Renaissance Studies Latest Issue (June 2020)

May 23, 2020
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The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 34, no. 3, June 2020) is now available on-line via the Wiley Online Library.



  • Nina Geerdink, ‘Economic advancement and reputation strategies: Seventeenth‐century Dutch women writing for profit’, pages 350-374
  • Maria Ruvoldt, ‘Gossip and reputation in sixteenth‐century Rome: Tommaso de’Cavalieri and Lavinia della Valle’, pages 374-391
  • Laura Seymour ‘The feasting table as the gateway to hell on the early modern stage and page’, pages: 392-411
  • Estelle Paranque, ‘Catherine de Medici’s grandmotherhood: the building of emotional and political intergenerational relationships’, pages: 412-429
  • Amy Sinclair, ‘Insinuatio in Lucrezia Marinella’s Essortationi alle donne (1645): Exhorting Marital Harmony And Insinuating Feminist Critique’, pages: 430-446
  • Derval Conroy, ‘Appropriations of a political machine: Translations of Pierre Le Moyne’s Gallerie des femmes fortes (1647)’, pages 447-464
  • Weibin Chen, Ben Jonson, ‘China, and the cosmopolitan’, pages 465-481

Book Reviews

  • Kate Chedgzoy, review of Edel Lamb, Reading Children in Early Modern Culture. (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pages: 482-483
  • Susan Anderson, review of Genevieve Love, Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability. (London: Bloomsbury, 2018), pages: 484-485
  • Robert Stagg, review of Neil Rhodes, Common: The Development of Literary Culture in Sixteenth‐Century England. (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018), pages: 486-488
  • Joseph Lombardi, review of Michele Campopiano and Helen Fulton (eds.), Anglo‐Italian Cultural Relations in the Later Middle Ages. (Woodbridge: York Medieval Press, 2018), pages: 488-489
  • Tom Rutter, review of Bonnie Lander Johnson and Eleanor Decamp (eds.), Blood Matters: Studies in European Literature and Thought 1400–1700. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018), pages: 490-492

Book Review Essays

  • Rachel M. Delman, ‘Women, art and architecture in Renaissance Europe’, pages: 493-500
  • Alison Searle, ‘Sensing the sacred and performing pain’, oages 500-503

Review of Exhibitions

  • Jennifer Sliwka, review of Vesperbild Alle origini delle Pietà di Michelangelo (Milan, Castello Sforzesco, Sale Antico Ospedale Spagnolo 13 October 2018–13 January 2019). Catalogue by Antonio Mazzotta and Claudio Salsi with
    contributions by Agostino Allegri and Giovanna Mori. (Oficina Libraria, 2018), pages 505-514
  • Charlotte Methuenei, review of Der Luther Effekt: 500 Jahr Protestantismus in der Welt/The Luther Effect: Protestantism – 500 Years in the World (Berlin, Deutsches Historisches Museum, Martin-Gropius-Bau,) 12 April–5 November 2017). Catalogue Der Luther Effekt: 500 Jahr Protestantismus in der Welt, edited by Anne-Katrin Ziesak, Ewa Gossart, Philipp Steinkamp, and
    Katarzyna Nowak. (Berlin: Hirmer Verlag, 2017), pages: 515-527


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