CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Authority and Authorities


Source of Information: CFP 2001-11-26
Date of Event: 2002-02-22 to 23
Location of event: Chapel Hill, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2001-12-31




> 
> 
> CALL FOR PAPERS
> The North Carolina Colloquium on Medieval and
> Renaissance Studies
> February 22-23, 2002
> UNC-Chapel Hill
> 
> 
> This year's conference theme is "Authority and
> Authorities."
> Twenty-minute papers may address any topic that
> pertains to the conference theme, broadly construed,
> and focuses on Europe or its contact cultures in the
> period 500-1700.  The
> organizers hope for a diverse pool of submissions from
> a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
> 
> 
> Submit 300-word abstracts by email to ncc@unc.edu.
> The deadline for submitting abstracts is December 31,
> 2001.  Acceptance will be selective, and notification
> will be given by email
> on or before January 10, 2002.
> 
> The North Carolina Colloquium is a graduate student
> conference collaboratively administered by UNC and
> Duke, with the venue alternating between the two
> universities.  Paper proposals from graduate students
> at all universities are welcome.  Please distribute
> this information  through any appropriate channels
> within your institutions and encourage graduate
> student submissions.
> 
> The conference website, hosted by the Carolina
> Association for Medieval Studies, is at
> www.unc.edu/student/orgs/cams/ncc.
> 

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