Renaissance and Early Modern Studies Academic Year 2022 – 2023 Jump To: General Information Address 207 Scheide Caldwell House Phone 609-258-4086 Website Program in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies Program Offerings: Interdepartmental Program Department for program: Spanish and Portuguese African American Studies American Studies Art and Archaeology Religion Classics Comparative Literature East Asian Studies English French and Italian German Politics History History of Science Music Composition Musicology Near Eastern Studies Director of Graduate Studies: Nigel Smith Graduate Program Administrator: Barbara Leavey Overview At Princeton, Renaissance and Early Modern Studies is a cross-disciplinary association under the general auspices of the Council of the Humanities. There is a standing interdepartmental committee of faculty members, and a number of recognized graduate student organizers. We seek to foster interdisciplinary discussion and cooperation among members of the University engaged in the study of Renaissance and early modern culture in Europe, the Mediterranean, the Americas, Asia and Africa. We help maintain Princeton’s traditional strength and high standing in this field, and we encourage innovative developments within the subject. There is an unusually rich array of specialists in Renaissance and early modern history, history of science, English, European and East Asian literatures, history of art and architecture, music, and philosophy. There is also a wider representation from other fields among those related to Renaissance and early modern studies. Interested students should apply for graduate study through an individual affiliated department, and not through the program. Program Offerings Interdepartmental Program Program description In addition to a program of public lectures, workshops, conferences and symposia, designed in collaboration with other departments and programs, we sponsor longer term visiting specialists, panel sessions at the Renaissance Society of America annual meetings, and we facilitate the use of regional resources for early modern study, such as the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington. Courses Courses are offered through affiliated departments. Students interested in interdisciplinary Renaissance or early modern study should consult with their departmental adviser as well as the director of the program or members of the program committee. Faculty Director Nigel Smith Executive Committee Bradin T. Cormack, English Anthony T. Grafton, History Wendy Heller, Music Tera W. Hunter, History, <i>ex officio</i> Thomas D. Kaufmann, Art and Archaeology Esther H. Schor, English, <i>ex officio</i> Carolyn Yerkes, Art and Archaeology Associated Faculty Joel B. Lande, German Christina H. Lee, Spanish & Portuguese For a full list of faculty members and fellows please visit the department or program website.