Professor Diana Gisolfi participated at the College Art Association meeting in Chicago in February, delivering a paper “Berenson, Vasari, Verona and Venice” in the session “Berenson Fifty Years Later”, that marked fifty years since Bernard Berenson’s death. The papers in the session were varied methodologically and in subject matter, and the session was well attended and well received. Gisolfi organized with Sarah McHam at Rutgers a session on the “Marciana Library in its Historical and Cultural Contexts”, Renaissance Society of America meeting held in Venice in April 2010, which comprised papers by librarians and art/architectural historians, and was introduced by a conservator; she gave the final paper in the session “On Renaissance Library Decorations and the Marciana”. This entire session is scheduled to be published in Ateneo Veneto in September.