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>From: rmward <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Inner Sanctums, Outer Spaces in 
>the Medieval and Early Modern Periods (grad) 
>(10/21/05; 12/8/05-12/9/05)
>
>Inner Sanctums, Outer Spaces
>
>The University of Albertaís Medieval and Early Modern Institute invites
>abstracts for their 3rd annual graduate student colloquium, to be held in
>Edmonton at the University on December 8th and 9th, 2005.
>
>This colloquium encourages papers that explore the themes of Inner Sanctums
>and
>Outer Spaces in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods. Topics can include but
>are not limited to:
>
>-the Gawain manuscript and its texts
>-Arthurian legend and cultural practices
>-stage drama and/or closet drama
>-the natural and/or the supernatural
>-civility and/or incivility
>-domestic spaces: private and public
>-wild men and wild women
>-the reception/dissemination of texts in society
>-courts of love/courtly love
>-representations of interiority in art and architecture
>-consort music and/or ceremonial music
>-the mapping of inner sanctums and outer spaces
>-royal entries/joyeuse entrČes
>
>Please send abstracts of 250-500 words to either Rob Desjardins, Department of
>History and Classics, [log in to unmask], or Sheila Christie,
>Department of English and Film Studies, [log in to unmask], by Friday,
>October
>21, 2005. Please include your name, affiliation, email, and telephone number
>on
>the abstract. Please note that MEMI also awards a $100 prize for the best
>paper presented, as determined by the faculty component of its board.
>
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>
>"...the trip should end only when the paddlers 
>are making no further progress within 
>themselves" - Pierre Elliot Trudeau, 1944
>
>

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