Professor Marie-Luce Demonet
Renaissance French literature; Early modern linguistic theory, semiotics; Early modern fictionality, Arts of discourse, Mind theory (possible worlds, counterfactuals); Rhetoric of orality, writing and printing; Digital scholarly editions
Professor Margaret McGowan
The Renaissance; interdisciplinary approaches to court literature and art; their political and cultural contexts; critical approaches to the History of the Dance and its printed, manuscript and visual sources
Professor Michael Allen
Renaissance philosophy, particularly the Platonism of Marsilio Ficino & Pica della Mirandola; Renaissance poetry, magic, mythology, iconography & hermeneutics; Chaucer, Spenser, Shakespeare.