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>Subject: CFP: Masculinities in the Long Middle Ages (grad) (2/1/06; 3/17/06)
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>From: "Foster, Allyson" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Call for Papers
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>MASCULINITIES IN THE LONG MIDDLE AGES
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>An Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference at the CUNY Graduate =
>Center
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>=20
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>March 17, 2006
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>KEYNOTE SPEAKER: We are very pleased to announce that our keynote =
>speaker will be Jeffrey Jerome Cohen (George Washington University).
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>>From peasants to kings and from knights to merchants, ideas about =
>masculinity were varied and complex during the medieval era. For this =
>one-day conference, we invite papers from all academic disciplines that =
>probe questions surrounding male-ness and masculinities from late =
>antiquity through the early modern period.
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>"Masculinities in the Long Middle Ages" is an interdisciplinary =
>conference organized by the Medieval Studies Certificate Program and the =
>CUNY-Medievalists Pearl Kibre Library at the CUNY Graduate Center. This =
>conference seeks to bring into conversation various theories and =
>viewpoints about the ways masculinities were constructed, as well as the =
>ways in which various constructions of masculinity intersected with =
>ideas of class, race, and religion.
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>Topics may include but are not limited to:
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>mysticism and masculinity
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>religious and monastic masculinity
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>female masculinity
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>performative masculinity
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>knighthood
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>queer readings
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>homosociality
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>literary masculinity
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>hagiography
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>heroic masculinity
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>chivalry
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>gendered violence
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>racialized masculinity
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>patristic masculinity
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>artisanal masculinity
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>Please submit abstracts of 250 words with "Medieval Masculinities" in =
>the subject line to
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>[log in to unmask] by Feb. 1, 2006.

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