Projet de Session par Valentina Denzel
Dans le cadre de l’appel à contribution de la RSA (REnaissance Society of America) qui, en mars 2012, organise un congrès à Washingto, Valentina Denzel, membre du CA de la SIEFAR, proposera avec Nicolas Correard, MCF à Nantes et spécialiste des textes sceptiques de la Renaissance, une contribution sur les textes misogames et philogames du XVIe siècle. Elle cherche urgemment d’autres particpant(e)s afin de constituer un groupe-session et invite les personnes de la SIEFAR intéressées à la contacter avant la fin de la semaine : firstname.lastname@example.org
Présentation de l’appel à contribution de la RSA
The Program Committee invites submissions for individual papers or panels on any aspect of Renaissance Studies, or the era ca. 1300-1650.
You need not be a member of RSA to submit a proposal, but if your paper is accepted you must become a member and register for the conference. Proposals are evaluated by the Program Committee for their scholarly contribution to an aspect of the field.
Each proposed paper must include: contact information for author; title; abstract (150 word maximum); keywords; and a one-page curriculum vitae. Proposals may be submitted by individual scholars, by RSA Discipline Representatives, or by Representatives of Associate Organizations. Only individuals may submit single papers, and they may submit one proposal; Disciplines and Associate Organizations submit complete sessions only. Any given Discipline Representative, Associate Organization, or individual scholar may submit up to five sessions. Most sessions are composed of three 20-minute papers, but other formats, including roundtable discussions, will be considered as well. While a given person may serve as organizer or chair of more than one session, any one conference participant may submit only one paper for consideration, and may present one time in a single session at any annual meeting. An individual may not chair a panel in which he or she is a presenter.
The RSA is known for the high quality of its program thanks to the presence of so many scholars from diverse fields who present their work to their colleagues. We welcome the opportunity to include established scholars and new ones from a wide range of disciplines, specialties, and regions. While most sessions are in English, they may be conducted in another language as relevant. We want the annual meeting to serve as a broad forum for the exchange of ideas and information.
Sessions may be organized in a variety of ways.
Discipline Representatives: you may contact group members through your group pages.
Associate Organizations: if your members are all members of RSA, we can give you Group status and the same capabilities as a Discipline Representative.
You may use our form to submit a CFP. You are invited to search our postings for a topic to which you would like to contribute. Please remember that the organizer of these proposed sessions must be responsible for collecting the information from each interested person and submitting the proposed session for review by the Program Committee. CFPs posted on our website will not be considered by the program committee; organizers must submit the organized panel to the submission module.