Abstract Submissions

Please submit an abstract of one double-spaced page, bearing Name, Academic Affiliation, and complete contact information in upper right hand corner. Only one paper per person will be accepted. Proposals for panels or sponsored sessions should be submitted together with paper abstracts. Please indicate precisely on your abstract any audio-visual needs.

We need your help! Would you be willing to chair a session? Please indicate this in note attached to your abstract or under separate cover. Please include your area of interest/expertise, affiliation, and complete contact information on this note.

Sample List of Some Past and Possible Topics and Areas

Albigensians

Alexandria in Late Antiquity

Anselm

Antioch in Late Antiquity

Astronomy and Astrology

Augustine

Augustinian Studies

Authorship and Persecution

Averroes

Basil of Caesarea

Beguines

Benedict of Nursia

Benedictines

Biblical interpretation

Boethius

Bonaventure

Byzantine Studies

Calvin

Canon and Secular Law

Cappadocian Fathers

Carolingian culture

Catherine of Siena

Chaucer

Cistercian Studies

Classical and Medieval Latin

The Commercial Revolution

Constantinople

Crusades

Dante

Donne

 

Drama

Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages

Economic history of the Middle Ages

English Mysticism

Eriugena

Flemish Vernacular Literature

Franciscan theology and culture

French Vernacular Literature

German Vernacular Literature

Al-Ghazzali

Giotto

Gothic Art and Architecture

Heresy and Orthodoxy

Ibn Gabriol

Ibn Sina

Iconography

Inquisition(s)

Islamic Medicine/Science

Islamic and Jewish Mysticism

Islamic Philosophy/Theology

John of Damascus

John Duns Scotus

Leonardo da Vinci

Liturgy

Luther and the Reformations

Magic

Maimonides

Manuscripts and Paleography

Medicine in Late Antiquity

Medieval & Renaissance Philosophy

Medieval Theology

Mendicant Movements and Orders

Michelangelo

Middle English Studies

Milton

Monasticism

Nachmanides

Nature and Grace

Old English/Anglo-Saxon Studies

Political Philosophy and Theology

Providence and Predestination

Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite

Reform and Reformation

Romanesque Art/Architecture

Saints and Hagiography

Scholasticism

Sermon Studies

Shakespeare

Spanish Vernacular Literature

Spanish Mystics

Teresa of Avila

Thomas Aquinas

Thomas More

Trent and Tridentine Reform

The University

The Victorines

Waldensians

Send Submissions:

Send all abstracts and panel proposals to:

PMR Conference
c/o Anna Misticoni
The Augustinian Institute
Villanova University
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085-1699

OR as a Word or WordPerfect attachment to: pmr.conference@villanova.edu.