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>From: Chiara Luis <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Medieval Studies and Medievalisms (grad) (UK) (4/18/05; 6/18/05)
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>Call for Papers
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>Medievalism Transformed:
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>Back and Forth in Medieval Studies
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>An interdisciplinary postgraduate conference,
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>18 June 2005.
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>Abstracts are now being invited for the first annual Medieval 
>Studies conference at the University of Wales, Bangor, a one-day 
>interdisciplinary event sponsored by the Centre for Medieval Studies 
>and the Department of English.  We will be convening to explore the 
>medieval world and its sustained impact on subsequent culture and 
>thought.
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>Papers are welcome from all disciplines related to medieval studies 
>as well as modern expressions of medievalism.  All topics within the 
>general scope of the conference will be considered, including:
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>- Medieval literature
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>- Medievalism in modern literature
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>- Art and architecture
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>- Music and poetics
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>- Philosophical or theological thought
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>- History of the medieval period
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>- Film and the visual arts
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>- Medievalism as nostalgia
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>Your proposal for a 20-minute paper should be no longer than 300 
>words.  Please make submissions electronically to Elizabeth Spillman 
>at [log in to unmask] by 18 April 2005.  Proposals should be 
>accompanied by your name, institutional affiliation, email address, 
>and contact information.  Please also specify any audio/visual 
>requirements.
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>Letters of acceptance will be sent via email unless a hard copy is requested.
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>Sponsored by the Humanities Research Centre, University of Wales, Bangor
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>The deadline for proposals is 18 April 2005.

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