CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Exploring the Renaissance 2004

Source of Information: FICINO 2003-09-16
Date of Event: 2004-04-01 to 03
Location of event: Austin, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2003-12-31

"Exploring the Renaissance 2004: An International Conference" will be held
in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas and St. Edward's University on
April 1-3, 2004.  Participating organizations include the South-Central
Renaissance Conference, The Queen Elizabeth I Society, and the Andrew
Marvell Society.  Thomas P. Roche, Jr., author of Petrarch and the English
Sonnet Sequences and The Kindly Flame and editor of Spenser's Faerie
Queene, will be the plenary speaker.  The William B. Hunter Lecture will be
delivered by Rebecca Wagner Oettinger, author of Music as Propaganda in the
German Reformation.

Papers are welcome in any area of Renaissance studies, including early
modern art, cultural studies, gender studies, history, literature, music,
philosophy, political thought, and theology.  Limited travel stipends are
available for graduate students.  A $1000 award — the Louis L. Martz
Prize — will be give for the best paper submitted to an affiliated competition.

Deadlines for complete papers are as follows: for the Martz Prize (up to 25
pp.) - October 31; for the conference (up to 12 pp.) - December 31.

For further information, go to:
(for SCRC) or
(for the Queen Elizabeth I Society)

Paul A. Parrish
Regents Professor
Department of English
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843
409-845-8304 PHONE
409-862-2292 FAX