Dear List Members,
_Disputatio: An International Transdisciplinary Journal of the Late
Middle Ages_ is still looking for papers on the topic of
'TRANSSUBSTANTIATION' for its volume III (1998). If you have a
contribution (essay, note, review) ready to go or one which could be
finalized within a short period of time, please contact the editors,
Carol Poster ([log in to unmask]) or Richard Utz
([log in to unmask]). Vol. III will also contain a
bibliography on the subject of 'Transsubstantiation' in Late Medieval
and Early Modern Culture and Literature. While titles in journals and
monographs are relatively easy to find, essays in collections and
Festschriften are more difficult to detect. We would appreciate any
bibliographic hints you might give us in this respect.
Thank you very much in advance.
Richard J. Utz, Editor
MORE INFO about DISPUTATIO:
AN INTERNATIONAL TRANSDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
Edited by Carol Poster and Richard J. Utz
Published by Northwestern University Press
Disputatio is an international transdiciplinary annual of the late
middle ages (ca. 1300-1550) published by Northwestern University Press.
Each issue provides exhaustive and diverse treatments of one significant
example of late medieval culture by scholars representing various
nations, approaches, and disciplines. We feature scholary articles,
inclusive review essays, and bibliographies on the topic of each issue.
Preferred length for scholary articles is 4,000-12,000 words and for
research notes under 2,500 words. Review essays will be assigned by the
editors; pelase contact us if you might wish to be assigned a topic. We
are also very commited to publishing bibliographies; please contact us
if you are interested in compiling one. For review essays, inquiries
from younger scholars or those working on dissertations in the field are
particularly welcome. Although the preferred language of Disputatio is
English, we will consider articles in all major European languages and
Latin. All articles not in English must be accompanied by a substantial
abstract in English. Manuscripts must conform to the manual of style of
the Modern Language Association of America. Thus, please provide
endnotes and a 'Works Cited' page, as does the journal PMLA, which can
serve as a model. Although contributors are requested to use hardcopy
for initial submission of manuscripts, final copies of accepted
manuscripts must be submitted on diskette (Microsoft Word for Windows).
Authors should send three copies of the manuscript when submitting
work. All articles will receive blind review by specialists in the
field; final decisions concerning publication, however, rest exclusively
with the editors.
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Carol Poster, Montana State University
Richard J. Utz, University of Tuebingen/University of Northern Iowa
R. James Goldstein, Auburn University
Susanne Hafner, University of Hamburg
Hugo Keiper, University of Graz
Richard A. Lee, Jr., Pennsylvania State University
Bernardo Santano Moreno, Universidad de Extremadura
Frank Ordiway, Princeton University
Michael Randall, Brandeis University
Axel Müller, University of Leeds
Christine Baatz, University of Tuebingen
Maria Angeles Perez Alvarez, Universidad de Extremadura
Geraldine Barnes, University of Sydney
Piero Boitani, Universita di Roma
Peter Brown, University of Kent
Martin Camargo, University of Missouri-Columbia
Andre Crepin, University of Paris IV, Sorbonne
Sheila Delany, Simon Fraser University
Juliette Dor, Universite de Liege
Joerg O. Fichte, Universitaet Tuebingen
Karl Heinz Goeller, Universitaet Regensburg
Renate Haas, Universitaet Kiel
Ullrich Langer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, College de France
Alastair Minnis, University of York
Ulrich Mueller, Universitaet Salzburg
Heiko A. Oberman, University of Arizona
Anna Torti, Universita de Macerata
Bonnie Wheeler, Sourthern Methodist University
Leslie J. Workman, Studies in Medievalism
Werner Wunderlich, Universitaet St. Gallen
DISPUTATIO I (1996): "THE LATE MEDIEVAL EPISTLE"
"Where's the Brief?: The Ars Dictaminis and the Reading/Writing Between
the Lines" (1-17).
"Locating a Public Forum for the Personal Letter in Malory's Morte
"'The Cry of the Chameleon": Evolving Voices in the Epistles of
Christine de Pisan" (37-70).
"Queen Anne in the Lonely, Tear-Soaked Bed of Penelope: Rewriting the
Heroides in Sixteenth Century France" (71-87).
"Female Explorations of Literacy: Epistolary Challenges to the Literary
Canon in the Late Middle Ages" (89-121)
"Women, Commerce, and Writing in Late Medieval England" (132-145).
Captatio Benevolentiae: A Note on the Relationship of Prayer and
Meditation Thretises to the Ars Dictaminis" (147-152).
Francois Rigolot: "L'emergence de la subjectivite litteraire moderne:
les Epitres de l'amant vert de Jean Lemaire de Belges" (153-159).
Romuald I. Lakowski:
"Sir Thomas More's Correspondence: A Survey and Bibliography" (161-179).
Bernadette A. Masters:
"Rev. of Yvonne LeBlanc, 'Va lettre va’: The French Verse Epistle
Janet Luehring and Richard J. Utz:
"Letter Writing in the Late Middle Ages (c. 1250-1600): An Introductory
Bibliography of Critical Studies" (191-229).
DISPUTATIO II (1997):
„CONSTRUCTIONS OF TIME IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES"
(forthcoming September 1997)
DISPUTATIO III (1998): „TRANSFORMATION, TRANSLATION, AND
(Deadline for submissions: November 15, 1997)
"There are, indeed, moments when I could wish that scholars in Middle
English literature would remind themselves that they are not angels, but
anglicists." (E.T. Donaldson)
Dr. phil. Richard J. Utz, Medieval Studies - Englisches Seminar -
Wilhelmstr. 50, D-72076 Tuebingen -GERMANY
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