The CFP for the 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, May 14-17, 2015, is now available.
Some important information from the CFP:
The Congress Committee will schedule only one paper per participant, with the exception of plenary lecturers and those giving papers in the Saturday evening Pseudo Society session, who may give two papers.
The Congress Committee strongly discourages multiple submissions and obliges participants to inform organizers when they submit paper proposals to more than one session. The committee reserves the right to disallow all participation to those who breach professional courtesy by multiple submissions.
The Congress Committee will schedule each participant as paper presenter, panelist, discussant, workshop leader, demonstration participant, poster presenter, presider, or respondent for a maximum of three sessions. Organizers may organize as many sessions as the committee approves.
Organizers of Sponsored and Special Sessions are obliged to forward unused abstracts, together with their Participant Information Forms, to the Medieval Institute by October 1 so that the papers can be considered for General Sessions.
I was going to put down some of the sessions that I am particularly interested in attending, but when the list reached 7 pages, I thought I should not do that.
There is a lot to interest folks at Kalamazoo, even non-medievalists.