Category: CFPs

  • Call for Papers – Kalamazoo 2023

    The International Marie de France Society is pleased to announce that we will sponsor three sessions at the International Congress on Medieval Studies, to be held in hybrid format, May 11-13, 2023 at Western Michigan University. For more information on the Congress, visit the Congress website. All proposals must be submitted through the Congress Portal […]

  • CFP – SEMA 2022

    2022 Conference of the Southeastern Medieval Association 10-12 November in Birmingham, Alabama Marie de France’s Lais frequently feature one or more characters whose bodies are entrapped in some way. The ladies of Guigemar, Yonec, Laustic, and Milun, for example, are shut away from society – and their lovers – by jealous old men, but Marie […]

  • Call for Papers – Kalamazoo 2021

    The International Marie de France Society is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring three sessions for the International Congress on Medieval Studies to be held at Western Michigan University from May 13-15. Abstracts and queries should be sent to Dr. Simonetta Cochis, scochis@transy.edu, no later than September 15, 2020. Food and Furnishings: The Domestic in Marie […]

  • Call for Papers: IMFS @ ICMS 2020 (Kalamazoo)

    The International Marie de France Society is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring three sessions for the International Congress on Medieval Studies to be held at Western Michigan University from May 7-10. Abstracts and queries should be sent to Dr. Simonetta Cochis, scochis@transy.edu, no later than September 15, 2019. Food and Furnishings: The Domestic in Marie […]

  • Call for Papers: New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies

    From the New College Conference organizers: The twenty-second biennial New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies will take place 12-14 March 2020 in Sarasota, Florida. The program committee invites 250-word abstracts of proposed twenty-minute papers on topics in European and Mediterranean history, literature, art, music and religion from the fourth to the seventeenth centuries. […]

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