Calls for Papers


This page includes postings of calls for papers that are sent to the School and that may be of special interest to our Faculty and Members.

Leeds International Medieval Congress, 1-4 July 2019
The twenty-sixth International Medieval Congress will take place in Leeds, from 1-4 July 2019Please read the guidelines carefully before completing the IMC 2019 Proposal Form. The online proposals system will be available by 31 May 2018. If you would like to apply for an IMC bursary for the IMC 2019, to help with the cost of the Registration and Programming Fee, accommodation and meals at the IMC, please complete the online Bursary Application Form when it becomes available by 31 May 2018. You should submit your Bursary application at the same time as your paper or session proposal. Please visit site for more information. Deadline 30 September 2018.


Only proposals submitted through the online portal can be considered. Authors (maximum of 2) of accepted session proposals will be asked to draft a more concise call for papers of no more than 300 words. This will be posted online on April 3, 2018, and published in the April 2018 issue of the SAH Newsletter. For examples, see the 2018 Call for Papers (session descriptions begin on page 4). To ensure broad participation in the SAH Annual International Conference, individuals are limited to the role of either a session chair OR a speaker. If you are selected as a session chair you may not submit a paper abstract to other sessions to be considered for speaking. Each Session Chair and Speaker is expected to fund his or her own travel and related expenses to participate in the conference. A copy of the Session Chair and Speaker Agreement that includes deadlines and step-by-step processes will be distributed to both Session Chairs and Speakers. Session Chairs and Speakers are required to join SAH and pre-register for the conference starting in August 2018. Contact: For more information, please contact Conference Chair Victoria Young at or SAH Director of Programs Christopher Kirbabas at