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Due Nov 29 | CfP – 21st Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies at CWRU

Please find attached a Call for Papers for the 21st Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies. The conference will take place at the Cleveland Museum of Art and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio from March 24th–26th, 2022. Vagantes is an interdisciplinary community of junior scholars that offers an excellent opportunity for sharing new research. […]

Deadline Sep 19 | CfP – The Ohio State University’s MRGSA: Graduate Student Symposium

The Ohio State University’s Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Student Association (MRGSA) is currently accepting proposals for our 8th annual Graduate Student Symposium: “Modalities of Premodern Media [mrgsablog.wordpress.com]“, which will be held online from October 22 -23, 2021. We are excited to share that our keynote speaker will be Prof. Whitney Trettien [english.upenn.edu] from the University of Pennsylvania. The lecture will also serve as […]

Due Oct 15 | CfP – Rutgers Art Review

Rutgers Art Review, a journal of graduate research in art history, hereby invites all current graduate students, as well as professionals who have completed their graduate degree within the past year, to submit papers and digital humanities projects for its 39th edition. Papers may address all topics and historical periods within the history of art […]

Due Oct 15 | Submissions for EOLAS 15

Eolas THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF IRISH MEDIEVAL STUDIES An Cumann Meiriceánach um Léann na Meánaoise Éireannaí NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR EOLAS 15! Eolas: The Journal of the American Society of Irish Medieval Studies is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of Ireland in the Middle Ages, including Irish intersections with other […]

Due Sep 15 | CFP: “Dear Medieval Studies” Roundtable at ICMS Kalamazoo, 2022

Dear Medieval Studies: Renegotiating the Citational Network (A Roundtable) – ICMS 2022 Kalamazoo, online Deadline for submissions: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 In Dear Science and Other Stories, Katherine McKittrick asks, “What if citations are suggestions for living differently?” (McKittrick 19). McKittrick’s work, drawing on Sylvia Wynter, demonstrates the social investment of disciplinary citational networks in […]

Due Sep 15 | CfP – Kalamazoo ICMS Session on Death and Judgment

Call for Papers: Death and Judgement in Medieval Literature [57th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 9-14, 2022 Session sponsored by the Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame] Link to poster Notre_Dame_KZoo_CFP_2022 The question of what happens after death was a prominent subject in medieval thought, bringing together themes of temporality, materiality, spirituality, and salvation […]

Due Nov 30 | CFP: 20th Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies Virtual at UW–Madison

The 20th Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies will be held virtually March 18–20th, 2020 at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The conference will take place over Zoom and will include Vagantes SWAG boxes, virtual workshops, professional development, and interactive activities. Abstracts are due Monday, November 30th, 2020. Please either apply yourself or pass this along to student/colleagues […]

Due 11/6 | CfP for Graduate Students: Princeton Medieval Studies Graduate Conference

Princeton Medieval Studies Graduate Conference  March 6, 2020  “Reclaiming Losses: Recovery, Reconquest, and Restoration in the Middle Ages” Loss can be accepted or contested. This conference will consider how perceptions of legacy and entitlement stirred ambitions to reassert lost claims from Late Antiquity through the Late Middle Ages. From the last great war of antiquity […]

Due Nov 30 | CfP – Questioning the Crime of Witchcraft, Definitions, Receptions and Realities (14th-16th Centuries)

In the last decades, the multiplications of works in the field of Witchcraft Studies made it possible to profoundly renew the approaches and the study designs of the repression of witchcraft in the late Middle Ages and in the beginning of the Early Modern Era. Consequently, research has substantially specified the methods and configurations (ideological, […]

Due Sep 18 | CFP MLA International Symposium Glasgow 2021, “Homing and Hosting: Transnational Belonging across Italian Cultures”

CALL FOR PAPERS MLA International Symposium, “Being Hospitable: Languages and Cultures Across Borders” June 17–19, 2021, Glasgow, Scotland Panel: “Homing and Hosting: Transnational Belonging across Italian Cultures” Organizers: Kate Driscoll (Freie Universität Berlin) and Elisa Russian (University of California, Berkeley) Often conceived as a private, intimate space, the “home” is also host to a variety […]

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