2016 meeting of the RSA in Boston
This year, the annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (RSA) took place in the beautiful city of Boston. A couple of LBI members travelled to Massachusetts, organized panels and delivered papers: Together with Sarah Olivia Miglietti (Johns Hopkins University) William Barton organized the panel ‘Authorial Translation in Renaissance Europe’ and spoke himself about ‘Latin and Vernacular Translation in Early Modern Verona: Two Visits to Monte Baldo’. Johanna Luggin gave a paper on ‘Horatian Journeys through Early Modern England’, and our current fellow, Francesco Lucioli together with Paola Ugolini (University at Buffalo) organized a panel on ‘The Spin-Offs of the Orlando furioso’, where he spoke about ‘An Unknown “Spin-Off” of the Furioso: The Agolante affatato by Pier Matteo Antonelli’. As always, the RSA was a nice occasion for meeting with colleagues, publishers, former fellows, incoming guests etc.