Medieval Association of the Midwest 30th Annual Conference

January 23-25, 2015
Saint Louis University, Madrid Campus, Madrid, Spain

Conference theme: Medieval Identities

* Call for Papers *

Deadline for abstracts: October 1

The Medieval Association of the Midwest welcomes paper and panel proposals that address the above theme or any aspect of the Middle Ages. In keeping with MAM’s philosophy of inclusiveness, we encourage the submission of proposals from all branches of medieval studies, including but not limited to archaeology, art, bibliography, history, language, literature, music, philosophy, religion, and science. Presentations on medievalism are also welcome.

Proposals/abstracts for individual papers of no more than 20 minutes should be approximately 250 words long and should include the presenter’s contact information and any requests for necessary A/V equipment. Offers to serve as a panel moderator are also appreciated. Proposals for full panels should contain no more three papers and one session moderator, as well as the titles of all the individual papers, contact information for each presenter, and the organizer’s contact information. Contact: Francisco García-Serrano.

Presenters may feel welcome to submit papers for consideration for Enarratio, the organization’s journal.

3 Responses to “Medieval Association of the Midwest 30th Annual Conference”
  1. Jean Jost says:

    Please send directions to reach the hotel site so I can register for a hotel.
    Jean E. Jost

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