Calls for Papers

CFP: Anglo-Iberian Relations: From the Medieval to the Modern, Zafra, Oct 19-21, 2017

Anglo-Iberian Relations: From the Medieval to the Modern
19-21 October 2017
Zafra (Badajoz), Spain


Having had a flurry of requests for an extended deadline, we are happy to oblige! We have now extended the deadline to midnight on 30 June 2017.

We are therefore continuing to accept individual papers, panels and roundtables by academics and heritage professionals for the second conference in this vibrant field of Anglo-Iberian studies, including colonial and Latin American studies. Since our inaugural meeting in 2015 (Mértola, Portugal) we have extended our timeframe from beyond the early modern period, to include papers from the medieval to the modern.

Papers should be 20 minutes in length. English is the preferred language of the conference, but papers will be considered in Portuguese and Spanish, if a detailed summary can be provided in English. Panelists may talk only on England or Portugal or Spain if so desired; organisers will team them up with panelists covering the other countries on a similar timeframe or topic. We aim to facilitate researchers wishing to communicate and collaborate with those outside of their present research network.


Abstracts and panel/roundtable descriptions (plus a brief CV/biography)

should be sent no later than by midnight on 30 June 2017 to:

angloiberian2017@outlook.com

If you are intending to submit in June, please kindly drop us a line to let us know that you plan to do so; our venues would very much like to have a sense of numbers asap. Thanks!


If you would like to be considered for one of our Student Bursaries, please let us know when you submit your abstract.

For further information please contact:

Elizabeth Evenden-Kenyon (elizabeth.evenden-kenyon@brunel.ac.uk)

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