Bibliographic update April 2017: All

Renaissance Studies

Issue Information - Table of Contents
vol. 31 (2): 175-178
The animal in Renaissance Italy
Stephen Bowd, Sarah Cockram, vol. 31 (2): 183-200
The beginnings of comparative anatomy and Renaissance reflections on the human–animal divide
Benjamin Arbel, vol. 31 (2): 201-222
Real animals in ideal cities: the place and use of animals in Renaissance utopian literature
Cecilia Muratori, vol. 31 (2): 223-239
‘To dust the pelisse’: the erotic side of fur in Italian Renaissance art
Patricia Lurati, vol. 31 (2): 240-260
Human and animal in the Renaissance eye
Frances Gage, vol. 31 (2): 261-276
Interspecies understanding: exotic animals and their handlers at the Italian Renaissance court
Sarah Cockram, vol. 31 (2): 277-296
Talking of animals: whales, ambergris, and the circulation of knowledge in seventeenth-century Rome
Monica Azzolini, vol. 31 (2): 297-318

Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice

Historians
vol. 21 (1): 125-128
Nagasaki: life after nuclear war
vol. 21 (1): 128-129
Imagining early modern histories
vol. 21 (1): 120-125
Editorial
vol. 21 (1): 1-1
A storm in Sāmoa: an environmental microhistory
vol. 21 (1): 2-27
The year of living supernaturally
vol. 21 (1): 28-47
‘More reputation than she deserves’: remembering suffrage in Wyoming
vol. 21 (1): 48-66
Rome remembers fascism: the monument to the Fosse Ardeatine massacre as immersive historical experience
vol. 21 (1): 67-90
Memories of the counterculture through the lens of Irwin Klein
vol. 21 (1): 91-102
Lockridge family histories: looking for the raintree
vol. 21 (1): 103-119
Editorial
vol. 21 (1): 1-1
A storm in Sāmoa: an environmental microhistory
vol. 21 (1): 2-27
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