CFP: Italian Art Society at 16th Century Studies Conference (Bruges, 18-20 Aug 16)

Bruges, Belgium, August 18 - 20, 2016
Deadline: Oct 18, 2015
<http://italianartsociety.org/conferences-lectures/ias-conference-submission-guidelines/>
Submit a proposal to chair an Italian Art Society-sponsored session at
the Sixteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference
Each year, the IAS seeks session proposals that address any issue
relevant to Italian art and architecture during the long sixteenth
century. The Sixteenth Century Society & Conference (SCSC) was founded
to promote scholarship on the early modern era (c.1450-1600), and
actively encourages the participation of international scholars as well
as the integration of younger colleagues into the academic community.
IAS members interested in putting together a panel or linked panels
(even roundtables are possible) should send a brief abstract (250 words
max), session title, a short list of potential or desired speakers
(they need not be confirmed), the name of the chair(s) with email
addresses and affiliation, and a one-page CV to the IAS Program
Committee Chair (programs@italianartsociety.org).
The conference next year will be held August 18-20, 2016 (instead of in
October).
The deadline for submissions of session proposals is October 18, 2015.
See our submission guidelines
(http://italianartsociety.org/conferences-lectures/ias-conference-submission-guidelines/)
for eligibility requirements to propose a session for IAS at SCSC.

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