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Conference: EM Hispanic World Images & Texts

Jim Boyden writes in to inform me of a conference call for papers:

Early Modern Image and Text Society 2010
Call for Papers

COLLECTIONS AND RECOLLECTIONS: CULTURAL ACCUMULATION AND DISSEMINATION IN THE EARLY MODERN HISPANIC WORLD

OCTOBER 14-16, 2010, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA BEAUFORT

The Early Modern Image and Text Society (Emit Society) invites submissions of abstracts for its fourth biannual conference, titled “Collections and Recollections: Cultural Accumulation and Dissemination in the Early Modern Hispanic World,” that will be held at the University of South Carolina Beaufort (Hilton Head Gateway Campus) on October 14-16, 2010. An interdisciplinary organization, the Emit Society strongly encourages papers that deal with the open concept of “collections” and “recollections” in the early modern Hispanic world, and with the unique relationships between visual images and literary texts. Please submit via email (1) a one-page abstract (to be considered anonymously) and (2) a contact information page (name, institution, email, phone number, paper title) to Benjamin J. Nelson (thismessage:/nelsonbe@uscb.edu) or Lisa Victoria Ciresi (thismessage:/ciresi@uscb.edu) by March 15, 2010. Please consult the Emit Society’s website (www.emitsociety.com <http://www.emitsociety.com/> ) for the organization’s mission, membership information, and information about past and present conferences.

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Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.

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