Medieval Spatial Theory: Scholastic, Natural, Geographical, and Other Philosophies of Space

The “spatial turn” in the humanities and other disciplines has described space in a variety of ways, but this panel addresses how philosophy and other discourses theorized space in the medieval and Early Modern periods. It seeks papers that explore Aristotelian and other sciences, as well as other writings, for how they thought about the characteristics, parameters, and other features of places, distance, and space itself.

Abstracts due by September 15, 2017

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