1. "A beast whose scales are as Armor": Armadillos in Early Modern Europe
    Florencia Pierri
  2. "A Foreigner in their Country”: The Strange Career of Regina Salomea Pilsztynowa, a Polish Catholic Female Physician in Eighteenth Century Istanbul
    Wladyslaw Roczniak
  3. "A Real Obstacle Course": The Testimony of Paris’s Saint Merry’s Parish Factory Related to the Order of a New Choir Serving the Catholic Reform
    Sébastien Bontemps
  4. "A time of absolute darkness": Veterinary Medicine and the Legacy of Renaissance Anatomy
    Karl R. Appuhn
  5. "A True, Proper Woman": Gender Transgression and Transgender Identity in Early Modern Europe
    Edith J. Benkov
  6. "A womans Logicke": Calvinist Women Writers and the Rejection of Education
    Christina E. Luckyj
  7. "Amour est sans milieu": Willful and Playful Extremism in Ronsard’s Sonets pour Helene
    François Cornilliat
  8. "An Apple a Day": Dietetic and Poetic Moderation around the Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft
    Anthony Mahler
  9. "And I know this from all the years of experience that I have in this art”: Midwives as Expert Witnesses in Early Modern Roman Courts
    John Christopoulos
  10. "And the Chaldeans say it is true": Evidence and Authority in Agrippa's Magical Theology
    Allison B. Kavey
  11. "And then she threw the Devil at him": Folklore and Demonology in Early Modern Denmark
    Louise Nyholm Kallestrup
  12. "Buddah in the Andes”: Tradition, Synchronicity, and the Invention of Images around the World
    Gabriela Siracusano
  13. Translator as Midwife: Gender and Practice in Dramatic Retellings of the Life of Antony
    Susan E. Hrach
  14. "Clothed with a Garment of Excessive Whiteness”: Whiteness between Mystic Union and Scientific Evidence
    Henrike Eibelshäuser
  15. "Competing Translations” in Late Sixteenth-Century England
    Susan Baddeley
  16. "Contagious Blastments": Material Infection and the Tainted Mind
    James A. Knapp
  17. "Damnatio Memoriae" or Apotheosis? The Afterlife of the Monte Giordano "Uomini Famosi"
    Kristin A. Triff
  18. "Dick Head!": A Few Thoughts on a Subversive Scribble by Caravaggio
    Jérémie Koering
  19. "Eloquent Pleadings": Legal Allegory in Cavendish’s "The Contract" and The Blazing World
    Marissa Nicosia
  20. "English tynne" and "Graecian gold": Substantial Language in Early Modern England
    Helen Smith
  21. "Exiled and banished from intercourse with the Flemish": Scottish Parliamentary Legislation in the Mid-Fourteenth Century
    Amy Eberlin
  22. "Fathers are won by degrees": Performing Parental Authority in The Witch of Edmonton
    Roderick McKeown
  23. "Flower Power" in the Complaints and Garden of Adonis
    Heather James
  24. "Half Dead": Force and Aesthetic Response
    Frank Fehrenbach
  25. "He Has a Bad Wife": The Importance of Women’s Reputations to the Functioning of Edwardian Politics
    Helen J. Graham-Matheson
  26. "He seems a king by long succession born": The Problem of Cromwellian Accession and Succession
    Steven N. Zwicker
  27. "How about some good wether?": Witches and Werewolves at the Sabbath in Renaissance Italy
    Matteo Duni
  28. "I go on nibbling at the Selden ms.": The Scribal Publication of John Selden's Table Talk
    Thomas Roebuck
  29. "I will speake freely": Manuscript Accounts of the Trial of the Earls of Essex and Southampton in 1601
    Paul E.J. Hammer
  30. "In the Guise of History": History and Poetry in Cinquecento Italy
    Richard Tristano
  31. "In tutte le case di Vinezia sono molti ritratti": Venetian Portrait Collections and Their Functions
    Elsje Van Kessel
  32. "Justice and Peace Have Kissed": Interpreting a Renaissance Rebus
    James Fishburne
  33. "Knowledge-Dividable": Margaret Cavendish’s Shapes of Fancy and the Transgeneric Text
    Carla Baricz
  34. "L'occhio ne' sogni": Prophecy as a Mirror of Reality in Leonardo da Vinci
    Marco Versiero
  35. "Like the fluid sea": Masking Boundries in Pieter Isaacsz's Allegory of Amsterdam (Cover of Amsterdam City Harpsichord)
    Danijela Zutic
  36. "Look into the stains on walls": Salvator Rosa’s Drawings as a Stimulus to Invention
    Helen Langdon
  37. "L’Odyssée" de Fontainebleau entre texte et image
    Luisa Capodieci
  38. "Me & my Infant": Maternal and Infant Bodies in Early Modern England
    Leah Astbury
  39. "Merit lies only in knowledge and virtue": Overcoming Fortune through Diligent Study
    Anna-Luna Post
  40. "Metaphors We Pray by": Images of Prayer in Early Modern Kabbalah
    Uri Safrai
  41. "Mirabile nel miniare": Plautilla Nelli and Manuscript Illumination at the Dominican Convent of Santa Caterina da Siena, Florence
    Catherine L. Turrill
  42. "More open and beautiful": Transformations of Sacred Space in Sixteenth-Century Florence
    Joanne Allen
  43. "Musicke doth witnesse call": Representing Truth and Self in the English Vocal Music
    Katherine Bank
  44. "My Proof and Right to Practice”: Examining Female Medical Practitioners in Early Modern Spain
    Michele Clouse
  45. "Natures in Conjunction": Lucretian Natural Law in Lucy Hutchinson’s Order and Disorder
    Emily Griffiths Jones
  46. "Non vi potevate voltare in lato alcuno che non vi dolesse": Neutrality and Politics in Italian Diplomatic Practice (ca. 1450–ca. 1520)
    Isabella Lazzarini
  47. "Not single spies": Shakespeare’s Ligatures
    Jason E. Scott-Warren
  48. "O miserable profession pedantesque!": Comic Self-Awareness in Bruscambille's Prologues on Pedants
    Annette Tomarken
  49. "On or about/In and upon": The Growth of "Almanac Time" in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England
    Keith Wrightson
  50. "One of those Lutherans we used to burn in campo de fiore": Catholic-Convert Northern Diaspora Engravers Figuring Conversion in Seventeenth-Century Rome
    Ruth S. Noyes
  51. "One, two, three: time, time!:" "Keeping" Time in Early Modern English Theater and Culture
    Denise Kelly
  52. "Others mortalety might put me in mind of mine": Stories of Sickness by Early Modern Women
    Olivia Weisser
  53. "Par tes arts de Médée": Women, Witches, and Martyrs in Late Renaissance French Drama
    Michael Meere
  54. "Part of his trade I know": Male and Female Needlework in English Textile Guilds, ca. 1580–1680
    Claire Canavan
  55. "Pour’d Out in Loosenesse on the Grassie Grounde," or, How Do I know I’m Reading Allegory?
    William Allan Oram
  56. "Pro divinissima eucaristia oratio": Francesco del Padovano and Preaching in the Papal Court of Eugenius IV
    Luke Bancroft
  57. "Put money in thy purse": The Afterlife of Philip Henslowe
    Varsha Panjwani
  58. "Quello che è oggidì nascosto col tempo verrà in luce": Prophecy and renovatio mundi in Loys Le Roy and Giordano Bruno
    Maria Elena Severini
  59. "Qu’un fol enseigne bien un saige": Rabelais et la folie: entre idéal et réel
    Bernd Renner
  60. "Readyng is the best medicine": Literary and Therapeutic Taste in Early Modern Miscellanies
    Elizabeth Swann
  61. "Sdegno" and the "Risposta Secca" in "Contrasti" by Isabella Andreini and Domenico Bruni
    Pamela Allen Brown
  62. "Seeing the sky on earth": Astronomy and the Early Modern Garden
    Denis Ribouillault
  63. "Shaven off a Eunuch’s Chin": Hair, Skin, and Curious Coverings in Caroline Verse
    Phoebe Dickerson
  64. "Shrowde shrews, and honest wyues": Translation, Print, and Gender in Early Modern England
    Brenda M. Hosington
  65. "Sono greco, e ciò mi dà gloria": Antiquarianism, Collecting, and Civic Identities in Sixteenth-Century Naples
    Salvatore Napolitano
  66. "Streaked with Gold": The Venetian Studio of Mariano Fortuny
    Charlotte F. Nichols
  67. "That which hath no part": The Euclidean Point at the Dawn of English Geometry
    Michael J. Barany
  68. "The Antidote of that Mislikes You So": Female Body Size and Health in the Renaissance
    Sara Read
  69. "The Best Food the Sea Affords": Eating Turtle/Making English Caribbean Identity
    Kim F. Hall
  70. "The Gates of the Mind Open Only from the Inside": Petrarchan Hermeneutics between Gadamer and Betti
    Rocco Rubini
  71. "The Law I Gave to Nature": Aporetic Proclamations of Natural Law in Paradise Lost
    Björn Quiring
  72. "The monkey duchess all undressed”: Women and Monkeys in Seventeenth-Century England
    Holly E. Dugan
  73. "The Spirit of Prayer Inspired": Invocation as Prayer in Milton's Late Poetry
    Noam Reisner
  74. "The Supplication of the Blood” (1598): A Neglected Spenser Manuscript?
    Hiram Morgan
  75. "Therefore I study you first": Where to Start with Donne’s Female Patrons?
    Daniel Starza Smith
  76. "They Speak in Their Silence": Implicit Faith and the Religion of the Creatures
    Joanna Picciotto
  77. "This Evil Act"? Jews and Hunting in Renaissance Italy
    Andrew D. Berns
  78. "Three Houres" or "My Whole Years Work": The Labor of Lyric Writing in Renaissance England
    Rhiannon Lewis
  79. "To busie the mindes of the people": Theater and Crowd Control in Protectorate London in the 1650s
    Christopher Orchard
  80. "To have in money or plate or household stuff": The Value of Household Goods in Late Medieval London
    Katherine French
  81. "To Present Your Majesty With a Simple Gift"
    Jane A. Lawson
  82. "To see, and to bee seene . . . and possesse the Stage, against the Play": Actor-Audience Interaction in the Repertories of Two Playing Companies at the Blackfriars
    Sarah Dustagheer
  83. "To the Italian brethren": Anglo-Swiss Propaganda and Religious Dissent in Italy during the Counter-Reformation
    Simone Maghenzani
  84. "Tra le Venezie impossibili": A Failed Plan to Found a General Hospital in the Mid-Quattrocento
    Reinhold Mueller
  85. "Transcritto di mano": New Manuscripts from the Nun-Scribes of the Benedictine Convent of Le Murate, Florence
    Melissa Moreton
  86. "Truth and falsehood be near twins": John Donne and the Pseudonymous "J.D"
    Katherine Rundell
  87. "Una bellissima festa in bianco e verde": les fêtes pour le baptême de Charles-Emmanuel Ier
    Rosanna Gorris Camos
  88. "Una splendida riuscita": Maritime Commerce and the Winds of Fortune in Decameron 2.4
    Carol Chiodo
  89. "Una vera battaglia con morti e feriti": The Incident of the Bishop of Lamego in Rome in the Context of the Portuguese Revolt of 1640
    Joana Margarida Ribeirete de Fraga
  90. "Under the shade of a mulberry tree": Reconstructing Nature in Leonardo’s Sala delle Asse
    Jill M. Pederson
  91. "Upon A Bed of Roses She Was Layd": The Alchemy of Sexual Pleasure in the Bowre of Bliss
    Lisa Jennings
  92. "Ut alis sublati Platonicis": The Ascent of the Soul in Plotinus and Ficino
    Wiebke-Marie Stock
  93. "Vertuous Lore and Gentle Noriture": Home and School in Early Modern England
    Judith Owens
  94. "Vj byrk treis to cleyth the But, Trones and Croce": Tamed Nature and Political Propaganda in Early Modern Scotland
    Giovanna Guidicini
  95. "We will wear your insignias . . . in the center of our heart": Milan, Florence, and the Material Culture of Diplomacy
    Timothy D. McCall
  96. "What I write I do not see": The Place of Invisible Ink in English Civil War Correspondence
    Karen Britland
  97. "Wisely at home among his books": Gabriel Harvey’s Useless Reading
    Adam G. Hooks
  98. "With a Kingdom's happiness / Doth she private Lares bless": Representing Anna of Denmark in Jacobean England
    Clare Whitehead
  99. "You will quickly perceive them to be his": John Selden’s Writings and His Table Talk
    Jeffrey Alan Miller
  100. 1581: Mathematics, Emblematics, and Melancholia
    Bradley Nelson
  101. 1601–03: Elizabeth I’s Last Years
    Janet Dickinson
  102. 1689 and the Aesthetics of Succession
    John West
  103. 23 October 1610: A Day in Blackfriars and Ben Jonson’s The Alchemist
    Christopher D'Addario
  104. A Bird’s Eye View of Early Modern Latin: A Computer-Assisted Analysis of Style Variation
    Maciej Eder
  105. A chacun son Diogène: Un personnage facétieux en quête d’auteur
    Dominique Bertrand
  106. A Chain of Thought? The Continued Use of the Rosary in Early Modern Medical Treatments
    Rachel King
  107. A Chess Board, One and Thirty Stones, a Pair of Sheets, and a Heart: Jane Cavendish's Gift Giving
    Marion Wynne-Davies
  108. A family Affair: The Capuchin Church in Frascati and Boncompagni Patronage in Counter-Reformation Rome
    Patrizia Tosini
  109. A Feast for the Senses: Herod's Banquet and Sensory Culture in the Renaissance
    Meredith J. Gill
  110. A Forbidden Manuscript in the Library of Marc-Antoine Muret and the Reactions North of the Alps
    Francesca Niutta
  111. A Franciscan Legacy: Benozzo Gozzoli’s Frescoes in the Choir Chapel of San Francesco in Montefalco
    Shannon Emily Gilmore
  112. A Hypothesis for Lippo and Tederigo Memmi between Siena and Avignon
    Machtelt Israëls
  113. A Jesuit between Nations, Faiths, and Languages: Documentary Reflections on Giovanni Battista Eliano (1530–89)
    Camilla Russell
  114. A Journey from Hell to Atheism
    Pasquale Terracciano
  115. A Legal Murderer: The Executioner in the Italian Renaissance
    Enrica Guerra
  116. A Love Affair with Tasso's Love Affair: The Compagnoni and Alberti Forgeries
    Janet E. Gomez
  117. A Mirror in Stone: The Sacro Bosco and the Boschi of Bomarzo
    Katherine Coty
  118. A Model for God: Doni on Michelangelo’s Anticipation of the Future
    Gerd Blum
  119. A Mother’s Gift? Renée of France, Anna d’Este, and the Madrigali d’amore of Tuttovale Menon
    Laurie Stras
  120. A Natural History of Satyrs: Myths and Exotica in the Age of Discoveries
    Daniel Margocsy
  121. A New Methodological Tool for Studying the Vernacular Languages of the Renaissance: The "Laboratories"
    Elsa Kammerer
  122. Hypergamous Marriage and Princely Rule: Dynastic Networks and Political Negotiation in the Letters of Eleonora d’Aragona and Ercole d’Este (1477–93)
    Jessica Gianna Moira O'Leary
  123. A New Reading of a Fresco in the Villa Farnesina
    Allison N. Fisher
  124. A New Source for Revealing Attitudes toward Music in Seventeenth-Century England: Commendatory Verses In Early English Music Books
    Janet Pollack
  125. A New Vision of Empire: History Writing and Political Criticism in the Reign of Philip III
    Michael Andrew Gonzales
  126. A Poetic Feud: Politic Debates and Controversy between French and Burgundian Rhetoricians (1477–91)
    Katell Lavéant
  127. A Prosopography of Fifteenth-Century Florentine Diplomats
    Brian Jeffrey Maxson
  128. A qalamdan in the Quirinal? Representing Armenian Embassies to Pope Paul V
    Cristelle L. Baskins
  129. A Resurgence in Late Trecento Art: The Ciborium in the Basilica of St. John Lateran
    Carol Hendricks
  130. A Reversal of Fortune: Titian’s Peter Martyr and The Assumption of the Virgin after Napoleon
    Christina Ferando
  131. A Risk Friendly Environment? Merchants, Theologians, Mathematicians, and the Insurance Market in Renaissance Florence
    Giovanni M. Ceccarelli
  132. A Rod or a Kiss? Burgundian and Italian Views of Conquest and Masculinity at the Court of Charles V
    Rebecca A. Boone
  133. A Roman Virtuoso's Vision of Nature: The Origins of Cassiano dal Pozzo's Paper Museum
    Paula Findlen
  134. A Servant of Two Masters: Michel Angelo Corai as Tuscan Diplomat (1606–13)
    Federico Federici
  135. A State Affair: The Love Story of Camilla Faà and Ferdinando Gonzaga
    Molly Bourne
  136. A Taste for the Tactile: Sculpted Altarpieces in Naples, ca.1530–1600
    Damian Dombrowski
  137. A Testament in Stone. The Podocataro-Tombs in Rome and Venice
    Anett Ladegast
