Posts Tagged ‘Reading Legal Sources’

The deadline for paper proposals to the Kalamazoo congress is TOMORROW!!  So, here’s the last round of CFPs that have been piling up in my inbox, just in case you should read and feel inspired to throw together a paper topic in the 36 hours. Happy conferencing.

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CFP Kalamazoo 2012: Reading Legal Sources

Please forward to all interested parties.

There is still space available for the following session:

Call for Papers: “Reading Legal Sources”

47th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, MI, May 10-13, 2012

Reading Legal Sources will provide an opportunity for medievalists working on any of the wide variety of medieval legal sources to come together to discuss their research. Although  medieval legal documents may originate in different times and places, there are enough similarities among these sources that scholars working with them often find it useful to discuss their work with colleagues whose work also utilizes legal material. They may often utilize similar strategies, encounter similar difficulties, or arrive at similar conclusions, and this session will provide them with a way to share these experiences and explore the similarities and differences between a diversity of legal sources.

Send abstracts of approximately 300 words along with the Congress Participant Information Form no later than September 15 todavid.ditucci@wmich.edu.

David DiTucci

History Department

Western Michigan University

david.ditucci@wmich.edu

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Oregon Medieval English Literature Society Session for the International Medieval Congress at Western Michigan University

Kalamazoo, Michigan

May 10-13, 2012

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