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Medieval German History Seminar

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  • Amy L. Hornburg Heilveil
    Please note this is an academic forum, not an SCA event. I thought that among this group there might be interest. Smiles, Despina Call for Papers: MEDIEVAL
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 26, 2003
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      Please note this is an academic forum, not an SCA event. I thought that
      among this group there might be interest.

      Smiles,
      Despina


      Call for Papers:

      MEDIEVAL HISTORY SEMINAR

      October 24-26, 2003

      The German Historical Institute is pleased to announce the third Medieval
      History Seminar, to be held in Washington, D.C., from October 24 to 26,
      2003. The seminar is designed to bring together American and German Ph.D.
      candidates and recent Ph.D. recipients (2001-2002) in medieval history for
      a weekend of scholarly discussion and collaboration. They will have the
      opportunity to present their work to their peers as well as to
      distinguished scholars from both sides of the Atlantic.

      Conveners for the 2003 seminar will be Professors Michael Borgolte
      (Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin), Caroline W. Bynum (Institute for Advanced
      Study, Princeton, N.J.), Johannes Fried (Universit├Ąt Frankfurt), and
      Patrick J. Geary (University of California, Los Angeles).

      The Medieval History Seminar welcomes proposals from all areas of medieval
      history. Participation is not limited to historians working on German
      history or German-speaking regions of Europe. Nor is a particular epoch or
      methodological approach preferred. Applications from neighboring
      disciplines are welcome if the projects have a distinct historical focus.

      Papers and discussions will be conducted both in German and English.
      Successful applicants must be prepared to submit a paper of approximately
      twenty typewritten pages by September 12, 2003. They also are expected to
      serve as commentator for one other paper presented in the seminar.

      The GHI will cover the travel and lodging expenses of the participants.

      Applications are accepted in German or English and should include:
      - a curriculum vitae (including address and e-mail),
      - a description of the proposed paper (4-5 pages, double-spaced),
      - and one letter of recommendation.

      The deadline for submission is May 1, 2003.

      Send applications to:
      German Historical Institute
      Medieval History Seminar
      1607 New Hampshire Ave., N.W.
      Washington, D.C. 20009 (USA)
      Tel.: (202) 387-3355
      Fax: (202) 483-3430

      For further information, please contact Dr. Christoph Strupp, GHI, e-mail:
      strupp@....

      Reports on previous meetings of the MHS have been published in the GHI
      Bulletins No. 30 (April 2002) and 32 (April 2003, forthcoming), available
      on-line at http://www.ghi-dc.org/bulletin.html.
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