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Discipline Representatives

Discipline Representatives are elected every three years for twenty-five disciplines in Renaissance studies. Most disciplines have one representative, but the larger fields of history, art and architecture, and English literature each have three representatives. Each member of the RSA selects a primary discipline group upon joining the Society, but may join other groups as well.

Discipline Representatives have three responsibilities. First, they organize conference panels (up to a limit of five) in their subject areas for the RSA Annual Meeting, and submit them to the RSA submission site. This helps to ensure a good balance of disciplines in the conference program. Such panels are accepted by the program committee without further vetting as long as the panels comply with the RSA guidelines.

Second, Discipline Representatives make up the Advisory Committee for Renaissance Quarterly and are listed in the journal. The Advisory Committee is an invaluable resource for the RQ Articles Editor and the RQ Reviews Editor.

Finally, Discipline Representatives also serve on the RSA Council, which meets at the Annual Meeting.

A Discipline Representative is elected for a three-year term and may, after consultation with the Executive Committee of the RSA Board of Directors, run for a second term.

Discipline Representatives 2018–20

Africana Studies
Janie Cole
Eric R. Dursteler
Carina Johnson
Alexandra Walsham

Alejandra B. Osorio

Brian Jeffrey Maxson

Art and Architecture
Cammy Brothers
Ethan Matt Kavaler
Bronwen Wilson

Islamic World
Kaya Sahin

Book History
Earle Havens
Italian Literature
Eleonora Stoppino

Classical Tradition
Gordon Braden

Legal and Political Thought
Todd Butler

Comparative Literature
Marsha S. Collins

Medicine and Science
Caroline Petit

Digital Humanities
Angela Dressen
Evan MacCarthy

William E. Engel

Neo-Latin Literature
Susanna de Beer

English Literature
Susannah Monta
Joseph M. Ortiz
Ramie Targoff

Performing Arts and Theater
Robert Henke

French Literature
Philip John Usher

David A. Lines

Germanic Literature
James Parente

Tamar Herzig

Dana E. Katz

Elizabeth Skerpan-Wheeler

Hispanic Literature
Miguel Martínez
Women and Gender 
Mihoko Suzuki

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