Renaissance Studies Latest Issue (November 2019)

The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 33, no. 5, November 2019) is now available on-line via the Wiley-Blackwell website.

 

 

Articles

  • Joel Swann, Reading the Davison psalms in manuscript and print, pp. 668-690 
  • Leticia Álvarez‐Recio, 'Translations of Spanish chivalry works in the Jacobean book trade: Shelton’s Don Quixote in the light of Anthony Munday's publications', pp. 691-711 
  • Sarah A Bendall, ‘Take measure of your wide and flaunting garments’: The farthingale, gender and the consumption of space in Elizabethan and Jacobean England, pp. 712-737
  • Paul W. Jacobs II, 'Cola di Rienzo and the reenactment of an ancient tale – finding the Prata Flaminia in fourteenth‐century Rome', pp. 738-760
  • Elizabeth Miller, 'Antonio Lafreri’s architecture and ornament volumes: Crossing the boundary between books and volumes of prints in late sixteenth‐century Rome', pp. 761-788
  • Kaarlo Havu, 'Ethos, authority and worldly reputation in the Erasmian Republic of Letters', pp. 789-807
  • Alexandra Bamji, 'Marginalia and mortality in early modern Venice', pp. 808-831
  • Irene Galandra Cooper, 'Unlocking ‘pious homes’: revealing devotional exchanges and religious materiality in early modern Naples', pp. 832-853
Review of exhibitions
  • Islam e Firenze: Arte e collezionismo dai Medicial Novecento (Florence, Le Gallerie degli Uffi zi and Museo Nazionale del Bargello, 22 June–23 September 2018) reviewed by Antonia Gatward Cevizli, pp. 854-860 
  • Bert W. Meijer, Il disegno veneziano 1580–1650: ricostruzioni storico-artistiche.(Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2017) reviewed by Jörg Zutter, pp. 861-863
Book reviews
  • Coen Maas, Medievalism and Political Rhetoric in Humanist Historiography from the Low Countries (1515–1609). (Turnhout: Brepols, 2018) reviewed by Esther van Raamsdonk, pp. 864-86
  • Andrew Hadfield, Lying in Early Modern English Culture: From the Oath of Supremacy to the Oath of Allegiance. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017) reviewed by Mary Ann Lund, pp. 866-868