Call for Papers – 33rd International Conference of the Haskins Society

7–9 November 2014
Carleton College
Northfield, Minnesota
(just 35 miles from the Twin Cities)

The Haskins Society will hold its annual meeting at Carleton College on November 7-9, 2014, with featured speakers Dr. Martin Millett (Archaeology, Cambridge University), Dr. Joyce Hill (Anglo-Saxon Literature, University of Leeds), and Bruce O’Brien (History, Mary Washington University).

The Society welcomes proposals in all fields of the medieval past to which Charles Homer Haskins contributed, including but not limited to Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman, and Angevin history, as well as the history of neighboring peoples and territories. We welcome proposals for complete sessions (three papers on a related theme or problem) as well as individual papers.

For individual papers, please send a 250 word abstract and c.v.; for panel proposal, please send abstracts and c.v.’s for all panelists and a brief description of the panel’s theme. Proposals should be sent to:

Paper and Session Proposals will be accepted between May 19, 2014 and July 16, 2014.

Papers by graduate students, untenured faculty, and independent scholars are eligible for the Denis Bethell Prize, which guarantees publication in the Haskins Society Journal, an annual peer-reviewed journal published by Boydell & Brewer. More information about the Denis Bethell prize may be found on the Haskins Society website at:

**New in 2014: New Research Roundtable**:

To encourage scholarly exchange and collaborations, we are launching this year a new feature of the conference: “The New Research Roundtable.” Held on the Friday morning of the conference, the Roundtable will offer a forum for graduate students as well as junior and senior scholars to offer brief presentations (5 minutes) on new projects and works in progress and receive feedback both at the session in small group discussions and throughout the conference. Names, affiliations, and project titles of presenters will appear in the conference program.

Proposals to participate in the Roundtable should include: research title, a 50-75 word description, and a current c.v. to:

Proposals will be accepted between 19 May 2014 and 16 July 2014.

Coming to the Conference: Northfield, MN hosts two liberal arts colleges and is conveniently located within 40 minutes of the Minneapolis/St Paul airport, a major Delta Airlines hub serving domestic and international flights.

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