Please find below a CFP for the biennial conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, which will be held at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, on 7-10 February 2017. The theme is mobility and exchange, and paper proposals are invited from all disciplinary/interdisciplinary perspectives. Paper proposals from graduate/postgraduate students are welcomed and there are a range of bursaries and prizes available to assist with their conference costs.
Feel free to circulate widely.
E. Amanda McVitty
PhD Candidate/Lecturer, School of Humanities
Massey University, New Zealand
Call For Papers: ANZAMEMS 2017, Wellington, 7-10 February 2017,
The biennial conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies will be held at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, on 7-10 February 2017, on the theme of mobility and exchange.
Call for Papers: https://anzamems2017.wordpress.com/, Closing 1 September 2016
We welcome paper and panel proposals addressing any aspect of this theme, including:
- social, cultural, and intellectual exchange
- the circulation of texts, ideas, and people
- commercial and mercantile exchange
- legal interchange
- transport and transportation
- rural and urban mobilities
- pilgrimage, exploration, and migration
- transglobal and trans-temporal medievalisms and early modernisms
Dr Erin Griffey (Art History, Auckland), Professor
Martha Howell (History, Columbia), Professor Lorna Hutson (English
Literature, St Andrews), Professor Cary Nederman (Political Science,
Texas A&M University).
Conference Convenor: Sarah.Ross@vuw.ac.nz
There are a range of travel bursaries and prizes available to postgraduate students to assist with conference costs. For further information see https://anzamems2017.wordpress.com/bursaries-prizes/
ARC Centre for the History of Emotions;
Early Modern Women’s Research Network, University of Newcastle;
W.H. Oliver Humanities Research Academy, Massey University;
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington;
Department of History and Art History, University of Otago;
and in partnership with the National Library of New Zealand.