Renaissance Studies

(The median citation count of Renaissance Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
The Diplomacy of Clara Gonzaga, countess of Montpensier‐Bourbon: Gendered perspectives of family duty, honour and female agency2
Literalising Metaphor in the Poetry of Robert Southwell2
Visions in stone: Illusion, animation and the devotional gaze in the art of Northern Italy2
A visual testament by Luca Riva, a deaf and mute pupil of the Procaccini2
‘The Spanish seignor’ or the transnational peregrinations of an anti‐Hispanic Dutch broadsheet1
Feathers and the Making of Luxury Experiences at the Sixteenth‐Century Spanish Court1
How Gabriel Harvey read tragedy*1
The evidence of hearsay in criminal proceedings from Late Renaissance France1
Early modern reader management: begin+infinitive as a discourse marker in P. C. Hooft’s Dutch prose1
Female Representation and Violence in the Ceremonial Entries of the Italian Wars1
Re‐reading a quatrain by Mary Queen of Scots1
‘Fair Quiet, have I found thee here?’: The relationship between garden settings and otium–negotium in sixteenth‐century philosophical dialogues1
Moral Instruction by Bad Example: The First Latin Translations of Theophrastus’ Characters☆1
The Porter and the Jesuits: Macbeth and the Forgotten History of Equivocation1
‘The Rose and Lily Queen’: Henrietta Maria’s fair face and the power of beauty at the Stuart court1
A Donatello for Rome, a Memling for Florence. The maritime transports of the Sermattei of Florence†1
Federico da Montefeltro e Francesco di Giorgio Martino. Urbino crocevia delle arti (Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino, 23 June–9 October 2022). Catalogue by AlessandroAngelini, GabrieleFattorini0
Reprinting the Colonial Past: Compilation, Inter‐visuality, and Argumentative Strategy in John Smith’s Generall Historie of Virginia0
MarselGrosso and GianmarioGuidarelli. Tintoretto and Architecture, trans by David Kerr from the Italian text of 2018. Venice: Marsilio, 2019. 224 pp. €25.00. ISBN: 9788831743839 (pb).0
Material Metaphors for Literary Form: Robert Burton's ‘Perused’ Copy of Theatrum Urbium Italicarum (1599)0
Sovereign Spaces: Mise‐en‐page and the Politics of English Royal Correspondence in the Sixteenth Century*0
SubhaMukherji and TimStuart‐Buttle (eds.), Literature, Belief and Knowledge in Early Modern England: Knowing Faith. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. xvii + 300 pp. £99.99. ISBN 978‐3‐319‐71358‐80
Changing Jerome’s Bible: Biblical quotations in the patristic translations of Lampugnino Birago (1390–1472) and George of Trebizond (1396–1472/3)☆0
Reading for musical knowledge in early sixteenth‐century Italy: Introduction0
LauraKolb, Fictions of Credit in the Age of Shakespeare. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021. x + 223 pp. £60.00. ISBN 978‐0‐19‐885969‐7 (hb).0
JohnCreaser, Milton and the Resources of the Line. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022. xviii + 413pp. 103.50 GBP. ISBN 978‐0‐19‐286425‐3.0
All roads lead from Rome: the transcultural career of Francisco de Reynoso0
Racecraft and the Indian Queen in The Temple of Love (1635)0
Vor Dürer. Kupferstich wird Kunst (Frankfurt am Main, Städel Museum), 28 September 2022–22 January 2023. Catalogue edited by Martin Sonnabend, Vor Dürer ‐ Kupferstich wird Kunst: deutsche un0
Rosa MariaPiccione ed., Greeks, Books and Libraries in Renaissance Venice. Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2021. x + 401 pp. $103.99. ISBN: 9783110577082 (hb).0
Captaining Men's Souls: Richard Hakluyt's Ministerial Works0
Jahangir's China and Other Toys: Mughal Collecting and the Early East India Company0
Transnational literary exchange in the early modern Low Countries0
GianniPaganini, Margaret C.Jacob, and John ChristianLaursen, (eds.), Clandestine Philosophy: New Studies on Subversive Manuscripts in Early Modern Europe, 1620‐1823. Los Angeles: University of Toronto0
‘Come parto imperfetto’: Paratexts and organization in a sixteenth‐century book of secrets0
