>CFP: South Atlantic Modern Language Association 2004 Convention
>(Roanoke, Va. ; 12-14 November 2004)
>MEDIEVAL LITERATURE SECTION
>The SAMLA Medieval Literature section seeks panelists to present 15-
>to 20-minute papers on the theme of "Medieval Crossroads." Submissions
>may include, but are not limited to, inquiries into the "crossroads"
>of discipline, of genre, or of intercultural exchange.
>Suggested topics :
>* intersections of literature, historiography, philosophy, natural
>science, and the visual arts at medieval courts and universities
>* hybrid texts
>* the forging of new generic categories
>* pilgrimage and travel narrative
>* points of contact between European traditions
>* the Western and the non-Western
>* learned and vulgar forms and cultures
>Please submit one-page abstracts electronically, either as attachment
>or in body of email, to Julie Singer <[log in to unmask]>.
>Deadline: March 31, 2004.
The German Studies Call for Papers List
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