Call for Proposals: Attending to Early Modern Women Conference

Call for Proposals

Attending to Early Modern Women: Remapping Routes and Spaces
June 21-June 23, 2012     Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Attending to Early Modern Women, which has been held seven times at the University of Maryland since 1990, is moving to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, thanks to the generous support of the College of Letters and Science at UWM. The conference will retain its innovative format, using a workshop model for most of its sessions to promote dialogue, augmented by a plenary session on each of the four conference topics: communities, environments, exchanges, and pedagogies. It will be held at the UWM School of Continuing Education Conference Center in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, within easy walking distance of the lakeshore, the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Milwaukee Public Museum, and the Amtrak station.

Attendees will stay in the near-by and newly renovated Doubletree Hotel. The conference will run from Thursday June 21 through Saturday June 23, 2012, and attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in a special pre-conference seminar on Wednesday June 20 at the Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library in Chicago.

A detailed description of the conference and the call for proposals is now available at: www.atw2012.uwm.edu

Proposals for workshops that address the conference themes may now be submitted, to atw-12@uwm.edu. Deadline: August 31, 2011.

Please forward this call to colleagues and students who you think might be interested.

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