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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, History of Art and Architecture, and English Literature each have three representatives. Each member of the RSA selects a primary discipline group upon joining, but can join other groups as well.

These are the expectations for the position. First, and most importantly, a Discipline Representative will encourage and organize panels for the annual meeting, and submit them to the RSA submission site. Such panels will be accepted without further vetting as long as the panels comply with the RSA guidelines. Second, Discipline Representatives make up the Editorial Advisory Board for Renaissance Quarterly and are listed on the journal's masthead; the Editorial Advisory Board is an invaluable resource for the RQ Articles Editor and the RQ Reviews Editor. Finally, some Discipline Representatives engage the members registered in their discipline through their discipline's group pages on the RSA website. Discipline Representatives are convened by the Society's President at the annual meeting and also attend a meeting with the RQ editors.

A Discipline Representative is elected for a three-year term and can, after consultation with the Board, run for a second term.

Discipline Representatives 2012–2014

Americas
Ricardo Padrón
Comparative Literature
Jessica Wolfe
Digital Humanities
Monique O'Connell
Emblems
Mara R. Wade
English Literature
Robert Miola
Karen Nelson
James A. Knapp
French Literature
Tom Conley
Germanic Literature
Ann Marie Rasmussen
Hebraica
Bernard Dov Cooperman
Hispanic Literature
Laura R. Bass
History
Peter Arnade
Kathleen M. Comerford
Katrina Olds
History of Art & Architecture
Karen-edis Barzman
Tracy E. Cooper
John Paoletti
History of the Book, Paleography, and Manuscript Tradition
Andrew Pettegree
History of Classical Tradition
Timothy Kircher
History of Political and Legal Thought
Dennis Romano
History of Religion
Irena Backus
History of Science and Medicine
Monica Azzolini
Humanism
Margaret Meserve
Islamic World
Kaya Sahin
Italian Literature
Walter Stephens
Music
Kate Van Orden
Neo-Latin Literature
Jan Papy
Performing Arts & Theatre
Linda Phyllis Austern
Philosophy
Lodi Nauta
Rhetoric
Peter Mack
Women & Gender Studies
Diana Robin
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