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>Subject: CFP: Reformation Research: Literature, History, Culture 
>(6/30/07; 5/8/08-5/11/08)
>
>From: "Thum, Maureen" <[log in to unmask]>
>
>
>SOCIETY FOR REFORMATION RESEARCH SPONSORED SESSIONS
>43rd   International Congress on Medieval Studies
>May  8-11, 2008
>Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
>
>We invite Papers on Reformation Literature, History, Culture for the
>following sessions
>
>Reformation I: Difficult Texts
>
>The texts of the Reformation frequently offer vexed questions which
>impact the study of the Reformation across the disciplines. Session
>One invites papers on scholarly and pedagogical issues involving
>problematic texts of the Reformation.
>
>Reformation II: Problematic Figures
>
>Session Two invites papers on the problematic nature of the theology,
>politics, and the personal stance of both central and peripheral
>figures of the Reformation.
>
>Reformation III: Controversial Issues
>
>Session Three invites critical discussion and reassessment of
>controversial issues during the Reformation.
>
>Deadline for Abstracts is June 30, 2007
>
>Please email your abstract to Maureen Thum: [log in to unmask] 
>Subject Heading: SRR Abstract
>Please attach as an MS word document, and include the abstract in the
>text of the email in case of problems opening the file.
>
>
>Format of Abstracts: Please include the following information:
>1) Name of Presenter
>2) Affiliation
>3) Complete Address
>4) Office Phone
>5) Home Phone
>6) Email Address
>7) Title of the Paper
>8) Session for which paper proposed
>9) Text of the abstract (200 words)
>
>Note: Membership in the SRR  is required to present a paper: $20
>regular, $10 student and emeritus
>

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