Renaissance Studies articles

Volume 28 (4)

Women and healthcare in early modern Europe
Sharon T. Strocchia, vol. 28 (4): 496-514
Domestic medicine: slaves, servants and female medical expertise in late medieval Valencia
Debra Blumenthal, vol. 28 (4): 515-532
Exotic materials and treasured knowledge: the valuable legacy of noblewomen's remedies in early modern Germany
Alisha Rankin, vol. 28 (4): 533-555
‘Herbals she peruseth’: reading medicine in early modern England
Elaine Leong, vol. 28 (4): 556-578
Poor women and parish public health in sixteenth-century London
Richelle Munkhoff, vol. 28 (4): 579-596
Families, medical secrets and public health in early modern Venice
Jane Stevens Crawshaw, vol. 28 (4): 597-618
Women and healthcare in early modern German towns
Annemarie Kinzelbach, vol. 28 (4): 619-638

Volume 28 (3)

‘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