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CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE 29TH ANNUAL SEWANEE MEDIEVAL COLLOQUIUM, 12-13 APRIL, 2002 CONFERENCE THEME: "The Middle Ages in the Post-Medieval World: Reception and Interpretation" KEYNOTE LECTURERS: R.Howard Bloch, Yale University Eamon Duffy, University of Cambridge Stephen G. Nichols, Johns Hopkins University SUBMISSIONS DUE: 1 October 2001 The program will include 20-minute papers from any discipline. Papers may be related to the theme in any way. Issues which may be considered include, but are not limited to: the interpretation of medieval culture in the Renaissance; recreating the Middle Ages in art and architecture; medievalism in the 19th century; the Middle Ages in popular culture; the Middle Ages in American culture; medieval studies in the 20th century and the new millennium; the history of scholarship on the Middle Ages; teaching the Middle Ages, past and present. Please send 2 copies of an abstract (about 250 words) and two copies of a brief c.v., by October 1, 2001. Papers accepted for the colloquium must be received in their final form, including footnotes, by 20 February 2002. SEWANEE MEDIEVAL COLLOQUIUM PRIZE: This will be awarded for the best paper by a graduate student or recent PhD recipient (doctorate awarded since June 1999). The prize, worth $250, will be presented at a plenary session of the Colloquium. ADDRESS: Prof. Susan J. Ridyard Sewanee Medieval Colloquium The University of the South 735 University Ave Sewanee TN 37383-1000 Tel.: (931) 598 1531 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.sewanee.edu/Medieval/main.html