Renaissance Studies is a multi-disciplinary program for faculty and graduate students who work on Renaissance and early modern materials from the 14th to the 17th century. The mission of the program is to foster dialogue and collaboration across disciplines, languages and traditions. Renaissance Studies organizes a vast range of events, including conferences, lecture series, symposia and roundtables. A Ph.D. minor or an area certificate in Renaissance Studies provides the multi-disciplinary education necessary to equip students for research on Renaissance and early modern topics, drawing on a wide selection of courses with a Renaissance / early modern focus.
The Renaissance Studies Blog
The 2017-18 Renaissance Studies Graduate Fellow Jade Liu will continue our series of blog posts titled “Renaissance Perspectives.” While her first post “Renaissance Refugees: A Look into Belonging and Cultural Identity” brings us back to the Renaissance Studies event on September 22, 2017, her second post “Initiation into Archival Research” from June 2018 takes us to the Lilly Library.
- Justin Steinberg, “The Artist and the Police: Decameron 8.3”
Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, 3:30pm
Global & International Studies Building, Room 1112
Justin Steinberg (University of Chicago) will give a talk co-sponsored by the Mary-Margaret Barr Koon Fund of the Department of French & Italian, the Medieval Studies Institute, and the Renaissance Studies Program.