Renaissance Studies Latest Issue (June 2022)

May 26, 2022
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The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 36, no. 3, June 2022) is now available online via the Wiley Online Library.

 

Articles

    • Annet den Haan, ‘Changing Jerome’s Bible: Biblical quotations in the patristic translations of Lampugnino Birago (1390–1472) and George of Trebizond (1396–1472/3)’, pages 358-376
    • Tom Hamilton ‘The evidence of hearsay in criminal proceedings from Late Renaissance France’, pages 377-394
    • Ross Moncrieff, ‘”Fair Quiet, have I found thee here?”: The relationship between garden settings and otium–negotium in sixteenth-century philosophical dialogues’, pages 395-411
    • Marsha Libina, ‘Visions in stone: Illusion, animation and the devotional gaze in the art of Northern Italy’, pages 412-440
    • Zoe Farrell. ‘Provincial luxury in Renaissance Verona’, pages 441-459
    • Elisabeth Charlotte Natour, ‘Elizabeth I, Thomas Tallis and Judith: music, resistance and the iconography of power’, pages: 460-476

 

Book Reviews

  • George McClure, Doubting the Divine in Early Modern Europe: The Revival of Momus the Agnostic God (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press , 2018), reviewed by George Brocklehurst, pages 477-479
  • Robert Henke (ed.), The Cultural History of Theatre in the Early Modern Age (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019), reviewed by Benjamin Lomas, pages 479-481
  • Tamar Herzig, A Convert’s Tale (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2019), reviewed by Emily Michelson, pages 481-482
  • Robert Muchembled, Smells: A Cultural History of Odours in Early Modern Times (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2020), reviewed by Claire Turner, pages 483-484
  • Lauren Working, The Making of an Imperial Polity: Civility and America in the Jacobean Metropolis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020), reviewed by Sarah O’Malley, pages 484-486
  • Laura Moretti, Pleasure in Profit: Popular Prose in Seventeenth‐Century Japan (New York: Columbia University Press, 2020), reviewed by Joad Raymond, pages 487-489
  • Andrew McRae and Philip Schwyzer (eds), Poly‐Olbion: New Perspectives (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2020), reviewed by Sara Ayres, pages 490-492
  • Matthew Dimmock, Elizabethan Globalism: England, China and the Rainbow Portrait (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2019), reviewed by Jane Grogan, pages 492-494
  • Yolanda Rodríguez Pérez (ed.), Literary Hispanophobia and Hispanophilia in Britain and the Low Countries (1550–1850) (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2020), reviewed by Sonja Kleij, pages 494-496

 

Book Review Essay

  • Derek Dunne, ‘Error, Turn- Taking, and Typography’: review of Alice Leonard, Error in Shakespeare: Shakespeare in Error (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave, 2020); Oliver Morgan, Turn- Taking in Shakespeare (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019); Claire M. L. Bourne, Typographies of Performance in Early Modern England (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020), pages 497-503
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