>Call for Papers
>VAGANTES is an annual, traveling conference for graduate students studying
>any aspect of the Middle Ages. The first conference was held at Harvard;
>the second conference was at the University of Toronto. Now in its third
>year, Vagantes will be held on March 11-14, 2004 at Cornell University.
>Abstracts for twenty-minute papers are welcome from graduate students in any
>discipline on any medieval topic, including those dealing with areas outside
>the Latin West.
>Please keep in mind that although papers and abstracts should demonstrate
>originality and mastery of their specific topic, they should also demonstrate
>an understanding of the audience which will be largely made up of graduate
>students who study the Middle Ages from a very wide range of disciplines.
>250-word abstracts are DUE BY OCTOBER 31, 2003. Please be concise and
>Send submissions and a very brief CV by email to Kim Zarins at:
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>N.B. All submissions are greatly appreciated. However, due to various
>constraints, not all can be accepted. The selection committee will not
>begin to review submissions until after the October 31st deadline.
>We are currently planning ahead for future conferences. Notre Dame will
>host the conference for 2005, but we are looking for possible host
>institutions for 2006 and beyond. Please contact us if you are interested
>in hosting Vagantes at your university.
>For more information about Vagantes, please visit our websites at:
The German Studies Call for Papers List
Editor: Stefani Engelstein
Assistant Editor: Karen Eng
Sponsored by the University of Missouri
Info available at: http://www.missouri.edu/~graswww/resources/gerlistserv.html