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 208) (2)

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Editorial
Travis Curtright, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 0-0
More's Utopia : between and beyond Plato and Cicero
Walter Nicgorski, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 129-140
Taking Utopia seriously—and positively
Richard Strier, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 141-148
Fallen nature, Utopian institutions, and (radical) medieval Christian-Aristotelianism: a response to Walter Nicgorski and Richard Strier
William Junker, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 149-156
Utopia as a gift: More and Erasmus on the horns of a dilemma
David Harris Sacks, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 157-171
Politicizing Thomas More's Utopia in restoration England
Gregory D. Dodds, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 172-186
The Slovenian reception of Thomas More and his Utopia
Lilijana Žnidaršič Golec, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 187-203
Humanist Guillaume Budé’s artful rhetoric: responding in kind to Utopia
Andrea Frank, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 204-224
Raphael Hythloday and Lucian's Cynic
Joshua Avery, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 225-237
Thomas More's Last Things as a “warning before hell”
Marie-Claire Phélippeau, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 238-247
Review of recent studies of Utopia;  Karma Lochrie, Nowhere in the Middle Ages;  Joanne Paul, Thomas More;  Han van Ruler and Giulia Sissa, Utopia 1516–2016: More's Eccentric Essay and Its Activist Aftermath
Veronica Brooks, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 248-255
Ross Dealy, The Stoic Origins of Erasmus’ Philosophy of Christ
Thomas P. Scheck, vol. 54 (Number 208) (2): 256-260

Volume 54 (Number 207) (1)

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vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): -
Back matter
vol. 54 (Number 207) (1): -
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