The Bulletin - April 2011

BULLETIN OF THE SOCIETY FOR RENAISSANCE STUDIES
April 2011, Volume xxviii, Number 1
   

Letter from the Honorary Chair of the Society for Renaissance Studies
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OBITUARY

Mary (Ray) Forty (1916 - 2010)
SpacerSTELLA FLETCHER

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CONFERENCE REPORTS

Alchemy: Between Science and Religion: A Thesis Workshop, University of Amsterdam
SpacerPETER FORSHAW

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Staging Transgression in the Early Modern Period, Trinity College Dublin
SpacerRORY LOUGHNANE AND EDEL SEMPLE

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Forum for the Study of Early Modern Women in Continental Europe: Launch and First Interdisciplinary Colloquium, Trinity College Dublin
SpacerEAVAN O' BRIEN

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The Gathered Text, Bodleian Library
SpacerREBECCA BULLARD

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Reformation Studies Colloquium, University of St. Andrews
SpacerBRIDGET HEAL

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Biblical Women: Reading and Writing Women in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, Queen's University, Belfast
SpacerVICTORIA BROWNLEE AND LAURA GALLAGHER

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Polyhistoricon: The Uses and Abuses of History in Early Modern Europe, University of Sussex
SpacerABIGAIL SHINN AND ANGUS VINE

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Universal Reformation: Intellectual Networks in Central and Western Europe, 1560—1670, St. Anne's College, Oxford
SpacerJAMES BROWN AND HOWARD HOTSON

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Education and Learning in Early Modern Britain, Trinity Hall, Cambridge,   
SpacerREI KANEMURA

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Hoffman, or Hamlet without the Prince, Magdalen College, Oxford       
SpacerEMMA SMITH

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Agnolo Bronzino: Medici Court Artist in ContextBritish Institute of Florence
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ANDREA GÁLDY

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Readings and Representations of the Seventeenth Century, Chetham's Library, Manchester
SpacerJAMES SMITH AND JOEL SWANN

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BOOK REVIEWS

Gillian Austen, George Gascoigne                                    
SpacerGABRIEL HEATON

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Kent Cartwright, ed., A Companion to Tudor Literature
SpacerJESSICA WINSTON

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Jane Grogan, ed., Celebrating Mutabilitie: Essays on Edmund Spenser's Mutabilitie Cantos
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MATTHEW WOODCOCK

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Jason Harris and Keith Sidwell, eds., Making Ireland Roman: Irish Neo-Latin writers and the Republic of Letters
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ROGER GREEN

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Joanna Picciotto, Labors of Innocence in Early Modern England
SpacerKAREN EDWARDS

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Sarah Gwyneth Ross, The Birth of Feminism: Woman as Intellect in Renaissance Italy and England
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MEREDITH K. RAY

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John Scattergood, Occasions for Writing: Essays on Medieval and Renaissance Literature, Politics and Society
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GILLIAN WHITE

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Victor Skretkowicz, European Erotic Romance: Philhellene Protestantism, Renaissance Translation and English Literary Politics
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STEPHEN HARRISON

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REPORTS AND NOTICES
Fellowship Report
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Forthcoming Events
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Notices and Announcements
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