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New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Sarasota, FL, March 2002


THE THIRTEENTH BIENNIAL NEW COLLEGE CONFERENCE on MEDIEVAL-RENAISSANCE STUDIES
March 14-16, 2002

New College of Florida is the honors college of the Florida state system.
The Conference will be a full three-day event, held on the New College
Campus adjacent to the Sarasota-Bradenton Airport.

Plenary speakers will be Gene Brucker (Berkeley) and James Tracy
(Minnesota)

**** CALL FOR PAPERS ****


All aspects of Europe and the Mediterranean before 1630 A.D., any
discipline.

Especially interested in papers on Italian Studies,
Burgundian-Netherlandish Studies, Medieval/Renaissance Humanism,
Medieval/Renaissance Courtly Culture, Art and Society, Ritual and Drama,
and Urban History. Planned sessions welcome.

Longer versions of the best conference papers will be considered for
publication in Exemplaria, R.A. Shoaf, editor.

       Deadline for submission of a one-page abstract: December 1, 2001
       Notification of acceptance by January 3, 2002 or earlier.

Please send inquiries and abstracts to:

       Professor Lee D. Snyder, Director of Medieval-Renaissance Studies
       NEW COLLEGE OF FLORIDA
       5700 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34243-2197, USA
       FAX Number: +1-941-359-4475
       E-MAIL: lsnyder@sar.usf.edu

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Nova Myhill
Assistant Professor of British and American Literature
Division of Humanities
New College of Florida
5700 N. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota FL 34143
USA
+1-941-359-4227
nmyhill@banshee.sar.usf.edu
Sarasota, FL, March 2002