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Majesty, Memory, and Mourning in the Mi...

Type: Call for Papers
Date: --
TEMA 2010 is still accepting papers and sessions for the upcoming conference at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Topics from all areas of medieval and early modern studies will be considered.

Please see below for more information on the conference theme, plenary speakers, and more.

Please submit all abstracts (150-300 words) or session proposals to:

Don Kagay

Thank you.

Twentieth Annual Conference

of the

hosted by

Southern Methodist University

Dallas, Texas

September 24-26, 2010

Plenary Addresses by Seth Lerer, Bruce Brasington, and Edith Weigert

The general theme is \"Majesty, Memory, and Mourning in the Middle Ages,\" since the conference will be held in conjunction with the Dallas Museum of Art\'s exhibition of 15th-century mourners from the Dijon tomb of John the Fearless.

Papers are welcomed on all aspects of medieval history and culture, including medieval art, languages, literature, medievalism, music

Early submissions are greatly welcomed, but please try to send in all session proposals and paper abstracts (150-300 words) no later than August 20


Bonnie Wheeler

or to

Don Kagay
2812-A Westgate
Albany, GA 31721

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