CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

The Society for Renaissance Studies (United Kingdom)

First National Conference


Source of Information: FICINO 2002-05-13
Date of Event: 2003-09-12 to 14
Location of event: Bristol, U.K.
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2002-11-15






THE SOCIETY FOR RENAISSANCE STUDIES
UNITED KINGDOM

FIRST NATIONAL CONFERENCE
TO BE HELD AT
CLIFTON HILL HOUSE, UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL, UK
12-14 SEPTEMBER 2003


CALL FOR PAPERS

This conference is intended to be a wide-ranging event, providing a forum
for all those interested in Renaissance studies in Britain and further
afield. Offers of papers are welcomed from any disciplinary area either on
one of the following themes, or on any Renaissance topic.
Proposals, abstracts (maximum 300 words), and single-page CVs should be
submitted by 15 November 2002 to the relevant organizer(s) as set out
below. The use of email is encouraged. Papers should be of 20-25 minutes
duration.


Humanism and Reading

Dr David Rundle                                         Professor Martin McLaughlin
Lyell Research Fellow in Palaeography   Magdalen College
Corpus Christi College                          Oxford
Oxford OX1 4JF                                  OX1 4AU
david.rundle@history.ox.ac.uk                   martin.mclaughlin@magd.ox.ac.uk

Gender

Dr Abigail Brundin                              Miss Mary Rogers
St Catherine's College                          25A Upbrook Mews
Cambridge  CB2 1RL                              London  W2 3HG
asb17@cam.ac.uk                                 maryrogers@ukgateway.net

Material Culture

Dr Phil Withington and Dr Cathy Shrank
Centre for Early Modern Studies
Crombie Annexe
Meston Walk
University of Aberdeen
Aberdeen  AB24 3FX
p.j.withington@abdn.ac.uk               cathy.shrank@abdn.ac.uk

Papers on other topics

Professor Judith Bryce
Department of Italian
University of Bristol
19 Woodland Road
Bristol  BS8 1TE
J.H.Bryce@bristol.ac.uk   Tel. (+44) 0117 9288610  Fax (+44) 0117 9288143

Conference Organizer: Judith Bryce, contact details as above


The Society for Renaissance Studies is a Registered Charity, number 1025890