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NTRS Conference Sessions

New Technologies and Renaisssance Studies Conference Sessions

Since 2001, Iter/its partners have sponsored sessions on the applications of new technology in scholarly research, publishing, and teaching at annual meetings of the Renaissance Society of America, and of the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference. Sessions feature the contributions made by new and emerging methodologies and the projects that employ them, and the impact of new technologies on research, teaching, publishing, and beyond, in the context of Renaissance Studies. 

Examples of the many areas considered by members of our community can be found in the list of sessions presented at the RSA and the SCSC, and in those papers published thus far in the series New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies.  

 

Student Travel Subventions 

Iter has awarded travel subventions to students participating in these sessions; a list of award recipients follows.

Renaissance Society of America 

New Orleans 2018
        Damiano Acciarino, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia 
        Randa El Khatib, University of Victoria
        Marie-France Guénette, Université de Montréal
        Leonie Kirchhoff, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
        Lino Mioni, Indiana University Bloomington

Chicago 2017
        Andrew Brown, Yale University
        Whitney Sperrazza, Indiana University Bloomington

Boston 2016
        Maria Chappell, University of Georgia
        Lisa Tagliaferri, Graduate Center, CUNY
        Elisabetta Tonello, Università degli Studi di Ferrara

Berlin 2015
        Kristin deGhetaldi, University of Delaware
        Maria Kozlowska, Jagiellonian University

New York 2014
        Nickoal Eichmann, University of Indiana
        Heather Froelich, University of Strathclyde

San Diego 2013
        Daniel Powel, University of Victoria

Washington 2012
        Eric Nebeker, University of California, Santa Barbara

Montreal 2011
        Seokyung Han, SUNY Binghamton
        Yongguang Hu, SUNY Binghamton
        Paul Meyer, Universitiy of Illinois

Venice 2010
        Jordan J. Ballor, Universität Zürich
        Tassie Gniady, University of California, Santa Barbara
        Kris McAbee, University of California, Santa Barbara
        Todd Rester, Calvin Theological Seminary
        Kathleen Smith, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
        David Sytsma, Princeton Theological Seminary

 

Sixteenth Century Society and Conference

New Orleans 2014
        Matt Lincoln, University of Maryland
        Molly Taylor-Polesky, Stanford University
        Erica Zimmer, Boston University

Cincinnati 2012
        Diane Jakacki, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

 

 

 

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