John S.Garrison and GoranStanivukovic (eds.), Ovid and Masculinity in English Renaissance Literature. Montreal: McGill‐Queen's University Press, 2020. 315 pp. $75.00. ISBN 9780228003441 (hb).0
Theatre on Tour: Amsterdam’s Schouwburg as a European Hub0
Sigrun HøgetveitBerg, Rognald HeiseldalBergesen and Roald ErnstKristiansen, eds. The Protracted Reformation in the North. Vol. 3 from the Project ‘The Protracted Reformation in Northern Norway’. Berli0
Ass‐troll‐ogical Nashe: Revisiting Two Dangerous Comets and A Wonderful Prognostication0
The space in between. Creating meaning between Richard Fanshawe’s original and translated poetry0
A New Masaccio—and Other Low‐Life Images—from Anton Francesco Grazzini's Florentine Art History0
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JasonScott‐Warren, Shakespeare's First Reader: the Paper Trails of Richard Stonley. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019. ix + 330 pp. $45.00/£39.00. ISBN 978‐0812251456 (hb).0
KatieBank, Knowledge Building in Early Modern English Music. Abingdon: Routledge, 2020. xi+281pp. £96.00, ISBN 978‐0367519704 (hb).0
Marie‐ClaudeCanova‐Green and Sara J.Wolfson (eds.), The Wedding of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, 1625: Celebrations and Controversy. Turnhout: Brepols, 2020. 365 pp. €100.00, ISBN: 978‐2‐503‐58532‐1 0
UlrikeStrasser, Missionary Men in the Early Modern World: German Jesuits and Pacific Journeys. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2020. 274 pp. €106,00. ISBN 9789462986305 (hb).0
Anthony Copley and the paradoxes of parody0
Raphael (National Gallery, London, 9 April–31 July 2022). Raphael, exh. cat., David Ekserdjian and Tom Henry, National Gallery Global, London, distributed by Yale University Press, 2022,0
Vermeer (Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum), 10 February–4 June 2023. Catalogue edited by Pieter Roelofs and Gregor J. M. Weber. Rijksmuseum/Hannibal Books, 2023. 320 pp 200 color illus. Euro 59. ISBN 9780
TianhuHao, Milton in China. Hang Zhou: Zhejiang University Press, 2020. x + 333 pp. ¥68. ISBN: 978‐7‐308‐20633‐4 (pb).0
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Displaying secrecy in George Gascoigne’s The Adventures of Master F.J.*0
Halting Jacob in Early Modern Sermons0
Le corps et l'âme. De Donatello à Michel‐Ange. Sculptures Italiennes de la Renaissance (Musée du Louvre, Paris, 22 October–21 June 2021)/Il corpo e l'anima. Da Donatello a Michelangelo. Scultura itali0
Reading Europe in the Renaissance: continent, personification and myth in Ronsard's Discours de l'alteration et change des choses humaines0
A Venetian Secretary's Expertise. Marcantonio Donini and his Three Dialogues… on the Ottoman Empire and ‘Turkish’ Affairs0
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AngelaAndreani, The Elizabethan Secretariat and the Signet Office: The Production of State Papers, 1590–1596. New York and London: Routledge, 2017. xvi + 204 pp. £115.00. ISBN 978‐1‐138‐70250‐9 (hb).0
Elizabeth I, Thomas Tallis and Judith: music, resistance and the iconography of power0
Aretino: Conjuring the Sensuous City0
Hugo van der Goes. Between Pain and Bliss (Gemäldegalerie—Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, March 31–July 16, 2023). Catalogue by Stephan Kemperdick and Erik Eising with the collaboration of Till‐HolgerBor0
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ElaineLeong, Recipes and Everyday Knowledge: Medicine, Science, and the Household in Early Modern England. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2018. 282 pp. ISBN 978‐0‐226‐58366‐2 £68.00 0
Tudor Mystery: The Master of the Countess of Warwick (Compton Verney), 4 February–7 May 2023. Catalogue by Amy Orrock with contributions by Edward Town, Tudor Mystery: The Master of the Coun0
EvanHaefeli, Accidental Pluralism: America and the Religious Politics of English Expansion, 1497–1662. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2021. viii + 384 pp. $45.00. ISBN 978‐0‐226‐0
