Unity and Diversity in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
Fort Collins, CO, May 2001
The 2001 annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association will convene in Fort Collins, Colorado, May 24-27. The theme of the conference is Unity and Diversity in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Charles R. Smith (emeritus, English, and president-elect of RMMRA) and Harry Rosenberg (History) are the conference and program chairs. Three confirmed plenary speakers are Robert J. Brentano (University of California, Berkeley), Sather Professor of History and past president of the Medieval Academy of America; Professor Steven A. Epstein (University of Colorado), councillor, Medieval Academy of America; and Professor Nancy van Deusen, (Department of Music, Claremont Graduate School), fellow, Medieval Academy of America. Papers and proposed sessions on the conference theme or on other aspects of the Medieval and Renaissance eras in the fields of literature, history, music, philosophy, art history, religion, languages, rhetoric, or interdisciplinary studies are welcome. Individual and panel submissions will be reviewed as received until March 15, 2001. Please send one-page abstracts to Professor Harry Rosenberg, Department of History, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1776, USA (office: +1-970/491-5230; fax: +1-970/491-2941; e-mail: email@example.com). If you wish to chair a session, indicate your availability and area of interest. We encourage you to disseminate this Call for Papers to individuals and departments who may be interested. Please notify the organizers if there is someone not on the current mailing list who would like more information. The conference hotel will be the University Park Holiday Inn, which will have a special rate for the meeting. Since the conference will end late Saturday afternoon, those who wish to sight-see in the nearby, easily accessible Rocky Mountains (e.g. Poudre Canyon and the Cache le Poudre River or Rocky Mt. National Park) for the balance of the weekend can take advantage of the special conference rate through Monday, May 28th.