Please join us for two roundtables on teaching and research with recent IU PhDs doing exciting work, exploring new frontiers, and bringing new energy to Renaissance and early modern studies.
Speakers include Jennifer Cavalli (College of Charleston), Tim Chenette (Utah State University), Robert “Moses” Fritz (Murray State University), Isabella Magni (Newberry Library), Evan Ragland (Notre Dame University), and Whitney Sperrazza (University of Kansas).
11:30 a.m. Session I: “Teaching the Renaissance NOW.” Mini-master classes where each presenter will share an example of how to make the study of the Renaissance relevant today, with a focus on one specific innovative approach or classroom tool.
4 p.m. Session II: “Renaissance Studies NOW.” Presenters will give brief examples of the best work they do before we open for a general discussion of the state of the field.
This event is made possible through the support of the College Arts and Humanities Institute, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Barr Koon Fund of the Department of French and Italian, and the Departments of English, of History, of Music Theory and of Spanish and Portuguese. Join us for a reception afterward.
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