DebapriyaSarkar, Possible Knowledge: The Literary Forms of Early Modern Science. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023. 280 pp. $65.00. ISBN 978–1–5128‐2335‐6 (hb).0
A prosopographical study of early modern English schoolmasters, c.1480–c.16500
Provincial luxury in Renaissance Verona0
TamsinBadcoe. Edmund Spenser and the Romance of Space. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019. 344 pp. £80.00. ISBN: 978‐1‐5261‐3967‐2 (hb).0
FernandaAlfieri and TakashiJinno (eds.), Christianity and Violence in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period: Perspectives from Europe and Japan. Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2021. vi + 197 0
Miranda FayThomas, Shakespeare’s Body Language: Shaming Gestures and Gender Politics on the Renaissance Stage. London: Arden Shakespeare, 2020. xiii + 252 pp. £75 ISBN. 978‐1350035478 (hb).0
Pelopidarum secunda: a ‘site of memory’ in the history of Elizabethan revenge tragedy0
Rome: Sacred City Re‐visited0
JoannePaul, Counsel and Command in Early Modern English Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. viii + 244 pp. £75. ISBN 978‐1108490177 (hb).0
The Three Ladies of London (ca. 1581): Re‐Reading Anxieties of Anglo‐Ottoman Exchanges Through Critical Race Theory0
De Bentvueghels. Een berucht kunstgenootschap in Rome 1620–1720 (Utrecht, Centraal Museum), 11 February–4 June 2023. Catalogue by Liesbeth M.Helmus. Amsterdam: Spectrum Uitgeverij, 2023. 416pp 0
Advertising doubt in early modern Italy: Doubt and ignorance in early modern paratexts0
‘Materie piacevolissime da leggere e utili da essequire’: The introductory letters in Leonardo Fioravanti's Capricci medicinali0
LauraMoretti, Pleasure in Profit: Popular Prose in Seventeenth‐Century Japan. New York: Columbia University Press, 2020. xvi + 416 pp. $40.00 / £34.00. ISBN 9780231197236 (pb).0
Biting one’s tongue: autoglossotomy and agency in The Spanish Tragedy0
Titian: Love, Desire, Death (16 March–14 June 2020, prolonged until 17 January 2021). Catalogue edited by Matthias Wivel with essays by Beverly LouiseBrown, JillDunkerton, PaulHills, LeliaPacker, Javi0
‘Self‐confidence and Self‐Conceit Render Men Fools’: Seventeenth‐Century ‘Self‐’ Compounds, Puritan Discourse and Early Modern Subjectivity0
AnthonyOssa‐Richardson, A History of Ambiguity. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2019. xi + 469 pp. $49.95/£42.00 ISBN 9780691167954 (hb).0
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HannahMarcus, Forbidden Knowledge: Medicine, Science, and Censorship in Early Modern Italy. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2020. 380 pp. $45.00. ISBN: 978‐0‐226‐73658‐7 (hb).0
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Transnational Literary Activity, Diplomacy and Crisis: The Revenger’s Tragedy and Theodore Rodenburgh’s Wraeckgierigers treur‐spel0
Jean‐MarcMandosio (ed.), Jacques Lefèvre d'Étaples, La Magie naturelle / De Magia naturali: I. L'Influence des astres. Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2018. cii + 386 pp. €29.00. ISBN 9782251448763 (pb).0
The role of the Praenotamenta of Jodocus Badius Ascensius in shaping early modern dramatic criticism0
And he shall rule over you: Genesis and the sexes in Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron0
Knowing the Maghreb in Stuart Scotland, Ireland and Northern England0
Aretino Jesuited: an English Translation of the Sette Salmi in Seventeenth‐Century Douai0
LauraFernández González, Philip II of Spain and the Architecture of Empire. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2021. 240 pp. $94.95. ISBN: 978‐0‐271‐08724‐5 (hb).0
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Hester Pulter's Psalmic Poems0
Albrecht Dürer's Material World (Manchester, Whitworth Art Gallery, 30 June 2023–10 March 2024). Catalogue by Edward H.Wouk and JenniferSpinks (eds.). Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2023. 220
