: Phone: (314)
977-3009. Program participants are required to join SCRC and are encouraged
to submit publication-length versions of their papers to the SCRC journal,
Explorations in Renaissance Culture.
Inquiries: Please direct questions about registration and local 
to David T. Murphy, Director, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies,
Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO 63103. Email: 
(314) 977-7180. Information on the conference, its sponsoring organization,
and upcoming events is available at

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