Conference – 17 January 2024 | 9.30 am to 5 pm | University of Southampton
Power and agency in medieval and renaissance society is traditionally associated with kings, princes, the fighting aristocracy, the church, and courts of law. Such ideas are now challenged by an increasing number of scholars who have examined the role women (and others) played in politics, the parish, the economy, and the family. Hosted by the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Cultures at the University of Southampton this conference seeks papers that examine issues of gender, power, and agency in the medieval and renaissance worlds. We are open to papers from any discipline especially History, English Literature, Music and Archaeology, and are particularly interested in interdisciplinary approaches to the topic. The event will take place on 17 January 2024.
Call for Papers, deadline – 18 December 2023
Individual paper proposals should consist of an abstract (200-250 words), a brief biography (up to 100 words) and full contact information. Papers should be 20 minutes in duration. We especially invite abstracts from early-career researchers and PhD students. The deadline for proposals is 18 December 2023. Proposals and questions should be directed to Professor Craig Lambert at email@example.com
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