>From: Joshua R Eyler <[log in to unmask]>
>Open Session: New Directions in Research on Asceticism
>39th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan
>May 6-9, 2004
>I welcome abstracts on all subjects concerning new ways to approach the
>study of medieval ascetic practices. Such topics may include, but are
>certainly not limited to, new readings of ascetic literature, innovative
>historical research on asceticism, or applications of theory to texts
>concerning medieval ascetics.
>Papers should be of a length that requires no more than a twenty-minute
>reading time. The Congress stipulates that no one who delivers a paper in
>this session may deliver a paper at another conference session in the same
>Please submit your abstract to the address below, preferably via e-mail,
>either in the body of the e-mail or attached in a Microsoft Word file.
>Be sure to include your e-mail address, phone number, and request for any
>audio-visual equipment that your paper requires. Abstracts should be
>limited to 500 words and should arrive no later than September 15, 2003.
>Joshua R. Eyler
>University of Connecticut
>Department of English; U-4025
>215 Glenbrook Rd.
>Storrs, CT 06269
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