CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS
for the Forty First Annual Meeting of the
MID-AMERICA MEDIEVAL ASSOCIATION
The University of Missouri-Kansas City
Saturday, 16 September 2017
CONFERENCE THEME: NETWORKS
Plenary speaker: Cynthia J. Brown, Distinguished Professor of French
University of California-Santa Barbara
Plenary Title: Paratextual Cues in Late Medieval Books: Detecting Family Female Networks
Papers are invited on any the conference theme of “Networks” or any medieval topic. Networks could include: family networks; monastic and other religious networks; intellectual, artistic, professional, or political networks; networks of texts, of manuscripts, of artworks, etc.
Graduate students and advisors: please see the information about the Jim Falls Paper Prize on this site!
Please send 250-word abstracts of papers, or 3-4 person panels, no later than 20 May 2017 to:
Director of Medieval and Modern Studies
Professor of French
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
University of Missouri-Kansas City