We invite submissions on any topic that explores the Early Modern period for the National Women's Studies Association annual conference, to take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 17-20, 2004. Papers might address the following: race, gender, sexuality, class, nationality, colonialism, language, culture, religion, geography, science, medicine, law, and education. Submissions considering the place of feminism in teaching and studying the Early Modern period will also be considered. Submissions that engage in interdisciplinary scholarship are especially encouraged.
Submissions should include both a 50-word abstract and a one-page description. Completed papers should be approximately eight pages, for a reading time of 15 minutes. Short papers will leave time for panel participants and audience members to engage in discussion. Abstracts of accepted papers will appear in the NWSA program guide.
The deadline for submissions to the Early Modern Interest Group Organizing Committee is December 9, 2003.
Please submit abstracts to Alice Sowaal and Jennifer Palmer via email.
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