Scoticonference 2023

The International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Languages, Literature and Culture

Call for papers

Welcome

ICMRSLLC will be holding its 17th triennial conference — affectionately nicknamed Scoticonference because the acronym is unpronounceable — at the University of St Andrews, 18-23 July 2023.

Co-Organisers: Professor Rhiannon Purdie (School of English) and Dr Amy Blakeway (School of History), with conference administrator Dr Samantha Bruce-Benjamin (School of English).

Contact: [email protected]

The Call for Papers is now open.

Plenary Speakers

Thomas Clancy (University of Glasgow)

Bryony Coombs (Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh)

Sebastiaan Verweij (University of Bristol)

Ralph Hanna (emeritus University of Oxford) and Alasdair A. MacDonald (emeritus University of Groningen) will be running a special plenary workshop on Scholarly Editing.

Venues

Conference accommodation will be available at Whitehorn residence.

The conference itself will be based at the university’s Younger Hall, North St, St Andrews. Papers will begin in the morning of Wed, 19th July and run until the end of the day on Sat, 22nd July.

Younger Hall

The conference banquet and ceilidh will take place on the Saturday evening at Lower and Upper College Hall in St Salvator’s Quadrangle, North Street.

St Salvator's Quadrangle

Crèche Facilities

kids drawing We hope to be able to offer on-site crèche facilities and will be applying for a University of St Andrews Diversity Fund grant to cover the costs.  If you would like to place children in these, please include details of how many, their ages and any other relevant information with your paper proposal. We will not be able to increase numbers at a later date, so if this is something you are interested in please include this information at this stage, even if you may later make other arrangements.