Renaissance and Reformation

Volume 43, Number 1, Winter 2020

Table of contents (58 articles)

Articles

  1. Becoming “Indians”: The Jesuit Missionary Path from Italy to Asia
  2. A Love That Reforms: Improving Gender Relations by Contesting Typologies of Women in La Comédie de Mont-de-Marsan and L’Heptaméron 10 and 42
  3. “What condition will not miserable men accept?”: Hegemonic Masculinity in John Lyly’s Galatea
  4. Spenser’s Sprites: Platonic Daemons in The Faerie Queene
  5. “Not so much perdition as an hair”: The Political Deployment of Christian Patience in The Tempest

Digital Resource Reviews / Comptes-rendus sur les ressources numériques

  1. Moore, Shawn, and Jacob Tootalian, principal investigators. Digital Cavendish: A Scholarly Collaborative. Other
  2. Bauer, Ralph, gen. ed. Early Americas Digital Archive
  3. Cave, Richard, gen. ed., Michael Leslie, Eleanor Lowe, Lucy Munro, Marion O’Connor, Helen Ostovich, Julie Sanders, Elizabeth Schafer, Matthew Steggle, eds. Richard Brome Online. Edition
  4. Adams, Robyn, ed. and technical director. The Diplomatic Correspondence of Thomas Bodley, 1585–1597. Database
  5. Roger Clegg, principal investigator, and Eric Tatham, developer. Reconstructing the Rose: 3D Computer Modelling Philip Henslowe’s Playhouse. Other
  6. Daybell, James, and Kim McLean-Fiander, co-directors. Women’s Early Modern Letters Online [WEMLO]
  7. Wilkinson, Hazel, principal investigator. Fleuron: A Database of Eighteenth-Century Printers’ Ornaments
  8. O’Callaghan, Michelle, ed. Verse Miscellanies Online: Printed Poetry Collections of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
  9. Leong, Elaine, Lisa Smith, Amanda E. Herbert, R.A. Kashanipour, Sarah Peters Kernan, Joshua Schlachet, Laurence Totelin, Jess Clark, et al., eds. The Recipes Project—Food, Magic, Art, Science, and Medicine. Other
  10. Hooks, Adam G., and Zachary Lesser, project leads. Shakespeare Census; Stapleton, Michael, project lead. SHAKEDSETC.ORG. Other

