Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Barnard Conference

The Twenty-First Barnard
Medieval and Renaissance Conference

The Shape of Time in the Middle Ages and Renaissance

Saturday, 6 December 2008

Barnard College, New York City

A one-day interdisciplinary conference exploring how
time was measured, represented, and imagined in the
Middle Ages and Renaissance. The organizers seek
papers to address a range of topics including the
technology of measuring and organizing time; calendars
and almanacs ; astronomical, natural, and liturgical
models of time; the expression of time in literature,
fine arts, music, theater, historiography, law and

Abstracts of up to one page in length with c.v. should
be sent to the Conference Organizer,

Laurie Postlewate,
Department of French
Barnard College
3009 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

or by email to lpostlew@barnard.edu.

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