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Formation of Identity and Taste in the 18th-Century World
East Lansing, MI, November 2000


MWASECS 2000
31ST ANNUAL MEETING
NOV. 3, 4 AND 5, 2000, EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN
HOSTED BY MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

FORMATION OF IDENTITY AND TASTE
IN THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY WORLD


MWASECS, the Midwest Section of the American Society of Eighteenth Century
Studies, invites proposals for papers and panels for its 31st annual
conference, to be held at the Kellogg Center, Michigan State University on
Nov. 3,4, and 5, 2000.  We particularly encourage the presentation of
scholarly work on the Formation of Identity and Taste in the
Eighteenth-Century World at this conference.  We also welcome submission
of all scholarly work on the period 1660-1830, about all countries, and
from scholars in all disciplines, in order to bring each other up to date
on current work on the 18th century, and to provide a well-rounded forum
for comments to all presenters. 

Concurrent event on campus:  Mapping Great Lakes Identity: Past, Present,
and Future

Deadline for submission of abstracts:  April 15, 2000

Address submissions and questions to the Conference Coordinator: 

Agnes Haigh Widder
Michigan State University
100 Library E221
East Lansing, Mich.  48824-1048
USA

e mail:  widder@mail.lib.msu.edu
phone:   +1-517-432-2217
fax:     +1-517-432-3532