Convivium 2005: Children of Abraham: Christians, Jews and Muslims in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Era.
Convivium: Siena Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, announces its sixth annual multidisciplinary conference, to
We are interested in papers of all aspects of religious diversity in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Era, across all academic disciplines. Possible subjects include: interactions between members of the three Abrahamic religions; artistic representations of religious diversity; travel narratives; laws, social codes, rituals, or liturgies; Crusade and/or Diaspora; manuscripts and textual transmission; science and religion; women religious and secular; literary cross-fertilization; sacred architecture. We are interested in any topic related to our main subject.
NOTE: This year we will sponsor a session or two featuring excellent undergraduate papers. If you have student papers you would like to submit, please contact me as well.
Pam Clements, Director
Convivium: Siena Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
515 Loudon Road
Loudonville, New York 12211-1462
Phone: (518) 783-2359 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://www.siena.edu/convivium/
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