CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

The Renaissance Unconscious & Forgery, Authority and Authenticity in the Renaissance

Source of Information: CFP 2005-09-27
Date of Event: 2006-02-25 and 2006-05-13
Location of event: University of Stirling, Scotland, UK
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2005-12-01 and 2006-01-30

Call for Papers

Two Colloquia organised by the Scottish Institute for Northern Renaissance
Studies (SINRS).

Colloqium A (25 February 2006)

"The Renaissance Unconscious"

This colloquium will set out to explore concepts such as "inwardness",
"repression", and "sublimation" in the context of Renaissance writing.

Colloquium B (13 May 2006)

"Forgery, Authority, and Authenticity in the Renaissance"

The colloquium will explore the ideas of forgery and authenticity in the
Renaissance (whether of documents, texts, objects, images, or ideas).

We invite papers for either (or both) of these colloquia. The colloquia
will take place at the University of Stirling, Scotland, UK. For further
details, please consult the SINRS website:

Professor John Drakakis (University of Stirling)
Professor Jonathan Sawday (University of Strathclyde)

SINRS is dedicated to promoting the study of Renaissance Literature and
Culture. It offers a taught MLitt. degree in Renaissance Studies, which is
taught jointly by the Universities of Stirling and Strathclyde, with
collaboration from colleagues at the University of Glasgow.

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