Renaissance Studies Latest Issue (February 2020)

January 24, 2020
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The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 34, no. 1, February 2020) is now available on-line via the Wiley Online Library.

 

Special Issue: ‘The cultural and material worlds of mining in early modern Europe’, ed. Tina Asmussen

 

Articles

  • Tina Asmussen and Pamela O. Long, ‘Introduction: The cultural and material worlds of mining in early modern Europe’, pp. 8-30
  • Tina Asmussen, ‘Wild men in Braunschweig – Economies of hope and fear in early modern mining’, pp. 31-56
  • Henrike Haug, ‘In the Garden of Eden? Mineral lore and preaching in the Erzgebirge’, pp. 57-77
  • Philippa Hellawell, ‘Diving engines, submarine knowledge and the “wealth fetch’d out of the sea”‘, pp. 78-94Renée Raphael, ‘Producing knowledge about mercury mining: Local practices and textual tools’, pp. 95-118
  • Sebastian Felten, ‘Mining culture, labour, and the state in early modern Saxony’, pp. 119-148

 

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