  138. A Translator and His Readers: The Case of Antonio Brucioli
    Eva Del Soldato
  139. A Vinaigrette by Any Other Name: Cookbooks and Lexicography in Early Modern France
    Timothy J. Tomasik
  140. A Witness of Their Own Nation: On the Influence of Juan Andrés
    Ryan Szpiech
  141. A “Publick Stage” for Conflict between Crown and City: The Royal Exchange in Early Modern London
    Hyeyun Chin
  142. Accusations and Authority: Women Accusers before the Spanish Inquisition
    Gretchen D. Starr-LeBeau
  143. Achilles’s Spit: Poliziano’s Ambra and the Place of Greek in Humanist Style
    Robert T. Kendrick
  144. Administering the Public Good: Florence’s Ospedale degli Innocenti as an Urban Landlord
    Daniel Jamison
  145. Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini and the Impact of Constance on Basel
    Nancy Bisaha
  146. Aesthetics of Unruly Bodies: Montaigne’s Essays and Pathology
    Yuri Kondratiev
  147. Affective Politics and Alternative Histories in Rowley’s When You See Me, You Know Me
    Mario DiGangi
  148. After Allegory: Ornament and Repetition in the English "Rehearsal Sermons"
    Mary E. Morrissey
  149. Agnolo Bronzino’s Martyrdom of San Lorenzo and Machiavellian Mischief
    Stuart Lingo
  150. Agostino Steuco’s Confutation of Lorenzo Valla: Contra Laurentium Vallam, de falsa Donatione Constantini libri duo
    Michele Zanobini
  151. Akbar’s Jesus and Marlowe’s Tamburlaine: Strange Parallels of Early Modern Sacredness
    Azfar Moin
  152. Alberti, Machiavelli, and Modernity
    William J. Connell
  153. Alberti’s Disembodied Eye: Embodying Memory and Vision Theory
    Rebecca Marie Howard
  154. Alchemical Poetics in Michael Maier’s Atalanta Fuigens
    Jasmine Lellock
  155. Alessandro Vittoria’s Portraits for San Geminiano
    Thomas E. Martin
  156. Alessandro Zorzi and the Venetian Invention of the New World
    Elizabeth A. Horodowich
  157. Alexander the Great, the Hermetic Tradition, and Universal Empire in the Ottoman-Catholic Borderlands
    Giancarlo Casale
  158. Alexander VII, Giovanni Antonio de Rossi, and the “Canto del Bufalo"
    Patricia Waddy
  159. All Together Now: Artistic Collaboration in Seventeenth-Century Utrecht
    Elizabeth Nogrady
  160. Allegories of Time in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Propaganda: Sources and Functions
    Simona Cohen
  161. Allegorizing Eliza: Disabling Female Regiment in The Faerie Queene
    Richard McCabe
  162. Allusion and Affect in John Milton's "Epitaphium Damonis"
    Michael T. Masiello
  163. Alter Raphael: The Polysemous Model of Raphael’s Life and Work, between Art Literature and Social-Artistic Practices
    Stefano de Bosio
  164. Alternative Energies: The Prose of Donne’s Devotions and Death’s Duel
    Roger J. P. Kuin
  165. Amadeus VIII of Savoy and the Appearance of Neutrality
    Eva Pibiri
  166. Amateurship, Patronage, and the Consort in the Early Modern German Princely Context
    Lisa M. S. Skogh
  167. Ambiguous Agents: Grand Ducal Tuscany and Long-Distance Diplomacy
    Brian Brege
  168. Ambivalent Spectacle in The Faerie Queene, Book 3
    Jessica Tabak
  169. American Idols in Spain: An Examination of Philip II’s Collection of Precious Stones
    Kate Holohan
  170. Amphibological Ethnographies: Girolamo Benzoni, Urbain Chauveton, and Indigenous Representations in the Histoire nouvelle du nouveau monde (1579)
    Colt Brazill Segrest
  171. An Abdicated Queen, an Unemployed Mercenary, and Peace in Europe: Queen Christina’s Use of Military Men after the Thirty Years War
    Suzanne Sutherland
  172. An Ambitious Portait: El Greco's Vincenzo Anastagi
    Jeongho Park
  173. An Anthropology of Style
    Christopher S. Wood
  174. An Arab Travel Account in Early Modern Spain
    Oumelbanine N. Zhiri
  175. Economy on a Monumental Scale: Faux Stone in Palladio’s Architecture
    Damiana Lucia Paternò
  176. An Eagle’s Eye View: Urban and Regional Planning during the Reign of Federico da Montefeltro
    Jennifer Webb
  177. An Extremely Large Appetite for Riches: Paradoxical Praise of Avarice in the Late French Renaissance
    Jonathan H. C. Patterson
  178. An International Friendship: Palma Giovane’s Portrait Drawing of Mateo Perez de Alesio
    Christa Irwin
  179. An Intertextual Trip between More’s Epigrams and Utopia
    Concepción Cabrillana
  180. An Unedited Autograph of the Scholar Raphael ben Jacob ha-Cohen of Prato (fl. 1515–41)
    Elodie Attia
  181. An Unexpected Source of Justus Lipsius’s De bibliothecis: Fulvio Orsini’s Familiae Romanae
    Ginette Vagenheim
  182. An Unknown Poem on Charlemagne by Antonio Cornazzano, and the 1461–62 Embassy to Louis XI of France
    Oren J. Margolis
  183. Ana de San Bartolomé: Florecimiento y difusión Teresiana en Francia y los Países Bajos
    Montserrat Lau
  184. Anachronism as Fact: Vasari’s Resurrection of the Porta San Gallo Monastery for Cosimo il Vecchio
    Ryan E Gregg
  185. Ancient and Modern Rome: The Conception of History in Biondo Flavio’s Decades
    Fulvio Delle Donne
  186. Ancient Literature and the Grammarian: The Case of the Two Scaligers
    Nicholas Hardy
  187. Ancient Texts and Holy Bodies: The Language of Relics in Early Italian Humanism
    Hester E. Schadee
  188. André Thevet's Real or Supposed Networks
    Myriam Marrache-Gouraud
  189. Angus Fletcher’s Poetics of Scholarship
    Marie-Rose Logan
  190. Animalization in Race Discourse in the Sixteenth-Century Iberian World
    John Beusterien
  191. Animals and the Political in Cavendish and Hutchinson
    Mihoko Suzuki
  192. Animism and Mathesis: Fletcher on Late Roman, Renaissance, and Modern Epistemes
    Gordon Teskey
  193. Anna Maria van Schurman and Descartes
    Anne R. Larsen
  194. Anonymous Machiavellians: Secret Knowledge Displayed and Sold in 1620
    Gábor Almási
  195. Another Look at the Social World of Franciscan and Dominican Spirituality in Trecento Florence
    Anne Leader
  196. Another View of the View of Toledo and El Greco’s Concept of Cityscapes
    Walter Liedtke
  197. Antagonism and Epideictic: Girolamo Cardano’s Praise of Nero
    Eric MacPhail
  198. Antemurale civitatis graeco-latinae: On the Ideology of the Polish-Lithuanian Confederation at the End of the Sixteenth Century
    Danilo Facca
  199. Anti-Machiavellianism and Roman Religion in the Sixteenth Century
    Gregory Murry
  200. Antilian Dreams: Lost Islands and Learned Utopias in the Republic of Letters
    Carol Pal
  201. Antiquarianism and Early Christianity
    Irina Oryshkevich
  202. Anton Francesco Doni and the Dangers of Playful Art
    Una Roman D'Elia
  203. Anton Wilhelm Ertl’s Austriana Meets with Austrian Historiography
    Isabella Walser
  204. The Charterhouse and the Beginnings of Catholic Reform in Early Sixteenth-Century Cologne
    Agnes Kulik
  205. Antonio Gardano, Arcadelt’s Primo libro, and the Role of Attributions in Early Venetian Madrigal Prints
    Sherri Bishop
  206. Antwerp’s Giant Leaf Tapestries: Rooms with Views into New Landscapes
    Birgit Borkopp-Restle
  207. Apolitical Lucan in Tudor Learning and Culture
    Allyna E. Ward
  208. Appucundria napoletana: Gesualdo's 1611 Madrigals Reexamined
    Alexandra D. Amati-Camperi
  209. Arbiters and Arbitration in Sixteenth-Century Rome: A Juridical Tool at the Beginning of the Ghetto Time
    Serena Di Nepi
  210. Arboreal Exegesis and Forests of Devotion in Lorenzo Lotto’s Designs for the Choir of Santa Maria Maggiore
    April Oettinger
  211. Archaism, the Literary Past, and the Theatrical Marketplace in The Knight of the Burning Pestle
    Lucy Munro
  212. Archbishop Antoninus of Florence on Popes and Councils
    David S. Peterson
  213. Archbishop Parker's Patchwork History
    William H. Sherman, Jeffrey Todd Knight
  214. Archducal Acquisitions in Antwerp: The Account Book of Ernest of Austria
    Ivo Raband
  215. Architecture and Sacraments in Venetian Parish Churches
    Thomas Worthen
  216. Architecture as a Visual Art: Early Modern Reception of Baldassarre Peruzzi's Perspective Sketches
    Mari Yoko Hara
  217. Architecture in Perspective: Patterns of Ornament in Seventeenth-Century Views of the St. Jacob’s Church, Antwerp
    Jeffrey M. Muller
  218. Archival Regimes: Documents, Politics, and Power in Early Modern Italy
    Filippo L. C. de Vivo
  219. Aretino and Classical Literature: Rewritings, Plagiarism, and Ignorance as Self-Fashioning Strategies at the Rise of Print Culture
    Irene Fantappie
  220. Aretino, Tintoretto, and the Venetian Poligrafi: For a Cultural Diagram of the "Poor" Style
    Stefano Gulizia
  221. Argument philosophique et degré de vérité dans le De anima III de Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola
    Laurence Boulègue
  222. Ariosto’s Rome: Madness, Ferrara, and Founders in the Furioso
    Andrea Moudarres
  223. Aristotle, the Emotions, and Giles of Rome
    Rita Copeland
  224. Armies and Archives in Renaissance Italy: Record-keeping and the Florentine Militia, from Machiavelli to the Medici
    Andrea Guidi
  225. Armor as Mirror
    Diane Bodart
  226. Arms and the Habsburg Ruler: Titian and Mor’s Portraits of the Armed Philip II
    Joanna Woods-Marsden
  227. Arnolfini’s Oranges: Figuring Accumulation, Exchange, and Dissemination in Early Netherlandish Painting
    Sarah K. Kozlowski
  228. Articulated Fingers: Artificial Hands and the Intersections of Medicine, Technology, and Culture in Early Modern Europe
    Heidi Hausse
  229. Articulating Ethnicity on the Ottoman and Habsburg Frontier in Hungary: Crossing between Komárom and Esztergom, 1550–91
    Robyn Dora Radway
  230. Artistic Collaboration and Reciprocity in Early Modern Venice
    Meryl Bailey
  231. Artistic Fame and Religious Devotion in the Writings of a Spanish Painter and Nun
    Tanya J. Tiffany
  232. Artistic Transgression: The Promethean Model
    Fredrika Herman Jacobs
  233. Artists and Espionage
    Bronwen Wilson
  234. Ascension through Facing the Black Death: The Ceremonial Staircase of the Scuola Grande di San Rocco
    Katharina Bedenbender
  235. Astrology, Dream Interpretation, and Demons in Cardano’s On My Life
    Hiro Hirai, Emi Enomoto
  236. Augustine for Women: Sister Veronica’s Copy of the Città del Dio
    Kathleen Giles Arthur
  237. Authenticity and Agency: The Many Histories of the Pietà di Palestrina from 1670 to 1970
    Pierette Kulpa
  238. Authenticity and Excess in The Examinations of Anne Askew
    Clare Costley King'oo
  239. Author’s Transgressions and Subversive Characters in Portrait of Lozana: The Lusty Andalusian Woman
    Lisette Balabarca
  240. Automata in the Labyrinth: Beast Machines in Early Modern Amsterdam
    Angela C. Vanhaelen
  241. Azariah de’ Rossi and Joseph Scaliger: Locating the Bible in Time
    Elliott M. Simon
  242. Babies and Bribes: Finding Early Modern Female Readers of English Popular Medical Books
    Mary Fissell
  243. Bacon's Hints
    Caryn OConnell
  244. Badius’s Comédie du pape malade and Humor at the Eve of the Wars of Religion
    Bruce Hayes
  245. Baldassare Cossa and the Council of Constance
    Sharon Dale
  246. Ballads and Other Ridicularia: Cheap Print in Thomas Bodley's Library
    Giles Bergel
  247. Bankers' Licenses and Bankers' Daughters: Jewish Life and the Papal Authorities in Rome
    Bernard Cooperman
  248. Barbari, Not Bellini
    David Alan Brown
  249. Beautifying Elizabeth
    Patricia Phillippy
  250. Becoming a Witch: Confession and Subjectivity in the Trial of the Marlou Witches (1582–83)
    Virginia Krause
  251. Before Miscellaneity
    Megan Heffernan
  252. Before Normal: Representations of Disability in Early Modern France
    Kathleen P. Long
  253. Before the Crusca’s Vocabolario: John Florio’s Bilingual Feast
    Hermann W. Haller
  254. Before the Grand Tour: John Evelyn's Naples in the Seventeenth Century
    Rosa Maria Delli Quadri
  255. Being Mercury: Mineral Resources and the Court of Saxony
    Henrike Haug
  256. Bellini’s Recorder-Playing Angel
    Katherine S. Powers
  257. Below the Radar: Diplomatic Agents as Informal Ambassadors
    Toby Osborne
  258. Ben Jonson's Walk to Edinburgh, 1618: Reading the "Foot Voyage"
    Anna Groundwater
  259. Benventuo Cellini’s Necromancer and the Afterlife of the Colosseum in Rome
    Lila Elizabeth Yawn
  260. Bernardino Ochino: Paradigm of the Italian Reformation
    Andrea Beth Wenz
  261. Bernardino Poccetti’s Emblem: The Ceiling of Palazzo Marsichi Lenzi
    Liana De Girolami Cheney
  262. Bernardo Accolti: Outrageous Beauty
    Jonathan W. Unglaub
  263. Bessarion's Philological Theology
    Adam T. Foley
  264. Betraying Cisneros: Benito Arias Montano and the Complutensian Polyglot Bible
    Theodor William Dunkelgrün
  265. Between Cyrus and Alexander: Ancient Persia in Early Modern England
    Jane Grogan
  266. Between Ideology and Reality: The Politics of Pedagogy in Sixteenth-Century Venice
    Charlotte Cover
  267. Between Myth and History: Misrepresenting and Representing the New World
    Jonathan Hart
  268. Between Portrait and Devotion
    Maddalena Bellavitis
  269. Between Rome and Baghdad: Religious Materiality among the Chaldeans
    John-Paul Ghobrial
  270. Between Scipio Africanus and a Frontier Hero: The Caballero Martín de Córdoba y de Velasco in the Renaissance Chronicles of the Maghreb
    Mar Martínez Góngora
  271. Between Secrecy and Openness: Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptameron
    Jacob Vance
  272. Between Wall and Panel: The Pictorial Innovation of Lippo Vanni’s False Polyptych
    Kori Lisa Yee Litt
  273. Beyond Bookkeeping: Mathematical Handbooks and the Production of Error
    Carla J. Mazzio
  274. Beyond Workshop Boundaries: The Luini and the Procaccini
    Lucia Tantardini
  275. Bible Translation in Theory and Practice: Giannozzo Manetti’s New Testament
    Annet Den Haan
  276. Biblical Hebrew and Experience as Sources of Evidence in Arias Montano
    Maria M. Portuondo
  277. Biblical Return and Diasporic Honor: The Cultural Work of Manasseh ben Israel
    Noam Flinker
  278. Big Data and Little Moments in Shakespeare's Plays
    Blaine Greteman
  279. Binding and Loosing Conscience: Tyndale's Plain Sense and the Protestant Literary Tradition
    Jason Peters
  280. Biondo Flavio as Henry James’s Dencombe: Revising the Italia illustrata
    Jeffrey A. White
  281. Biondo Flavio's Italia illustrata: A Case of Delayed Recognition
    Catherine J. Castner
  282. Birds, Bees, Fleas, Rams, and Mallets as Sexual Symbols in Renaissance Songs
    Susan Forscher Weiss
  283. Bishop of Capodistria Paolo Naldini (1632–1713) and His Artistic Commissions
    Vesna Kamin Kajfež
  284. Blondus superstites: The Long Reception of Roma triumphans
    Frances Muecke
  285. Blood in the Late Medieval French Political Discourse
    Nicole Hochner
  286. Blood: The Relic of the Corporal at Orvieto Cathedral as Divine Witness
    Catherine D. Harding
  287. Blotting Out Erasmus: How Some Individual Censors Left Their Mark
    Douglas S. Pfeiffer
  288. Boccaccio, Petrarch, and the Ethics of Elegiac Writing
    Gur Zak
  289. Boccaccio’s Franciscan Poetics and Ethics
    James Kriesel
  290. Bodies of Eloquence and Eroticism: Female Singers and Castrati in Seventeenth-Century Rome
    Christine Jeanneret
  291. Body and Ear, Self and Other: Paradigms of Spirituality in the First Tridentine Musics
    Anne Piéjus
  292. Bolstering Papal and Apostolic Space: The Basilica of San Paolo in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome
    Nicola Camerlenghi
  293. Bones, Paper, Wax: The Construction and Promotion of Sanctity in the Fifteenth-Century Cult of Achahildis of Wendelstein (1269–1329?)
