The Southeastern Renaissance Conference (SRC) is a regional conference of The Renaissance Society of America (RSA). It is the second oldest regional Renaissance Conference in the United States. The SRC is open to scholars from all disciplines across the arts and humanities and welcomes new members. Bringing together scholars from all stages of professional life – from graduate students to senior faculty – the SRC’s Annual Meeting promises collegial and invigorating discussion of all things early modern.
The SRC holds its Annual Meeting in the Fall, rotating meeting locations each year. On odd-numbered years, the SRC meets on the campus of one of its four sponsoring institutions: the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the University of South Carolina at Columbia. On even-numbered years, the meeting is hosted by another college or university in the Southeast. Essays submitted to the Annual Meeting are likewise considered for publication in Renaissance Papers, the SRC’s distinguished yearly journal.