Text and Image in the Renaissance SAMLA 10/10 | cfp.english.upenn.edu
by Jessica C. Murphy
This panel seeks papers that explore the interplay of text and image in Renaissance works. Topics might include but are not limited to film adaptations or appropriations of Renaissance drama; emblem literature; masques; the visuality of Early Modern theatre performance or contemporary re-stagings; neo-iconoclasm; depictions of women or race or gender; the sermon or religious service as performance; staging power; visual representations ie. paintings, sketches, etc. of Early Modern texts; or book covers, book making, and printing. Please send abstracts of no more than 500 words to Lynne Simpson at email@example.com by April 23.