The Sewanee Medieval Colloquium invites abstracts for papers engaging with privilege and position in global medieval cultures. Possibilities might include the histories of ecclesiastical or royal hierarchy, the production of artistic forms, analysis of international trade, the literature of class, status, or caste identity, the structures of visual or musical composition, ordering of public space, and popular medievalism, but we are open to many variations on the general theme.
We encourage papers from medievalists of any discipline and any geographic area. We accept abstracts from anyone either with a Ph.D. or in the process of gaining a doctorate.
All papers are to be 20 minutes in length, and every panel will include feedback from a respondent. You may also apply to our seminar, featured on this page.
For more information, contact:
Dr. Matthew W. Irvin, Director, Sewanee Medieval Colloquium
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Source : Medieval Art Research