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Pius II and the Andreis (1462): Textual Circulation, Crusade Promotion and Papal Power0
Wynkyn de Worde, Stephen Hawes, and the improvisation of genre in early sixteenth‐century English poetry0
“[A]ltered that a litle which before I had written”: how Margaret Hoby wrote and rewrote her manuscript0
Marisa AnneBass, AnneGoldgar, HannekeGrootenboer, and ClaudiaSwan, Conchophilia: Shells, Art, and Curiosity in Early Modern Europe. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2021. 242 pp. $49.95 / £40.000
StefanoVillani, Making Italy Anglican: Why the Book of Common Prayer was Translated into Italian. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022. xiv ± 292 pp. £64. ISBN 978‐0‐19‐758773‐7 (hb).0
Pesellino: A Renaissance Master Revealed (London, The National Gallery, 7 December 2023 –10 March 2024). Catalogue by Laura Llewellyn (ed.), with contributions by Jill Dunkerton and Nathaniel Silver. 0
CammyBrothers, Giuliano da Sangallo and the Ruins of Rome. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2022. 320 pp. $75/£58. ISBN 978‐0‐69‐119379‐3 (hb).0
Putting Galileo in his Place: Geographical Origins and the Rhetoric of Scholarly Credibility0
The Conversion of Gottfried Rabe: Visual Propaganda and Conversion in Early Seventeenth‐Century Germany0
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Taddeo di Bartolo (Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria, Perugia, 28 May–30 August 2020). Catalogue by Gail E.Solberg, with contributions by EmanueleZappasodi, VeruskaPicchiarelli, DonalCooper, AlbertoMaria0
EmilyMichelson, Catholic Spectacle and Rome's Jews: Early Modern Conversion and Resistance. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2022. 352 pp. $39.95/£35.00. ISBN 978‐0‐691‐21133‐6 (hb).0
TheresaEarenfight, Catherine of Aragon Infanta of Spain, Queen of England. Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2021. 266 pp. $34.95. ISBN: 978‐0‐271‐09164‐8 (hb).0
Latin and the Transmission of the Vernacular: Multilingualism and Interculturality in the Tragedies of Jacob Zevecotius0
Jeffrey Chipps Smith, Albrecht Dürer and the Embodiment of Genius: Decorating Museums in the Nineteenth Century. Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2020. xiv + 41pp. $99.95. ISBN 978‐00
‘All you that be young, whom I do now represent’: Doctrine, Deception and Discontent in Lusty Juventus0
William E.Engel, The Printer as Author in Early Modern English Book History: John Day and the Fabrication of a Protestant Memory Art. New York, NY: Routledge, 2022. xii + 220 pp. ISBN 978‐0‐367‐14588‐0
The Medici: Portraits and Politics, 1512–1570 (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26 June–11 October 2021). Catalogue: The Medici: Portraits and Politics, 1512–1570, ed. Keith Christiansen and Car0
Transnational networks and radical religion: Johannes Rothe and the construction of prophetic charisma0
Sisterhood and the law in Thomas Watson’s Antigone0
An Unpublished Autograph Letter from Sir Philip Sidney to Carolus Clusius, 21 April 15760
The work of style0
Images of Wartime Sexual Violence in the Chronicles of Giovanni Villani and Giovanni Sercambi*0
GavinAlexander, EmmaGilby, and AlexanderMarr (eds.), The Places of Early Modern Criticism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021. 289pp. £70, ISBN: 978‐0‐19‐883468‐7 (hb).0
Donatello. Il Rinascimento (Florence, Palazzo Strozzi and Museo Nazionale del Bargello, 19 March–31 July 2022). Catalogue Donatello. Il Rinascimento ed. Francesco Caglioti. Venice: Marsilio Art0
RichardMackenney, Venice as the Polity of Mercy: Guilds, Confraternities, and the Social Order, c. 1250–c.1650. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2019. 496 pp. $90.00. ISBN 978‐1442649682 (hb).0
YvonneOwens, Abject Eroticism in Northern Renaissance Art: The Witches and Femme Fatales of Hans Baldung Grien. London: Bloombsury Visual Arts, 2020. 294 pp. £90.00. ISBN 978‐1‐7845‐3729‐6 (hb).0