    Sara S. Poor
  294. Bonum quo communius eo melius: Song Collections and Collective Action
    Matthew Zarnowiecki
  295. Books and Not-Books: Implications of the Material Life and of Removed Materiality of the 1604 Royal Entry Texts
    Heather C. Easterling
  296. Bored Mystics, Muddled Saints: Inspiration and the Art of Forgetting
    Daphne Jung
  297. Borromini’s Sundials: The Quadriconcave Dial in the Quirinal Garden and the Unrealized Villa Pamphilj Project
    Natsumi Nonaka
  298. Botero the Counsellor
    Harald E. Braun
  299. Braccio da Montone in the De Vita et Gestis Braccii of Giannantonio Campano
    Emily O'Brien
  300. Bramante’s Tegurio and the Planning of St. Peter’s under Leo X
    Jens Niebaum
  301. Brantôme, Montaigne, and the Woman Question
    Dora E. Polachek
  302. Breaking the Paradigm at Santo Spirito in Florence
    Erik Gustafson
  303. Breathing under Water to See under Water in Leonardo da Vinci’s Drawings
    Leslie A. Geddes
  304. Broken Icons and Spatial Power: Urban Performance in Stow and Jonson
    Ian Andrew Munro
  305. Bronze, Stucco, and Stone: Drawing the Pantheon’s Lost Materials
    Carolyn Yerkes
  306. Brunelleschi’s Trinity: An Alternative Perspective
    James Kirk Irwin
  307. Bruno’s Engraphia: An Ethical Solution to Circe’s Enchantment
    Eleonora Buonocore
  308. Brute Force: Allegories of State Formation in the Work of Grimmelshausen
    Jane O. Newman
  309. Building a Networked Infrastructure for Early Modern Scholarship: The Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) at One Year
    Daniel Powell, Raymond G. Siemens
  310. Building and Resisting City Walls in the Italian Renaissance
    Joel Luthor Penning
  311. Building in the City: Where Public and Private Meet
    Dorothy Metzger Habel
  312. Butchers as Murderers in Renaissance Italy
    Claude D. Dickerson
  313. By Sea, Sand, and River: Three African Global Stories of Art and Influence
    Suzanne Preston Blier
  314. Caballerías and “Idle” Female Readers: Anglo-Iberian Hostilities and the Decline of Romance
    Victoria Munoz
  315. Calcographia arte occultos haud admittente: Making Secret Things Visible in the Renaissance Print
    Rebecca Zorach
  316. Calvinist Comedie and Religious Conversion during the French Reformation
    Sara Gwyn Beam
  317. Cambridge Revisited? The Logistics, Semiotics, and Phenomenology of Virtual Theatrical Space
    Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, Paul Stoesser
  318. Camillo Bolognini’s Studio: A Reconstruction from New Archival Documents
    Lisa D. Hillier
  319. Caravaggio's Darkness and the Mystical Tradition
    Kristine Wendt
  320. Cardano and J. C. Scaliger’s Polemic on Music’s Influence on Body and Soul
    Jacomien W. Prins
  321. Caricature as Performance
    Kasia Murawska-Muthesius
  322. Cariteo’s Metamorfosi and the Epilogue of Neapolitan Humanism
    Luana Del Frate
  323. Catching the Plague: Love, Health, and Disease in Shakespeare
    Ian F. Moulton
  324. Catherine of Braganza’s Books
    Dorothy Kyung Hi Kim
  325. Cato's Daughter: Portia's Literary Afterlives
    Julia Griffin
  326. Cavendish’s Convent: The Economics of Pleasure
    Melanie Russell
  327. Celebrating Jesuit Saints: The Transmission and Diffusion of Ornamental Devices in the Seventeenth Century
    Caroline Heering
  328. Celebrating the Sacred: The Distinctive Features of Religious Festivities in the Spanish Netherlands
    Ralph Dekoninck
  329. Centaurs of the Mind: Passion, Desire, and Imagination in the Poetry of Fulke Greville
    Freya Sierhuis
  330. Cervantes’s Embodied Poetics: Feeling, Movement, and Metaphor
    Catherine Connor-Swietlicki
  331. Challenging the Silent, Chaste, and Obedient Mantra
    Barbara Burgess-Van Aken
  332. Changing Faces: Royal Portraiture and the Manipulation of Colonial Bodies
    Emily Engel
  333. Changing Practices in the Accademia di San Luca
    Matthijs Jonker
  334. Charitable Performance in the Oratorio: The Sixteenth-Century Perception of a Model Patronage from Late Medieval Venice
    Danielle Abdon
  335. Charity, Patronage, and Devotion: Commissioning Salvation at Seville’s Hospital de los Venerables
    Ellen A. Dooley
  336. Charles de Bovelles on God, Nihil, and Negative Theology
    Donald F. Duclow
  337. Charles de Bovelles's Philosophy of Solitude and French Renaissance Canon Culture
    Tamara Albertini
  338. Charles Estienne’s Praedium Rusticum and the Garden of Experience
    Kelly D. Cook
  339. Chasing El Greco: Chronicle of Two Altarpieces for the Chapel of San José in Toledo
    Felix Monguilot
  340. Christian Epic and New Models of Heroism: The Case of the Scottish Queen Mary Stuart
    Veronica Carta
  341. Christian Prince, Prince of Christians: The De regimine christianorum principum of Giovanni Donato Santoro (1680)
    Francesco Saverio Minervini
  342. Christocentric Piety and Renaissance Painting before the Council of Trent: A Breeding Ground of Reform?
    Valentina Hristova
  343. Christ’s Suffering and Contested Devotional Practice in Early Modern Passion Poems
    Jenna Lay
  344. Cisterns and Land Reclamation in Gothic and Renaissance Venice
    Paola Pavanini
  345. Civic Identity and Religious Devotion in Seventeenth-Century Valencia
    Carmen Peraita
  346. Civic Purgation and the Structured Memory of Perspective
    Michael Grillo
  347. Claiming Land, Claiming Truth: Art and Authority in Sixteenth-Century French Legal Cartography
    Camille Serchuk
  348. Claims of Novelty on Sixteenth-Century Title Pages
    Jonathan Olson
  349. Clairvoyant Petrarchism: Dialogues with the Dead
    Victoria Kirkham
  350. Classical and Fifteenth-Century Concepts of Historia in Historical Literature
    Cynthia M. Pyle
  351. Claude Platin's Histoire de Giglan et de Geoffroy de Mayence (1520): Two for One?
    Richard Trachsler
  352. Claude-François Ménestrier’s Art des embl ê mes and the Development of Bimediality Theory
    David Graham
  353. Clerical Errors: Anna Bijns’s Refrains and the Catholic Defense of the Priesthood before Trent
    Sarah J. Moran
  354. Climate Theory on Trial? Roman Discussions and Censorship of Climatological Works in the Late Sixteenth Century
    Sara Olivia Miglietti
  355. Co-Rulership and Dynastic Continuity in Piero della Francesca's Montefeltro Diptych
    Melissa Swain
  356. Cognition, Marital Privacy, and Epistolary Governance in the Letters of Henrietta Maria and Charles I
    Todd Butler
  357. Collaboration and Marriage in Late Renaissance Venice: Palma Giovane and Aliense
    Colin A. Murray
  358. Collaboration or Competition? Sculptors in Late Fifteenth-Century Rome
    Johannes Röll
  359. Collecting and Performing Carnival in the Venetian Renaissance Home
    Chriscinda C. Henry
  360. Collecting Magical Gems in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp: The Case of Peter Paul Rubens
    Teresa Esposito
  361. Collecting Performance in Francis Meres and A Midsummer Night’s Dream
    Lina Perkins Wilder
  362. Collecting Portrait Drawings and the Making of Art History in Central Europe: From Dürer to the Dürerrenaissance
    Cecilia Mazzetti Di Pietralata
  363. Collection and the Art of Recollection in Shakespeare's Sonnets
    Rebeca Helfer
  364. Unusual Excesses of Nature. Coral on Display in Antwerp: Materiality and Petrifaction
    Marlise Rijks
  365. Colonial Democrats
    Noeleen McIlvenna
  366. Color in Italian Renaissance Portrait Drawings
    Thomas H. McGrath
  367. Colossus: Giants as Avatars of Nature in the Renaissance Garden
    Luke Morgan
  368. Comme de veoir et savoir: Simon Marmion’s Visualization of the Visio Caroli Grossi in the Grandes Chronique de France for Philip the Good
    Petra Raschkewitz
  369. Commonplace Dissidence: Tracing the Faultlines of Proverbial Wisdom in the English Renaissance
    J. Asia Rowe
  370. Comparing More’s Utopia with Bacon’s New Atlantis: A Necessary Dual Approach to the Ideal Society
    Céline Beaud
  371. Composing Oneself: The Bacon Family's Use of Neo-Stoicism, Images, and Space in Their Domestic Interiors
    Heather L. Meakin
  372. Composite Altarpieces and the Cult of Saints in Renaissance Tuscany
    Daniele Rivoletti
  373. Compositio loci: A Way of Meditation through Poetry and Music in Late Renaissance Music
    Christophe Georis
  374. Con voce da i sospiri: Bohemian Repercussions on Italian Music South of the Alps
    Scott Edwards
  375. Concealed Flesh: Female Nudes inside Fifteenth-Century Florentine Chests
    Rebekah Tipping Compton
  376. Concentric Literary Circles: The Circulation of Verse at Christ Church, Oxford, and the Inns of Court in Jacobean and Caroline England
    Arthur F. Marotti
  377. Concepts of Local and Global in Late Seventeenth-Century Ireland
    Marc D. Caball
  378. Confession and Authority in Early Modern Chronology
    Patrick J. Boner
  379. Confraternal Entanglements: Nonlinear Networks of Patronage and Tenancy in Late Cinquecento Florence
    Douglas N. Dow
  380. Connecting the Global Experiences of the Hispanic Monarchy: The Case of Vicente Nogueira, Historiographical Intermediary (1586–1654)
    Fabien Montcher
  381. Connoisseurs, Social Networks, and the Acquisition of Taste
    Anne Goldgar
  382. Conscience in the Early Renaissance: Thomas More and Arts in His Time
    Hélène Suzanne
  383. Considering “Weak” Networks: Margaret Ley, Hester Pulter, and John Milton
    Andrea Crow
  384. Constructing Early Modern Architectural Theory in Western Europe: Painters, Goldsmiths, Draughtsmen, and Printmakers
    Krista V. De Jonge
  385. Constructing Identity in Nature: Garden Casini in Early Modern Rome
    Lisa Neal Tice
  386. Constructing Memory Spaces in Renaissance Courts: Isabella’s "Musica Secreta" and the Art of "Cantare alla mente"
    Stefano Lorenzetti
  387. Constructing the Self through Paratext in English Seventeenth-Century Scientific Polemic
    Sarah Elizabeth Parker
  388. Contentione perfectus: Drawing in the Studios of Rembrandt and Annibale Carracci
    Stephanie S. Dickey
  389. Contesting Sovereignty in Shakespeare and Munday: The Case of Sir John Oldcastle
    Adam Kitzes
  390. Contextualizing the Presence of the Black African Woman in the Sassetti Chapel Fresco in Florence
    Kate J. P. Lowe
  391. Contra Contra Tyrannos: Understanding Gabriel Harvey’s Reading of Monarchomach Theory
    Matthew Symonds
  392. Control and Commission: Bishop Carlo Bascapè’s Impact on the Sacro Monte d'Orta
    Claudius A. Weykonath
  393. Controlling the Sight/Site of the Imperial Body in Two Early Modern Meisterlieder
    Alison Beringer
  394. Cornelis Bloemaert II: Family Ties and Artistic Exchange between Utrecht and Rome
    Erin Downey
  395. Cornelius a Lapide on the Old Testament: Catholic Biblical Scholarship between Trent and Spinoza
    Luke Murray
  396. Corporate Service and its Discontents: Captain John Saris and the London East India Company, 1604–15
    Richmond Barbour
  397. Correcting Proofs According to Alonso Víctor de Paredes
    Pablo Alvarez
  398. Corrupting the Bosom of the State: The Regencies of Catherine and Marie de’ Medici
    Kathrina Ann LaPorta
  399. Coterie Compositions: Lucy, Countess of Bedford, and “Death be not proud”
    Michelle O'Callaghan
  400. Count Maurice of Nassau (1567–1625): His Court and Patronage of Art and Science
    Erik Swart
  401. Counting Monsters: Renaissance Maps, Travel Writing, and the Ontology of Human Difference
    Surekha Davies
  402. Covert Libertinage: Secrecy, Self-Censorship, and Storytelling in Charles Sorel’s Les nouvelles choisies (1623, 1645)
    Joshua Blaylock
  403. Cowley’s Davideis: An Impartial Religious Epic?
    Joseph Wallace
  404. Coying Beauty and Virtue in Aemilia Lanyer’s Salve Deus Rex Judeaorum
    Megan Jean Darby
  405. Cranach the Younger's Plural Hercules
    Jennifer Nelson
  406. Crimes of Passion in Early Modern English Sonnet Sequences
    Danila Sokolov
  407. Crisis and Transformation: New Perspectives on the Economy of Spanish Lombardy (1500–1700)
    Stefano D'Amico
  408. Critical Critics: Women Readers and Romance
    Alice Eardley
  409. Critique, Counsel, and Control: A Jesuit Model for Virtuous, Productive Masculinity in Colonial New Spain as Depicted in Tragedia intitulada Oçio (1586)
    Brandan Grayson
  410. Crosscurrents and Confluences in the Mare Nostrum: Rethinking the Naval Clash
    Elizabeth R. Wright
  411. Crusader Ideology: Pisanello's Medals in the Guantieri Chapel in Verona
    Tanja L. Jones
  412. Cultivating Courtliness: Gardens and Interiors Space in Early Valois Palaces
    Elizabeth Ross
  413. Cultivating Presence through Strategic Patronage: The Martinengo of Brescia
    Rebecca M. Norris
  414. Cultural Tyranny in the Early Modern Period: Girolamo Savonarola’s Apologeticus
    Brenda Deen Schildgen
  415. Cusanus and Art: On Human Productivity
    Thomas Leinkauf
  416. Cusanus and Iconoclasm: The Aesthetics of Linearity
    David C. Albertson
  417. Cusanus’s Neoplatonism and Philippine Baroque Churches
    Jovino de Guzman Miroy
  418. Cut, Carve, Construct: Drafting Wendel Dietterlin’s Etched Architectura
    Elizabeth Petcu
  419. Daimonic and Gnomic: Thoughts on Angus Fletcher
    Kenneth Gross
  420. Damaging the Divine Body in an Age of Iconoclasm
    Koenraad J. A. Jonckheere
  421. Dangerous Cartographies: Threats, Death, and The Faerie Queene’s Missing Maps
    Chris Barrett
  422. Dangerous Christianities: Indigenous and Franciscan Scholars and the Transformation of the devotio moderna in Mexico
    David Tavárez
  423. Dante and the Horatian Vices
    Ronald L. Martinez
  424. Dante and the Semantics of Friendship
    Teodolinda Barolini
  425. Dante at the Center: Emerson's Canon Revisited
    Igor Candido
  426. Dante’s Justice? A Reappraisal of the contrapasso
    Justin Steinberg
  427. Dante’s Portrayal of France in the Commedia
    Kevin Brownlee
  428. Daphnaïda, Complaint, and Elegy
    Alan Niles
  429. Dating the Manuscript of Striggio’s Mass for Forty and Sixty Voices from Watermarks: New Evidence on the Early Development of the Basse Continue in France
    Catherine Deutsch
  430. Daughter-Murder as Cultural Process
    Thomas V. Cohen
  431. De la mascarade au ballet de cour dans la seconde moitié du XVIe siècle
    Concetta Cavallini
  432. De la nature à la peinture: les “belle” du Dialogo di Pittura de Paolo Pino
    Pascale Dubus
  433. Dead Soles: The Early Modern Foot and the Rhetoric of Death
    Catherine Claire McCormack
  434. Death, Sentience, and the Embodied Soul in Measure for Measure
    Giulio Pertile
  435. Death’s Duell in Sammelbände
    Joshua Eckhardt
  436. Debating Recusancy: The Elizabethan Jesuits and Their Opponents
    Robert Scully, S.J.
