Call for papers Internacional Conference - The government of the bishops in the dioceses of the Portuguese Seaborn Empire, from Asia to America 1514-1750
- Episcopal administration: structures and network of agents;
- Dynamics of episcopal governance;
- Interaction with populations and other powers responsible for disseminating and controlling Catholicism, and the impact of that interaction;
- Ceremonies, and patronage;
- Built heritage.
Submission of proposals: 15 June 2019 (11.59 pm).
Announcement of the acceptance/refusal of proposals: 15 July 2019.
All proposals must be sent to the following email firstname.lastname@example.org, written in Portuguese and English, and include: title, name, email and address of the author(s); institutional affiliation, summary up to 300 characters, abstract (maximum 250 words).
The decision to accept/refuse a proposal will be based on its clarity, relevance, originality, cohesion, and scientific rigour.
No registration fees apply.
Presentations should last no longer than 20 minutes.
Languages to be used in the conference presentations/debates: Portuguese and English.
José Pedro Paiva |CHSC da Universidade de Coimbra|; Jaime Ricardo Gouveia |CHSC da Universidade de Coimbra |; Evergton Sales Souza |Universidade Federal da Bahia|; António Vítor Ribeiro | CHSC da Universidade de Coimbra |.
Ana de Zaballa Beascoechea |Universidade do País Basco|; Ângela Barreto Xavier |ICS – Universidade de Lisboa|; Benedetta Albani |Max Planck Institute for European Legal History|; Bruno Feitler |Universidade Federal de São Paulo - UNIFESP|; Francisco Bethencourt |King’s College London|; Giuseppe Marcocci |University of Oxford, Exeter College|; Inês G. Zupanov |Centre National de la recherche scientifique - CNRS|; Liam Matthew Brockey |Michigan State University - MSU|; Stuart B. Schwartz |Yale University|.