routes of influence (sea and trade routes; from Spain to Ireland and Britain and Irish foundations in Europe; from Syria and Anatolia through Aquileia to Milan and Gaul; from Sicily, Cyprus, and Morea; from North Africa)
documentary references (reports of travellers to and from the Middle East)
positive evidence for influence on Western literature, art, music and its notation, poetry, liturgy, and other material culture.
The conference will be organized as a series of round-table discussions, in which the participants have seen each others’ papers in advance. We intend to publish the proceedings. Deadline for abstracts: 15 September 2003, deadline for papers: 31 December 2003. Please put “Annual Conference” on the envelope or in the email subject line.
Prof. Andrew Hughes
Centre for Medieval Studies
39 Queen’s Park Cresc. E.
Toronto ON M5S 2C3
Canada Email: email@example.com
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