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CFP: UPenn Medieval/Renaissance Conference
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0714  Wednesday, 5 April 2000.

From:           Erika Lin <
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Date:           Tuesday, 4 Apr 2000 17:49:32 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        CFP: UPenn Medieval/Renaissance Conference

Apologies in advance to those of you who may receive this CFP more than
once.  We're trying to reach as many graduate students in medieval and
Renaissance studies as we can, so please feel free to forward this
post.  Many thanks for your time and attention!

Erika Lin

Call for Papers


October 7, 2000

A Graduate Student Conference at the University of Pennsylvania

This conference will explore both the writings produced during the
Middle Ages and the Renaissance and the ways in which those periods have
themselves been written to meet a variety of subsequent historical and
cultural concerns.  We are particularly interested in papers relating
specific topics to larger theoretical questions, especially those posed
by recent historicist scholarship.  Potential topics may come from, but
are not limited to, the following areas of interest:

* periodization: historiography, terminology, cultural fantasy
* literal "wrinkles" and other objects: material culture in its temporal
* religious reformations: innovation and conservation
* transformations in gender, sex, and identity
* performance: actual practices and theoretical frameworks
* the genres of history-writing: chronicles, lives, history plays
* marginal, "unwritten" histories
* reception and revision of medieval forms in Renaissance literature
* manuscript matrix / print culture
* communities constructed in space and over time
* monarchic regimes and dissenting forms of power

Single-page abstracts for twenty-minute papers should be sent to:

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(no attachments please) by May 31, 2000.  Questions about the conference
may be directed to the same address.  Questions and abstracts can also
be sent via regular mail to:

        Wrinkles in Time Conference
        119 Bennett Hall
        Department of English
        University of Pennsylvania
        Philadelphia, PA 19104-6273

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