On behalf of the Celtic Studies Association of North America, Frederick Suppe is organizing two panels of papers for the 50th annual International Congress on Medieval Studies to occur in Kalamazoo, Michigan during May 14 – 17, 2015. The first session will feature “New Work by Young Celtic Studies Scholars” and welcomes recent research on any topic relevant to Celtic Studies—in any discipline and relating to any of the Celtic countries and their cultures—by scholars who have not yet completed their final degree or who have not yet earned tenure.
The second session welcomes papers relating to “Travel, Maps, and Itineraries in Medieval Ireland and Britain” (very broadly construed) and is co-sponsored by the American Society for Irish Medieval Studies. Presenters are expected to be members of either CSANA or ASIMS at the time of the 2015 congress; both have very reasonable dues for membership, especially for young scholars.
Scholars who wish to propose a 20-minute paper for inclusion in one of these sessions should send a paper proposal (including both a one-page abstract of the topic and a completed Participant Information Form) to Professor Suppe by Monday, September 15, 2014. The Participant Information Form is available online at http://www.wmich.edu/medieval/congress. Contact Information for Professor Suppe:
Professor Frederick Suppe
Department of History
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306,
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