  437. Deceit and Artifice: Mars and Venus Ensnared in Vulcan’s Net
    Anka Ziefer
  438. Declining Renaissance Naples: The Apologia dei tre seggi illustri di Napoli by Antonio Terminio
    Claudia Corfiati
  439. Deep Mapping: Giambattista Vico’s Poetic Geography
    Sabrina Ferri
  440. Defending a Mediterranean Island Outpost of the Spanish Empire: The Case of Malta
    George Cassar
  441. Delayed Sanctity: The Prolonged Canonization Process of Lorenzo da Brindisi (1559–1619)
    Andrew Drenas
  442. Delays, Discord, and Dissatisfaction: Litigation and Arbitration in Venetian Sculptural Commissions, 1525–1625
    Emma J. Jones
  443. Delimitation of Diplomatic Spaces: Jurisdictional Conflicts and Triumphal Entries in Spanish Milan of the Counter-Reformation
    Stephane Miglierina
  444. Des mots qui font sens: pour une poétique de l’épithète (La Porte et la Pléiade)
    Anne-Pascale Pouey-Mounou
  445. Descriptions of Religion in Early Modern Muslim Geographical Writing and Travel Literature
    Anna Akasoy
  446. Destructible Docile Bodies: Foucauldian Notions of Military Rule in Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus
    Lilit Berberyan
  447. Deus Ex Auctoritatē: When Government Plays on Stage
    Erica L. Westhoff
  448. Devotion, Politics, and Literature: The Membership and Literary Activities of Writers in Congregaciones de esclavos in Seventeenth-Century Madrid
    Elena Sánchez de Madariaga
  449. Devotional Sculpture in Ireland as Objects of Cultural Biography
    Jennifer Cochran Anderson
  450. Di/segn/o: In Praise of Wanderlust
    Maria H. Loh
  451. Dialogic Form in Lodovico Domenichi’s La nobiltà delle donne
    Laura Prelipcean
  452. Diet, Gender, Mind, and Procreation in Early Modern Spain
    Isabel Jaén Portillo
  453. Differing Definitions of Recusancy in Secular versus Ecclesiastical Courts in the Diocese of Hereford, 1637–38
    Angela Ellis
  454. Digital Approaches to Spenser’s Translations from Du Bellay’s Songe (Text Analysis)
    Andrew Keener
  455. Digital Prosopography of Renaissance Musicians: A Progress Report
    Ichiro Fujinaga
  456. Dining with Veronese at San Giorgio Maggiore: Art Reception and Ritual Space
    Pascale Rihouet
  457. Diplomacy and the Printing Press: Musical Diplomacy in Andreas Rauch’s Currus triumphalis musicus (1648)
    Andrew H. Weaver
  458. Diplomacy, Patronage, Family: The Civilian Pursuits of Military Men
    Ersie C. Burke
  459. Diplomatics, Letters of Friendship, and Affect: The Remarkable Case of Sir William Temple and Secretary of State Arlington
    Cedric Clive Brown
  460. Dire la vérité en latin: Le cas des traductions du vernaculaire au latin (F. Patrizi et T. Campanella)
    Susanna Gambino Longo
  461. Discipline Transformed: The Processions of the Raccomandati of Pavia, 1330–1460
    Andrew Chen
  462. Discovering Longevity: Old Parr, Autopsies, and Antiquarianism
    Natalie Kaoukji
  463. Discussing Conduct, Learning Conduct: Flaminio’s and Dorotea’s Voices in Lodovico Dolce’s Dialogo . . . della institution delle donne (1545)
    Helena L. Sanson
  464. Dismemberment and Consciousness
    Christopher P. Heuer
  465. Disputing from Exile: Controversy Books and Their Use in Training for the English Miss
    Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
  466. Dissonance as Metaphor in L’Ottuso’s Nuova Pratica and the Audience for the Emerging Operatic Genre
    Antonio Cascelli
  467. Distaff Power: Women, Agency, and Space in Early Modern England
    Bernard Capp
  468. Diversity in discourse: Bartolomeo Lapacci Rimbertini OP
    Peter F. Howard
  469. Divination or Emendation? Philology and the Defence of Tradition after Trent
    Jan Machielsen
  470. Divine Mind and the Mathematics of Art: From Ficino to Dürer
    Cristina Neagu
  471. Divinity and Mendacity in the Art of Joris Hoefnagel
    Marisa Anne Bass
  472. Domenic of Flanders, OP (†1479), on Sensory Cognition: A Renaissance Reading of the De anima
    Brian Garcia
  473. Domestic Antiquarianism and Literary Self-Fashioning
    Harald Hendrix
  474. Donatello and Lucretius
    Marie Tanner
  475. Donatello's Paduan Reliefs (1446–50)
    Claudia Lehmann
  476. Donatello's Reliefs as Pre-Paragone
    Martha L. Dunkelman
  477. Donatello's Rilievo: The Other End of Renaissance Perspective and Its Consequences for Visual Narrative
    Henrike Lange
  478. Donne, Milton, Spinoza: Cross-Confessional Notions of Toleration in the Seventeenth Century
    Achsah Guibbory
  479. Donne’s Biathanatos and the Public Sphere’s Vexing Freedom
    James Kuzner
  480. Donne’s Tolling Bell, Hogarth’s Mrs. Thatcher, Plato’s Picture-Thinking
    Julia M. Walker
  481. Donor Portraiture, Embedded Portraiture: Its Long History and Prevalence in Renaissance Venice
    Joseph Richard Hammond
  482. Drama and Tragedy in Spanish American Colonial Epic Poetry
    Paul Firbas
  483. Drawing as a Reproductive Medium: Hendrick Hondius’s Reproductive Drawings after Rare Prints by Lucas van Leyden
    Lelia Packer
  484. Drawing in the Margins: Two Unpublished Sheets by Lelio Orsi and Biagio Pupini
    Mary Vaccaro
  485. Drawings and the Design of Luxury Armor in Renaissance Germany
    Pierre Terjanian
  486. Drawn Mimesis of "the Made"
    Marion Heisterberg
  487. Drink My Friends, and Become Drunk! On the Idea of Spiritual Drunkenness and the Bridal Mysticism in Protestant Emblematics
    Marcin Wislocki
  488. Drunk and Idle: The Artist as Drinker in Early Modern Germany
    Anna Huber
  489. Du Bartas as an Ichthyologist in La Sepmaine
    Denis Bjaï
  490. Du pupitre au magasin: Les procédés d’intitulation des premiers recueils de nouvelles français
    Nora Viet
  491. Dürer’s Treatises as Self-Help Manuals for Artists
    Rangsook Yoon
  492. Dynastic Branding: The Farnese, Habsburg Service, and the Politics of Memory
    Sebastiaan Derks
  493. Early Baroque Academies: Periphery and Capital
    James L. Hutson
  494. Early Modern Academic Culture
    Erland Sellberg
  495. Early Modern Catullan Commentaries and Sir Philip Sidney’s Stella
    Paul J. Stapleton
  496. Early Modern English Radicalism and Its Connection with Mysticism and Esotericism
    Ariel Hessayon
  497. Early Modern Infanticide and the Image of the Holy Innocents
    Anthony D. Colantuono
  498. Early Modern Mobility and Jesuit Missionary Practice
    Paul Nelles
  499. Early Modern Periphery in Action: Human Agency and Social Conditioning in the Catholic Ecclesiastical Courts
    Marco Cavarzere
  500. Early Modern Women and Power
    Carole Levin
  501. Early Netherlandish Landscapes Revisited: Countryside Motives in Fifteenth- and Early Sixteenth-Century Altarpieces and Portraits
    Jelle De Rock
  502. Eastward Ho and the Traffic of the Stage
    Andrew Gordon
  503. Eat and Pray: Food and National Identity in the Diary of Margaret, Lady Hoby
    Madeline J. Bassnett
  504. Ecofeminism and the Country House Poem in Aemilia Lanyer’s "The Description of Cooke-ham" and Veronica Franco’s Capitolo 25
    Dana Lawrence
  505. Edgy Emblematics: Framing and Reframing the Discourse of Richelieu’s Gallery of Illustrious Men (1630–50)
    Abby Zanger
  506. Edmund Spenser, Thomas Lodge, and the Literary Tropes of Resurrection
    Kasey Evans
  507. Educating the Signore in Renaissance Italy: Garzoni’s De eruditione principum as a "Mirror for Tyrants"
    Alessandra Mantovani
  508. Edward Alleyn’s Diary and the “Lost Years”
    Susan Cerasano
  509. Efféminement hermaphrodite et mollesse du style Le Traité des Hermaphrodits de Jacques Duval (1612)
    Dominique Brancher
  510. Eikon Basilike's Fluid Sacrality: English Royalists as Desperate Readers
    Kyle Sebastian Vitale
  511. El Greco and Artistic Identity in Early Modern Spain
    Carmen B Ripolles
  512. El Greco and Byzantine Monumental Art
    Giles R. M. Knox
  513. El retablo de la vida de Cristo (1500) and Sixteenth-Century Visual Culture
    Isidro J. Rivera
  514. Elemental Love: The Four Heroine's of Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book 3
    Catherine Gimelli Martin
  515. Elements of Patronage? Printing and Publishing the Editio Princeps of Euclid’s Elements
    Renzo Baldasso
  516. Elements, or Looking for a New Image of the World
    Anna Laura Puliafito Bleuel
  517. Elizabeth Cropper's Beauty
    Lorenzo Pericolo
  518. Elizabeth Delavel: Motives and Material Aspects of Life-Writing
    Susan J. Wiseman
  519. Elizabeth I and the Politics of Representation: The Triumph over Spain
    Mercedes Alcalá Galán
  520. Elizabeth I, Lope de Vega, and Spanish National Identity
    Ronna Feit
  521. Elizabeth Polwhele: Editing the Unknown
    Ann Hollinshed Hurley
  522. Elizabethan Poetics and Potential Worlds
    Debapriya Sarkar
  523. Emblem fn: The Emblems of Triumphal Entries
    Tamar Cholcman
  524. Embodied Archives: Murals, Textiles, and Colonial Andean Cultures
    Ananda Cohen Suarez
  525. Embodying Voluntary Servitude
    Mary Nyquist
  526. Embracing Peter and Paul: The Archconfraternity of SS. Trinità dei Pellegrini e Convalescenti and the Cappella della Separazione
    Barbara L. Wisch
  527. Emerson’s Montaigne
    Rui Bertrand Romão
  528. Emerson’s Tasso and Our Emerson
    Lawrence F. Rhu
  529. Emotional Turmoil in Rhetorical Theory
    Lawrence Green
  530. Emotive Violence: Performing Identity in A Larum for London
    Robin Hizme
  531. Emphasizing the Ancestry? The Persistence of Virtues on Neapolitan Noble Tombs of the Quattrocento
    Grit Heidemann
  532. English Ambassadors in Spain, 1605–39
    Alexander Samson
  533. English Travel to Guinea before 1600
    Bernhard Klein
  534. Enrico Scrovegni’s Tomb in the Arena Chapel, Padua: A Reconstruction
    Louise Bourdua
  535. Enslaved to Chocolate
    Domna Stanton
  536. Enslaving Civilians and Prisoners of War in the Ottoman Empire
    Leslie Peirce
  537. Entering the Sacred Space: Religious Theater and Monumental Frescoes in Fifteenth-Century Florence
    Agata Anna Chrzanowska
  538. Epic Beginnings in Early Modern French Opera
    Alison Calhoun
  539. Epistolary Agency: The Letters of Rowland Whyte to Sir Robert Sidney
    Felicity Lyn Maxwell
  540. Epistolary Chymistry: Recipes for the Reform of Medicine
    Joel Andrew Klein
  541. Epithète et signification dans la grande rhétorique
    Adeline Desbois-Ientile
  542. Erotic Origins: Aemilia Lanyer’s Passionate Temporality
    Erin Murphy
  543. Erudite Cultural Mediators and the Making of the Renaissance Polymath: The Case of Giorgio Fondulo and Janello Torriani
    Cristiano Zanetti
  544. Ethiopia in Renaissance Text and Image
    Erin Kathleen Rowe
  545. Ethiopians, Ottomans, and Moriscos: Apocalyptic Telos in Juan Latino’s Austrias Carmen
    Baltasar Fra-Molinero
  546. Ethnicity and Trust in Seventeenth-Century East India Company Discourse
    Guido Van Meersbergen
  547. Ethnography and Animation: Some Early Visualizations of Native American Dance
    Michael Gaudio
  548. Euclidean Elements on the Trinity in the Northern Renaissance
    Richard Oosterhoff
  549. Euclidean Poetics, World Disclosure, and the Aesthetics of "Points Beyond"
    William N. West
  550. Evidence of Insanity in the Observationes of Pieter Van Foreest
    Brian Nance
  551. Exercising Freedom in Elizabethan and Jacobean England (or, Liberty Before Skinner and Pettit)
    Oliver M. Arnold
  552. Exotic Circulation: Real versus Depicted Animals in Antwerp and Prague
    Marrigje Rikken
  553. Exotic Lady Continents from Abraham Ortelius to David Teniers III
    Maryanne Cline Horowitz
  554. Experiencing the Involuntary in John Donne's Devotions
    Timothy Harrison
  555. Experimenting with Water
    Katherine Rinne
  556. Explaining the Plague in Fourteenth-Century Lucca: Giovanni Sercambi’s Illustrated Chronicle
    Louise Marshall
  557. Exploring Dissent in Early Modern Naples: From Political Protest to Intellectual Heterodoxy
    Lorenza Gianfrancesco
  558. Expressions of Faith: The Epitaphs of the Herrenberg Stiftskirche, ca. 1560–1718
    Roisin Watson
  559. Fact or Fiction: Reconsidering Truth Claims in Gentile Bellini’s Drawings from Constantinople, 1479–81
    Tatiana Sizonenko
  560. Falcone, Castiglione, and the "Golden Nearchus": A Homoerotic Love Triangle in Neo-Latin
    Rodney J. Lokaj
  561. False Martyrs and Paper Crowns
    Elizabeth Williamson
  562. Falstaff’s "Table of greene fields": Reading the Microgenres of the Early Modern Stage
    Cyrus Mulready
  563. Falstaff’s Rump and Harry’s Whole: A Seventeenth-Century Corpus of Henry IV’s “Wittiest” Parts
    Vimala C. Pasupathi
  564. Fame Takes Flight: Poetic Transmission of the Victory at Lepanto
    Sarah Spence
  565. Familial Honorifics and Adoptive Names in Middleton's Women Beware Women
    Erin Ellerbeck
  566. Farting and Facetiae: Scatology and Parodies of Scholasticism in Late Humanism
    Hugh Roberts
  567. Fashioned Trauma: Renaissance Florentine Sculptures in Wax
    Lane Michelle Eagles
  568. Fauns and Bards: Cicero, Ennius, and Renaissance Stylistic History
    Andrew Miller
  569. Fear and Despair: The Italian Wars between Hard and Soft Evidence
    John Gagné
  570. Feasting the Ear: Cantare ad lyram at Renaissance Banquets
    Blake Wilson
  571. Feeling Nostalgic in Surrey’s Poems of Friendship
    Lauren Elmore
  572. Felsina Cattolica: Bolognese Women Painters and the Counter-Reformation
    Babette Bohn
  573. Female Empowerment: Devotion and Propriety in La viuda valenciana and Marta la piadosa
    Jelena Sanchez
  574. Female Life Drawing in the Rubens Workshop: Case Studies
    Victoria Sancho Lobis
  575. Female Mythology and Nation Building in the Ciceronian Controversies
    Aileen A. Feng
  576. Feminae doctae: Learned Women in Scandinavia
    Annika Ström
  577. Fêtes dans la Ferrare de l'Arioste: Sur quelques aspects des traductions en français
    Riccardo Benedettini
  578. Feudal Barons, Local Elites: Affinities and Conflicts in the Artistic Patronage of the Southern Renaissance
    Bianca de Divitiis
  579. Feudal Society and French Archival Culture
    Markus Friedrich
  580. Fiamme d’amore and Celestial Elections: Catholic Heroism in the Seventeenth-Century “Contemporary Epic”
    Emma Grootveld
  581. Ficinian Influence in the Work of Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten
    Anna-Maria Bartsch
  582. Ficino and Plato in Cervantes's Galatea (1585)
    Susan Byrne
  583. Ficino on the Priority of Matter
    James George Snyder
  584. Fiction et vérité: Le paradigme du rêve
    Virginie Leroux
  585. Figures et masques de l’auteur dans les recueils de narrations facétieuses publiés en France, 1531–59
    Louise Amazan
  586. Filarete and the Invention of the Renaissance Medal
    Robert G. Glass
  587. Filarete's Self-Portrait Medal of ca. 1460: Promoting the Architect of the Renaissance
    Berthold Hub
  588. Filippo Beroaldo il Vecchio, Traduttore di Boccaccio
    Andrea Severi
  589. Fillide (1579): A Pastoral Idyll with Neapolitan Influence and Ferrarese Contours
    Martina Palli
  590. Fillippo Neri, Jewish Conversion, and Public Roman Space
    Emily D. Michelson
  591. Film in Autumn: The Episode Film Germany in Autumn Read as Baroque Emblem
    Christina Mandt
  592. Flying with Demons: The Pastoral Approach to the Reality of Witchcraft in Renaissance Milan
    Fabrizio Conti
  593. Following and Attending the Court: Urban Merchants and Artisans in the Burgundian Court, 1467–77
    Jun Cho
  594. Folly Goes French: French Translations of the Praise of Folly in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
    Paul J. Smith
  595. For the Love of God
    Arvi Wattel
  596. Forgetting Cleopatra
    Elizabeth Hodgson
  597. Forgetting the Map in Shakespeare’s Histories
    Gavin Hollis
  598. Form and Function: Understanding Early Printed Books through Layout and Imposition
    John McQuillen
  599. Forms of Production in Rome in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century: A City of Shops and "Hotels"
    Donatella Strangio
  600. Fortune at the Theater: London, 1600
    Penelope Woods
  601. Fortune, Providence, and The Merchant of Venice
    Jane Hwang Degenhardt
  602. Fortune’s Games: Image and Object
    Jessen Kelly
  603. Foundation of the Friedenskirche and the Religious Change in Teschen (Silesia)
    Veronika Chmelařová
  604. Foundlings at the Gates: Imaging Institutional Community in Late Quattrocento Perugia
    Diana Bullen Presciutti
  605. Fra Angelico’s Life by Vasari and the Painter’s Self-Image in the Armadio degli argenti
    Cyril Gerbron
  606. Fragment and Fantasy: From Detail to Design
    John Pinto
  607. Fragmentations of Totality: The Discourse of Painting at the Conferences in the Académie de peinture et de sculpture, 1667–68
    Tatiana Senkevitch
  608. Fragmented Memories and Echoing “O”s: “The Willow Song”
    Jennifer Linhart Wood
  609. Framing the Text-Image Relationship in Henry Suso’s Exemplar
    Ingrid Falque
  610. Francesca Romana and Paul V: Reimagining a Saint for the Counter-Reformation Church
    Suzanne Scanlan
  611. Francesco Guardi and Making Copies in Venice
    Mitchell Merling
  612. Francisco de Cascales’s Discursos históricos (1621) and the Emergence of Cooperation
    Jack B. Owens
  613. Fredro’s Monita: Ancient and Modern Political Theories in the Collections of Polish Precepts
    Valentina Lepri
  614. Free at Last . . . but Not for Long: Being a Widow in Italian Conduct Literature of the Sixteenth Century
    Paolo Pucci
  615. Freedom as Political Liberty and as Blessedness: Spinoza’s Synthesis
    Susan James
  616. Freeman Jones Emigrates: The Adventures of George Gascoigne in Pseudotranslation
    Anna Strowe
  617. French Renaissance Philosophy: Pythagorean Philosophy or Cabala in Jacques Lefèvre d’Étaples’s De magia naturali
    Kathryn LaFevers Evans
  618. French Song and Farce Culture in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
    Jelle Koopmans
  619. Fretting about Visual Representations of Authority in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England
    Paul Griffiths
  620. Friendship Albums and Costume Books: Painted and Printed Images of the Dress of the Venetian Republic
    Margaret F. Rosenthal
  621. From Aaron to Caliban: Racial Slavery in Shakespeare’s Plays
    Virginia Mason Vaughan
  622. From Communion to Communication
    George P. Hoffmann
  623. From Engraving to Academic Defense: The Image as a Frame in Flemish Thesis Prints
    Gwendoline de Muelenaere
  624. From Europe to Persia and Back Again: The Early Modern Travels of Aldegrever’s Parable of the Good Samaritan
    Kristel Smentek
  625. From Faithful Wife to Political Advisor: The Case of Robert Garnier's Porcie
    Phillip John Usher
  626. From Florence to the Philippines: Toward a Global History of Renaissance Humanism
    Stuart M. McManus
  627. From Foreign War to Civil War: The Royalist Reinvention of the Christian Commonwealth
    Brian Christopher Lockey
  628. From France to the Americas: Dynastic and Imperial(istic) Themes of Late Valois Water Festivals
    Laurent Odde
  629. From Frugality to Ostentation: Italian Culinary Literature (1470–1570) as a Vehicle of Cultural Ideology
    Sylvie Davidson
  630. From Italy to Spain: The Zuccari Legacy and the Meaning of Accademia
    Macarena Moralejo Ortega
  631. From Mute Desire to Poetic Plenitude: The Importance of Silva in Twelfth-Century Allegory
    Sarah M. Powrie
  632. From Objectified Wonder to Family Pet: Parrots and Cross-Cultural Exchange in the Atlantic World
    Marcy Norton
  633. From Phenomena to Exempla: The Establishment of the Ornament Print in the Emerging Renaissance Print Market
    Femke Speelberg
  634. From the Decima to the DECIMA and Back Again: Methodological Questions and Possibilities of the Digital Mapping of Florence.
