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>From: "Katherine K O'Sullivan" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Mystics Quarterly Sessions (9/15/05; Kalamazoo, 5/4/06-5/7/06)
>
>_Mystics Quarterly_ is sponsoring three sessions at the
>International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan
>University, 4 May 2006 - 7 May 2006.
>
>1. Mysticism of the Later Middle Ages
>Papers on any of the fourteenth and fifteenth mystical writers or
>texts (both continental and insular), as well as topical subjects
>(instruction, dissemination, audience, use of the vernacular,
>etc.).
>
>2. The Carthusians and the Mystical Tradition
>Papers on Carthusian interests in mystical texts, Carthusian
>houses and contents of libraries, and investigations into mystical
>teachings in general.
>
>3. Charting the Boundaries between the Mystical and the
>Devotional
>Papers on the convergence or divergence between mystical
>and devotional texts, how mystical texts can be used as
>devotionals, elements of mystical thought in texts which have
>been traditionally considered devotional texts, etc.
>
>Deadline for abstracts is 15 September 2005.
>
>Please forward questions or abstracts for 20-minute papers via
>email ([log in to unmask]), fax (+1 860-486-1530), or
>surface mail:
>
>Robert Hasenfratz, Editor
>_Mystics Quarterly_
>University of Connecticut
>Department of English
>215 Glenbrook Road, U-4025
>Storrs, CT 06226
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