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How a Regional Conference of International Scope Beat COVID-19 and Will Beat It Again
BRENDAN PRAWDZIK To begin our annual business meeting in July 2020, midst plague, an elephant sauntered into the Zoom room.  Patricia Garcia, our then-Present (and current Past President), eyed it with cooly disdainful resignation. “So,"she lofted as the elephant vanished into cyberspace, "should we cancel …
“Scholarly” and “Affirming”: Our Treasurer’s Time with SCRC
TIM MOYLAN As a graduate student, I was encouraged by Dr. Donald Stump, my then instructor and later dissertation director, to submit a paper I wrote for his class on Elizabeth I to the South Central Renaissance Conference.  Although I had taught for almost twenty …
Explorations in Renaissance Culture Wants You (Yes, You)
ANDREW FLECK You probably know that you have access to a really outstanding journal through your organization. You’re buying an electronic subscription to it (and you should use it til you abuse it!). You may even be interested in that old-fashioned thing called a hard …
The Hudson Strode Program Welcomes You to Tuscaloosa
MICHELLE M. DOWD On behalf of the Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies, I am delighted to welcome the South Central Renaissance Conference to our beautiful campus at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa! March is typically a lovely time of year here on campus, …

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