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>From: "GW Griffith, English" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Medieval Worlds (grad) (UK) (12/31/06; 2/16/07-2/17/07)
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>CALL FOR PAPERS - 'Medieval Worlds'
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>13th Annual Postgraduate Medieval Conference
>16th-17th February 2007
>University of Bristol, UK
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>We are pleased to invite papers from postgraduate medievalists of any
>discipline on the theme of Medieval Worlds.
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>We welcome papers that interpret this broad theme in any illuminating way,
>such as (but not limited to) the following:
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>- Conflict and interplay between different medieval interpretations of the
>world (Christian, classical, Islamic, political, scientific, social)
>- Discovery and travel writing
>- Medieval understandings of the (natural) world and / or natural law
>- Medieval worlds of the supernatural and / or afterlife
>- Post-medieval constructions of the medieval world
>- Retreat from the world, the religious orders and the contemptus mundi
>tradition
>- Worlds created (or re-created) in medieval fiction
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>Papers should be 20 minutes long.
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>Abstracts can be sent by email (for preference) to:
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>Gareth Griffith
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>Emily Pople
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>or by post, to either of the above by name, at:
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>University of Bristol
>Arts Graduate Centre
>7 Woodland Road
>Bristol
>BS8 1TB
>UK
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>Abstracts should be received by 31st December
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>There is no conference fee, and all are welcome to attend
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>Organisers: Emily Pople, Kirsty Harvey, David Harry, Gareth Griffith
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>GW Griffith, English
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