Category Archives: cfp

Reframing Medieval Bodies

Loyola University Chicago will host the 2018 meeting of the Illinois Medieval Association. Our call for papers is out now: REFRAMING MEDIEVAL BODIES 35th Annual Meeting of the Illinois Medieval Association Loyola University Chicago, Watertower Campus, 16-17 Februrary, 2018 a … Continue reading

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Meter in Seattle

Another cfp, this one for the Sixth International Piers Plowman Conference, to be held 23-26 July 2015, in Seattle, WA: Metrical Form. Papers on the meter of Piers Plowman and other Middle English alliterative poems. Possible topics include metrical variation … Continue reading

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Langland’s words

Emily Steiner (Penn) and I are organizing a paper session titled “Langland’s Words” at Kalamazoo 2015. The session is sponsored by the International Piers Plowman Society. Details and a full list of sponsored sessions are posted on the society’s website. … Continue reading

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Translated Prosody

[cfp for a session Ben Glaser and I are organizing for next March’s meeting of the ACLA. Proposals by 1 Nov. Our cfp is also posted on the ACLA site, here.] Translated Prosody ACLA 2014 @ NYU Ben Glaser and … Continue reading

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Kalamazoo 2014: two sessions

I am organizing two sessions on Piers Plowman at the 2014 International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo: “Langland’s Line” and “Piers Plowman and the Rich.” The first session concerns the poem’s meter; the second, the poem’s intersections with social history. … Continue reading

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Medieval Governmentalities

[cfp for a roundtable session I am organizing at the 2014 Congress of the New Chaucer Society, to be held in Reykjavík, Iceland.] Medieval Governmentalities How does an intention to govern become realized within different scales and contexts of community? … Continue reading

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