Ita Mac Carthy. The Grace of the Italian Renaissance. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2020. 272 pp. $35.00/£30.00. ISBN 978‐0‐691‐17548‐5 (hb).0
‘By consultation of elevated minds’: the role of paratexts in Giovanni Battista Calderari's comedies0
Globalism, Transculturalism, and the Corporate Empire0
N. H.Keeble, JohnCoffey, TimCooper, and TomCharlton (eds.). Reliquiæ Baxterianæ Or, Mr Richard Baxter’s Narrative of the Most Memorable Passages of his Life and Times. Oxford: Oxford University Press,0
Renewing the Auld Alliance: Marie Stuart’s poetics and the Catholic League’s politics0
JyotsnaSingh, A Companion to the Global Renaissance: Literature and Culture in the Era of Expansion, 1500–1700, 2nd Edition. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2021. 528 pp. £150.00. ISBN 978‐1‐119‐62626‐8 (hb)0
Ethiopian Christians on the margins: Symbolic blackness in Filippino Lippi's Adoration of the Magi and Miracle of St Philip0
Christina J.Faraday, Tudor Liveliness: Vivid Art in Post‐Reformation England. London: Paul Mellon Centre, 2023. x + 198 pp. £45.00. ISBN 978‐1‐913107‐37‐6 (hb).0
What did Didactic Literature Teach? Change‐Ringing Manuals, Printed Miscellanies and Forms of Active Reading0
Giulio Romano: Arte e desiderio (Mantua: Palazzo Te, 6 October 2019–6 January 2010). Catalogue (also in English edition) by BarbaraFurlotti, GuidoRebecchini, and LindaWolk‐Simon. Milan: Electa, 2019.‘0
MatthewWoodcock and CianO'Mahony (eds), Early Modern Military Identities, 1560‐1639: Reality and Representation, Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2019. x + 316 pp. £60.00. ISBN 9781843845324 (hb).0
RobertMuchembled, Smells: A Cultural History of Odours in Early Modern Times. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2020. x + 216 pp. £17.99. ISBN 978‐1‐5095‐3678‐8 (pb).0
Women on top: Coital positions and gender hierarchies in Renaissance Italy0
Disability Gain, Aesthetics, and Inclusion: What does it mean to experience disability in early modern England?0
Shakespeare and his texts0
The mobility of broadside ballads in Britain and Europe: sounding emotions and making connections0
LaurenWorking, The Making of an Imperial Polity: Civility and America in the Jacobean Metropolis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. 254 pp. £75.00. ISBN: 978‐1‐108‐49406‐9 (hb).0
Advertising grammars and dictionaries in the Venetian printing market: A linguistic analysis of title pages0
StefanBauer, The Invention of Papal History: Onofrio Panvinio Between Renaissance and Catholic Reform. Oxford‐Warburg Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 288 pp. $90.00. ISBN: 978‐0‐19‐8800
Renaissance Pleasure, revisited. Book review essay0
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KatrienLichtert (ed.), Adriaen Brouwer, Master of Emotions: Between Rubens and Rembrandt. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2018. 224 pp. €30,99. ISBN: 978‐9463726207 (hb). Available in Dutch, Fr0
The harmonious soul and the defence of music in sixteenth‐century England0
In the steps of Birgitta of Sweden: the reluctant authority of Paola Antonia Negri (1508–1555)*0
‘Not as a Poet, but a Pioner’: Fancy and the Colonial Gaze in William Davenant's Madagascar (1638)0
Reading the Religious Diversity of the Later Seventeenth‐Century Ottoman World: An Anglican Traveller's Perspective0
SimonJackson, George Herbert and Early Modern Musical Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023. xvi + 266 pp. £75.00. ISBN 978‐1‐009‐09806‐9 (hb).0
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Giovanni Pontano hears the street soundscape of Naples0
Error, turn‐taking, and typography0
VictorStoichita, Darker Shades. The Racial Other in Early Modern Art. London: Reaktion Books, 2019. 288 pp. £25.00. ISBN 978‐1‐78914‐056‐9.0
‘Send the midwife’: The Birth of Blackness in Titus Andronicus0
Time and memory in Carthage0
