The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 35, no. 5, November 2021) is now available online via the Wiley Online Library.
- Tania Demetriou, ‘How Gabriel Harvey read tragedy’, pages 757-787.
- Emily Wingfield, ‘Re-reading a quatrain by Mary Queen of Scots’, pages 788-810.
- Erin Griffey, ‘”The Rose and Lily Queen”: Henrietta Maria’s fair face and the power of beauty at the Stuart court’, pages: 811-836.
- Máté Vince, ‘The Porter and the Jesuits: Macbeth and the Forgotten History of Equivocation’, pages 837-856.
- Jonathan K. Nelson, ‘Ethiopian Christians on the margins: Symbolic blackness in Filippino Lippi’s Adoration of the Magi and Miracle of St Philip’, pages 857-879,
- Matthew Woodcock and Cian O’Mahony (eds.), Early Modern Military Identities, 1560-1639: Reality and Representation (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer , 2019), reviewed by Catherine Fletcher, pages 880-881.
- Elaine Leong, Recipes and Everyday Knowledge: Medicine, Science, and the Household in Early Modern England (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press , 2018), reviewed by Mark Jenner, pages 882-883.
- David Carroll Simon, Light without Heat: The Observational Mood from Bacon to Milton (Ithaca : Cornell University Press , 2018), reviewed by Alexander Paulsson Lash, pages 883-886.
- Tamsin Badcoe, Edmund Spenser and the Romance of Space (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019), reviewed by Tiffany Jo Werth, pages 886-888.
- N. H. Keeble, John Coffey, Tim Cooper, and Tom Charlton (eds.), Reliquiæ Baxterianæ Or, Mr Richard Baxter’s Narrative of the Most Memorable Passages of his Life and Times (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020), reviewed by Thomas N. Corns, pages 888-890.
- Robert John Clines, A Jewish Jesuit in the Eastern Mediterranean. Early Modern Conversion, Mission and the Construction of Identity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020), reviewed by Simon Ditchfield, pages 890-892.
- Tiffany Stern (ed.), Rethinking Theatrical Documents in Shakespeare’s England (Bloomsbury: Arden, 2020), reviewed by Derek Dunne, pages 893-894.
- Anthony Ossa-Richardson, A History of Ambiguity (Princeton: Princeton University Press , 2019), reviewed by Jean-David Eynard, pages 894-896.
- Jane D. Hatter, Composing Community in Late Medieval Music: Self-Reference, Pedagogy, and Practice (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), reviewed by Adam Whittaker, pages 896-898.
Review of Exhibitions
- Van Eyck: An Optical Revolution, Ghent , Museum voor Schone Kunsten (1 February – 30 April 2020, closed 13 March 2020). Virtual tour: https://virtualtour.vaneyck2020.be/en. Curator tour, Till-Holger Borchert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IZxr6eGJqk. Catalogue edited by Maximiliaan Martens , Till-Holger Borchert, Jan Dumolyn, Johan De Smet, Frederica Van Dam (Thames & Hudson , 2020), reviewed by Bryony Coombs, pages 899-909.