* Digital Tools for Research and Analysis (A Roundtable)
The session titles listed above are meant to be taken in the broadest
sense possible. We strongly encourage submissions on any
to the life, works, and times of Guillaume de Machaut
and his contemporaries, and also welcome proposals that touch on interdisciplinary issues. Contributions should be 20
minutes in length.
Proposals should include an abstract of no more than 300 words and a
completed Participant Information Form (required by the Medieval
Institute); the form is available on this page.
Please email your abstract and completed Participant Information Form to Jared Hartt: Jared.Hartt -at- oberlin.edu
Submissions must be received by 20 September 2019.
Please forward this call
to any potentially interested colleagues and/or graduate students.
To find out more about the International Congress on Medieval Studies, visit:https://wmich.edu/medievalcongress
All best wishes,
Treasurer/Secretary/Archivist, International Machaut Society