M. Cecilia Gaposchkin, Dartmouth College
Jonathan Phillips, Royal Holloway, University of London
continue to bring the subject of the Crusades to a place of prominence
and importance. This surge of interest comes on the heels of a
renaissance in Crusade scholarship that has greatly expanded our
understanding of all aspects of the movement. While a western
phenomenon, the Crusades also represented an interactive episode
in which diverse cultures - western Christian, eastern Christian,
Jewish, and Muslim, among others - came into contact, conflict,
Call for Papers
The International Symposium on Crusade Studies
is a quadrennially conference sponsored by the Crusades
Studies Forum at Saint Louis University. Twenty minute scholarly papers on all topics related to the crusade movement are welcome. This year the conference will be held in conjunction with the Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
Paper and session proposals may be submitted online at smrs.slu.edu/cfp.html. Please note in the abstract that the proposal is for the Symposium on Crusade Studies. Abstracts should be received by February 15, 2018.
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