Sunday, June 29, 2008

Gender and Medieval Studies conference

The 2009 Gender and Medieval Studies conference will be held at King's College London, January 9-10 2009, and follow the theme of 'Locating Gender'.

This conference aims to explore conceptions of location, temporality, geography, belonging and association in relation to the study of medieval genders and sexualities, and we invite proposals (max. 250 words) for twenty-minute papers from all disciplines and inter-disciplines within Medieval Studies. Plenary lectures will be given by James A. Schultz (UCLA) and Diane Watt (Aberystwyth).

GMS welcomes proposals for Locating Gender from all medievalists, including postgraduate students and early career researchers. Some financial support for postgraduates’ travel costs is available through the Kate Westoby fund: if funds permit, applications for support will also be considered from unwaged independent scholars. Please forward abstracts to by 1 September 2008.

Further information can be found at

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