>CALL FOR PAPERS
>for a panel on the
>Early Modern Period
>Sponsored by the Early Modern Women Interest Group
>National Women's Studies Association
>Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference
>June 17-20, 2004
>We invite submissions on any topic that explores either the Early Modern
>period. Papers might address the following: race, gender, sexuality,
>class, nationality, colonialism, language, culture, religion, geography,
>science, medicine, law, and education. Submissions considering the place
>of feminism in teaching and studying the Early Modern period will also
>be considered. Submissions that engage in interdisciplinary scholarship
>are especially encouraged.
>Submissions should include both a 50-word abstract and a one-page
>description. Completed papers should be approximately eight pages, for
>a reading time of 15 minutes. Short papers will leave time for panel
>participants and audience members to engage in discussion. Abstracts of
>accepted papers will appear in the NWSA program guide.
>The deadline for submissions to the Early Modern Interest Group
>Organizing Committee is November 14, 2003.
>Applicants will be notified of the committee's decision by November 20.
>Although the NWSA Early Modern Interest Group may only sponsor one
>panel, we will group all applications into panels so you can submit
>proposals directly to NWSA. For more information on submission
>guidelines for the general conference, please see the NWSA website.
>Please submit abstracts to both interest group organizers. E-mail
>submissions are preferred.
>For further information about the panel, please contact either of the
>following organizers for the Medieval and Early Modern Women Interest
>Alice Sowaal Jennifer Palmer
>Department of Philosophy Department of History
>and Program in Women's Studies
>Women's Studies Program
>Texas Tech University University of Michigan
>Lubbock, TX 79409-3092 Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
>Phone: (806) 742-3275 or (806) 742-0373 Phone: (734)994-3629
>Fax: (806) 742-0730
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>Please note that all conference participants must be members of the NWSA
>for the calendar year of the conference and must register for the
>conference at which they are presenting. Please see the NWSA website
>for information on membership and registration: http://www.nwsa.org
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