Renaissance Studies articles

‘His wel beloved doughter Lady Mary’: representing Mary Tudor in 1534
Stephen Hamrick, ONLINE EARLY
J. B. Lethbridge and Paul J. Hecht (eds.), Spenser in the Moment. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2015. xviii + 254 pp. $70.00/£49.95. ISBN: 978-1611476842 (hb).
Rachel Stenner, ONLINE EARLY
The hazards of professional authorship: polemic and fiction in Anthony Munday's English Roman Life
Adam H. Kitzes, ONLINE EARLY
Capturing eyes and moving souls: Peruzzi's perspective set for La Calandria and the performative agency of architectural bodies
Mari Yoko Hara, ONLINE EARLY
Weeping verse: Jasper Heywood's translation of Seneca's Troades (1559) and the politics of vicarious compassion
Kristine Steenbergh, ONLINE EARLY
Elizabeth I as Judith: reassessing the apocryphal widow's appearance in Elizabethan royal iconography
Aidan Norrie, ONLINE EARLY
John R. Decker and Mitzi Kirkland-Ives (eds.), Death, Torture and the Broken Body in European Art, 1300-1650. Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2015. xv + 264 pp. £65.00. ISBN: 978-1472433671 (hb).
Stephen Curtis, ONLINE EARLY
Writing the travelling self: travel and life-writing in Peter Mundy's (1597–1667) Itinerarium Mundii
Eva Johanna Holmberg, ONLINE EARLY
‘Lying by authority’: travel dissimulations in Fynes Moryson's Itinerary
Mareile Pfannebecker, ONLINE EARLY
Anders Ingram, Writing the Ottomans. Turkish History in Early Modern England. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. viii +195 pp. £55.00. ISBN: 978-113740152-6 (hb).
Colin Heywood, ONLINE EARLY
Celebrities and the stage: theatrical stardom in early modern Spain
Alejandro García-Reidy, ONLINE EARLY
Jennifer Clement, Reading Humility in Early Modern England. Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 2015. xi + 153 pp. £60.00. ISBN: 978-1472453778 (hb).
Matthew Harrison, ONLINE EARLY
Donne's convalescence
Quantifying death, calculating revenge: mathematical justice in Henry Chettle's Tragedy of Hoffman
Joseph Jarrett, ONLINE EARLY
An example of ambivalent seventeenth-century Dante reception: Arcangela Tarabotti's uses of the Commedia in her Semplicità ingannata
Julie Robarts, ONLINE EARLY
Oren Margolis, The Politics of Culture in Quattrocento Europe: René of Anjou in Italy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. xii + 222 pp. £60.00. ISBN 978-0-19-876932-3 (hb).
Joseph Lombardi, ONLINE EARLY
Effacing the music in edmund waller's poems
Love and graves between Arquà and Avignon: a further contribution to the ‘Tombaide’ (1540) launched by Alessandro Piccolomini
Johnny L. Bertolio, ONLINE EARLY
Andrea del Sarto: the Renaissance Workshop in Action
Mary Hogan Camp, ONLINE EARLY
William T. Rossiter, Wyatt Abroad: Tudor Diplomacy and the Translation of Power. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2014. x + 246 pp. £60.00. ISBN 978-1-84384-388-7 (hb).
Catherine Fletcher, ONLINE EARLY
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Volume 30 (4)

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vol. 30 (4): 487-490
Latin drama, religion and politics in early modern Europe
Elizabeth Sandis, Sarah Knight, vol. 30 (4): 495-504
Christ's Passion, Christian tragedy and Ioannes Franciscus Quintianus Stoa's untimely Theoandrothanatos
Russ Leo, vol. 30 (4): 505-525
Dramatic texts in the Tudor curriculum: John Palsgrave and the Henrician educational reforms
Ágnes Juhász-Ormsby, vol. 30 (4): 526-541
Religion and Latin drama in the early modern Low Countries
Jan Bloemendal, vol. 30 (4): 542-561
A woman saint in the Parisian colleges: Claude Roillet's Catharinae Tragoedia (1556)
John Nassichuk, vol. 30 (4): 562-583
Performing Exile: John Foxe's Christus Triumphans at Magdalen College, Oxford
Daniel Blank, vol. 30 (4): 584-601
Drama in the margins – academic text and political context in Matthew Gwinne's Nero: Nova Tragædia (1603) and Ben Jonson's Sejanus (1603/5)
Emma Buckley, vol. 30 (4): 602-622
Byzantine tragedy in Restoration England: Joseph Simons's Zeno and Sir William Killigrew's The Imperial Tragedy
Alison Shell, vol. 30 (4): 623-639

Volume 30 (1)

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vol. 30 (1): 1-3
Gossip and nonsense in Renaissance France and England
Emily Butterworth, Hugh Roberts, vol. 30 (1): 9-16
Gossiping to music in sixteenth-century France
Jeanice Brooks, vol. 30 (1): 17-38
‘When the tongue slips it tells the truth’: tricks and truths of the Renaissance lapsus*
Dominique Brancher, vol. 30 (1): 39-56
Outspoken opinions as collectable items? Engagement and divertissement in the French civil wars
Mark Greengrass, vol. 30 (1): 57-72
Illogic and polemic: The coq-à-l’âne during the Wars of Religion*
Grégoire Holtz, vol. 30 (1): 73-87
Twelfth Night and the philology of nonsense
Adam Zucker, vol. 30 (1): 88-101
Comparative nonsense: French galimatias and English fustian
Hugh Roberts, vol. 30 (1): 102-119
Hubbub and satire
Andrea Brady, vol. 30 (1): 120-136