Sunday, November 13, 2011

new date: Saints and Sinners: Teaching the Blessed and the Blasphemous

> Due to irreconcilable scheduling conflicts, the Medieval and Renaissance Teaching Conference has been rescheduled for the spring of 2012. Details regarding registration for the conference will be forthcoming. Here is a revised call for papers: > > > Revised Call for Papers > "Saints and Sinners: Teaching the Blessed and the Blasphemous" > > [cid:3401708447_74287676] > > Second MART (Medieval and Renaissance Teaching) Conference > March 16-17, 2012 > > > The Medieval and Renaissance Teaching Conference invites your participation in its second bi-annual meeting from March 16-17 in Dandridge, TN. Come join us in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, in the midst of the beautiful spring flowers! > > [cid:3401708447_74325152] > > > > Submissions of abstracts are welcome in any discipline involved in the teaching of the Middle Ages or Renaissance. > > In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day, we are especially interested in papers dealing with the teaching of saints and/or sinners! Any proposals on the topic are welcome, but papers with a pedagogical focus will be given preference. > > Papers should be limited to no more than 20 minutes (roughly eight double-spaced pages). > > > SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS > > Anyone interested in reading an original paper or proposing an organized panel should submit a one-page abstract for consideration. All abstracts will be submitted electronically. Email your abstract as a MS Word or PDF attachment to Mary Baldridge ( or Kip Wheeler ( The deadline for submission of abstracts is December 1, 2011. Participants will be notified of acceptance by January 15, 2012. >

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