CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Heroes and Villains: The Creation and Propagation of an Image


Source of Information: FICINO 2002-10-02 plus personal communication by Julie E. Sutherland
Date of Event: 2003-03-29
Location of event: Durham, U.K.
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2003-01-03




CALL FOR PAPERS!
Proposals are invited for a one-day interdisciplinary conference to be
held by the Durham Centre for 17th century Studies in St John's College,
Durham (England), on 29 March 2003.

The conference will focus on the qualities that are most admired or
condemned in men and women in the early modern period, and the ways in
which the image of heroism or villainy is created and propagated.  The
theme may be studied in relation to a wide range of contexts, including
literature, the visual arts, popular culture, political and religious
controversies, historiography and propaganda.

Selected papers will be published.  Graduate students are particularly
encouraged to apply.  Please send a short abstract (up to 400 words) by 3
January 2003 to the organisers:

Claire George and Julie Sutherland,
Centre for 17th-Century Studies,
Elvet Riverside,
New Elvet,
Durham,
DH1 3JT
United Kingdom

     email: J.E.Sutherland@durham.ac.uk  or c.h.l.george@durham.ac.uk

For all further information please contact the organisers.