Please Note the Change in the Abstract Submission Date!
Medieval Studies Graduate Student Conference on the Late Middle Ages at Princeton Unviersity, 31 March 2001
We welcome papers from graduate students in all disciplines on topics related to the Late Middle Ages in any geographic region. This conference is intended to be a forum for graduate students to present their work, whether dissertation chapters or seminar papers. Papers on any aspect of the Late Middle Ages are welcome, and might address, but are not limited to, any of the following:
Definition and Periodization
The Notion of "Decline"
Late Medieval Reform
Technology and the Book
Exploration and Conquest
We are pleased to announce that Professor David Nirenberg will be giving the keynote address.
Graduate students in all disciplines (history, history of science, art history and archaeology, near eastern studies, classics, music,
and so on) are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract by ,FEBRUARY 15, 2001. Final papers must be no longer than 20 minutes when read alound, and must be made available to session respondents by March 15, 2001. Although graduate students must provide their own transportation to the conference, we make every effort to house participants with Princeton graduate students for the duration of the conference. This conference is generously sponsored by the Medieval Studies Program, the Shelby Collum Davis Center for Historical Studies, and the Department of History at Princeton University.
Holly J. Grieco
207 Dickinson Hall
Department of History, Princeton University
Princeton, N 08544
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