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7th Annual Medieval Studies Colloquium Transcending Boundaries: Changes in Medieval Time and Space
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4/3/2020 to 4/4/2020
When: Friday, April 3, 2020
Where: United States

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7th Annual Medieval Studies Colloquium
Transcending Boundaries: Changes in Medieval Time and Space
April 3–4, 2020 | University of Wisconsin-Madison

A reception will conclude the Colloquium on Saturday afternoon, where attendees will be encouraged to ask follow-up questions and continue conversations with the presenters and keynote speakers that are more in-depth than time allows for during Q&A.

The UW-Madison GAMS Colloquium offers an opportunity for graduate students in multiple disciplines to present their research in the various fields of medieval studies, share and receive feedback, and participate in discussions on topics of interest with peers from a wider, interdisciplinary community of medieval studies scholars. This is the third year that GAMS invites abstracts from graduate students from other schools and the first year to invite undergraduate papers on topics relating to the Middle Ages, including topics related to Late Antiquity and the early Renaissance. Graduate papers will be 20 minutes, undergraduates 10–15 minutes, and all papers should be delivered in English. Each panel will be followed by 30 minutes for discussion.

This year’s theme is Transcending Boundaries: Changes in Medieval Time and Space and we invite papers that examine ideas of boundaries (broadly defined). This can include papers dealing with time and space, physical and imaginary boundaries, creating and performing borders, and/or a lack of borders. All abstracts on any topic of medieval interest will be seriously considered.

Please submit abstracts of no more than 300 words to gams@rso.wisc.edu by January 31, 2020 for consideration.

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