Dialogue figured prominently in theater, in early novelistic forms, in verse, in scientific and philosophical treatises, and as a stand-alone commentary on historical events. How was dialogue used, adapted and/or incorporated into Renaissance art? What could it alone do, or do better than other media?
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.