CFP for medieval and early modern panel at 2013 NEMLA Conference in Boston, MA, March 21-24: During the medieval and early modern periods, the Bible was a source of worship, instruction, and entertainment. This panel invites papers that address ways the Bible was read, misread, adapted, or performed. Topics might include translation and adaptation, Bible illustration, the commentary tradition, biblical exempla, apocryphal narrative, and drama. Send paper abstracts up to 300 words with name, affiliation, and contact information to Brandon Hawk (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Pamela Longo (email@example.com) by 30 September.
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