Thursday, June 19, 2008

CFP: SMGS Sessions at K'zoo '09 (9/5/08; ICMS, 05/07/09-05/10/09)

The Society
for Medieval German Studies is offering four sessions on New Research in
Medieval German Literature at the 44th International Congress on
Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan,May 7-10, 2009.

The deadline for session theme proposal
is August 1st and the deadline for paper submissions is Friday,
September 5th,2008. Currently we have three themed

Emotion in Middle
High German Literature
Stephen Jaeger’s “The Origins of Courtliness” 25 years later
Germanisch-deutsches Fruehmittelalter
Der Deutsche Orden

Session titles do not suggest that
papers must be in a given language. SMGS presents papers in both English and

Also the inaugural issue of the SMGS Yearbook
will appear in Spring 2009. Papers presented in the SMGS Sessions at Kalamazoo
2009 will get first consideration for publication in the 2010 yearbook. Papers
may be in German or English.

You may submit an abstracts by post,
fax, or email by September 5th at the latest because all of the
paper work must be submitted to ICMS by September 15th.

Please send abstracts and session ideas to:

Stephen Mark
Carey, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of German
Georgia State University
Department of Modern & Classical
P. O. Box 3970
Atlanta, GA 30302-3970
tel.: 404 - 413 - 6591
fax: 404 -413 - 5892

Yearbook of the Society of Medieval German Studies - Spring 2009

The Society for Medieval German Studies invites
submissions in German or English for the Inaugural issue of the Yearbook of
Medieval German Studies to appear in Spring 2009.

The deadline for paper submissions is Friday,
September 26th, 2008,
presenters from the 2008 SMGS sessions are Kalamazoo are particularly
encouraged to submit.

submitted for publication should be typewritten, double-spaced
according to MLA
Style. Please address manuscripts as follows: Editors, SMGS Yearbook, Georgia
State University, Department of Modern & Classical Language, P. O. Box
3970, Atlanta, GA 30302-3970.

Papers may also be submitted per email to:
Stephen Mark Carey, Ph.D

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