|Religion in Europe and the Mediterranean World, 500-1650 CE|
Call for Proposals
This Group brings together scholars working on premodern Judaism, Christianity, and Islam in order to create a venue where religious phenomena can be considered comparatively. We invite individual paper, papers session, and roundtable proposals on all subjects related to religion in medieval and early modern Europe and the Mediterranean. Individual papers might (and usually do) focus on one specific tradition, but presenters should be interested in engaging this material comparatively during the panel discussion. This year, we encourage papers that explore the nature of conversion, the status of religious minorities, and ways in which literary and theological texts envision selfhood, intersubjectivity, and community in medieval and early modern religious contexts.
This Group provides a venue for scholars of premodern Judaism, Christianity, and Islam to examine questions of comparison and influence in a geographically and temporally defined context.
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Proposer names are visible to Chairs but anonymous to Steering Committee members.
Method of Submission