Tag Archives: Southeastern Medieval Association

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

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Call For Papers: Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship at the Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, 2017

CFP: Panel proposal for the Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, Charleston, SC, November 15-18, 2017 Panel Title: “Gender and Holy City/Spaces” Panel Sponsor: The Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship Panel Organizers: Melissa Ridley Elmes and Amy Vines Panel Chair: Melissa Ridley … Continue reading

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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

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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

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Graduate Students and Conference Logistics

My earlier post on graduate student behavior at academic conferences (“It’s Not On The Syllabus”) was very well-received, for which I must pause to thank all of you for taking the time to read and to share your own thoughts … Continue reading

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