Department of Music

Exploring the Renaissance
Austin, TX, April 2004

Exploring the Renaissance 2004
An International Conference
Austin, Texas
April 1-3, 2004

Sponsored by the South-Central Renaissance Conference, the Queen Elizabeth
I Society, the Andrew Marvell Society, the University of Texas at Austin,
and St. Edward's University.

Twenty-minute papers are welcome in any area of Renaissance Studies,
including art, history, literature, music, philosophy, science, and
theology.  In particular, submissions are invited on the following topics:
Science and Expansion
The Renaissance Maze
Public Piety and Private Devotion
Renaissance Portraiture

Queen Elizabeth I Society:
Her writings and speeches
Her government and its policies
Her court and its cultural creations
Her life and afterlife in literature, art, and film

SCRC: Sessions should be proposed no later than November 30, 2003.
Individual papers must be submitted no later than December 31, 2003.
Please send two copies of both the abstract (100 words) and the paper
(8-10 pages) to Christine Getz, Program Chair, School of Music, The
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242, USA. E-mail:  Phone: +1-319-335-1622.  Fax: +1-319-335-2637.
While electronic dialogue regarding submissions and special session
proposals is welcomed, individual papers should not be submitted

Queen Elizabeth I Society: Send 300-400 word abstracts by 15 January 2004
to Donald Stump, Department of English, Saint Louis University, St. Louis,
MO 63110, USA. E-mail: Phone: +1-(314) 977-3009. E-mail
submissions are welcome (please use MS Word for IBM or Rich Text Format).
Completed papers are due by March 1.

Contact information: Be sure to include your professional affiliation,
address, phone number, and email address.

Membership: All conference participants are required to join SCRC and are
encouraged to submit publication-length versions of their papers to the
SCRC Journal, Explorations in Renaissance Culture.

Other Inquiries: Information on registration, local arrangements,
conference activities, and the sponsoring organizations is available at

James S. Baumlin
Department of English
Southwest Missouri State University
Springfield, MO  65804, USA
Phone +1-(417) 836-6811