Renaissance Studies articles

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
Greek in the Renaissance: scholarship, dissemination and transition
EUGENIA RUSSELL, vol. 25 (4): 585-589
Fairy-Tale Science: Monstrous Generation in the Tales of Straparola and Basile – By Suzanne Magnanini
CHRIS LAOUTARIS, vol. 25 (4): 590-592
Collaboration and Interdisciplinarity in the Republic of Letters: Essays in Honour of Richard G. Maber – Edited by Paul Scott
CHRISTIAN THORSTEN CALLISEN, vol. 25 (4): 592-593
Used Books: Marking Readers in Renaissance England – By William H. Sherman
GUYDA ARMSTRONG, vol. 25 (4): 594-595
Cipro e la memoria dell'antico fra medioevo e rinascimento: la percezione del passato romano dell'isola nel mondo occidentale – By Lorenzo Calvelli
PETER EDBURY, vol. 25 (4): 596-597
Deathly Experiments: A Study of Icons and Emblems of Mortality in Christopher Marlowe's Plays – By Clayton G. MacKenzie
LISA HOPKINS, vol. 25 (4): 597-599
Henry VIII and his Afterlives: Literature, Politics and Art – Edited by Martin Rankin, Christopher Highley and John N. King
GREG WALKER, vol. 25 (4): 599-601
Heresy and Orthodoxy in Early English Literature, 1350–1680 – Edited by Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and John Flood
THOMAS CHARLTON, vol. 25 (4): 601-603
Selected Writings: a Bilingual Edition – By Marguerite de Navarre
CATHY HAMPTON, vol. 25 (4): 604-605
Reading Masques: The English Masque and Public Culture in the Seventeenth Century – By Lauren Shohet
NEIL FORSYTH, vol. 25 (4): 606-608

Volume 25 (3)

America and Amerindians in Sebastian Münster's Cosmographiae universalis libri VI (1550)
SUREKHA DAVIES, vol. 25 (3): 351-373
Strategies of women patrons of music and theatre in Rome: Maria Mancini Colonna, Queen Christina of Sweden, and women of their circles
VALERIA DE LUCCA, vol. 25 (3): 374-392
Francesco Paciotti, European geopolitics, and military architecture
IAN VERSTEGEN, vol. 25 (3): 393-414
After Elizabeth: representations of female rule in Massinger's tragicomedies
LAURA TOSI, vol. 25 (3): 433-446
Philips's 1628 Paradisus and the triumph of the Eucharist
KERRY MCCARTHY, vol. 25 (3): 447-458
Raphael: Cartoons and Tapestries for the Sistine Chapel (London, Victoria and Albert Museum, 8 September–24 October 2010) – Edited by Mark Evans and Clare Browne with Arnold Nesselrath
LISA PON, vol. 25 (3): 459-468
Salvator Rosa (1615–1673): Bandits, Wilderness and Magic (London, Dulwich Picture Gallery, 15 September–28 November 2010; Fort Worth, Kimbell Art Museum, 12 December 2010–27 March 2011) – By Helen Langdon, Xavier F. Salomon and Caterina Volpi
EDWARD PAYNE, vol. 25 (3): 469-474
Engendering the Fall: John Milton and Seventeenth-Century Women Writers – By Shannon Miller
JOHN FLOOD, vol. 25 (3): 475-476
Croatia: Aspects of Art, Architecture and Cultural Heritage – By John Julius Norwich et al.
DEBORAH HOWARD, vol. 25 (3): 476-479
Gender, Sexuality, and Material Objects in English Renaissance Verse – By Pamela S. Hammons
SHEILA T. CAVANAGH, vol. 25 (3): 480-481
Urban Poetics in the French Renaissance – By Elisabeth Hodges
HONOR ALDRED, vol. 25 (3): 481-483
Magic and Masculinity in Early Modern English Drama – By Ian McAdam
TOM MACFAUL, vol. 25 (3): 483-485
Empire without End. Antiquities Collections in Renaissance Rome, c. 1350–1527 – By Kathleen Wren Christian
GUIDO REBECCHINI, vol. 25 (3): 485-487

Volume 25 (2)

Dominicans, Franciscans, and the art of political rivalry: two drawings and a fresco by Giovanni Battista della Rovere
Thomas McGrath, vol. 25 (2): 185-207
Natural fools and the historiography of Renaissance folly
Paromita Chakravarti, vol. 25 (2): 208-227
Mapping the waters: sea charts, navigation, and Camões's Os Lusíadas
Bernhard Klein, vol. 25 (2): 228-247
‘La zecca vecchia’: myth, archeology and architectural design in the high Renaissance concept of rustication
Lola Kantor-Kazovsky, vol. 25 (2): 248-275
Mapping the hieroglyphic self: spiritual geometry in the letters of John Winthrop, Jr, and Edward Howes (1627–1640)
Katherine Shrieves, vol. 25 (2): 276-297
Reading the Psalms with Athanasius and Seneca: Stoicism and providence in the Earl of Clarendon's Contemplations
Simon J. G. Burton, vol. 25 (2): 298-317
‘Dies Buch in aller Zunge, Hand und Herzen’– 475 Jahre Lutherbibel (Eisenach, Wartburg, 4 May–31 October 2009). Companion volume ‘Dies Buch in aller Zunge, Hand und Herzen’– 475 Jahre Lutherbibel– Edited by Jutta Krauß
Alexandra Kess, vol. 25 (2): 318-320
Rogier van der Weyden 1400–1464: Master of Passions, (Leuven, M, 20 September–6 December 2009) – Catalogue edited by Lorne Campbell and Jan Van der Stock
Jeanne Nuechterlein, vol. 25 (2): 321-324
Fra Angelico to Leonardo. Italian Renaissance Drawings (London, British Museum, 22 April–25 July 2010, and Florence, Galleria degli Uffizi, 1 February to 30 April 2011) – Catalogue edited by Hugo Chapman and Marzia Faietti
Francis Ames-Lewis, vol. 25 (2): 325-333
“Silence and Sufferance”: The Tacit Milton
Adam Swann, vol. 25 (2): 334-337
Johann Sleidan and the Protestant Vision of History – By Alexandra Kess
Jonathan Willis, vol. 25 (2): 338-339
The Renaissance in the Streets, Schools, and Studies. Essays in Honour of Paul F. Grendler – Edited by Konrad Eisenbichler and Nicholas Terpstra
Robert Black, vol. 25 (2): 340-341