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Symposium 2016: Word/Les Mots
30 June - 2 July, Paris
Eric Palazzo (Université de Poitiers)
Geoffrey Koziol (University of California, Berkeley)
Abstracts due 30 January 2016
Anna Russakoff (American University of Paris):
orientation to research libraries, archives, & facilities in Paris
Jean-Marc Elsholz (Université Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne):
"La tenture de la Dame à la Licorne : un objet d''histoire de l'art et d'essais'"
Chris Jones (Canterbury, New Zealand):
"Imperial Ambitions? Empire in Later Capetian Thought"
The International Medieval Society has organized in collaboration with several universities and learned societies three interdisciplinary workshops in medieval studies.
Thanks to the support of the Society
for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature-Medium Aevum, we are
able to help with the funding of the travel expenses for two UK
postgraduate students (the papers will be given in French). If you
would like to apply to these travel grants worth £125 each, please
email firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV including the name of two
referees, highlighting the selected workshop and providing a short
justification for support.
The workshops are free, but
registration is needed with fanny.madeline[at]univ-paris1.fr. For more
practical information and reports on previous workshops, see http://medatelier.hypotheses.org
IMS Paris Symposium books are available for purchase!
and Identity in Francia and Medieval France,
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