Book reviews / Comptes rendus

  1. Alfie, Fabian, and Aileen F. Feng. The Poetry of Burchiello: Deep-fried Nouns, Hunchbacked Pumpkins, and Other Nonsense
  2. Ancín, Miguel González, and Otis Towns. Miguel Servet en España (1506–1527). Edición ampliada
  3. Artese, Charlotte, ed. Shakespeare and the Folktale: An Anthology of Stories
  4. Baldassarri, Stefano U., and Fabrizio Lelli, eds. Umanesimo e cultura ebraica nel Rinascimento italiano
  5. Balsamo, Jean. La Parole de Montaigne: littérature et humanisme civil dans les Essais
  6. Borlik, Todd Andrew, ed. Literature and Nature in the English Renaissance: An Ecocritical Anthology
  7. Bourgeois, Louise. Midwife to the Queen of France: Diverse Observations. Trans. Stephanie O’Hara. Ed. Alison Klairmont Lingo.
  8. Burn, David J., Grantley R. McDonald, Joseph Verheyden, and Peter De Mey, eds. Music and Theology in the European Reformations
  9. Chesney Zegura, Elizabeth. Marguerite de Navarre’s Shifting Gaze: Perspectives on Gender, Class, and Politics in the Heptaméron
  10. Ciriacono, Salvatore. Luxury Production, Technological Transfer and International Competition in Early Modern Europe
  11. Colahan, Clark, Jagoda Marszalek, and Pedro Manuel Suárez-Martínez, eds. El Colloquium elegans de Bernal Díaz de Luco. Tradición senequista, eclesiástica y picaresca
  12. Colin, Marie-Alexis, ed. French Renaissance Music and Beyond: Studies in Memory of Frank Dobbins
  13. Coonin, A. Victor. Donatello and the Dawn of Renaissance Art
  14. D’Amico, Silvia et Susanna Gambino Longo, éds. Le savoir italien sous les presses lyonnaises à la Renaissance
  15. Desan, Philippe, Déborah Knop, and Blandine Perona, eds. Montaigne, une rhétorique naturalisée ? Actes du colloque international tenu à l’University of Chicago (Paris) les 7 et 8 avril 2017
  16. De Smet, Ingrid A. R., and Paul White, eds. Sodalitas litteratorum. Le compagnonnage littéraire néo-latin et française à la Renaissance. Études à la mémoire de / Studies in memory of Philip Ford
  17. Duplessis-Mornay, Charlotte Arbaleste, Anne de Chaufepié, and Anne Marguerite Petit du Noyer. The Huguenot Experience of Persecution and Exile: Three Women’s Stories. Ed. Colette H. Winn. Trans. Lauren King and Colette H. Winn.
  18. Griffin, Andrew. Untimely Deaths in Renaissance Drama: Biography, History, Catastrophe
  19. Haglund, Timothy. Rabelais’s Contempt of Fortune: Pantagruelism, Politics, and Philosophy
  20. Houghton, L. B. T., and Marco Sgarbi, eds. Virgil and Renaissance Culture
  21. Jones, Pamela M., Barbara Wisch, and Simon Ditchfield, eds. A Companion to Early Modern Rome, 1492–1692
  22. Klaassen, Frank, ed. Making Magic in Elizabethan England
  23. Loh, Maria H. Titian’s Touch: Art, Magic and Philosophy
  24. Luther, Martin. The Essential Luther. Ed. and trans., with an intro. by Tryntje Helfferich.
  25. Magnusson, Lynne, with David Schalkwyk, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare’s Language
  26. Mattison, Andrew. Solitude and Speechlessness: Renaissance Writing and Reading in Isolation
  27. Overell, M. Anne. Nicodemites: Faith and Concealment between Italy and Tudor England
  28. Posset, Franz. Respect for the Jews. Foreword by Yaacov Deutch.
  29. Raggio, Osvaldo. Feuds and State Formation, 1550–1700: The Backcountry of the Republic of Genoa
  30. Rampton, Martha, ed. European Magic and Witchcraft: A Reader
  31. Ron, Nathan. Erasmus and the “Other”: On Turks, Jews, and Indigenous Peoples
  32. Schmidt, Thomas et Christian Thomas Leitmeir, éds. The Production and Reading of Music Sources. Mise-en-page in Manuscripts and Printed Books Containing Polyphonic Music, 1480–1530
  33. Schotte, Margaret E. Sailing School: Navigating Science and Skill, 1550–1800
  34. Sgarbi, Marco. Francesco Robortello (1516–1567): Architectural Genius of the Humanities
  35. Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. Ed. Robert S. Miola.
  36. Shakespeare, William. The Tempest. Ed. Peter Hulme and William H. Sherman.
  37. Terruggia, Angela Maria (†), Francesco Santucci, Gina Scentoni, and Daniele Sini. Il laudario “Illuminati” e la costellazione assisiate, con un saggio di Mara Nerbano
  38. Tyard, Pontus de. OEuvres complètes. Tome II, 1. Solitaire premier, ou, Discours des Muses. Éd. Jean-Claude Carron.
  39. Venturi, Francesco, ed. Self-Commentary in Early Modern European Literature, 1400–1700
  40. Warren, Nancy Bradley. Chaucer and Religious Controversies in the Medieval and Early Modern Eras
  41. Webster, Susan Verdi. Lettered Artists and the Languages of Empire: Painters and the Profession in Early Colonial Quito
  42. Wood, Christopher S. A History of Art History

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