Call For Papers: EMREM 2016 Symposium

CALL FOR PAPERS

The EMREM Postgraduate Forum

Annual Symposium

Thursday 5th and Friday 6th May 2016

 

Papers are invited for the 2016 EMREM two-day interdisciplinary symposium, to be held at the University of Birmingham. The theme for this year’s event is ‘Chaos and Catastrophe; Restoration and Renewal’.

Postgraduate speakers from all fields of EMREM are welcome to share their research and build networks at this friendly and well-established symposium.

Possible topics might include, but are not limited to:

Civil Wars                                       Restoration

Dynastic Feuds                              Legitimacy

Reformation                                   Counter-Reformation

Providential Disasters                 Conservation and Resilience

Disease and Famine                     Medicine and Containment

Memories of Catastrophe           Visions of Utopia

Death of a Leader                          Coronation

Collapse of Empire                        The New World

Sudden Death                                  Ars Moriendi

Apocalypse                                       Resurrection

Suffering                                           Hope

 

Papers should be 20 minutes in length. Please send proposals of approximately 300 words, OR 1000 words if applying as a panel, to emremforum@googlemail.com by 1st March 2016.

We have normally been able to provide the conference free of charge and with grants available to cover reasonable travel costs for speakers. We are confident that we will be able to do the same this year.

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