    Eduardo Fabbro
  635. From the Invention of America to the Construction of the Indian: The Case of Congregación
    Daniel Nemser
  636. From the Page to the Stage: Exploring Orlando furioso’s Theatrical Afterlife
    Eugenio Refini
  637. From the Palazzo to the Streets: Crossing Gendered Spaces in Renaissance Florence
    Megan C. Moran
  638. From the Question of Language to the Balance of Vernacular Languages
    Jean-Louis Fournel
  639. Front of the House, Back of the House: Servants at the Gonzaga Court of Mantua (1450–1650)
    Valerie Taylor
  640. Frontispieces as Framing Devices: Understanding the Book from Its Borders (Antwerp, 1600–50)
    Annelyse Lemmens
  641. Fur and Eroticism in Italian Renaissance Art
    Patricia Lurati
  642. Garin's Pico
    Francesco Borghesi
  643. Gaspar Barreiros’s Comeback: A Landmark in Forgery Scholarship
    Walter Stephens
  644. Gasparo Contarini: One Life and Two Biographers
    Johannes Bartuschat
  645. Gems and Talismans: Natural and Demonic Magic in Marsilio Ficino's De vita libri tres
    Susanne Kathrin Beiweis
  646. Gems for Her Crown: The Stained Glass Drum Oculi of Santa Maria del Fiore
    Bethany Farrell
  647. Gender and Family in Renaissance Venice
    Anna Bellavitis
  648. Gender, Medicine, and Renaissance Bodies in Margaret Cavendish’s Philosophical Letters (1664)
    Lisa Walters
  649. Gendering the Pomegranate and Phoenix: Preferences in Italian Renaissance Textiles
    Rachael B. Goldman
  650. Genealogies of Rupture and Reconciliation: Frans Francken’s Visual Discourse on Antwerp Cosmopolitanism
    Jessica A. Stewart Stevenson
  651. Donatello's St. George Relief and the Etruscans
    Claudia La Malfa
  652. Genre and Narratorial Irony in Book 6 of The Faerie Queene
    Caralyn Bialo
  653. Geografia e dissimulazione nell' Utopia di Morus
    Carlos Eduardo O. Berriel
  654. Geographical Hebraism as a Case in Cultural Translation
    Zur Shalev
  655. Geographical, Cartographical, and Navigational Echoes in Teofilo Folengo's Baldus (1517)
    Jean Du Verger
  656. Geographically Mobile: Depicting Myths in Venice, Depicting Venice in Myths
    Jodi Cranston
  657. Geography, Performance, Technology, and Spectatorship in The Merry Wives of Windsor
    Cameron Butt
  658. George Herbert’s Baconian Temple
    Pavneet Singh Aulakh
  659. George Puttenham’s Emblematic Queen Elizabeth I
    Tamara A. Goeglein
  660. Gerardo Vera’s Close Adaptation of Celestina (1996)
    Jesus Hidalgo Campos
  661. German Courts in the Sixteenth Century: “Laboratories” for Vernacular Languages?
    Anna Kathrin Bleuler
  662. Gestures and Portrayed Emotions in Celestina's Early Woodcuts
    Marta Albala Peregrin
  663. Getting Personal: Humanist Philosophizing in the Fifteenth Century
    Timothy Kircher
  664. Ghettoization and Conversion: A Significant or Insignificant Link?
    Shulamit Furstenberg-Levi
  665. Ghosts in the Library: The Hidden Spaces within the Bodleian Library Records
    Robyn Adams
  666. Giorgio Vasari as Metrodorus of Athens: Pietro Aretino’s Response to Vasari’s Description of the Apparati Designed for Charles V’s Entry into Florence, 30 April 1536
    Angelina Milosavljevic-Ault
  667. Giorgio Vasari’s Monuments to His Workshop and the Profession of the Artist
    Laura Overpelt
  668. Giovan Battista Manso and the Politics of Publishing: I paradossi (1608) and Erocallia (1628)
    Thomas Denman
  669. Giovanni Boccaccio e altri antichi biografi di Dante
    Marco Veglia
  670. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: Glorious Days and Erotic Nights?
    Cathy A. Elias
  671. Girolamo Bartolommei and Sacred Drama in Florence: Academy, Confraternity, and Court
    Anna Maria Testaverde
  672. Girolamo Parabosco as a Writer of Poetry: A Dissonant Voice of Venetian Petrarchism
    Veronica Andreani
  673. Global Connections and Local Expertise: Carstian Luyckx’s Still Life Paintings as Sites of (Maritime) Expertise
    Stefanie Wyssenbach
  674. Global de Bry: An Antwerp Spin-Off
    Susanna Burghartz
  675. Global Geopolitics, Art Theory, and the Shaping of Europes
    Alessandra Russo
  676. Glossing Faith: Francisco de Vitoria’s Reinvention of Scholastic Pedagogy
    Seth Kimmel
  677. Golden Myths, Hydrographic Secrecy, and Iberian-Netherlands Tensions in the First Printed Paps of Present-Day Peru, Ecuador, Panamá, Colombia, and Venezuela (1584–1630)
    Sebastian Diaz Angel
  678. Gonzalo's Tears: Shakespeare's The Tempest and Montaigne's "Of Crueltie"
    John Marc Mucciolo
  679. Grace, Free Will, and Predestination in the Biblical Commentaries of Cornelius a Lapide and William Estius
    Wim François
  680. Graphic Images: Rembrandt’s Late Printed Nudes
    Michael Zell
  681. Great Things in Small: Sidney's Letter to the Camerarii
    Robert E. Stillman
  682. Griselda's Curious Husband: Petrarch, Boccaccio, and Seniles 17
    Kenneth P. Clarke
  683. Grottesco and suavitas, the Accademia della Val di Blenio and the Accademia Ambrosiana: Contrasting Concepts of Art Academies in Early Modern Lombardy
    Mira Becker
  684. Growth Dynamics of an Urban Fringe: The Insula of Gesuiti in Venice from the Threshold of the Modern Age until the End of the Republic
    Ludovica Galeazzo
  685. Guido Cavalcanti in Boccaccio's Argomenti
    Jelena Todorovic
  686. Guiron le Courtois under the Printing Press: A Twofold Adventure
    Francesco Montorsi
  687. Guy Le Fevre de la Boderie and the Christian Epic in Renaissance France
    Denise Ardesi
  688. Hailing Humanness in Picture and Text
    Catrien Santing
  689. Hakluyt and Cope, Hakluyt and Thevet: Networks of Concerted Curiosity
    Robert Imes
  690. Hamlet, Consciousness, and Self-Loathing
    Paul V. Budra
  691. Hand on Fur: The Gonzaga of Mantua and Their Lapdogs
    Sarah Cockram
  692. Happiness of the Times: Borromini’s Ornament of Abundance
    Joseph Connors
  693. Harmonies of Color: On Giovanni Bellini's Sacre conversazioni
    Marianne Seidig
  694. Health, Politics, and Diplomacy at the Sforza Court
    Marilyn Nicoud
  695. Heaven and Earth as Battlefields: Supremacy and Pride in the Late 1500s
    Silvia Byer
  696. Hell’s Bell: Agency and Exile in San Marco’s Piagnona
    Daniel Zolli, Christopher Brown
  697. Henrietta’s Version: Mary Wroth’s Love’s Victory in the Nineteenth Century
    Paul Salzman
  698. Henry Lawes’s Ayres and Dialogues: A Journey from Court Composer to Town Music Teacher in Commonwealth London
    Stacey Jocoy
  699. Hermosura y Belleza in Spanish Editions of Vitruvius
    Victor Deupi
  700. Hernando de Mendoça (1562–1617): Counsel or Scandal?
    Nicole Reinhardt
  701. Heroic Passions in Margaret Cavendish’s Bell in Campo (1662)
    Claire Gheeraert-Graffeuille
  702. Heterogeneity, Materiality, and the Publication Event: Editing Mary Stuart's Poetry
    Rosalind L. Smith
  703. Hidden Debates: Flemish Rhetoricians and Their Discourse on Society and Religion in the Fifteenth Century
    Johan Oosterman
  704. Hidden Portraits: Patricians Acting as Shepherds in Renaissance Venetian Painting
    Christophe Brouard
  705. Historia di Santa Chaterina da Siena, cioè quando prese lo habito, per modo di comedia e rapresentatione insieme
    Lorenzo Filippo Bacchini
  706. Historia e martirio di Santa Dorotea vergine e martire per modo di tragicomedia
    Maria Assunta Farisco
  707. Historia, Fabula, and the Periodization of Veracity
    Frederic N. Clark
  708. Historian of Cinquecento: Renaissance Humanist or Medieval Chronicler?
    Julia Bershadsky Lebovich
  709. History and Fortune of Agostino Valier’s Conduct Literature for Women
    Francesco Lucioli
  710. History with No Guarantees:
 The Question of Cordelia and Her Father in Shakespeare’s King Lear
    Steven Syrek
  711. History, Allegory, and Kepler's New Science
    Raz D. Chen-Morris
  712. Hobbes's Euclidian Epics
    David L. Sedley
  713. Hobbesian Constructions
    Victoria Kahn
  714. Homicide in a Culture of Hatred: Bologna, 1350–1434
    Sarah R. Blanshei
  715. Honoring a Matron: Ghirlandaio's Portrait of Lucrezia Tornabuoni
    Maria DePrano
  716. How Business Created Literature in Early Modern England
    John Pitcher, Freyja Cox Jensen
  717. How Should I Live? Horatian Emblems, Neo-Stoicism, and the Case of Otto van Veen’s Emblemata Horatiana
    Ariane Schwartz
  718. How the Glossed Page Conducts Thought: Literal and Allegorical Ductus in Nicholas of Lyra’s Postilla and Some Later Glossed Bibles
    Ryan J. McDermott
  719. How to Consort with the Enemy: Genoese Merchants and the Mamluks in Decameron 2.9
    Karina Feliciano Attar
  720. How to Disabuse a Prospective Courtier: The Ragionamento delle corti and Aretino’s New Anticourtliness
    Paola Ugolini
  721. How to Lose Your Audience in Thirty Minutes or Less: Preaching at the Papal Court, 1483–1521
    Jennifer Mara DeSilva
  722. Humanism and Genealogy: The Performance of Nobility in the Dutch Revolt
    Frederik Buylaert
  723. Humanist Educational Theory and Practice: Leonard Cox’s De erudienda iuventute (1526)
    Agnes Juhasz-Ormsby
  724. Humanist Educational Theory in Sixteenth-Century Spain: The Case of Juan de Mariana
    Víctor Zorrilla
  725. Humanist Invectives and Their Intellectual and Social Functions
    Johannes Helmrath
  726. Humanist Threads and the Varchi-Vesalius Knot
    Andrea Carlino
  727. Hunting Love and Catching Cupid in Spenser’s "March" and Nashe’s Choise of Valentines
    Rachel E. Hile
  728. Hybrid Books at the Folger Shakespeare Library
    Heather R. Wolfe
  729. Hydraulic Automata in the Italian Golden Age
    Adriana de Miranda
  730. I Buonomini di San Martino: Patrons and Facilitators of the Visual Arts in Quattrocento Florence
    Samantha Hughes-Johnson
  731. Iberian Empires and Consuming Passions: Escarmientos para el cuerdo
    Margaret R. Greer
  732. Ideal Lovers: Embodying Sexual Desire in Seventeenth-Century Visual Culture
    Romana Filzmoser
  733. Identity and Disguise: Venice’s Wayward Women
    Joanne M. Ferraro
  734. Idolatry and Human Creation in the Fables of La Fontaine
    Ellen McClure
  735. Idolatry, Kingship, and the Political Fall in Fulke Greville
    Ethan Guagliardo
  736. Il racconto di "pompes, honneurs et triomphe" per l’entrata di Enrico IV a Lione (1595)
    Mariangela Miotti
  737. Il solito è sempre quello, l'insolito è più nuovo: Margherita Costa and Her Dedicatees
    Jessica Goethals
  738. Ille hic est . . . Juan de Pareja and the Limits of Knowledge
    Aneta Georgievska-Shine
  739. Illness as Cause of Artistic Inactivity
    Jana Graul
  740. Illuminating Objects: Valencian Lusterware and the Italian Renaissance Patron
    Andrea M. Ortuño
  741. Image of Classical Characters and Its Transition in Early Modern England
    Yuko Kobayashi
  742. Images and Cross-Cultural Knowledge of Kongo and Angola, 1500–1750
    Cécile Fromont
  743. Images of Spanish Kings and Kingship in the Habsburg Royal Chroniclers
    Katherine Elliot van Liere
  744. Imaginative Responses to the “Living Statue”: The Imperial Balcony at Mühlhausen
    Assaf Pinkus
  745. Imaging the Water Supply of Istanbul in Ottoman Maps
    Deniz Karakas
  746. Imagining the Imagined: Francesco Filelfo and Archaic Greek Mythopoesis
    W. Scott Blanchard
  747. Imagining the Sacred (with Real Experiences): Popular Traditions in the New Religious Festivals of Baroque Spain (ca. 1610)
    Jaime García Bernal
  748. Imperial Experiments: Early Netherlandish Etching, ca. 1520
    Olenka Horbatsch
  749. Imperial Gifts, Transoceanic Trifles, and Commercial Friendship
    Juan Pablo Gil-Oslé
  750. Impressing the Female Relic Body
    Kristina Maria Keogh
  751. Imprinting the Early Modern Actress from Stage to Page and Beyond
    Eric Nicholson
  752. In and Out of the Roman Forum: Charting the Properties of SS. Cosma e Damiano and S. Francesca Romana
    Jasmine Cloud
  753. In Fair Verona: Michele Sanmicheli and the Bevilacqua Faction of Verona
    Wouter Wagemakers
  754. In Honor of the Florentine Cathedral and of the Medici: The 1526 Office of Saint Zenobius
    Marica S. Tacconi
  755. In Nome Della Madre: Heroic Motherhood in Sannazaro's De Partu Virginis
    Bryan Brazeau
  756. In Search of the True Vitruvius: The Accademia della Virtù and Its Scientific Project
    Bernd Uwe Kulawik
  757. In Suing Long to Bide: Pleading and the Epic Tradition in The Faerie Queene
    Leah Whittington
  758. In the Belly of the Column: Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Interpretations of Vitruvius’s ἐντασις
    Richard John
  759. In the Guise of Holiness: Portraiture, Dynastic Politics, and Sanctity in the World of the Spanish Habsburgs
    Adam Jasienski
  760. Inanimate Conversions: Sacred Books between Jews and Christians in Late Medieval Italy
    Eyal Poleg
  761. Incorporeal Theft, Plagiarism, and the Origins of Intellectual Property Law
    Robert Fredona
  762. Inheriting Knowledge: A Contextual Analysis of al-Maqqarī’s Biographical Writings on Ibn al-Khaṭīb of Granada
    Sabahat Fatima Adil
  763. Insanity, Legal Evidence, and Truth in Early Modern Bologna
    Monica Calabritto
  764. Inseminating Angels in Spenser and Milton
    Thomas Herron
  765. Inside and Outside the (Net)Work: Mary Wroth's Lyric Turns
    Clare Regan Kinney
  766. Inside Out: Order and Beauty in Medici Garden Displays
    Andrea M. Gáldy
  767. Institutions and the Vernacular
    Roland Greene
  768. Institutions of Poetry from Petrarch to Milton
    Frederick Lawrence Blumberg
  769. Insult, Epithet, and Esteem: Lucian and the Vocabulary of Religious Hatred in Early Modern England
    Joseph Navitsky
  770. Interactive Painting and the Empathic Viewer
    Philip Sohm
  771. Interests and Strategies of Sixteenth-Century Polymaths in the Business of Printing
    Valentina Sebastiani
  772. International Gatherings: Fragmented News and Recombinant Armada Texts
    Meaghan Brown
  773. Interpreting the Gulistan: Word and Image in the Persianischer Rosenthal (1654)
    Elio Brancaforte
  774. Intersections of Power: Reference Games in the Power Representation of Sixteenth-Century Milanese Medals
    Giuseppe Cascione
  775. Intertextual Connections between Thomas More’s Utopia and Cicero’s De finibus bonorum et malorum (45 BCE)
    Ana Cláudia Ribeiro
  776. Into the Woods: Titus Andronicus and Matters of Use
    James C. Beaver
  777. Introducing Genderscope: A Tool for Analyzing Representations of Gender in the Early Modern Period
    Heather Froehlich
  778. Introduction to French Paleography
    Carla Zecher, William Bowen
  779. Inventing a Glorious Heritage, Forging a Patriotic Tradition: Legendary History in Sixteenth-Century England and France
    Neil B. Weijer
  780. Investments for Productive Activities between the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century: The Case of Margani, Massimi, Santacroce
    Ivana Ait
  781. Io/Isis and the Intersecting Roots of Civilization: Syncretic Strategies in Pope Alexander VI’s Salla dei Santi
    Tiffany Lynn Hunt
  782. Irish Memory and Identity in the Aftermath of Cromwell
    Sarah Covington
  783. Is the Heaven of a Fiery Nature or of Ether? Paolo Beni on Celestial Matter
    Barbara Bartocci
  784. Isabella d'Este: Patronage, Performance, and the Viola da Gamba
    Elizabeth A. Weinfield
  785. Isaiah's Prophecies and Christopher Marlowe's Tamburlaine
    Patrick Ryan
  786. Isis Church: Elisa’s Church
    Kathryn Walls
  787. Isspruck intabuliert: German Renaissance Gsang in the Instrument Tablatures of Liebhabern and Princes
    Sarah Davies (keywords: Music patronage instruments instrument song lute organ intabulation tablatures songs)
