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Kalamazoo Proposals for 2011

These are proposed sessions for Kalamazoo next year. Fiona Somerset is interested in hearing from people with comments or suggestions, or who might be interested in giving a paper, so please get in touch. 1) Lollard Geographies — This session invites papers on lollard writings, manuscripts bearing some relation to lollardy, or trial defendants tied […]

Call For Papers: Performance and Theatricality in the Middle Ages and Renaissance

The 17th Annual ACMRS Conference – 10–12 February in Tempe, Arizona. ACMRS invites session and paper proposals for its annual interdisciplinary conference to be held February 10–12, 2011 in Tempe, Arizona. We welcome papers that explore any topic related to the study and teaching of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, and especially those that focus […]

Call for Papers: Richard FitzRalph: His Life, Times and Thought

“Richard FitzRalph: His Life, Times and Thought: a conference to commemorate the 650th anniversary of his death,” will be held at the National University of Ireland Maynooth, November 15-17, 2010. Proposals should include the author’s name and professional affiliation, the paper’s title, a brief abstract (150 words or less), and any A/V requirements. Please send […]

Call for Papers: Royal Geographical Society

The Royal Geographical Society‘s conference for 2010 will be held in London next year on 1-3 September. One session of interest to Lollard Society members will be entitled: “‘Terra incognita’? Making space for medieval geographies”: Historical geographers appear to be increasingly occupied with the modern or post-Enlightenment world, with ‘medieval geographies’ becoming, for many in […]

Call for Papers: Fifth International Piers Plowman Society Conference

The Fifth International Piers Plowman Society Conference will be held at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, 14-17 April 2011. The Programme Committee invites proposals for papers on any topic concerned with Piers Plowman and related poetry and prose in the traditions of didactic and allegorical alliterative writing, or with the historical, religious, intellectual, codicological, and critical […]

Call for Papers: Mapping Lives of Christ, Belfast, 10-13 June, 2010

This conference represents the culmination of the AHRC-funded “Geographies of Orthodoxy” project. Papers are invited on any aspect of late medieval Christological piety, with a particular emphasis on the cultural manifestations of the pseudo-Bonaventuran tradition, in all European contexts. Topics might include: The production and reception of late medieval lives of Christ Lives of Christ […]

Call for Papers: Lollard Society sessions for Kalamazoo 2010

SECOND UPDATE: the full CPF for the International Medieval Congress is now out. Deadline is Sept. 15. Here are the three sessions we hope to offer: The study of late medieval religion is in an extraordinarily productive and exciting phase, and the Lollard Society’s three proposed sessions for the ICMS next year seek to reflect and […]

Call for Papers: New Chaucer Society, Siena 2010

The call for papers for Siena, to take place in July of 2010, has been posted. Several under the category of “Religious Practice, Institutions, and Theology” directly address religious culture. The deadline for submissions is July 15, 2009.

Call for Papers: Texts and Contexts – A Manuscript Conference

Texts and Contexts: A Manuscript Conference at Ohio State University, sponsored by The Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies. The conference seeks to investigate the textual traditions of various texts and genres, including texts in classical Latin, mediaeval Latin, Anglo-Saxon, Middle English, and the vernaculars. Preference will be given to those abstracts which deal with […]

Update: Editing Medieval Texts from Britain in the Twenty-First Century

This is a conference sponsored by the Early English Text Society. It will be held in Oxford 20-22 May, 2010. Please send 300 word abstracts by 21 May 2009–that’s next week. To submit an abstract, and for more information, visit the conference webpage.