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CFP: Midwest Medieval History Conference 2015

Colleagues,

The CFP for the 2015 Midwest Medieval History Conference is below.  Additional information will be posted on the organization’s website soon.  Looking forward to seeing many of you 9-10 October at Indiana State University,

Amy Bosworth
MMHC Secretary
Assistant Professor of History
Muskingum University

 

CFP: Call For Papers, Panels and Posters: Early Modern Digital Humanities/Digital History - SCSC 2015 (*** DEADLINE April 15, 2015***)

CfP: Call For Papers, Panels and Posters: Early Modern Digital Humanities/Digital History - SCSC 2015 (April 15, 2015)

 

Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Vancouver, October 22-25, 2015

updated – march 25, 2015

Deadline for submissions: April 15, 2015

Call For Papers, Panels and Posters: Early Modern + Digital Projects and Computational Methods

CFP: (Re)Building Networks: A Medieval and Early Modern Studies Conference

Dear Friends,
This is a reminder that proposals for the University of Maryland's October '15 conference, (Re)Building Networks: A Medieval and Early Modern Studies Conference, are due next week, Friday, April 3.  Please send 250-word abstracts and short professional biographies to rebuilding.networks@umd.edu.  And please help us to spread the word!
See below for more information, and for our flyer.  
Best, 
Chris Maffuccio

(Re)Building Networks: A Medieval and Early Modern Studies Conference

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