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>From: "F Holt-Underwood" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Teaching Medieval Literature (1/20/06; 3/4/06-3/5/06)
>
>CFP- TEACHING MEDIEVAL LITERATURES: PILGRIMAGE AND THE
>JOURNEY
>
>March 3-4, 2006
>
>There are many different journeys that take place in
>Medieval literatures.   Some are deliberate and
>intentional, such as the pilgrimage.  Others are less
>planned or unintentional.
>
>Possibilities might include:
>The intentional spiritual journey ˝ pilgrimage near
>and far
>The unintentional journey ˝ the wanderer, exile,
>outcast
>The journey for art or music ˝ from the scop to the
>troubadour
>The journey in imaginative literature ˝ from dream
>vision to rite of passage
>The journey in performance -- cycles and morality
>plays
>The (non) fictional journey ˝ Mandeville and the world
>of travel narrative
>Journey for commerce or politics
>Crusades as journey/pilgrimage
>
>Deadline extended to January 20, 2006 Send abstract to
>
>Fran Holt-Underwood
>Humanities Department
>Georgia Perimeter College
>1000 University Lane Parkway
>Lawrenceville, GA 30043
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>
>Georgia Perimeter College, GUC campus, Lawrenceville,
>GA is conveniently located just off I-85, northeast of
>Atlanta, at the junction of GA Hwy 316 and Collins
>Hill Rd., halfway between Georgia State University in
>downtown Atlanta and University of Georgia in Athens,
>GA.
>
>For the sixth annual Teaching Medieval Literature
>conference, this yearÝs speaker will be Dr. Jeanne
>Krochalis from Pennsylvania State University.

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