PriscillaBawcutt with Ian C.Cunningham (ed.), The Eneados: Gavin Douglas's Translation of Virgil's Aeneid. Vol. I. Edinburgh: The Scottish Text Society, 2020. x + 376 pp. £60.00. ISBN 978‐1‐89797‐642‐0
Citizenship and inheritance law in Florence: Round two of the conflict between and Borromei and Pazzi0
The Multilingual Minister: Languages and Code‐Switching in the Life‐Writing of Scottish Highland Scholar and Traveller, Rev. James Fraser (1634–1709)0
JessieHock, The Erotics of Materialism: Lucretius and Early Modern Poetics. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021. 234 pp. $59.95. ISBN 9780812252729 (hb).0
‘A Voice Amidst Mine Ears’: Silent Angels on the Early Modern Stage0
Merchants, Mediators and Mannerly Conduct: The East India Company and Local Intermediaries in the Western Indian Ocean 1700–17500
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LauraDierksmeier, Charity for and by the Poor: Franciscan‐Indigenous Confraternities in Mexico, 1527–1700. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2020. xvi + 222 pp. $55.00. ISBN 0
Elizabeth B.Bearden, Monstrous Kinds: Body, Space, and Narrative in Renaissance Representations of Disability. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2019. 270 pp. $75.00. ISBN 978‐0‐472‐13112‐9 (hb0
TaraAlberts, SietskeFransen, and ElaineLeong (eds.), Translating Medicine across Premodern Worlds. Osiris Series. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2022. 312 pp. $35.00. ISBN: 9780226821566 (p0
The ‘province’ of the Dutch Republic in the international Republic of Letters0
GuidoRebecchini, The Rome of Paul III (1534‐1549): Art, Ritual and Urban Renewal (Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History). London/Turnhout: Brepols/Harvey Miller, 2020. 259 pp. 0 b/w il0
Gazing at the Venetian hub from a paratextual lens: An introduction0
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‘De Voluptate Aurium’: The Sounds of Heaven in a 1501 Sensory Treatise on the Afterlife0
A question of genre: Philip Melanchthon's oratorical debut at Wittenberg University0
‘After the fashion of Italy’: Richard Brome and Italian culture0
NancyBisaha, From Christians to Europeans: Pope Pius II and the Concept of the Modern Western Identity. New York: Routledge, 2023. 300 pp. $37.56/£34.99. ISBN 978‐1‐032‐32616‐0 (pb).0
The Ugly Duchess. Beauty and Satire in the Renaissance. (London: National Gallery) 16 March ‐ 11 June 2023. Catalogue edited by Emma Capron. Distributed by Yale University Press.0
NeilYounger, Religion and Politics in Elizabethan England: The Life of Sir Christopher Hatton. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2022. xiii + 270 pp. £85.00. ISBN 978‐1‐5261‐5949‐6 (0
David CarrollSimon, Light without Heat: The Observational Mood from Bacon to Milton. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2018. xiv + 297 pp. ISBN 9781501723407 $45.00 (hb).0
Cupids of Colour: Gods of African Appearance at Sixteenth‐Century German Courts0
Falstaff on Tour: County, Town and Country in the Late Elizabethan Theatre0
AyannaThompson (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Race. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. xiii + 293pp. £21.99. ISBN 978‐1‐108‐71056‐5 (pb).0
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JorgeFernández‐Santos and JoséLuis Colomer (eds.), Ambassadors in Golden‐Age Madrid. The Court of Philip IV through Foreign Eyes. Madrid: Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica, 2020. 608 pp., 287 colour0
The function, format, and performance of Margaret Tudor's January 1522 diplomatic memorial0
‘I was Born in One City, but Raised in Another’: Aretino's Perugian Apprenticeship0
Vittore Carpaccio: Master Storyteller of Renaissance Venice (National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, November 20, 2022–February 23, 2023)0
Elizabeth and Mary: Royal Cousins, Rival Queens (London, The British Library, 8 October 2021–20 February 2022). Catalogue: Elizabeth and Mary: Royal Cousins, Rival Queens, ed. Susan Doran. London: The0
