2010 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference

Charterhouse of San Lorenzo lectionary and capitulary, Case MS 75
Charterhouse of San Lorenzo lectionary and capitulary, Case MS 75
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Renaissance Graduate Programs
Thursday, January 21, 2010 to Saturday, January 23, 2010

The 2010 conference featured a keynote address by Jean Howard of Columbia University.

See the complete program and the online Selected Conference Proceedings publication.

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Graduate student organizers:

  • Julie Grissom, History of Science Department, University of Oklahoma
  • David Hahn, Department of English, University of Chicago
  • Megan Heffernan, Department of English, University of Chicago
  • Denna Iammarino, Department of English, Marquette University
  • April Morris, Department of Art History, University of Texas at Austin
  • Dana Schumacher, Department of English, University of Minnesota
  • Amrita Sen, Department of English, Michigan State University
  • Beth Zold, Department of English, Illinois State University

The following graduate student presented papers:

David Alcalde, Department of Spanish, University of Colorado-Boulder
Julie Ayers, Department of Art History, University of Missouri-Columbia
Valerie Baehl, Department of English, DePaul University
Lisa Barksdale-Shaw, Department of English, Michigan State University
Janet Bartholomew, Department of English, Michigan State University
Sherri Bishop, Department of Music, Indiana University
Reilley Bishop-Stall, Department of Art History, McGill University
Thomas Blake, Jr., Department of English, University of Iowa
Nile Blunt, Department of History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Mollie Bodin, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Laura Branch, Department of History, University of Warwick
Steven Catania, Department of History, Loyola University Chicago
William Cavert, Department of History, Northwestern University
Alexander DeGuise, Department of History, McGill University
Kerry Delaney, Department of English, University of Iowa
Cecelia Dorger, Department of Art History, University of Louisville
Eric Dunnum, Department of English, Marquette University
Danielle Duvick, Department of English, Illinois State University
Tracy Evans, Department of French, University of Minnesota
Gretchen Frank, Department of English, Illinois State University
Ari Friedlander, Department of English, University of Michigan
Filippo Gianferrari, Department of Italian, University of Notre Dame
Denise Giannino, Department of Art History, University of Kansas
Ingrid Greenfield, Department of Art History, University of Chicago
Sarah Gretter, Department of Spanish, Purdue University
Mark Hailwood, Department of History, University of Warwick
Carissa Harris, Department of English, Northwestern University
Angela McClain Heetderks, Department of English, University of Michigan
Joshua Held, Department of English, Indiana University
Corrine Hinton, Department of English, St. Louis University
Lauren Horn-Griffin, Department of Theology, Vanderbilt University
Robert Imes, Department of English, University of Alberta
Anne James, Department of English, University of Alberta
Geoffrey Johns, Department of English, Michigan State University
Jake Johnson, Department of Music, University of Chicago
Ginger Jurecka-Blake, Department of English, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Russell Keck, Department of English, Purdue University
Charles Keenan, Department of History, Northwestern University
Amanda Kellogg, Department of English, University of North Texas
Adam Ladd, Department of Art History, Kent State University
Tamara Lewis, Department of Religion, Vanderbilt University
Michael Mackey, Department of English, University of Akron
Mike Malone, Department of History, St. Louis University
Anna Mascorella, Department of Art History, University of Illinois at Chicago
Melody Maxted-Wittry, Department of Art History, University of Minnesota
Sonja Mayrhofer, Department of Comparative Literature, University of Iowa
Patrick McGrath, Department of English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Caitlin McHugh, Department of English, University of Minnesota
Cathy McNeese, Department of English, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Catherine Medici-Thiemann, Department of History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Charles-Louis Métivier, Department of French, University of Pittsburgh
Jenny Meyer, Department of French, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Joshua Miller, Department of English, University of Akron
Brad Mollman, Department of History, Tulane University
Stephanie Nadalo, Department of History, Northwestern University
Katie Nelson, Department of History, University of Warwick
Stephanie Norris, Department of English, University of Iowa
Michael O’Brien, Department of Spanish, University of Kansas
Karen Olson, Department of Music, Washington University
Katharine Phelps, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh
Nathan Probasco, Department of History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lise Schlosser, Department of English, Northern Illinois University
Michael Slater, Department of English, Northwestern University
Greta Smith, Department of English, Miami University
Anthony Stagliano, Department of English, DePaul University
Erin Sutherland, Department of Art History, Washington University
Silvia Tita, Department of Art History, University of Michigan
Steven Torzok, Department of Art History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Maria Wagner, Department of History, Loyola University Chicago
Maria Wendeln, Department of History, Wayne State University
James Wermers, Department of English, University of Arizona
Jennifer Westrick, Department of History, Washington University
Jenna Whittaker, Department of English, Indiana University
Colin Wilder, Department of History, University of Chicago
Lizzy Williamson, Department of English, Queen Mary, University of London
Julia Wise, Department of English, University of Akron
Jane Wong, Department of English, University of Alberta
Jonnetta Woodward, Department of English, Miami University

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