Jan 15 Deadline for VIT-RCAC (one semester; Italy and the Byzantine/Ottoman Empire); Feb 1 deadline for Mellon (3-6 months), Smyth (3 months), Tobey (prints and drawings; 3 Months), and Graduate (one semester).
The current issue includes Stefano Carrai's " State of the Field" of Italian Literature, and articles by R. Nicosia, J. Haraguchi, M.S. Hansen, A.R. Jones, O.J. Margolis, C. Vecce, and G. Zak. Read Jane Tylus' Editor's Note. Read more about ITS 17/2 now available on JSTOR
• Jessica Goethals, Setting the Siege of Florence in the Literary Imagination • Joost Keizer, Leonardo da Vinci and Renaissance Allegory • Laura Moretti, Nella stanza de suoni. Naming spaces in the houses of collectors and patrons of the arts in Cinquecento Italy Read more about Fellows Seminar III: Coining Languages
• Lia Markey, Stradano’s Nova Reperta and the Renaissance Representation of Invention and Globalization • Sean Roberts, Sabotage! Rivalry, Technology, and the Making of Renaissance Prints • Gregorio Saldarriaga Escobar, A Botany of Discovery: American Fruit and European Knowledge in the West Indies, 16th-17th centuries Read more about Fellows Seminar IV
• Lucio Biasiori, "A letter by the Master of the Hospitallers": Prophecy and Politics from the 14th to the 18th century • Dávid Falvay, The Meditationes Vitae Christi and its Influence on Fourteenth-century Italian Culture • Cyril Gerbron, The Mineral Metamorphoses of Christ in Quattrocento Italian Painting Read more about Fellows Seminar V