  788. Italian Condottiere as Correspondents on the Revolt in the Netherlands (1567–1609)
    Nina Lamal
  789. Italian Painters in Late Sixteenth-Century Peru
    Lia Markey
  790. Jack Juggler and the Tudor Mind of Play
    Tom Bishop
  791. Jacques-Auguste de Thou’s Historia sui temporis: Constructing a History of the Wars of Religion
    Emma Claussen
  792. Jamestown Pedagogy: Pocahontas and Her Teachers
    Elizabeth A. Mazzola
  793. Jesting in Earnest: Robin Hood Games and Economies of Performance
    Erika T. Lin
  794. Jesuit Astronomy in the Early Modern Period
    Sheila J. Rabin
  795. Jesuit Networks and African Slavery in the Early Iberian Atlantic
    Anna More
  796. Jesuits as Counselors and the Rise of Sovereignty
    Erik De Bom
  797. Jesus as Mother: Feminizing Christ in Colonial Mexico
    Lauren Grace Kilroy-Ewbank
  798. Jewish Presences in Northen and Central Italy (1400–1600): The Case of the da Camerino Family
    Mafalda Toniazzi
  799. Jews and Theater in Renaissance Florence (1400–1500)
    Gianni Cicali
  800. Joanna Placentia erexit novis tectis: New Roofs for San Paolo
    Maureen Pelta
  801. Johannes Hinderbach’s Notes on Biondo Flavio’s Roma instaurata
    Marc Laureys
  802. Johannes Kepler and Conceptions of Harmony in Early Modern Europe
    Aviva Rothman
  803. John Colet and Polydore Vergil: Catholic Humanism and Ecclesiology
    Jonathan Arnold
  804. John Colet, John Chrysostom, and Christocentric Humanism
    Daniel J. Nodes
  805. John Donne’s Parish Ministry: Archival Evidence of Its Ups and Downs
    John N. Wall
  806. John Selden’s Synthesizing Imagination
    Jason P. Rosenblatt
  807. John Taylor's Popular Nonsense
    Rebecca Fall
  808. Jonson’s Timber: The Materia of Social Cohesion
    Drew J. Scheler
  809. Judaizing the New Testament
    Anthony Grafton
  810. Judith’s Black Maid in Sixteenth-Century Venetian Painting
    Amanda M. Morhart
  811. Jules César Boulenger’s Antiquity
    Colette Nativel
  812. Jusepe de Ribera and the Poets of the Accademia degli Oziosi
    Lisandra Estevez
  813. Keeping House: What Happened to the Palazzo?
    Stanley Chojnacki
  814. Keeping the Plot a Secret: Machiavelli’s Theater of the congiura
    Allison Hadley
  815. Kings Onstage in Scotland and England
    Eleanor Rycroft
  816. Knowing the Enemy: Turcica and Ottoman Objects in Sixteenth-Century Northern European Libraries
    Charlotte Colding Smith
  817. La Bella Principessa, La Sforziada: Provenance Research
    Kasia Wozniak
  818. La cítara mía vuelta en llanto: Music, Melancholy, and Mourning in Golden Age Spanish Poetry
    Lorena Uribe Bracho
  819. La femme philosophe à l’âge moderne: Définitions et pratiques
    Marie-Frédérique Pellegrin
  820. La imagen del Imperio español y la Casa de Austria en la obra de José Navarro
    Almudena Vidorreta
  821. La Lozana Andaluza: A Portrait of Rome
    Barbara Fuchs
  822. La politique du repentir chez Montaigne
    Rose Gardner
  823. La rapresentatione della assumtione della madona and Historia per modo di Comedia intitolata el sponsalitio di Isahac
    Alyssa Falcone
  824. La traduction de traduction: L'exemple des premières traductions d'Homère en français (Jehan Samxon et Jean Lemaire de Belges)
    Christiane Louette
  825. La veste come segno di appartenenza dinastica nella Napoli di primo Cinquecento
    Silvana Musella Guida
  826. Lady Emma Hamilton’s Self-Fashioning as the Classical Work of Art
    Margaret Hanni
  827. Lamenting War: Monteverdi’s Lamento della ninfa between Epic and Pastoral Drama
    Sarah van der Laan
  828. Land Law and Selfhood in Shakespeare’s Richard II
    Kevin Curran
  829. Language Matters and the Matter of Language: A Museum Project
    Nadia Cannata Salamone
  830. Language, Movement, Sensation: Othello in Theater and Film
    Jennifer Waldron
  831. Accessing the Dead at the Battle of al-Qasr al-Kabir
    Elizabeth Spragins
  832. Lattanzio Benucci (1521–98): A Polymath from Late Sixteenth-Century Siena
    Johnny Lenny Bertolio
  833. Laura’s Michelangelo
    Laura Camille Agoston
  834. Laurentius Petri Gothus’s Strategema (1559) as a Reformational Mirror of Princes
    Elena Dahlberg
  835. Law and Limits: Political and Juridical Border Management between the Dutch Republic and the Habsburg Netherlands, 1609–21 and 1648–60
    Bram Peter De Ridder
  836. Law and the Origins of Transgression in the Semur “Fall of Lucifer”
    Nicole Rice
  837. Laywoman Theology in the Letters of Margarete Blarer and Anna Alexandria zu Rappoltstein
    Rebecca Giselbrecht
  838. Le Brun's Pietà: Pious Eloquence of Reserve
    Matthieu Somon
  839. Le dossier du Ve livre: Nouvelles perspectives
    Olivier Pedeflous
  840. Le lyrique et le dramatique, formes, rôle et enjeux des chœurs lyriques dans la tragédie à la Renaissance (Beze-Des Masures-Jodelle-Garnier)
    Nathalie Dauvois
  841. Le mythe de Mars renouvelé par les traductions d’Homère au XVIe siècle
    Monica Barsi
  842. Learning in the Accademia: How Conservation Unlocks the Storeroom
    Frederick A. Ilchman
  843. Learning to Give: The Education of Elizabeth Stuart in Royal Largesse
    Georgianna Ziegler
  844. Legal Travails of a Florentine Widow: A Case from 1491
    Thomas J. Kuehn
  845. Legislating Academies in the Sixteenth Century
    Simone Testa
  846. Legitimizing Opposition to Absolutism: Jansenist Challenges to Monarchical and Ecclesiastical Authority in Seventeenth-Century France
    Carol C. Baxter
  847. Leibniz, Nizolius, and Aristotle in the Renaissance
    Irena Backus
  848. Leibniz’s Anti-Machiavellian Moment
    Alejandro Barcenas
  849. Leon Battista Alberti and Spartan Ideals
    David R. Marsh
  850. Leonardo and Creative Ugliness
    John Garton
  851. Leonardo and the Whale
    Kay Etheridge
  852. Leonardo da Vinci and Francesco di Giorgio: Interpretation of Vitruvius’s Anthropomorphous Model
    Rosanna di Battista
  853. Leonardo's Lively Cats: Drawing Animals and Knowing Nature in the Renaissance
    April M. Kiser
  854. Leonardo’s Botanical Anatomies: Nature’s Perfection and the Cycle of Life
    Catherine H. Lusheck
  855. Leonardo’s Cartoons and the Production of Leonardesque Compositions
    Juliana Barone
  856. Leonardo’s Early Experiments in Writing
    Mary Sisler
  857. Les noëls “festifs” dans la France de la Renaissance
    Daniele Speziari
  858. Les remonstrances protestantes pendant les guerres de religion (France, 1560–1600)
    Paul-Alexis Mellet
  859. Let the Balance Be Just and the Weights Equal? Looking again at Quentin Matsys’s Moneychanger and His Wife
    Joanna Woodall
  860. Let Us Be Holy . . . Unless There's a Better Option
    Adam Wirrig
  861. Letters and Gifts: Fostering Intimacy in a Sixteenth-Century Aristocratic Marriage
    Magdalena S. Sánchez
  862. “Tuta via mea da molesta e pena”: Exile, Lineage, and Life Cycle in the Correspondence of Luisa Donati Strozzi to Her Sons, 1471–1510
    Lisa Di Crescenzo
  863. Letters to a Young Prince: Edward VI and the Origins of English Protestantism in Samuel Rowley’s When You See Me You Know Me (1605)
    Brian Walsh
  864. Letters to Teresa: E-Testaments of Devotion and Inspiration for Her 500th Birthday
    Carole Slade
  865. Lexica malvagia et perniciosa: The Case of Estienne’s Thesaurus Graecae Linguae
    Margherita Palumbo
  866. Libellus piarum precum (1575): Iterations of the Five Holy Wounds in a Jesuit Manuscript Prayerbook
    Walter Melion
  867. Life Drawing in Its Theoretical Context: The Unique Collection of an Informal Academy in Venice
    Nino Nanobashvili
  868. Like Mother, Like Daughter: Emulation and Identity in Jan Lievens’s Diana and Her Nymphs
    Jacquelyn N. Coutré
  869. Linguistic Changes in Italian Bibles Printed in Calvinist Geneva (1555–1607)
    Franco Pierno
  870. Linguistic Game in “Les propos des bienyvres” in Rabelais’s Gargantua
    Maria Proshina
  871. Linguistic Nationalism and Euclidean Geometry in Early Modern England
    Travis D. Williams
  872. Lionardo Salviati’s Collection of Proverbi Toscani: Paleography at the Service of Linguistics
    Daniela D'Eugenio
  873. Listening to the Murmurs: Politics and Power in Cavendish’s Divers Orations
    Joanne Wright
  874. Literature and the Institution of Imprisonment in Early Modern England
    Molly Murray
  875. Liturgical Iconography: Pontormo's Frescoes for the Choir of San Lorenzo
    Lynette M. F. Bosch
  876. Liturgical Reform, Sacred History, and Politics
    Antoine Mazurek
  877. Liturgy is Local
    Allen Scott
  878. Living Scribbles: Devotional Tattoos in Early Modern Italy
    Guido Guerzoni
  879. Local Religion, Parish Life, and the Basque Seroras
    Amanda Lynn Scott
  880. Logic against Logic: Marlowe's Ramism
    James Rutherford
  881. Logic and Poetics in Sixteenth-Century England: Critical Questions, Problems, and Opportunities
    Michael Hetherington
  882. London Women in Clothing and Textile Trades, ca. 1550–1700
    Amy Louise Erickson
  883. Looking the Other Way: Marlowe’s Distorted Vision of Virgil
    Penelope Meyers
  884. Lorenzo di Mariano, Called “il Marrina”: Sienese Renaissance Sculptor
    Gabriele Fattorini
  885. Lorenzo Gambara Writing the Rome of Alessandro Farnese
    Paul Gareth Gwynne
  886. Lorenzo Ghiberti's Abraham and Isaac Reliefs, from the Competition Panel to the Gates of Paradise
    Amy R. Bloch
  887. Lorenzo Spirito’s Altro Marte: A condottiero’s Cultural Patronage in Fifteenth-Century Italy
    Serena Ferente
  888. Lost in Archaeology: The Reinvention of the Past in San Giovanni in Laterano
    Alexander Linke
  889. Lost Memory: How Vecchietta Created His Burial Chapel and How It Failed
    Wolfgang Loseries
  890. Love and Old Books: Rereading and Reflection in Wroth’s Urania
    Sarah E. Wall-Randell
  891. Love, Lust, Faith, and Dreams: How Artists Portray Prophecies
    Sara Taglialagamba
  892. Loyola and the Chamber of Secrets
    Stephen Murphy
  893. Luca Signorelli's Coriolanus Fresco (1509) from Palazzo Petrucci, Siena: From “Singular” to “Commodity” and Back Again
    Stephanie C. Leone
  894. Lucrezia Marinella between Hagiography and the Epic
    Laura Benedetti
  895. Lurking Panthers and Baited Hooks: How to Read (and Write) a Dangerous Poem
    Matthew Harrison
  896. Lyly’s Gallathea (1585/92) and the Pilgrimage of Grace
    Michael Plunkett
  897. Lyric and Lyrics: Poetry and Song in Shakespearean Drama and Its Adaptations
    Stephanie Pietros
  898. L’accusation de mollesse en temps d’incertitude religieuse et politique
    Samuel Junod
  899. L’Influenza della Santità: A Case of Contagious Sanctity in Fifteenth-Century Florence
    Julia Lauren Miglets
  900. L’influenza dell’antiquaria negli epigrammi di Jacopo Sannazaro
    Chiara Frison
  901. Machiavelli and the Worlds of Anton Francesco Doni
    James K. Coleman
  902. Machiavelli e Boccaccio: Un codice tra politica e irrisione
    Gian Mario Anselmi
  903. Machiavelli's Sommario delle Cose di Lucca: Venice as a Buon Governo
    Mauricio Suchowlansky
  904. Machiavelli, Humanism, and Premodern Secularism
    Christopher Celenza
  905. Machiavelli’s Discorsi in Jesuit Anti-Machiavellian Treatises
    Maria Clara Iglesias Rondina
  906. Machiavelli’s Humanist History
    Hanan Yoran
  907. Machinations: Manipulating the Machine of the World
    Nick J. Wilding
  908. Madness and Mixed Genres: Orestes in England
    Tanya Pollard
  909. Magic, Libertinism, and Forbidden Books in Early Seventeenth-Century Venice: The Case of Giovanni and Pietro Spiera
    Federico Barbierato
  910. Magnetic Wombs
    Mary Floyd-Wilson
  911. Magnum ac Novum Opus: Genesis and Purpose of Jacopo Strada's Numismatic Corpus for Hans Jakob Fugger and Duke Albrecht V of Bavaria
    Dirk Jacob Jansen
  912. Magnum ac Novum Opus: Jacopo Strada's Numismatic Drawings and Their Purpose
    Volker Heenes
  913. Maiden Apprentices in Late Seventeenth-Century London
    Laura Gowing
  914. Making Bradstreet Matter: Abram E. Cutter and the 1867 Works
    Patricia J. Pender
  915. Making Carbonadoes: Falstaff as Shakespeare’s Cookbook
    Jay Zysk
  916. Making Monsters from Women: Enea Vico's Printed Collections of Coins
    Susan Gaylard
  917. Making Music at the Editing Table: Welles Rescores Verdi
    Scott Newstok
  918. Making Prints Our Own: Beyond Production and Reproduction to Use and Appropriation
    Natalie Lussey
  919. Making the History of the Towns: “Urban Histories” from the Renaissance to the Baroque in the Iberian Peninsula
    Maria Amparo Lopez Arandia
  920. Making the Medici Oriental Press: Cultural Crossroads between Europe and the Middle East in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome
    Mario Casari
  921. Making the News: Fact, Language, and Nation in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century News Translation
    Sara K. Barker
  922. Managing Inordinate Passion: The Letters of Dorothy Osborne
    Femke Molekamp
  923. Manasseh ben Israel on the Hebraic Sources of Science and Philosophy
    Abraham Melamed
  924. Manibus O Date Lilia Plenis: Dante and the Boston Brahmin in the Stained Glass of Sarah Wyman Whitman
    Jennifer Bates Ehlert
  925. Maniera Devota/Mano Donnesca: Women, Virtue, and Visual Imagery in the Papal States, 1575–1675
    Patricia Rocco
  926. Mapping an Artistic Identity: Alessandro Vittoria’s Funerary Monument
    Kristin Lanzoni
  927. Mapping Circulations
    Byron Ellsworth Hamann
  928. Mapping Dynastic Sovereignty in Lancastrian Manuscripts: Margaret of Anjou’s Shrewsbury Book and the Burghley Polychronicon
    Sara Torres
  929. Mapping Florentine Soundscapes: Bells, Voices, and Stories
    Niall Atkinson
  930. Mapping the Destruction of the Indies: Rhetoric, Memory, and Counter-Memory in Bartolomé de las Casas
    Ricardo Padrón
  931. Mapping Time: The Netherlandish Carved Altarpiece in the Sixteenth Century
    Ethan Matt Kavaler
  932. Mapping Toponyms in Early Modern Plays with MoEML and the ISE
    Diane Katherine Jakacki, Janelle A. Jenstad
  933. Maps and Visual Culture in Late Fifteenth-Century Florence
    Irene Mariani
  934. Marcantonio Raimondi’s Crouching Venus as Embodiment of Carnal Love
    Mandy Richter
  935. Margaret Cavendish, Orator
    Julie Crawford
  936. Margaret Cavendish, Recipes, and the Theory and Practice of Medicine in Early Modern England
    Edith Snook
  937. Margherita Costa’s Flora feconda from "poema" to "drama musicale"
    Crystal J. Hall
  938. Marguerite Nicodemite? Adiaphora and Intention in Heptaméron 65 and 72
    Scott M. Francis
  939. Mariana of Austria’s Letters to Carlos II: Reminiscing about the Self, Youth, and Travel in Early Modern Spain
    Silvia Z. Mitchell
  940. Dans les coulisses de l'atelier d'un maître verrier, ou Marie de Gournay et les séductions de la science
    Giovanna Devincenzo
  941. Marlowe’s Antigone
    Andrew D. McCarthy
  942. Martyrdom, Orientalism, and Christian Imagery: Japan in Early Modern Spanish Culture (1550–1650)
    Jorge Ledo
  943. Martyrological Milton
    Christopher Mead
  944. Martyrs, Patron Saints, and the Making of Local and Imperial Identities in the Spanish Empire
    Alejandro Cañeque
  945. Marvell and the Time of War
    Catharine E. Gray
  946. Marvell, Milton, and Sarpi’s History of the Inquisition
    Martin Dzelzainis
  947. Marvell, Rochester, and the Ministers of State and Pleasure
    Sean H. McDowell
  948. Marvelous Mechanical Bodies in Sixteenth-Century Joyous Entries In Antwerp and Vienna
    Matthew D. Lincoln
  949. Mary Pope: A Female Anglican-Royalist Apologist During the English Civil War
    Sharon L. Arnoult
  950. Masks, Shrouds, and Catafalques: The Materiality of Death in Early Modern Venice
    Alexandra E. Bamji
  951. Masolino’s Santa Maria Maggiore Triptych: A Quattrocento Interpretation of the Basilica’s Past
    Elizabeth M. McCahill
  952. Mater Misericordiae: Cult Image and Civic Symbol in the Province of Arezzo, ca. 1350–1575
    Katherine T. Brown
  953. Material Mediators: Johan Maurits, Textiles, and the Art of Diplomatic Exchange
    Carrie Anderson
  954. Maternal and Literary Languages: Biographies of Female Eloquence and Literacy in Giovanni Boccaccio and Christine de Pizan
    Kristina M. Olson
  955. Matter, Self, and Space in Cavendish’s Imagined Worlds: The Convent of Pleasure and Observations Upon Experimental Philosophy
    Donovan E. Tann
  956. Matters of Taste: Analogies to Literature as Food in Seventeenth-Century Spanish Fiction
