Renaissance Studies articles

Volume 0 (0)

In search of a setting for learning in Roman antiquity: Renaissance surveys of Varro's garden musaeum at Casinum
Louis Cellauro, ONLINE EARLY
Iulius Caesar Scaliger, Poetices libri septem. Sieben Bücher über die Dichtkunst, Volume VI. Index to the 1561 edition introduced and edited by Immanuel Musäus. Indices to the complete edition prepared by Luc Deitz, Immanuel Musäus and Gregor Vogt-Spira.
Brian Vickers, ONLINE EARLY
The exegesis of Vitruvius and the creation of theatrical spaces in Renaissance Ferrara
Giulia Torello-Hill, ONLINE EARLY
Michelangelo's Children's Bacchanal: an allegory of the intemperate soul?
Livio Pestilli, ONLINE EARLY

Volume 28 (3)

Francis W. Kent, Princely Citizen. Lorenzo de' Medici and Renaissance Florence, ed. by Carolyn James . Turnhout: Brepols, 2013. viii + 369 pp. €80.00. ISBN: 978-2503541716 (hb).
Lorenz Böninger, vol. 28 (3): 0-0
‘The progress of thy glorious book’: material reading and the play of paratext in Coryats Crudities (1611)
Philip S. Palmer, vol. 28 (3): 336-355
Greeks abroad: (as)signing artistic identity in early modern Europe
Andrew R. Casper, vol. 28 (3): 356-376
Montaigne, Sir Ralph Bankes and other English readers of the Essais
John O'Brien, vol. 28 (3): 377-391
The replication and critique of libertinism in Andrew Marvell's ‘To His Coy Mistress’
A. D. Cousins, vol. 28 (3): 392-404
Popes, patriarchs, and print: representing Chaldeans in Renaissance Rome
Cristelle Baskins, vol. 28 (3): 405-425
A new way to please you: Helen of Troy in early modern comedy
Katherine Heavey, vol. 28 (3): 426-442
Discarded deity: the rejection of Michelangelo's Bacchus and the artist's response
Erin Sutherland Minter, vol. 28 (3): 443-458
Late Raphael (Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado, 12 June–16 September 2012 and Paris, Musée du Louvre, 11 October 2012–14 January 2013). Catalogue edited by Tom Henry and Paul Joannides , with essays by Tom Henry and Paul Joannides, Ana González Mozo,
Eun-Sung Juliana Kang, vol. 28 (3): 459-468
The Lost Prince: The Life & Death of Henry Stuart (London, National Portrait Gallery, 18 October 2012–13 January 2013). Catalogue The Lost Prince: The Life & Death of Henry Stuart, ed. Catharine MacLeod . London: National Portrait Gallery, 2012. 193 pp.
Clive Holmes, vol. 28 (3): 469-474
Serodine e brezza caravaggesca sulle ‘Regione dei laghi’ (Rancate, Pinacoteca cantonale Giovanni Züst, 14 October 2012–13 January 2013) Catalogue edited by Roberto Contini and Laura Damiani Cabrini , assisted by Simona Capelli, with contributions by M
Jörg Zutter, vol. 28 (3): 475-482
Massimo Rospocher (ed.), Beyond the Public Sphere: Opinions, Publics, Spaces in Early Modern Europe. Annali dell'Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento/Jahrbuch des italienisch-deutschen historischen Instituts in Trient 27. Bologna and Berlin: Soci
Andrew Mansfield, vol. 28 (3): 483-485
R. P. H. Green , P. H. Burton and D. J. Ford (eds.), with the help of G. Tournoy, Scottish Latin Authors in Print up to 1700: A Short-Title List. Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia XXX, Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2012. 392 pp. €59.50. ISBN: 9
Nicola Royan, vol. 28 (3): 485-486
David L. Sheffler, Schools and Schooling in Late Medieval Germany: Regensburg, 1250–1500. Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, v. 33. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2008. xv + 417 pp. €119.00/$186.00. ISBN: 978-9004166646 (hb).
Christopher Carlsmith, vol. 28 (3): 487-488
Books Received
vol. 28 (3): 489-492

Volume 28 (2)

Theorizing copiousness
Abigail Shinn, Angus Vine, vol. 28 (2): 167-182
Encyclopaedic Erasmus
Brian Cummings, vol. 28 (2): 183-204
Managing copiousness for pleasure and profit: William Painter's Palace of Pleasure
Abigail Shinn, vol. 28 (2): 205-224
Copiousness, conjecture and collaboration in William Camden's Britannia
Angus Vine, vol. 28 (2): 225-241
From the woods of experience to the open fields of metaphysics: Bacon's notion of silva
Guido Giglioni, vol. 28 (2): 242-261
Faith, form and faction: Samuel Purchas's Purchas His Pilgrimage (1613)
Matthew Dimmock, vol. 28 (2): 262-278
Robert Burton and the problems of polymathy
Kathryn Murphy, vol. 28 (2): 279-297
‘Meer nomenclature’ and the description of order in The Garden of Cyrus
Claire Preston, vol. 28 (2): 298-316
John Aubrey and the rhapsodic book
Kate Bennett, vol. 28 (2): 317-332

Volume 28 (1)

Quality choices in the production of Renaissance art: Botticelli and demand
Michelle O'Malley, vol. 28 (1): 4-32
A Poetics of the natural: sensation, decorum, and bodily appeal in Puttenham's Art of English Poesy
Rebecca Wiseman, vol. 28 (1): 33-49
The Jewish nose in early modern art and music
Don Harrán, vol. 28 (1): 50-70
The philosopher Hobbes as the poet Homer
Conal Condren, vol. 28 (1): 71-89
The quintessential Christian tomb: saints, professors, and Riccio's tomb design
Rebekah Carson, vol. 28 (1): 90-111
Rubens and the bird of paradise. Painting natural knowledge in the early seventeenth century
José Ramón Marcaida, vol. 28 (1): 112-127
Renaissance eloquence and female exemplarity: Coriolanus and the matrona docta
Danielle Clarke, vol. 28 (1): 128-146
The Renaissance Portrait from Donatello to Bellini (Gesichter der Renaissance: Meisterwerke italienische Portrait-Kunst), (Berlin, Bode-Museum, 25 August–20 November 2011, and New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 21 December 2011–18 March 2012) edit
Dennis Geronimus, vol. 28 (1): 147-159
Andrew Hadfield, Edmund Spenser: A Life. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. xxi + 624pp; 47 plates. £25.00. ISBN: 978-0199591022 (hb).
Matthew Woodcock, vol. 28 (1): 160-162

Volume 27 (5)

Make me a poet, and I'll quickly be a man: masculinity, pedagogy and poetry in the English Renaissance
Kate Chedgzoy, vol. 27 (5): 592-611
The Medici judge, a bitter lawsuit, and an embezzlement: the Opera del Sacro Cingolo's bronze chapel screen at Santo Stefano, Prato
Mayu Fujikawa, vol. 27 (5): 612-632
The understanding of a woman: Vittoria Colonna and Michelangelo's Christ and the Samaritan Woman
Bernadine Barnes, vol. 27 (5): 633-653