“Translation and Transformation in the
Medieval and Early Modern World”
Postgraduate Conference in Medieval and Early Modern Studies
27-29th March 2020
University College Cork
University College Cork is delighted to announce the call for papers for the 24th annual Borderlines conference on the theme of “Translation and Transformation”. Borderlines XXIV invites abstracts of no more than 250 words on the theme of “Translation and Transformation”. Papers will be twenty minutes of length and can focus on one or both concepts.
We welcome submissions from postgraduates and early career researchers in any discipline relating to the medieval and early modern periods.
Borderlines XXIV invites papers that address the social, historical, literary, religious, and cultural significance of translation and transformation. We welcome papers from researchers in the fields of Anthropology, Archaeology, Codicology, Drama, Digital Humanities, Folklore, History, History of Art, Geography, Languages, Literature, Music, Palaeography, Philosophy, and Theology.
Topics may include, but are not limited to:
Translation and adaptation
Hybridity of form/perspective
Translation as distortion
All submissions must be received by 3rd February 2020. Submissions must include: an abstract, short bio, and contact information. All submissions and queries can be directed to: BorderlinesXXIV@gmail.com.
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University College Cork will host Borderlines XXI in April 2017. The theme of this year’s conference is “Authority in the Medieval and Early Modern World”.
Postgraduates and early career scholars are most welcome to submit an abstract and attend this annual Medieval-Renaissance conference. The Call For Papers has been launched (see below) and the deadline for submission of abstracts is 3rd February 2017.
For updates and further details, see the Borderlines XXI blog here.