    Patricia W. Manning
  957. Mattia Preti's Tavern Scenes: A Caravaggism of the Grand Manner
    Melissa Yuen
  958. Measure for Measure: The Depiction of Instruments in the “Madagascar Portrait”
    Jennifer Rabe
  959. Measured Time: Music as Applied Science and the New Paradigms of Musical Rhythm at the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century
    Theodora Psychoyou
  960. Measuring Authorship: Networking Genre in the Urania
    Kristiane Ruth Stapleton
  961. Mechanics and the Figure
    Michael W. Cole
  962. Medals as Crossovers: The Bronze Replica of an Agnus Dei between Devotional Practices and Papal Self-Fashioning in Post-Tridentine Rome
    Minou Schraven
  963. Medea Nunc Sum(us): Split Selfhood and Revenge in Webster's Duchess of Malfi
    Nandini Pandey
  964. Media, Translation, and the First School of Fontainebleau
    Lisa Andersen
  965. Mediating the Transitus: The Depiction of Intercessors on Fifteenth-Century French Tombs
    Robert Marcoux
  966. Mediators of Trade and Taste: Netherlandish Art Dealers in a Globalizing Art World
    Claartje Rasterhoff, Filip Vermeylen
  967. Medical Sites, Social Sites: Basel Physicians and Their Social Entanglement within and beyond Medicine
    Sarah-Maria Schober
  968. Medieval Recollection and Shakespearean Tragedy
    Rory Loughnane
  969. Meditation on Motion and Stillness in Sebastiano del Piombo’s Viterbo Pietà
    Marsha Libina
  970. Melanchthon and Xenophon's Cyropaedia
    Noreen Humble
  971. Memory and Poetry in the Comentarios reales (1609)
    Sarah Beckjord
  972. Memory, Dementia, and Selfhood in Don Quixote and Robot and Frank
    Christopher B. Weimer
  973. Memory, Performance, Identity: The Cappella dei Pittori in SS. Annunziata in Florence
    Simone Streibich
  974. Mending the Broken Word: The Rise and Fall of Typographic Discontinuities on Title Pages of Flanders Imprints, 1501–1700
    Goran Proot
  975. Mens and Corpus: Humanist Culture and Urban Sport Competitions in Fifteenth-Century Florence
    Christian Stefan Jaser
  976. Messianism as a Constitutional Problem in Late Medieval Islamic History
    Ilker Evrim Binbas
  977. Mestizo Historiography and Renaissance Humanism
    Amber E. Brian
  978. Metals and Modern Facts in the Iberian Atlantic
    Elvira Vilches
  979. Method, Judgement, and Hermeneutic Freedom: Vernacular Responses to Plinian historia in Renaissance France
    Rowan Cerys Tomlinson
  980. Michael Servetus and Blood Circulation: A Historiographical Construction of the Enlightenment
    Justo Hernández
  981. Michael Servetus’s Britain: Anatomy of a Renaissance Geographer’s Writing
    Peter Hughes
  982. Michał Boym's Flora Sinensis and the Concept of Artistic Innovation
    Tomasz Grusiecki
  983. Michelangelo and Vittoria Colonna: Poetry, Art, and Reform
    Ambra Moroncini
  984. Michelangelo Buonarroti: Forms of Knowledge between Literature and Art in the Renaissance
    Oscar Schiavone
  985. Michelangelo Buonarroti’s Archive: The Ricordi
    Luca D'Onghia
  986. Michelangelo's Portrait Medal: Self-Fashioning and the Religious Artist
    Emily Fenichel
  987. Michelangelo’s Funeral and Sculpture’s Fate
    Estelle Lingo
  988. Michelangelo’s Julius Monument: Neoplatonism Reconsidered
    Peter Gillgren
  989. Michelangelo’s Poetry from Within: Variant Readings and Editorial Choices
    Ida Campeggiani
  990. Michelangelo’s Scribbles as a Key? Recent Discoveries Related to the Biblioteca Laurenziana
    Gunnar Schulz
  991. Michelangelo’s Sculpture as Spoil? Cesare Baronio and Counter-Reform Antiquarianism at the Triclinium of Gregory the Great
    Carolina Mangone
  992. Microstoria 2.0: The Hidden Florence SmartPhone App Project and the Geolocation of Spatial and Architectural History
    Fabrizio Nevola
  993. Migration, Inscriptions, and Invention: Graffiti of Netherlanders in the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries
    Evelyn Reitz
  994. Military Humanism: Deploying the Classics in Spanish and Spanish American Military Manuals
    Luna Najera
  995. Milton and Euripides: The Politics of Genre
    Hannah Crawforth
  996. Milton as Ambassador: Self-Reinvention and the Status of His "State Papers" within the Republican Canon
    Frederic Herrmann
  997. Milton's Anticlericalism
    Tobias Gregory
  998. Milton's Arabesques
    Joseph M. Ortiz
  999. Milton's Orpheus and Eurydice: A New Reading of Sonnet 23
    Ramie Targoff
  1000. Milton, Marvell, and Sarpi
    Nicholas von Maltzahn
  1001. Milton’s Marked King James Bible and the Alternate Reading
    Thomas Fulton
  1002. Milton’s Missing Paradise and the Rarities of Russia
    Chester Dunning
  1003. Milton’s Oedipus
    Maggie Kilgour
  1004. Milton’s Social Con-tact Theory: Temptation, Contingency, and Touch in Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained
    Andrea Gadberry
  1005. Mimesis into Knowledge: Jean Perréal’s Complainte de Nature and Painters as Scientists in Renaissance Courts
    Noa Turel
  1006. Misinterpretations of Early Modern Paratexts: The Case of John Tauler
    Markus F. Polzer
  1007. Missionaries and Merchants in Sixteenth-Century Japan
    James Masaki Fujitani
  1008. Mixed Confessional Audiences and Collective Audience Response
    Musa Gurnis
  1009. Mobile Homes: Villas, Palaces, and Itinerant Patrons in the Renaissance Veneto
    Johanna Heinrichs
  1010. Modeling Literary Reading: A Machine-Learning Approach
    Anupam Basu
  1011. Mollesses viriles dans le Recueil des dames galantes de Brantôme
    Daniele Maira
  1012. Monarchy versus Empire under the Spanish Habsburgs
    Alejandra B. Osorio
  1013. Money, Blood, and Peace: The remissione della parte in the Kingdom of Naples
    Stephen Cummins
  1014. Montaigne et la polémique de l’anti-machiavélisme français
    Valerie Dionne
  1015. Montaigne’s Public Self: Between Building and Book
    Elizabeth C. Black
  1016. Moorish Mores in Cervantes’s El viejo celoso
    Matthew S. Tanico
  1017. Moral Theology and Culture of Counsel in the Seventeenth-Century Society of Jesus: Entangled Histories
    Jean-Pascal Gay
  1018. More's Utopia and the Low Countries
    Maarten Vermeir
  1019. Morisot's Neo-Latin Novel Peruviana (1644) and Its Allegorical Technique
    Florian Schaffenrath
  1020. Motives and Methodologies of the Decima Granducale 1561: Walking the Streets with Census Takers
    Leah Faibisoff
  1021. Mourning Surgeons: The Irruption of Trauma Narratives in Seventeenth-Century Medical Treatises
    Ophelie Chavaroche
  1022. Mourning the Capo: Artistic Camaraderie and Professional Identity through Memorials in Early Modern Italy
    Tamara Smithers
  1023. Pietro Coppo and the Ruined Landscape of Venetian Istria
    Erin Maglaque
  1024. Multiplied Sacrality: Prints of Christian Holy Images and Their Indian Adaptions
    Alberto Saviello
  1025. Music among the Ancient Hebrews in the Work of Johann Lund (1638–86)
    Joyce Louise Irwin
  1026. Music for IDEA: Isabella d'Este Archive
    Anne E. MacNeil
  1027. Music in the Margins: The Iconography of Musician-Animals and Hybrid Creatures in the Illuminated Manuscripts of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
    Martine Clouzot
  1028. Music, Sound, and Performance in Two Fifteenth-Century French Passion Plays
    Jean-Marie Fritz
  1029. Music, the Soul, and the Body: Rhetoric of Sound and Spiritual Reform in the Late Middle Ages
    Stefano Mengozzi
  1030. Musica humana: Harmonies of Musical Embodiment
    Michael Eisenberg
  1031. Musical Ontology in the Philosophy and Theology of Huldrich Zwingli
    Mattias Olof Lundberg
  1032. Musical Shorthand in English (Particularly Henry Peacham’s) Emblems
    Deanna Smid
  1033. My Story, My Words: Analeptic Self-Representation in The Faerie Queene
    Jonathan Sircy
  1034. Mysterious Nature? Hobbes, Ancient Greek Philosophy, and the Problem of Episteme
    Raffaella Santi
  1035. Mystical Bodies and Fiscal Theologies in Jonson’s The Alchemist
    Jennifer Rebecca Rust
  1036. Mystical Experience and the Social and Racial Prejudices in Nueva Granada
    Clara Herrera
  1037. Nahum Tate, the Laureateship, and Restoration Anglo-Irish Literary Culture
    Peter Hinds
  1038. Writing the Soul: The Book of the Heart in Devotional Books of Catherine of Cleves and Margaret of York
    Elizabeth Marie Sandoval
  1039. Narrating Shipwrecks in Late Renaissance France: Léry and Bruneau's Histoires (1578 and 1599)
    Jennifer Helen Oliver
  1040. Narrative as Image in The Faerie Queene
    Evan Thomas
  1041. Nationalism as Illusion in The Spanish Tragedy
    Emily Stockard
  1042. Natura parens from Bernardus Silvestris’s Cosmographia to Petrarch’s Canzoniere
    Massimo Lollini
  1043. Natural Reason and the Immortality of the Soul: The Debate between Pietro Pomponazzi and Gasparo Contarini
    Tomas Nejeschleba
  1044. Natural Rights, the "Deserving" Poor, and the Jurists
    Jonathan W. Robinson
  1045. Naturalism as a Sign in Alberti’s On Painting
    Theresa L. Flanigan
  1046. Nature as Argument: Altichiero and the Question of Style in Early Renaissance Padua
    Simone Westermann
  1047. Neoplatonic Influences in Boccaccio’s Reception in Laurentian Florence
    Beatrice Arduini
  1048. Neri di Bicci and the Prevalence of Cartoon Usage in Fifteenth-Century Florence
    Jennifer Diorio
  1049. Netherlandish Sculptors as Designers of Architecture in Sixteenth-Century Northern Europe
    Franciszek Jan Skibinski
  1050. Networks and Nodes of Curiosity in Europe: The French Case at the End of the Sixteenth Century
    Lorenzo Cirrincione
  1051. Networks Forged by Wit: Affective Communities, Irony, and Lady Mary Wroth's Urania
    Kathryn DeZur
  1052. Networks of Correspondence and Competing Realms of Influence in Love's Victory
    Beverly M. Van Note
  1053. Networks of Knowledge: Margherita Sarrocchi’s Correspondence with Galileo Galilei
    Meredith K. Ray
  1054. Neutrality and Its Discontents in Early Stuart Britain
    Robert S. D. Cross
  1055. Neutrality as a Rejection of Professional Diplomacy: Florence at the End of the Fourteenth Century, a Case Study
    Patrick Gilli
  1056. Neutrality as Fig Leaf: The Republic of Genoa (1500–1700)
    Thomas Allison Kirk
  1057. New Comparative Perspecitives on Early Modern Eastern Mediterranean Maritime Trade
    Vera Costantini
  1058. New Evidence for the Este Collection of Drawings in the Early Seventeenth Century
    Barbara Ghelfi
  1059. New Light on Raphael’s Saint Catherine: Color, Vision, and the Metaphor of Aristotelian Optics
    Tracy Cosgriff
  1060. News in a Time of Plague: Reading a Broken 1620s News Network
    Kirsty Rolfe
  1061. Nicholas of Cusa and Bruno on the Infinity of the Universe
    Sophie Berman
  1062. Noise, the City, and the Subject in Jonson’s Epicoene
    Andrew Loeb
  1063. Non-Florentines and Fiorentinismo: Membership and Local Identity for Foreigners in the Accademia del Disegno
    Anne E. Proctor
  1064. Nostalgia and Imitation in The Shepheardes Calender
    Melanie Mohn
  1065. Notarial Networks in Trecento Venice
    Roisin Cossar
  1066. Notes in Space: Geography and Note-Taking in Early Modern Europe
    Nicholas Popper
  1067. Nuda Veritas: La poétique du découvrir
    Émilie Séris
  1068. O Grave, Where Is Thy Victory? Memory and Remembrance in the Sixteenth-Century Zadar
    Stephan Karl Sander-Faes
  1069. Object Networks: Luxury, Empire, and Virtuosity in Early Modern Antwerp
    Nadia Sera Baadj
  1070. Objects and Discourse in the Museo de América of Madrid
    Elena Alcala Donegani
  1071. Of Roman Villas, Poetry, and Patrons: The Latin Verses of Lelio Capilupi (1555) and Marc-Antoine Muret (1571)
    George Hugo Tucker
  1072. Of Troubled Times: Local Histories, Living Memory, and the Dutch Revolt
    Anne-Laure Van Bruaene
  1073. Officially Unofficial: Catholic Princes and Ambassadors as Informal Agents between Pope Clement VIII and King James VI/I
    Christian Schneider
  1074. Old Words, New Worlds: The Production of Greek Nonsense in More and Rabelais
    Jane Frances Raisch
  1075. Oliver Cromwell, Liberty of Conscience, and the “door to usher-in the things that God has promised”
    Giuseppina Iacono Lobo
  1076. On Bended Knee: Leonardo da Vinci and the Anatomy of Devotion
    Julia A. DeLancey
  1077. On Corporations, Pluralism, and Law and Literature
    Henry S. Turner
  1078. On Deriving Life from the Heavens: Astrology, Medicine, and Magic in Marsilio Ficino’s De vita
    H. Darrel Rutkin
  1079. On Stelluti’s Latin-Italian-Mexican Lynx
    Christopher D. Johnson
  1080. On the Political Tales of Plato’s Critias and More’s Hythlodaeus
    Jeffrey S. Lehman
  1081. On Vittore Gambello Called "Camelio": Sculptor and Medalist at the Service of Rome and Venice's Mints
    Giulia Zaccariotto
  1082. On “Scientific Idolatry” in Three of Calderón’s autos sacramentales
    Andrew F. Gray
  1083. One Habit and Two Undergarments for a Nun’s Three-Year Journey
    Nina M. Scott
  1084. One Man and a Sheet of Paper: An Ecological Approach to Barocci
    Ian F. Verstegen
  1085. Order and Subversion in Seventeenth-Century English “Character-Books”: Classified Types and Overwhelming mobile
    Claire Labarbe
  1086. Orfeo Cancellieri’s De ornatu mulierum: A Sixteenth-Century Juridical Treatise against Women’s Vanities
    Federica Boldrini
  1087. Organization, Solidarity, Social Structures: Jewish Families in Padua between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
    Claudia Bertazzo
  1088. Oriental Antiquities and the History of Spain
    Fernando Rodríguez Mediano
  1089. Ornament Prints: Multiple Intentions and Multiple Functions
    Peter Fuhring
  1090. Ornamented Musical Instruments in the Renaissance
    Christine Thérèse Laloue
  1091. Ortensio Scammacca: La Rosalia tra religione e politica
    Lucilla Bonavita
  1092. Orthographic Suggestions and Epigraphic Collections: Tortelli, Valla, Marcanova
    Paola Tomè
  1093. Ottoman Albania? A Venetian History of a Former Colony post-1479
    Azeta Kola
  1094. Our Father: Paternal Politics in the Conversion Narratives of Thomas Gage and James Wadsworth
    Abigail Shinn
  1095. Our Lady of the Exile: Jane Dormer, Tudor Disaffection, and the English Diaspora in Spain
    George Vahamikos
  1096. Overtones of Skepticism in Contarini’s Thought
    Andrea Aldo Robiglio
  1097. Owning Luther’s Words: Memory and Authority in Later Lutheran Culture
    Kat Hill
  1098. Painted in Blood: Materiality and Artifice in the Shroud of Turin
    Andrew R. Casper
  1099. Painted Narratives and the French Novel: Two Rooms in Fontainebleau for Henri IV and Marie de Médicis
    Nicola Courtright
  1100. Painting at the Threshold: Pictures for Doors in Renaissance Venice
    Susannah Rutherglen
  1101. Painting David in the City of Goliath: Bronzino's Ugolino Martelli
    Julia Alexandra Siemon
  1102. Palladio in Venice: The Last Ten Years
    Guido Beltramini
  1103. Pamela and the Poetry of Sleep in Philip Sidney’s Arcadia
    Margaret Simon
  1104. Paolo Veronese’s Organ Shutters for San Geminiano
    Xavier F. Salomon
  1105. Paper Technologies in Mechanics and Music: Mersenne Reads Galileo’s Discorsi
    Renee Raphael
  1106. Paper Technologies, Digital Technologies: Working with Early Modern Medical Records
    Lauren T. Kassell
  1107. Paradigm Shifts in British Renaissance Literature: The Digital Future
    Jonathan R. Hope
  1108. Paradise Regained: The Son and Sovereignty
    Ben LaBreche
  1109. PARAGON: Intelligent Collation and Difference Detection
    David Lee Miller, Dhaval Salvi
  1110. Parmigianino's Spoils
    Aimee Ng
  1111. Pasquinades and the Preservation of Order in Early Modern Rome
    Laurie Shepard
  1112. Self-Interest and Its Discontents in Early Modern English Drama
    Kristine Steenbergh
  1113. Pastime with Good Company: Queenship, Hospitality, and a Family Reunion at the Early Tudor Court
    Michelle Beer
  1114. Pastoral Drama Authored by Women: The Plays of the “Gentildonna Lucchese” (Leonora Bernardi), Valeria Miani, and Isabetta Coreglia
    Alexandra Coller
  1115. Pastoral Poetry and the Social Construction of Landscape in Seventeenth-Century Rome
    Tracy Ehrlich
  1116. Paths of Glory: Nominations and Dedications of Sevillian Men of Letters at the Courts of Philip III and IV
    Guy Lazure
  1117. Patrimony and City: The Significance of Confraternal Wealth in Late Sixteenth-Century Bologna
    Matthew Sneider
