We invite abstracts in medieval and Early Modern studies that consider questions of periodization, historicity, and temporality. Papers may consider:
• how people conceived of, constructed, interacted with, measured, or produced “time” in medieval and Early Modern cultures
• how we currently construct or deconstruct history
• how studying temporality illuminates other subjects.
Posters need not be confined to the theme, but may cover many aspects of medieval and Renaissance life, literature, languages, art, philosophy, theology, history and music.
Undergraduate session includes: posters, art, interactive exhibits, and multimedia presentations. Each display must include a brief explanation or hand-out. These should be designed to initiate thoughtful discussion about each student’s research and project goals. Projects may be set up at any time; however, students must be present during judging (TBA). Undergraduate students require a formal sponsorship letter from a faculty member with whom they have acquaintance. There will be a reduced entry fee for poster presenters.
Dr. Raffaele Florio
Chair, History Department
325 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493
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