Renaissance Studies articles

Volume 26 (3)

Reading Philippe Desportes in Le Rencontre des muses de France et d'Italie
GABRIELLA SCARLATTA ESCHRICH, vol. 26 (3): 0-0
All is not fun and games: conversation, play, and surveillance at the Montefeltro court in Urbino
JENNIFER D. WEBB, vol. 26 (3): 0-0

Volume 26 (2)

Bringing the house down: religion and the household in Marlowe's Jew of Malta
CHLOE PREEDY, vol. 26 (2): 163-179
Whose wonderful news? Italian satire and William Baldwin's Wonderfull Newes of the Death of Paule the III
ANNE OVERELL, vol. 26 (2): 180-196
Thomas More and the problem of charity
EVAN GURNEY, vol. 26 (2): 197-217
The pope, the painter, and the dynamics of social standing in the Stanza della Segnatura
DANIEL M. UNGER, vol. 26 (2): 269-287
Cranach et son temps – Catalogue edited by Guido Messling, with contributions by Till-Holger Borchert, Elke A. Werner, Berthold Hinz, Véronique Bücken, Gunnar Heydenreich and Armin Kunz
HEIKE SCHLIE, vol. 26 (2): 294-301
Michelangelo. The drawings of a genius (Vienna, Albertina, 8 October 2010 – 9 January 2011). Curator Achim Gnann
JULIANA BARONE, vol. 26 (2): 302-307
John Donne's Performances: Sermons, Poems, Letters and Devotions – By Margret Fetzer
HUGH ADLINGTON, vol. 26 (2): 308-310
Castles and Colonists: An Archaeology of Elizabethan Ireland – By Eric Klingelhofer
CIARAN BRADY, vol. 26 (2): 310-312
Lorenzo and Giovanna. Timeless Art and Fleeting Lives in Renaissance Florence – By Gert Jan Van der Sman
CATHERINE LAWLESS, vol. 26 (2): 312-314
Music and Society in Early Modern England – By Christopher Marsh
BETH QUITSLUND, vol. 26 (2): 314-316
The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser – Edited by Richard A. McCabe
MATTHEW WOODCOCK, vol. 26 (2): 316-318
BOOKS RECEIVED
vol. 26 (2): 319-320

Volume 26 (1)

Musical materials and cultural spaces
RICHARD WISTREICH, vol. 26 (1): 1-12
The order of the book: materiality, narrative and authorial voice in John Dowland's First Booke of Songes or Ayres
KIRSTEN GIBSON, vol. 26 (1): 13-33
The Ricreationi per monache of Suor Annalena Aldobrandini
LAURIE STRAS, vol. 26 (1): 34-59
Affordable splendour: editing, printing and marketing the Sarum Antiphoner (1519–20)
MAGNUS WILLIAMSON, vol. 26 (1): 60-87
My Ladye Nevells Booke: music, patronage and cultural negotiation in late sixteenth-century England
YAEL SELA TEICHLER, vol. 26 (1): 88-111
Revealing their hand: lute tablatures in early seventeenth-century England
ELIZABETH KENNY, vol. 26 (1): 112-137
‘E in rileggendo poi le proprie note’: Monteverdi responds to Artusi?
TIM CARTER, vol. 26 (1): 138-155
Notes on contributors
vol. 26 (1): 156-157

Volume 25 (5)

The Arabic theory of astral influences in early modern medicine
LIANA SAIF, vol. 25 (5): 609-626
The nun apothecaries of Renaissance Florence: marketing medicines in the convent
SHARON T. STROCCHIA, vol. 25 (5): 627-647
Samuel Daniel's The Complaint of Rosamond and the arrival of Tasso's Armida in England
JASON LAWRENCE, vol. 25 (5): 648-665
Fatherly violence, motherly absence, servants' resistance in Shakespeare and his time
HIEWON SHIN, vol. 25 (5): 666-683
Constructing Isabella d'Este's musical decorum in the visual sphere
TIM SHEPHARD, vol. 25 (5): 684-706
Il Rinascimento nelle terre ticinesi: Da Bramantino a Bernardino Luini (Rancate, Pinacoteca cantonale Giovanni Züst, 10 October 2010–9 January 2011, and Varese, Musei Civici, Sala Veratti, 17 October 2010–9 January 2011)
JÖRG ZUTTER, vol. 25 (5): 707-715
The Body in Renaissance Studies
MARGARET HEALY, vol. 25 (5): 716-719
The Italian Inquisition – By Christopher F. Black
EMILY MICHELSON, vol. 25 (5): 720-721
Milton among the Puritans: The Case for Historical Revisionism – By Catherine Gimelli Martin
MICHAEL DAVIES, vol. 25 (5): 722-724
The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare's Poetry – By Michael Schoenfeldt
PETER HYLAND, vol. 25 (5): 724-725
Renaissance Postscripts: Responding to Ovid's Heroides in Sixteenth-Century France – By Paul White
SYRITHE PUGH, vol. 25 (5): 725-727
Thomas More's Utopia in Early Modern Europe: Paratexts and Contexts – Edited by Terence Cave
JOHN JOWETT, vol. 25 (5): 727-729
BOOKS RECEIVED
vol. 25 (5): 730-732

Volume 25 (4)

Medicean metamorphoses: Carnival in Florence, 1513
NICHOLAS SCOTT BAKER, vol. 25 (4): 491-510
The construction of artistic reputation in Seicento Bologna: Guido Reni and the Sirani
BABETTE BOHN, vol. 25 (4): 511-537
Humanist Aristotelianism in the vernacular: two sixteenth-century programmes
PAULA OLMOS, vol. 25 (4): 538-558
Anti-Jesuit patriotic absolutism: Robert Filmer and French ideas (c. 1580–1630)
CESARE CUTTICA, vol. 25 (4): 559-579
El Esplendor del Renacimiento en Aragon (Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, 15 Jun–20 September 2009; Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia. 21 October 2009–24 January 2010; Museo de Zaragoza; 17 February–20 April 2010)
Piers Baker-Bates, vol. 25 (4): 580-584