CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Early Modern Conflicts in Religion


Source of Information: CFP 2002-01-08
Date of Event: 2002-04-05 to 06
Location of event: Riverside, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2002-02-15




CFP for a proposed panel on early modern conflicts in
religion, to be held at (Dis)Junctions, the ninth
annual humanities conference of the University of
California, Riverside.  The conference will be held
April fifth and sixth.  This panel will consider the
impact and implications of the Protestant Reformation
on any aspect of early modern society, such as
literature, drama, the government, educational
systems, gender relations, and international
relations.  Possible topics might also include, for
example, Counter-reformation, heresy, idolatry,
rebellion, divorce, religion as performance or
performance in religious practices, and the use of
spectacle.

Abstracts of one page may be sent via email to
disjunctions@hotmail.com, with the text in the body of
the message.  Abstracts may also be mailed to 
(Dis)Junctions: UCR's Ninth Annual Humanities
Conference
Department of English
UCRiverside
Riverside, CA 92521-0323

All abstracts should be recieved by Feb. 15th.  For
more information, please visit
www.geocities.com/disjunctions

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