CFP: THE FUNCTIONS AND DYSFUNCTIONS OF THE MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE FAMILY
Deadline 1 May
3-5 August, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT. The 2015 annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association (RMMRA) will be held in conjunction with the Wooden O Symposium, sponsored by the Utah Shakespeare Festival and Southern Utah University. Click here for joint CFP
The RMMRA invites all approaches to the Middle Ages and Renaissance, welcoming scholars in a broad range of disciplines including history, literature, art history, music, and gender studies, with special consideration given to paper and panel proposals that investigate this year’s theme, “The Functions and Dysfunctions of the Medieval and Renaissance Family.” Abstracts for consideration for the RMMRA sessions should be sent to Program Chair Jen McNabb
. Participants in RMMRA sessions must be members of the association; RMMRA graduate students and junior scholars are encouraged to apply for $250 Walton Travel Grants
. Session chairs and individual presenters will be informed of acceptance no later than May 15.
Included with 250-word abstracts or session proposals (including individual abstracts) should be the following information:
• name of presenter(s)
• participant category (faculty, graduate student, undergraduate, or independent scholar)
• college/university affiliation
• mailing address
• email address
• audio/visual requirements and any other special requests.