I haven’t done this lately, have I? And I have a whole bunch of them in my mailbox.
CFP: New Worlds Reflected: representations of utopia, the New World and other worlds 1500-1800, London, December 2005. Deadline for abstracts: 20 May 2005.
CFP: Early Modern Terrorism: Atrocity and political violence 1500-1700, Manchester, November 2005. Deadline: 3 June 2005.
CFP: Behaving Badly – Again!, Nottingham, September 2005. Proposals on various “aspects of Bad Behaviour and Crime, past and present”, by 13 June 2005.
CFP: Queens and Power in Medieval and Early Modern England, Lincoln, Nebraska, US, March 2006. Invites proposals ranging “from discussions of actual medieval and early modern queen consorts and queen regnants, depictions of queens in medieval and early modern English literature, theories about women’s rule, and popular representations of queens of this period”. Deadline: 15 June 2005.
CFP: Renaissance Lives, Roehampton, UK, October 2005. Papers invited on the following themes: “classical and Renaissance biography; modern biography; hidden/invented/exemplary lives; constructions of the self; astrology; popular and formal portrayal in ballads, chapbooks, portraiture, or funerary sculpture; literary, historical or artistic figures in film, theatre and fiction; or any combination of these topics”. Deadline for proposals: 30 June 2005.
CFP: Rediscovering radicalism in the British Isles and Ireland 1550-1770, London, June 2006. Deadline for papers: 31 July 2005.
CFP: British Society for 18th-Century Studies Annual Conference, Oxford, January 2006. Proposals invited “for individual papers and especially for full panels of three (or, exceptionally, four papers) on any aspect of the long 18th century, not only in Britain but throughout Europe and the wider world”, by 30 September 2005.
Update: Just got word of this conference in my C18-L mailbox:
Gender and Popular Culture 1650-1750, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 21-22 October 2005.