Moreana

Founded in 1963, Moreana publishes academic research about the person, historical milieu, and writing of the English humanist, Thomas More. In addition, the journal promotes research in cultural, historical, religious, and political contexts of the sixteenth century.

ISSN (print): 
0047-8105
ISSN (online): 
2398-4961

Latest articles

Volume 54 (Number 207) (1)

Front matter
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Back matter
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Editorial
Travis Curtright, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 0-0
Thomas More and the “genius” of Utopia
Travis Curtright, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 1-18
A trace of equity in Utopia? On Raphael's reformulation of classical equity
Louis W. Karlin, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 19-35
Thomas More's “rule” of pleasure before, after, and in Utopia
Gerard Wegemer, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 36-56
Outsiders of Hagnopolis: unbelief, fear, and religion in Thomas More's Utopia
Ismael del Olmo, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 57-70
The difference theology makes: a reflection on the first margin note in Thomas More's Utopia
Michael Foley, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 71-85
“In the secret chambre of the mynde, in the preuy closet of the sowle”: monastic discipline and devotion in More's Life of Pico
Brandon Alakas, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 86-107
The Cynic by Lucian: translated by Thomas More from the Greek to Latin
Gerald Malsbary, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 108-119
Thomas P. Scheck, Erasmus's Life of Origen: A New Annotated Translation of the Prefaces to Erasmus of Rotterdam's Edition of Origen's Writings (1536)
Benjamin V. Beier, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 120-124
Lawrence Wilde, Thomas More's Utopia: Arguing for Social Justice
Ann Marie Klein, vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): 124-128

Volume 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4)

Frontmatter
vol. 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4): 0-
Editorial
vol. 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4): 3-6
In Memoriam Dominic Baker-Smith
vol. 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4): 7-15
Of Travellers, Messengers and Foundlings – Fictionality, Authorship, and Textual Property in Thomas More’s Paratexts
vol. 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4): 17-44
Boethian Philosophy in Sir Thomas More’s Familial Portrait
vol. 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4): 45-72
Otherness in More’s Utopia
vol. 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4): 73-94
More’s Utopia and Never-Ending Dialogue
vol. 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4): 95-114
Utopia ’s Best Reader
vol. 53 (Number 205-206) (3-4): 115-127