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>From: "Karen Raber" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Religion and Gender in Early Modern Europe (11/30/04; 4/15/05)
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>Call for papers: Proposals are invited for papers to be delivered at a
>symposium on "Religion and Gender in Early Modern Europe," to be held at
>the University of Mississippi on April 15, 2005. The symposium will be
>held in conjunction with the James Edwin Savage Lecture in the
>Renaissance, "Lustful Luther: Male Libido in the Writings of the
>Reformer," to be delivered the evening of April 14 by Merry Wiesner-Hanks,
>Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The
>symposium organizers--faculty members in the departments of English,
>History, and Modern Languages at the University of Mississippi--seek
>proposals of 250-500 words (for finished papers of no more than 3,000
>words) from scholars from a variety of academic disciplines. Proposals
>from advanced graduate students will be given full consideration. Each
>proposal should include a brief curriculum vitae.
>
>Please send proposals by November 30, 2004 to Dr. Jeffrey R. Watt,
>[log in to unmask] (Department of History, University of Mississippi,
>University, MS 38677).
>
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