Studying Latin literature without borders

IMC Leeds 2020 Call for Papers: Cross-Cultural Encounters in Medieval Dialogue Literature

RELICS invites paper proposals for the 2020 International Medieval Congress in Leeds, for a panel on literary dialogues in medieval traditions across the globe. In connection with the thematic strand of IMC 2020, “Borders”, the central point of interest in this panel will be how dialogues across linguistic, religious, and cultural borders offer space for different and possibly conflicting voices.

Deadline for abstracts: September 1, 2019

Cfp Conference: Winckelmann’s Victims (CLOSED)

This conference aims to consider classical normativity with its including prejudices and exclusions as a case- study for cultural self-fashioning by way of European literature. It seeks to explore how the normative status ascribed to the classics and the ensuing prejudices have, from the Early Middle Ages to modern times, influenced and shaped thoughts and views of the literary identity of Western Europe.

20-22 September 2018, Ghent University
Deadline for abstracts: 15 April 2018