Renaissance Studies Latest Issue (November 2020)

October 20, 2020
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The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 34, no. 5, November 2020) is now available online via the Wiley Online Library.

 

Articles

    • Barbara Tramelli, ‘La Falsa Alchimia de la Quale Tanta Stima già ne Feci: Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo’s opinion on alchemy’, pages 727-748
    • J. S. Crown, ‘Rhetorical virtue, theology and ‘womens wyttes’ in an early Tudor dialogue: Thomas Lupset’s A treatise of charitie (c.1529)’, pages 749-765
    • Scott A. Trudell, ‘An organ for the seraglio: Thomas Dallam’s artificial life’, pages 766-783
    • Idan Sherer, ‘A bloody carnival? Charles V’s soldiers and the sack of Rome in 1527’, pages 784-802
    • Ovanes Akopyan, ‘A sixteenth‐century Russian Vita of Girolamo Savonarola’, pages 803-815

Book Reviews

  • Paul Botley and Maté Vince (eds.), The Correspondence of Isaac Casaubon in England, (4 vols. Geneva: Droz, 2018), reviewed by Nicholas Hardy, pages 816-820
  • Peter Marshall, Heretics and Believers: A History of the English Reformation (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2017), reviewed by Ceri Law, pages 821-823
  • Katherine Acheson (ed.), Early Modern English Marginalia (New York and Abingdon: Routledge, 2019), reviewed by Hannah Yip, pages 823-825
  • Helmer J. Helmers and Geert H. Janssen, eds., The Cambridge Companion to the Dutch Golden Age (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018), reviewed by Esther van Raamsdonk, pages 825-827
  • Laura Kounine, Imagining the Witch: Emotions, Gender, and Selfhood in Early Modern Germany (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)
    reviewed by Charlotte-Rose Millar, pages 827-828
  • Jill Burke, The Italian Renaissance Nude (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2018), reviewed by William T. Rossiter, pages 829-831
  • Laurie Stras, Women and Music in Sixteenth-Century Ferrara (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018), reviewed by Ascensión Mazuela-Anguita, pages 831-833
  • Tanya Pollard, Greek Tragic Women on Shakespearean Stages (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017), reviewed by Hannah Crawforth, pages 833-835
  • Kenneth Borris, Visionary Spenser and the Poetics of Early Modern Platonism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017), reviewed by Matthew Harrison, pages 836-838
  • Silvia De Renzi, Marco Bresadola and Maria Conforti (eds.), Pathology in Practice: Diseases and Dissections in Early Modern Europe (London: Routledge, 2018), reviewed by Mary Odbert, pages 858-860

Review Essays

  • Alice Wickenden, ‘Uncovering the arcane: Rethinking early modern archives’, pages 838-843
  • Alison Searle, ‘Dissenting religious identities and church life in seventeenth-century England’, pages 843-847

Review of Exhibitions

  • ‘All the Rembrandts’ (Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, 15 February–10 June 2019) Catalogue Rembrandt x Rijksmuseum ed. Erik Hinterding et al. (Amsterdam, 2019), reviewed by Robert Fucci, pages 847-858
  • Giulio Romano: Arte e desiderio (Mantua: Palazzo Te, 6 October 2019–6 January 2020) Giulio Romano a Mantova (Mantua: Palazzo Ducale, 6 October 2019–6 January 2020), reviewed by Molly Bourne, pages 861-868
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