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Science and Medicine in Renaissance Letters

Posted By Susan Byrne, Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Updated: Wednesday, April 27, 2016

From La Celestina to Pedro Mexía and Juan de Pineda: how was medicine conceptualized and practiced in Renaissance Spain? How was the natural world seen, described and/or used for literary art? How did Renaissance writers draw upon or differ from classical sources such as Pliny or Galen?

 

Please send a single page with both an abstract of less than 150 words and a brief curriculum vitae to both Susan Byrne (susan.byrne[at]yale.edu) and David A. Boruchoff (david.boruchoff[at]mcgill.ca). See the guidelines for CVs on the RSA’s annual meeting page.

Proposals must be received by Tuesday, 24 May 2015.

 

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