Calls for Papers

UNT 2016 Medieval Graduate Symposium

The annual graduate symposium on Medieval Studies at the University of North Texas provides a platform for graduate students of any discipline to present their work on any aspect of the Middle Ages. 

This year's theme is "The Technical Details of Everyday Life." Submissions for papers on any topic from the Late Antique to the Early Renaissance will be considered. Preference will be given to those that address the conference theme. 

The symposium will be held March 3rd and 4th, 2016 at the University of North Texas, Denton, TX.

The keynote speaker for 2016 is Nicola Coldstream, "Behind the Scenes at the Medieval Entertainment."

300-word abstracts are due December 1, 2015 via email to Mickey.Abel@unt.edu

There will also be a $200 prize sponsored by AVISTA for an outstanding paper.

CALL FOR PAPERS: Early Medieval Graphicacy in a Comparative Perspective

CALL FOR PAPERS: Early Medieval Graphicacy in a Comparative Perspective

This conference is the last of a series for the Graphicacy and Authority in Early Medieval Europe Project. The aim of the project has been to gather scholars from a wide range of disciplines to discuss the increasing role of non-figural graphic devices across a wide range of media, from manuscripts to architecture and mass-produced objects.

Call for Papers III INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM “DAYS OF JUSTINIAN I”

Call for Papers III INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM “DAYS OF JUSTINIAN I”

The International scientific symposium “Days of Justinian I” is an annual interdisciplinary scholarly forum aimed at the presentation of the latest research followed by discussions on various aspects of Byzantine and Medieval Studies, that include the treatment and interpretation of cultural, historical and spiritual heritage in contemporary Europe. The Symposium is dedicated to Emperor Justinian I with the aim to address a broad range of issues related to Byzantium and the European Middle Ages, comprising the exploration of the cultural and historical legacy as an integrative component of the diversities and commonalities of Unified Europe. This year the International Symposium “Days of Justinian I” 

Call for papers: Saint Martin, expansion and revivals in his popularity from the origins to the present day.

Call for papers: Saint Martin, expansion and revivals in his popularity from the origins to the present day.

The international symposium organized in Tours in 2016 aims to address the martini an figure in all its breadth and all its influence. Several scientific fields, History, Archeology, Art History, Literary Studies, Ethnology and Anthropology, Theology, Economics, are called to focus on some fundamental issues that may arise in the following way :