International Association for Robin Hood Studies
Call for Papers
2022 Conference of the Southeastern Medieval Association
10-12 November in Birmingham, Alabama
Robin Hood and other medieval outlaws of fact and fiction engage in a variety of physical endeavors: archery, swordsmanship, wrestling, quarterstaff, hunting, even cross-dressing; they also pursue and escape (or seek to escape). When they fail to escape, their bodies may be tortured or killed in some manner. Living or dead, their bodies may also be objects, the subject of the gaze.
In keeping with the
2022 conference theme of the Southeastern Medieval Association (SEMA), “The
Body and the Human,” the International Association for Robin Hood Studies
invites paper proposals for two sessions titled “Outlaw Bodies.” SEMA 2022
will be in-person in Birmingham, Alabama, 10-12 November. Please send a 150- to 250-word abstract or
proposal on any aspect of medieval outlaw bodies – historical, fictional,
dramatized, filmed, etc. – to Sherron Lux at email@example.com by Sunday, 26 June
2022, with any technology requests.