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CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Papers on Calvin and Calvin Studies for the RefoRC Conference | May 10-12, 2017

The Calvin Studies Society solicits proposals for paper presentations for a thematic panel for the Seventh Annual RefoRC conference, to be held in Wittenberg, Germany, from May 10-12, 2017. We welcome proposals for original papers (not previously published or read at a conference) in any area of Calvin or Calvin studies for 20-minute oral presentation at the conference. Proposals that address the conference theme, “More than Luther: The Reformation and the Rise of Pluralism in Europe” are particularly encouraged. The language of the conference is English, but papers may also be delivered in French or German.

Information on the conference can be accessed at http://www.refo500.nl/rc/pages/699/seventh-annual-reforc-conference-2017-wittenberg.html. Please note that those selected for the panel will need to pay their own conference and travel expenses. We ask that you not register for the conference until you have been notified whether your proposal has been placed on the CSS-sponsored panel.

Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words and should state the main research question to be addressed in the paper. Please submit your paper title and abstract along with your name, e-mail address, telephone number, and brief CV to Dr. Barbara Pitkin, President of the Board of the Society, at pitkin@stanford.edu.
Deadline for submitting proposals for the Calvin Studies-sponsored session is November 1, 2016.

Written by Jim

15/09/2016 at 7:52 pm

Posted in Modern Culture

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