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>From: "Kenneth Rooney" <[log in to unmask]>
>
>"Borderlines VII"
>3-day Interdisciplanary Graduate Conference in Medieval Studies
>Tuesday, April 8 - Thursday April 10, 2003
>University College,
>Cork,
>Ireland.
>
>
>The Faculty of Arts and the Departments of English and History, University
>College Cork, Ireland, are pleased to host the 2003 "Borderlines"
>Postgraduate Conference in Medieval Studies. Since 1997 the Borderlines
>series has become a prominent interdisciplinary forum for research students
>in all areas of the study of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, drawing
>delegates not only from Ireland and Britain, but also mainland Europe and
>North America. The first volume of proceedings (for 1997-2001) is currently
>at press.
>
>For the seventh conference in the series, we propose "Borderlines" itself as
>the conference theme. Papers from all disciplines, on any aspect of medieval
>and early-modern language, literature, history, music, archaeology, and art,
>are invited. Papers dealing with more than one discipline are especially
>welcome. Possible areas for discussion might include: the limits of
>generic/chronological classification, linguistic ždemarcationÓ in medieval
>and renaissance Britain and Ireland, insular Christianity, orthodoxy/
>heresy, text/ image, text/ music, manuscript/ print, marginalia/ censorship,
>medieval source/ modern film.
>
>The conference is open to graduate students at all stages of research. As
>ever, there is no conference fee.
>
>Enquiries and proposals for 15-minute papers (200 words max.) by Friday,
>March 14, 2003 to: [log in to unmask]
>or alternatively by post, to:
>Carrie Griffin, or Ken Rooney (Dept. of English) or Julianne Nyhan (Dept. of
>History),
>University College,
>Cork,
>Ireland.
>Register online: http://www.ucc.ie/borderlines
>
>