>"The Mistress-Court of Mighty Europe"
>Configuring Europe and European identities in the Early Modern Period.
>Literature. History. Representation.
>An international two-day conference hosted by the Department of English,
>University of Wales, Bangor, UK
>11-13 September 2004
>How did Europeans represent each other in the Early Modern period? To what
>extent were discourses of geographical and cultural identity shaped by the
>political rhetoric and religious allegiances of the period? by the literary
>output? by scholarly correspondence? by travel literature? by diplomatic
>reportage? by merchant writing? by developments in cartography? by civic
>displays? by music, iconography and the fine arts?...
>This conference will concentrate upon the textual and visual politics of
>linking European geography and identity in the Early Modern period.
>Proposals will be welcomed from academics, independent researchers and
>postgraduates which consider specific national, regional and/or civic
>identities in Europe in addition to those which focus upon the
>representation of the continent as a whole during the period.
>Conference paper proposals should be addressed to Dr Andrew Hiscock, and
>by e-mail: ([log in to unmask])
>by fax: (+44 (0)1248 382102)
>or by post: Dr Andrew Hiscock, "Mighty Europe" conference,
>English Department, University of Wales Bangor,
>Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG, United Kingdom
>The deadline for submissions is Friday 27 February 2004.
The German Studies Call for Papers List
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