The Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies announces its 2015 conference (July 14-18). Here is the call for
We invite proposals for papers and panels for ANZAMEMS 2015.
This is an open-themed conference in order to encourage the widest range of participation in the academic disciplines of medieval and early modern studies. We welcome individual papers and full panels on themes from across the period 600 to 1800, that includes, but is in no way limited to, the disciplines of history, literary studies, music, art history, intellectual history, theology and religious studies, the history of emotions, cultural studies, philosophy, science, political and constitutional history, medicine, maritime studies, law, performance studies, gender studies, and cultural heritage.
Annual MAP (Medieval Association of the Pacific) Conference
April 10-11, 2015
University of Nevada-Reno
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Medieval Association of the Pacific
Call for Papers
Conference Theme: ‘Reform and Resistance’
Proposals due Oct 15, 2014
MAP is pleased to announce the Call for Papers for its annual conference hosted by the University of Nevada-Reno in Reno, NV, April 10-11, 2015. The program committee invites proposals for individual 20-minute papers as well as organized sessions of three 20-minute papers. We welcome papers and panels that explore any topic related to the study and teaching of the Middle Ages, especially those that connect to the conference theme, broadly conceived. All speakers must be fully-paid (“active”) members of MAP in order to register for the conference and participate.
Proposals need to include the following for each speaker:
1. Name of Speaker
2. University Affiliation
3. Are you a faculty member, graduate student, or independent scholar?
4. Your contact email
5. Paper Title
6. Paper Proposal (up to 250 words)
Submit via email attachment and send to MAP2015secretary@gmail.com
File format: MS Word or PDF
Submissions due Oct 15, 2014
The Chronica Editors, Justin Brock (University of Oregon) and Professor Anne Laskaya (University of Oregon) present Issue 2 of the 2014 Medieval Association of the Pacific’s newsletter, Chronica (PDF:Chronica 2014.v2)
Our organization has seen a number of exciting changes since the last edition of Chronica. The 2013 MAP conference at University of San Diego was a huge success, having brought together scholars (faculty and students alike) from all over the globe for a variety of energetic and intriguing presentations. Likewise, our 2014 joint meeting with the Medieval Academy of America at UCLA exemplified the collaborative spirit between MAP and other medieval organizations.
MAP is excited to welcome a number of new officers and councilors to our council, allowing for fresh perspectives on the governance of the organization. Dr. Anita Obermeier is handing the MAP Presidency to the more than capable hands of Prof. Michael Hanly. Thank you Anita Obermeier for your outstanding service to our organization. Please see the President’s Message on page 2.
While we will send out a more expansive Chronica this Fall, this brief edition includes the CFP for the 2015 conference, hosted by the University of Nevada, Reno (page 2). Additionally, see page 4 and 5 for the most recent winners of the Founder’s and Benton Prizes.
Thank you to all of our members for making the organization such a success every year. Your donations and participation matter!
Justin Brock, Chronica Co-editor