CFP: Attending to Early Modern Women: Conflict, Concord (10/1/08; 11/5-7/09)
by Jessica C. Murphy
“Attending to Early Modern Women: Conflict, Concord,” will be held November 5-7, 2009, at the University of Maryland. Plenaries are: “Negotiations”; “Economies”; “Faiths and Spiritualities”; and “Pedagogies.” The complete conference description is available at
Submit interdisciplinary workshop proposals by October 1, 2008.
Workshops that facilitate active participation and focused discussion of questions and issues raised by the conference theme and plenary topics have been an essential part of previous Attending to Early Modern Women symposia. Workshop proposals should be comparative or interdisciplinary in focus and should allow participants to share information and ignorance, pass on knowledge, ask advice, and learn something new.
For more information, visit the symposium website at http://www.crbs.umd.edu/atw/atw7 or contact Karen Nelson, Ph.D., by email at crbs_at_umd.edu
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