CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Early Modern Education


Source of Information: CFP 2004-04-20
Date of Event: 2004-11-04 & 05
Location of event: West Lafayette, USA
Deadline for abstracts etc.: prubably: 2004-05-25




Renaissance Prose Conference
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN

November 4-5, 2004


Panel:  Early Modern Education
How do Early Modern prose works on education explore the relationship between
teaching language (or other subjects) and literature, technological or
scientific advancement, politics or morality?  We are interested in papers with
both historical and theoretical perspectives.

E-mail 350-400 word abstracts and short bio or CV (preferably, pasted into the
message and attached in a Word file) to Jeffrey Gore (jgore1@uic.edu) or mail
these materials to Jeffrey Gore Department of English (MC 162) The University of
Illinois at Chicago Chicago, Illinois 60607-7120

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