History as diplomacy in early modern Europe. Emanuel van Meteren’s Historia Belgica and international relations, 1596–16400
What kind of thing I am0
Il Rinascimento europeo di Antoine de Lonhy (Museo Diocesano, Susa, 10 July–7 November 2021 and Museo Civico di Arte Antica di Palazzo Madama, Turin, 7 October 2021–9 January 2022). Catalogue by Simon0
Ulrich L.Lehner, The Inner Life of Catholic Reform: From the Council of Trent to the Enlightenment. New York: Oxford University Press, 2022. xi + 294 pp. £26.49. ISBN 9780197620601 (hb).0
Songbirds and Social Distinction in Seventeenth‐Century England0
Huizinga for the twenty‐first century0
TiffanyStern (ed.), Rethinking Theatrical Documents in Shakespeare’s England. Bloomsbury: Arden, 2020. xvi + 287 pp. £75.00. ISBN: 9781350051348 (hb).0
TamarHerzig. A Convert’s Tale. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2019. viii + 388 pp. £39.95. ISBN 978‐0674237537 (hb).0
Constructing Sebastiano del Piombo: Pietro Aretino and the Artistic Landscape of Clementine Rome0
Languages, Latin, and the Jacobean Secretariat: William Fowler's Letters in Florence and Venice0
Raphael. Gold & Silk. (Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, 26 September 2023–14 January 2024). Katja Schmitz‐vonLedebur, Raphael – Revolution in Tapestry Design. Veurne: Hannibal books, 2023. 230 pp0
‘The very wound of this ill news’: Maximilien Morillon and the impact of bad news during the early years of the Dutch Revolt, 1566–740
Peasants and Proverbs: Pieter Brueghel the Younger as Moralist and Entrepreneur (Birmingham, Barber Institute of Fine Arts), 21 October 2022–22 January 2023. Catalogue edited by Robert Wenley, 0
Jane D.Hatter, Composing Community in Late Medieval Music: Self‐Reference, Pedagogy, and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Xvii + 281 pp. £75.00. ISBN 978‐1‐108‐47491‐7 (hb).0
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Louïze Labé Lionnoize: the making of an early modern author0
Musicianship and the masteries of the stars: music and musicians in the Liber Nativitatum0
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Repurposing the book as a message: Italian lyric manuscripts in prison0
Aretino's Urban Gardens0
MarioCasari, MonicaPreti, and MichaelWyatt, eds. Ariosto and the Arabs: Contexts for the ‘Orlando Furioso.’ I Tatti Research Series. Florence: Villa I Tatti, 2022. 468 pp. $50.00/£40.95/€45.00. ISBN: 0
Commenting on Music in Juvenal's Sixth Satire0
Van Eyck: An Optical Revolution (Ghent, Museum voor Schone Kunsten), 1 February – 30 April 2020, closed 13 March 2020. Virtual tour: Curator tour, Till‐Holger Bo0
RobertHenke (ed.), The Cultural History of Theatre in the Early Modern Age. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019. xvi + 258 pp. £70.00. IBSN 978‐1‐4725‐8574‐5 (hb).0
Dürer for Berlin. A search for traces in the Kupferstichkabinett. Edited for the Kupferstichkabinett – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin by Michael Roth with the collaboration of Lea Hagedorn. With contribu0
RussLeo, Tragedy as Philosophy in the Reformation World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. xiv + 293 pp. £60.00. ISBN: 978‐0198834212 (hb).0
The vernacularization of Paduan medicine and philosophy in the seventeenth century: Troilo Lancetta's Raccolta medica, et astrologica0
GarySchneider, Print Letters in Seventeenth‐Century England: Politics, Religion, and News Culture. London: Routledge, 2018. xii +284 pp. £125.00. ISBN: 978‐1‐138‐30957‐9 (hb).0
Yolanda Rodríguez Pérez (ed.), Literary Hispanophobia and Hispanophilia in Britain and the Low Countries (1550–1850). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2020. 348 pp. €109.00. ISBN: 9789462989375 0
Looking up music in two ‘encyclopedias’ printed in 15010
Tintoretto’s Hebrew book0
ChristopherClose, State Formation and Shared Sovereignty. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. xii + 369 pp. £60.00. ISBN 9781108837620 (hb).0
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