>From: "hollmv3" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: WFU Medieval Studies/Renaissance Studies Conference
>Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference: Call for Papers
>The third annual Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, an
>undergraduate and graduate student conference sponsored jointly by the
>Wake Forest Medieval Studies Student Society and the Renaissance
>Readers: the Renegados (an undergraduate and graduate Early Modern
>Reading Group at Wake Forest), will be held at Wake Forest University,
>Winston-Salem, North Carolina on April 21, 2007.
>The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference is an annual student-run
>conference for undergraduate and graduate students studying any aspect
>of the Middle Ages or the Renaissance. Its goal is to foster a sense of
>community amongst undergraduate and graduate students as well as between
>students of these two overlapping periods which are too often
>pigeon-holed into separate scholarly fields.
>Rather than relegating Medieval and Renaissance to separate panels, we
>will seek to integrate papers on both periods into two to three sessions
>organized around intersecting subjects. One session will be reserved
>for the plenary speaker, who will be a Wake Forest alumna or alumnus.
>We invite paper abstracts (300 words) on any aspect of Medieval or
>Renaissance studies from advanced undergraduates and graduate students
>to be submitted by March 21, 2007. Priority will be given to papers
>which demonstrate original and thought-provoking research and which are
>of significance to a wider Medieval/Renaissance audience.
>Send abstracts to:
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>PO Box 8453
>Winston-Salem, NC 27109
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