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Two CFPs for Kalamazoo 2020
Hello, all! Taking a brief hiatus from writing, writing, writing (on which, more later) to share these calls for papers for two sessions at the International Congress on Medieval Studies (“Kalamazoo”) which will be of interest to those working in … Continue reading
Posted in Academia, Conferences and Professional Development Opportunities Tagged Academic Conferences, call for Papers, CFP, CFP Arthurian Studies, CFP Outlaw Studies, History of Medicine, ICMS 2020, King Arthur, medieval culture, medieval literature, Outlaw Epistemologies, Robin Hood Leave a comment
Calls for Papers: Animal Studies sessions at the International Congress on Medieval Studies 2019!
Hello, all! I hope you are having a restful and productive summer. Below please find two CFPs for sessions on animal studies at next year’s ‘Zoo, and please share widely and/or consider submitting an abstract if you have anything that … Continue reading
Special Journal Issue: New Feminist Voices in the Heroic Age–Call for Papers
This is a reminder that The Heroic Age special issue: “New Feminist Voices in the Heroic Age,” is still accepting submissions! We are accepting submissions from graduate students, postdoctoral, and junior or early-stage scholars (pre-tenure or equivalent NTT faculty experience) … Continue reading
Call For Papers: Outlaws at SEMA!
CFP: Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, November 15-18, 2017, Charleston, SC IARHS–sponsored panel: “Cities of Gold, Forests of Green: Sacred and Profane Spaces in Outlaw Tales” Session organizers: Melissa Ridley Elmes and Sherron Lux Session Presider: Sherron Lux A traditional reading … Continue reading
Three calls for papers for Celtic panels at the 2018 Modern Language Association convention
Hello, all! I promise to write a nice long chatty post as soon as I’ve gotten through midterms. Meanwhile, I’ve been busy finishing up several projects and working on some collaborations. Here’s one of those collaborations–a set of three calls … Continue reading
Writing an abstract for a conference paper
You have no control ultimately over whether or not your abstract is accepted, and if it isn’t, usually there was nothing you could do to alter that outcome–either your paper didn’t fit the session or conference well enough, or it didn’t fit as well with the other papers submitted for the panel, or the other submissions were from big-name scholars who promise to draw a crowd, or any of a half-dozen other reasons. There are, however, a few things you can do to ensure your abstract is competitive. Continue reading
I’m baaaack…. and I bring gifts! Three CFPs for medievalists: Robin Hood, Gender Studies, Monsters!
Hello World! It’s been a while. I know I owe you many, many posts, on many, many topics–and you’ll get them, I assure you!–but to begin, here are a couple of calls for papers for the Southeastern Medieval Association conference … Continue reading
Kalamazoo Calls for Papers–Robin Hood, Monsters, Pilgrimage, Women, Sarcasm and Snark!
Good morning, Readers! The long, dry summer spell is over and we are now officially back in classes at my university, which (hopefully) means I’ll be back to blogging slightly more regularly. You can (of course) expect more thinking about … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences and Professional Development Opportunities, Research and Scholarship Tagged call for Papers, CFP, Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal for Medieval Studies, ICMS, International Congress on Medieval Studies, International Society for Robin Hood Studies, Kalamazoo, MEARCSTAPA, SEMA, Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship, Southeastern Medieval Association Leave a comment