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CFP: Studies in Medievalism XXXIII—Extended to August 1, 2023

CALL FOR PAPERS (EXTENDED TO AUGUST 1, 2023) STUDIES IN MEDIEVALISM XXXIII: (EN)GENDERING MEDIEVALISM From Sir Walter Scott’s chivalrous knights and damsels in distress, through George R. R. Martin’s bestial lords and serpentine queens, medievalism is often quite sexist. Sometimes … Continue reading

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CFP: 2023 International Conference for the Study of Medievalism

October 26-28, 2023  The UNICORN Castle Submission Deadline: August 15, 2023 The 2023 conference will be hosted by The UNICORN Castle, a haunted museum, currently in the process of evolving into an online virtual environment. Most scholarly presentations will be … Continue reading

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CFP: ICMS/Kalamazoo 2023 Sessions Sponsored by the ISSM

The Conference will be held in Hybrid Format on May 11-13, 2023 All three sessions will be remote. SCIENCE FICTION MEDIEVALISMS—PAPER PANEL While Science Fiction would seem to occupy the greatest distance from the Middle Ages, it remains deeply informed … Continue reading

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CFP: Outlaw Networks (Leeds 2023)

This is for a hybrid session at the International Medieval Conference in Leeds  (3 to 6 July, 2023). Outlaw Networks Although they sometimes work alone, outlaws in history and literature always belong to a series of networks. They exist alongside, … Continue reading

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CFP: International Conference for the Study of Medievalism

Submission Deadline Extended to July 15, 2022 October 20-22, 2022 Appalachian State University, Boone, NC* The Lost Provinces, or Lost and Found Medievalisms Southern Appalachia has long been perceived as a region in the American margins, both materially and metaphorically. … Continue reading

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