Society for Seventeenth-Century French Studies – Call for papers – (Cambridge, 5-7 September 2013)

Next year’s conference of the Society will take place at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. The theme is ‘Education’. Papers are invited on any aspect of this theme. Possible subjects include: 

  • Women’s education
  • Schools and/or universities
  • Education in the ways of the world
  • Religious education
  • Philosophical perspectives on learning
  • Theories of education
  • Literary representations of learning and education

Proposals for papers (250-300 words) should be sent to the Secretary, Professor Richard Maber (r.g.maber@durham.ac.uk) by 31 January 2013. In order to present a paper at the conference, one must be a member of the Society. For information about joining the Society, please contact the Treasurer and Membership Secretary, Dr Julia Prest (jtp22@st-andrews.ac.uk)

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Le colloque annuel de la Society for Seventeenth-Century French Studies aura lieu l’an prochain à Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Le thème pour cette année sera l’éducation, sous toutes ses formes, y compris:

  • L’éducation des femmes
  • L’école et/ou l’université
  • L’éducation mondaine
  • L’éducation religieuse
  • Perspectives philosophiques sur l’acquisition de la connaissance
  • Théories de l’éducation
  • Représentations littéraires de l’éducation sous toutes ses formes

Des propositions de communication sont à envoyer au Secrétaire, Professor Richard Maber (r.g.maber@durham.ac.uk), avant le 1 février 2013. Pour présenter une communication au colloque, il faut être abonné à la Society for Seventeenth-Century French Studies. On peut s’en informer auprès du Dr Julia Prest (jtp22@st-andrews.ac.uk).



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paolanicolas (2012, December 14). Society for Seventeenth-Century French Studies – Call for papers – (Cambridge, 5-7 September 2013). ESEMP’s notebooks. Retrieved April 25, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/oigk

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