Renaissance Studies Latest Issue (September 2019)

The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 33, no. 4, September 2019) is now available on-line via the Wiley-Blackwell website.

 

Special Issue: Renaissance and Early Modern Travel: Practice and Experience, 1500‐1700, edited by Eva Johanna Holmberg

 

Articles

  • Eva Johanna Holmberg, 'Introduction: Renaissance and early modern travel – practice and experience, 1500–1700', pp. 515-23
  • Daniel Carey, 'The problem of credibility in early modern travel', pp. 524-47
  • Wendy Bracewell, 'Arguing from Experience: Travelees versus Travelers in Early Modern Exchanges', pp. 548-67
  • Chloë Houston, 'Visiting Tamburlaine’s tomb: drama and performance in early seventeenth‐century travel writing', pp. 568-89
  • Tomasz Kowalczyk, 'Edward Barton in Hungary: Arguments for travel as diplomatic service', pp. 580-608
  • Laura Williamson Ambrose, 'Moved by God: mobility and agency in Anna Trapnel’s Report and Plea', pp. 609-23
  • Anu Raunio, 'Crossing borders in the age of confessionalization: seventeenth‐century Italian travel writing on the North', pp. 624-38
  • John Gallagher, 'Language‐learning, orality, and multilingualism in early modern Anglophone narratives of Mediterranean captivity', pp. 639-61