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Medieval Lives: Cultures and Contexts of the Middle Ages (graduate conference)
Storrs, CT, October 2003

21st Annual Medieval Graduate Student Conference
Medieval Lives: Cultures and Contexts of the Middle Ages
October 18, 2003
University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT, USA

The New England Medieval Studies Consortium (Yale, Brown, and University of
Connecticut) announces its 21st annual Medieval Graduate Student Conference, to be
held and hosted this year by the Storrs campus of the University of Connecticut.

We invite papers from scholars in History, Literature, Art History, Music, Drama,
Linguistics, Philosophy, and Classics which pertain to the main topic or are of
general interest to Medieval Studies. Interdisciplinary papers are encouraged.

All paper proposals are due by June 1, 2003; the conference will be held on
October 18.

Paper abstracts should be 250-300 words with a brief cover letter, and may be
submitted either via e-mail to, or by standard mail
(Medieval Studies Graduate Conference c/o J. Eyler and J. Sexton, University of
Connecticut, Medieval Studies Program U-4025, 215 Glenbrook Rd., Storrs, CT
06269-4025, USA). The same addresses may be used for general information and