CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Violence, Politics, and Culture in Early Modern Europe


Source of Information: CFP 2002-06-14
Date of Event: 2003-03-27
Location of event: Oxford [?], USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2002-11-15




Proposals are invited for papers to be delivered at a symposium on the
topic "Violence, Politics, and Culture in Early Modern Europe" to be held
on the campus of the University of Mississippi on March 27, 2003.  The
symposium will culminate in the 2003 James Edwin Savage Lecture in the
Renaissance, "A Lone Assassin? Popular Political Culture and the
Assassination of the Duke of Buckingham," to be delivered by Thomas
Cogswell, Professor of History at the University of California, Riverside.
The symposium organizers-faculty members in the departments of English and
History at the University of Mississippi-seek proposals of 250-500 words
(for finished papers of no more than 3,000 words) from scholars from a
variety of academic disciplines.  Proposals from advanced graduate
students will be given full consideration.  Each proposal should include a
brief curriculum vitae.  Please send proposals by November 15, 2002 to Dr.
Joseph P. Ward, Department of History, University of Mississippi,
University, MS 38677.  For further information, please send email to
jward@olemiss.edu.

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