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>From: "Canitz, C." <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Memory and Medievalism (5/31/05; 10/14/05-10/15/05)
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>20th Annual International Conference on Medievalism
>hosted by Towson University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
>14 - 15 October 2005
>
>The conference committee for Studies in Medievalism would like to 
>invite you to
>the 20th Annual International Conference on Medievalism, to be held at Towson
>University in Baltimore, Maryland, on 14-15 October 2005.  The theme of the
>conference is ýMemory and Medievalism,ţ but we welcome proposals on all topics
>related to the invocation or representation of the Middle Ages in 
>post-medieval
>periods.  As an interdisciplinary organization, we also welcome proposals from
>all areas of the humanities, social sciences, and beyond, particularly
>proposals that address interdisciplinary themes or employ interdisciplinary
>theories and methods.  The proposals should be approximately 500 words and
>should anticipate a presentation of not more than 20 minutes or a session of
>not more than 3 speakers.  All proposals must be received by 31 May 2005 and
>should be addressed to:
>
>Professor Karl Fugelso
>Towson University
>Art Department
>Towson, MD 21252-0001
>USA
>
>Proposals should also be accompanied by a 100-word abstract as well as the
>author's name, affiliation, and full contact information, including e-mail
>address(es), regular-mail address(es), phone number(s), and fax number(s).
>Abstracts of all accepted papers will be printed for distribution at the
>conference.  Papers pertaining to the theme of the conference will be
>considered for a special issue of _Studies in Medievalism_, and all 
>papers will
>be considered for publication in _Medievalism: The YearÝs Work_.
>
>The plenary speakers for the conference will be Dr. Richard Utz, Professor of
>English at the University of Northern Iowa, and Dr. Elizabeth Emery, Associate
>Professor of French at Montclair State University.  The conference 
>hotel is the
>Burkshire Marriott, which is located at the edge of the Towson University
>campus and within a short walk of all official events. The 
>registration fee for
>the conference is US $50.00 for students (with identification) and US $95.00
>for all others.  Limited travel grants may also be awarded, particularly to
>students.
>
>For further information please contact Karl Fugelso at 
><[log in to unmask]> or
>(410) 704-2805.

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