'Fables and Preaching': international conference organized by the Department of Latin Philology in the Middle Ages and Modern Period at FAU. In the premodern period, fables were not only texts used for entertainment and in classrooms. Their edifying, moralizing character predisposed them for use as exempla in preaching. In the late Middle Ages specific collections were even created for this purpose. This Call for Papers is directed at young scholars up to the age of 35, who would like to present the results of their research on Latin and vernacular fables and their use up to c.1650. Submit a curriculum vitae and a short proposal by 1 March 2019. Selected speakers will receive a fixed sum of 160 euros for the costs of travel and accommodation (Erlangen/Germany, 15-16 May 2019)
'Dieu dans l’Histoire: Ecrire le passé dans la culture réformée, entre récits de faits et histoires sacrées': summer school for MA/PhD students in history / theology / literature / philosophy hosted by the Instiut d'Histoire de la Réformation at Geneva and directed by Daniela SOLFAROLI CAMILLOCCI, Paul Alexis MELLET and Ueli ZAHND. Register by 4 March 2019 at www.unige.ch/ihr (IHR Université de Genève, 11-15 June 2019)
'European Reformation Research Group Conference 2019': this unthemed meeting welcomes all academics working on the reformations, but especially aims to support the work of those working on new projects and ideas, postgraduate research students and early career researchers. Conference costs will be kept very low and proposals for 20-minute papers (comprising title, short summary and biography of no more than 300 words) should be emailed to the organizers by 7 June (Newman University, Birmingham, 29-30 August 2019)
'From Rebellion to Reconciliation: Anglican-Catholic Relations from 1569 to the Present': with keynotes by Eamon Duffy and others; call for 20-minute papers: send 250-word abstract and 1-page CV to the Centre for Anglican Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 April; register by 16 August (University of Durham, 17-19 September 2019)
'Migration and the European City. Social and Cultural Perspectives from Early Modernity to the Present': The LXI Study Week of the Italian-German Historical Institute will be dedicated to interactions between migration, mobility and urban societies between c. 1400 and the present. The committee has secured keynote addresses by Claus Leggewie (Giessen), Leo Lucassen (Leiden) and Susanne Rau (Erfurt) and hopes to attract an interdisciplinary group of researchers from different academic backgrounds and nationalities at various career stages. Paper proposals and applications for bursaries should reach Beat Kümin (email@example.com) and Massimo Rospocher (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 1 March 2019 (Trento/Italy, 18 –20 September 2019)
'The Reformed Theology and Spirituality of Music': The First International Conference on Reformation Musical History and Theology is supported by the Centre for Dutch Reformation Studies (CDRS) of the Theologische Universiteit Kampen. We cordially invite researchers to submit proposals which engage with a range of methodologies and perspectives on the Reformed traditions of music in public worship and private devotion. Proposals and brief CVs (max. 100 words) should be submitted to the committee at RMHTconference@gmail.com no later than 15 August 2019 (Enschede, 13-15 May 2020)
'Warwickshire's Changing Past': centenary conference of the Dugdale Society focusing on changes in the subject matter, approaches and interpretations of the history of the county (or parts of the county) since 1920. The organizers welcome proposals for 35-/20-minute papers, which should be submitted to email@example.com by 16 September 2019. These should provide a title, a 100-word summary, and a brief (one page) CV of the speaker. Publication of proceedings is planned; for further information check the society's news page (Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare Centre, Saturday 16 May 2020).
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