  1118. Patronage and the Landshut Artist Hans Wertinger, 1500–30
    Catharine Ingersoll
  1119. Patronage, Politics, Homosocial Exchange: Simonetta Cattaneo Vespucci and the Creation of Poetry in Renaissance Florence
    Judith Allan
  1120. Patrons as Actors: Church Decorations and sacra rappresentazioni in Late Cinquecento Rome and Florence
    Arnold Witte
  1121. Paulinus of Venice, Forerunner of Biondo Flavio
    Roberto Pesce
  1122. Peace Treaties or Litigation? The Legal Strategies of the House of Croÿ for the Cross-Border Management of Its Estates (1519–59)
    Violet Soen
  1123. Peals, Performance, and pezzi in piedi: The Sound and Practice of Early Modern Bell-Ringing
    Katherine Hunt
  1124. Pedro's Saints: Ribadeneyra's 1599 Flos sanctorum
    Elizabeth Rhodes
  1125. Peiresc in the Parisian "Jewel House"
    Peter N. Miller
  1126. Pelo dopo pelo: Depicting Hair and the Paragone
    Sefy Hendler
  1127. Peninsular Muslim-Christian Polemics and Their Aftermath in Northern Europe in the Seventeenth Century
    Gerard Wiegers
  1128. People of the Boyle Estate: The Social Origins and Political Fate of a Colonial Tenantry
    David Edwards
  1129. Performing Female Authorship in Seventeenth-Century Rome: Margherita Costa, Virtuosa and Writer
    Courtney Keala Quaintance
  1130. Performing Female Cultural Sociability: Theater and Patronage in the Northern Italian Courts and Academies of the Late Sixteenth Century
    Lisa M. Sampson
  1131. Performing the Gallant through the Torchbearers of Middleton’s Your Five Gallants
    Sharon J. Harris
  1132. Pericles, The Music of the Spheres, and Idolatrous Silence
    Holly Crawford Pickett
  1133. Personification, Framework, and Pisanello’s Poetics
    C. Jean Campbell
  1134. Personifying the Commonweal in Sir David Lyndsay’s Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis
    Greg Walker
  1135. Peter Paul Rubens and the Ornamentation of the Antwerp Jesuit Church
    Valerie Herremans, Joris Jozef Snaet
  1136. Petrarca e Boccaccio: Forme e ragioni di un dialogo
    Loredana Chines
  1137. Petrarch Domesticated: Conjugal Lyric in Early Modern Italy
    Shannon McHugh
  1138. Petrarch's Appropriation of Boccaccio: The Historia Griseldis
    Wayne Storey
  1139. Petrarch, Boccaccio, and the Rewriting of Griselda’s Tale: A Rhetorical Debate on Latin and Vernacular Language
    Simona Lorenzini
  1140. Petrarchism, Pasquino, and Courtesans: Two Laments from Parma
    Julia L. Hairston
  1141. Petrarch’s Defense of Poetry and Cicero’s Pro Archia
    Bianca Morganti
  1142. Phaeton’s Flight: Lodovico Dolce between Ovid and Ariosto
    Andrea Torre
  1143. Philibert Delorme at the Château d’Anet: Form, Structure, and the Profession of Architecture
    Sara Galletti
  1144. Philip II Gets Played: Othello and the Spanish Intertext
    Ana María G. Laguna
  1145. Philo-Philippa as Author-Reader
    Kate Lilley
  1146. Philosophia magna: (Super)Natural Phenomenons in the Work of Theophrastus Bombast von Hohenheim (Paracelsus)
    Sabrina Hufnagel
  1147. Philosophical Greville
    Brian Cummings
  1148. Philosophical Revisionism and Renaissance Revisionist History: The Evidence of Art
    Nancy S. Struever
  1149. Philosophizing with Colors and Painting with Thoughts: Infiammati and Artists in Sixteenth-Century Italy
    Marco Sgarbi
  1150. Physiological Accounts of Women's Superior Conduct in Some Sixteenth-Century Italian Pro-Woman Treatises
    Marguerite Deslauriers
  1151. Pictorial Practices of the Early Royal Society
    Sachiko Kusukawa
  1152. Picturing Practice: Michael Sweerts and the Image of the Netherlandish Drawing Academy
    Lara Yeager-Crasselt
  1153. Picturing the Gospels in Arabic
    Evelyn Lincoln
  1154. Picturing the Hermetical Womb: Gender, Alchemy, and the Catoptrum Microcosmicum
    Lyle Massey
  1155. Picturing Thought in the Early Modern Low Countries
    Bret L. Rothstein
  1156. Pier Candido Decembrio and the Sforza
    Gary Ianziti
  1157. Piero della Francesca and the Construction of Altarpieces in Sansepolcro
    Ciro Castelli
  1158. Pieter Brueghel the Elder’s Two Chained Monkeys
    Jessica Keating
  1159. Pietro Aretino, Luigi Pulci, and Chivalry: Ménage à Trois with a Happy Ending
    Stefano Nicosia
  1160. Pietro Aretino’s Afterlife: The Fortune of Aretino’s Works after the Council of Trent
    Eleonora Carinci
  1161. Pietro Aretino’s Renegotiation of the Subordinate’s Role
    Sandro Puiatti
  1162. Pietro Bertelli's Costume Books as Gendered Civic Portraits
    Ann Rosalind Jones
  1163. Pietro Della Valle: Assessing Chronologies in the Mediterranean
    Rosemary V. Lee
  1164. Pietro Moro: Images of a Medici Court Servant
    Paul H. D. Kaplan
  1165. Pietro Tacca’s Beautiful Slaves
    Steven F. Ostrow
  1166. Pinning Down Proteus: Defining the Ovidian in Late Elizabethan Epyllia
    William W. Weber
  1167. Pioneers and Converts: Learning to Work with Early Modern Women
    Anne Lake Prescott
  1168. Pious Imitation and Social Emulation: Palma Giovane’s Entombment for the Crociferi
    Giorgio Tagliaferro
  1169. Pirro Ligorio's Antiquarian Philology
    Robert W. Gaston
  1170. Pity, Politics, and Imaginative Autonomy in The Faerie Queene, Books 5 and 6
    Richard Z. Lee
  1171. Places of Correction: Reading Mistakes in Early Modern Print
    Adam Smyth
  1172. Plainchant and Politics in the Turin Codex
    Michael Alan Anderson
  1173. Plato’s Phaedrus in Spenser’s Shepheardes Calender: Maye's Emblematic Development
    Kenneth Borris
  1174. Playful Fantasy or Good Manners Manual: Two Carefully Constructed Critiques of Early Modern England
    Mary North Clow
  1175. Playing with Drawings, Drawing to Play
    Francesca Alberti
  1176. Plotting Overthrows: A Ragusan Playwright in Florence, 1566
    Ivan Lupic
  1177. Pocket-Sized Solace: Jesuit Spiritual Consolation Designed for the Road
    J. Michelle Molina
  1178. Poems by William Herbert, Third Earl of Pembroke
    Mary Ellen Lamb
  1179. Poet among Painters, Painter among Poets: Luis de Góngora and the Artistic Milieux of Renaissance Spain
    Maria Vitagliano
  1180. Poetic Nostalgia in Robert Greene’s Vision
    Megan Cook
  1181. Poetics, Nonhumoral Emotions, and the Resurrection of the Flesh in George Herbert
    Daniel Juan Gil
  1182. Poetry and the City: Coluccio Salutati and Fourteenth-Century Humanist Poetics
    David Lummus
  1183. Poetry in Naples Renaissance: The Crisis of the Sixteenth Century
    Sebastiano Valerio
  1184. Poetry without Origins in Sidney’s Old Arcadia
    Stephanie Elsky
  1185. Poetry, Painting, and Song: Laudesi Confraternities and Devotions Sung to Paintings
    Steven F. H. Stowell
  1186. Poggio and Bruni
    Arthur M. Field
  1187. Poisoned Gifts, or the Spanish Practice of Drawing Collecting in Seventeenth-Century Rome
    María López-Fanjul y Díez del Corral
  1188. Political Continuity and the Stakes of Historical Collecting
    Shannon Miller
  1189. Political Wagering and the Public Sphere in Early Modern Rome
    John M. Hunt
  1190. Politics and Reforms: The Sicilian Bishops in the Age of the Council of Trent
    Fabrizio D'Avenia
  1191. Politics, Passions, and Art: Pontano’s World
    Pina Palma
  1192. Poliziano and Philosophy
    Amos Edelheit
  1193. Pollution Outside the Walls
    Francis Paul Carpinelli
  1194. Pomponazzi and Machiavelli on Religion, Revolution, and Return
    Sean David Erwin
  1195. Pope Julius II's Response to the Muslim Challenge: Annius of Viterbo's Orient in Michelangelo's Sistine Ceiling Frescoes
    Benjamin Braude
  1196. Pope Leo X and the Spanish National Church in Rome
    Rose May
  1197. Pope Leo X, Raphael, and Antiquity as Inspiration for the Accademia delle Virtù?
    Christine Pappelau
  1198. Populating a Digital Prosopography: Geocoding the Florentine Decima of 1561
    Colin S. Rose
  1199. Portraits and Family Memory in Venetian Documents
    Helena Szépe
  1200. Portraying the Artist as a Poet: The Public Image of Michelangelo’s Poetry in Early Seventeenth-Century Florence
    Matteo Residori
  1201. Portraying the Patron: Cultural and Artistic Patronage and the Image of Self in Sixteenth-Century Venice
    Laura Moretti
  1202. Portraying the Perfect Commander amid the Italian Wars
    Kenneth Gouwens
  1203. Potosí’s Cerro Rico: An Iconic Landmark of Wealth and Power
    Claudia Cornejo Happel
  1204. Praise and the Political Subject: Stuart Succession Panegyric
    Andrew McRae
  1205. Praising the Conflict: Sperone Speroni’s Dialogo sulla Discordia
    Teodoro Katinis
  1206. Praying Petrucci: Reading Ottaviano Petrucci’s Motteti A and Motetti Libro Quarto as Devotional Books
    Melody Marchman Schade
  1207. Preaching Peace at Constance
    Christopher Bellitto
  1208. Precarious Encounters in Formosa: A Comparative Study of Frederic Coyett’s Formosa Neglected (1675) and George Kerr’s Formosa Betrayed (1965)
    Henk Vynckier
  1209. Precarious Personification: Fortuna in the Painter's Studio
    Lisa Rosenthal
  1210. Preda d’oscura e dispietata Morte: Conveying Death in Women’s Petrarchan Poems
    Luisanna Sardu Castangia
  1211. According to God’s Plan: Lay Responses to Simone de Bertis’s Predestination Sermons
    Stephanie Jury
  1212. Prediction, Protest, Proclamation: Prophecy and Messianism in Early Modern Europe
    Robert J. Bast
  1213. Pressing Metal, Pressing Politics: Papal Annual Medals, 1605–1700
    Matthew K. Averett
  1214. Primero Sueño: Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz’s Intellectual Love Poem
    Sanda Munjic
  1215. Daniel Hopfer’s Etched Broadsheets
    Freyda Spira
  1216. Printing on Fabric: Shrouds, Sleeping Caps, and Satin Dürers
    Suzanne Karr Schmidt
  1217. Printing Rhapsody: Composite Poetry Manuscripts in Print
    John Piers Brown
  1218. Prints and Feathers in Mexico
    Corinna Tania Gallori
  1219. Prints and Knowledge of Islam
    Susan Dackerman
  1220. Private Delectation: Jacopo Zucchi’s Cabinet Paintings for Cardinal Ferdinando de’ Medici
    Elinor Myara Kelif
  1221. Pro Bono Pacis et Concordie: International Arbitration in Early Modern Italy
    Michael Paul Martoccio
  1222. Probing Deeper into a Chart: Astrology, Narrative, and the Role of Observation in Early Modern Collections of Genitures
    Monica Azzolini
  1223. Problems with the Bibliographical History of Spenser’s View
    Jean R. Brink
  1224. Processing Information at the Court of Cosimo I de’ Medici
    Alessio Assonitis
  1225. Progressive or Regressive? The Reappropriation of Female Biography in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Italy
    Valerie Hoagland
  1226. Projecting Sanctity: Shrines for Miracle-Working Statues of the Virgin
    Maarten Delbeke
  1227. Proleptic Histories of the Present: Aristotelian Time in Shakespeare's Henry V
    Christopher Crosbie
  1228. Promoting Chance, Managing Risk: Fortuna and Politics in Renaissance Italian Republics
    Nicholas S. Baker
  1229. Pronta materia ed atta: The Forest and Tasso's Instrumental Poetics
    Troy Tower
  1230. Prophecy, Military Defence, and Historical Accuracy: A Report on the Ottoman Invasion of Malta of 1614
    Carmel Cassar
  1231. Prophethood and Religious Orthodoxy in Late Spanish Islam
    Marya T. Green Mercado
  1232. Prose and Theology in Aretino’s Religious Works
    Elise Boillet
  1233. Prostitutes, "Dishonourable Women," and Communal Regulation in Early Modern Bologna
    Vanessa McCarthy
  1234. Prostitution and Female Agency in Jonson and Middleton
    Elyssa Cheng
  1235. Proving Sanctity on Stage: Dramatic Devices of Praising the Saints in Two Hagiographical Comedias by Lope de Vega
    Natalia Fernández
  1236. Prudence and Temporal Perception in Palladio's La Rotonda
    Michael T. Coughlin
  1237. Public Display of Knowledge and "Truth" on the Cathedral in Premodern Europe
    Pippa Salonius
  1238. Publier les "Trésors" de la Renaissance: De l’intitulation du volume à l’ordonnancement des savoirs
    Anne Réach-Ngô
  1239. Publishing in “these dangerous times”: Thomas Cadman’s Books, 1584–89
    Elizabeth Zeman Kolkovich
  1240. Puebla Pottery and the Manila Galleon Trade
    Margaret E. Connors McQuade
  1241. Pulling Out All the Stops: Emanuel de Witte’s Images of Worship and the Seventeenth-Century Dutch Calvinist Organ Campaign
    Sara Brown Bordeaux
  1242. Purity, Penitence, and Hairy Women Saints
    Carolyn D. Muir
  1243. Putting Shakespeare’s Audience Out of Work: Passive Playgoing and the “Bad Quarto” of Henry V
    Daniel D. Moss
  1244. Quaker Letter Networks: Reassessing the Roles of Gender and Geography in Early Modern English Social Structures
    Marjon Ames
  1245. Quechua Prayers: Utopia and Empire in Peruvian Franciscanism
    Ximena Briceno
  1246. Questionable Contexts: Queen Elizabeth’s Pedigree Book
    Sonja Drimmer
  1247. Questioning Solitary and Shared Principality in Diplomatic Affairs in Seventeenth-Century European Drama
    Nathalie E. Rivere de Carles
  1248. Quia obstitricandi longam habuerit experientiam: Midwives in Early Renaissance Miracle Accounts
    Rebecca Johnson
  1249. Quixote or Quischotte? The Role of France and French in the Transmission of Culture in Early Modern Europe
    Warren Boutcher
  1250. Qu’est-ce qu'un terme "significatif"? Scaliger et les apories de l’épithète poétique espagnole
    Roland Béhar
  1251. Rabelais and Minerva's Workshop
    Marjorie Hopkins
  1252. Rabelais et la philologie médicale: Nouvelles avenues de recherche entre histoire littéraire et histoire de la médecine
    Claude La Charité
  1253. Rabelais humaniste et Rabelais populaire: Les nouvelles orientations de la critique
    Nicolas Le Cadet
  1254. Rabelais, homme d'atelier(s)
    Romain Menini
  1255. Race, Global Trade, and Venice at the End of a Millennium
    Gail L. Geiger
  1256. Race, Honor, and the Battle of Britain
    Arthur H. Williamson
  1257. Race, Honor, and the States of Britain, ca. 1580–1605
    R. Malcolm Smuts
  1258. Race, Honor, Resistance, and the Peripheries of Britain, ca. 1540–1650
    Brendan Kane
  1259. Race, Slavery, and Queen Elizabeth’s “Edicts of Expulsion”
    Emily Weissbourd
  1260. Ramillete de Mirra: María de San José’s Open Letter on the Abuses of Nicolás Doria
    Bárbara Mujica
  1261. Ranting at "Whisperers" and "Back-Biters": Discourses against Spreaders of Rumours in Early Modern England (1500–1700)
    Sandrine Parageau
  1262. Raphael's Two Hands: Inchiostro and Color in the Autograph Sonnets
    Enrica Gambin
  1263. Raphael’s Galatea: imago fugitiva in Conception and Meaning
    Debra Murphy
  1264. Raphael’s Prints: The Collaboration of Raphael and Marcantonio Raimondi
    Anne Bloemacher
  1265. Ravenna and the History of Italian Renaissance Art
    Giancarla Periti
  1266. Reaching Readers: The Case of the First Printed Bible in Dutch (1477)
    Mart van Duijn
  1267. Read for Inaction: Pleasure and Prose Fiction in Early Modern England
    Louise Wilson
  1268. Readers, Rogues, and Rabbits: Sexuality, Class, and Identification in Robert Greene’s Frontispiece Illustrations
    Ari Friedlander
  1269. Reading and Talking about The Woman’s Book in Renaissance England
    Jennifer Richards
  1270. Reading and Transcribing Greek Texts: Scribes and Scholars from Renaissance Italy
    Rocco Di Dio
  1271. Satyrs, Anamorphosis and an Elephant
    Alexander Marr
  1272. Reading Cicero in the Renaissance and the End of Writing Freestyle
    Kathy Eden
  1273. Reading for Pleasure: How Gabriel Harvey Read His Castiglione
    Chris Theo Stamatakis
  1274. Reading Publics in Shakespeare’s Sonnets and Sonnet Plays
    Cordelia Zukerman
  1275. Reading Spenser's Una
    Judith H. Anderson
  1276. Reading the Void: Questions of Method in Early Modern Manuscript Studies
    Christopher Shirley
  1277. Reading Unmarked Bibles: The Barkers, Bibliography, and the Economics of Interpretation
    Aaron Pratt
  1278. Recipes and Experiential Knowledge in the Seventeenth-Century Epistemic Exchange between China and Europe
    Marta Hanson, Gianna Pomata
  1279. Recollecting Venus
    Genevieve Warwick
  1280. Reconsidering Giottos Paintings in the Cappella Peruzzi, S. Croce, Florence
    Sabine Sommerer
  1281. Reconsidering Meiss’s Black Death Theory: Social History and Intertextuality
    Judith Steinhoff
  1282. Reconstructing an Outstanding School of Pan-European Humanism: Poliziano and His Foreign Pupils
    Laura Refe
  1283. Reconstructing Emotion in The Faerie Queene
    Cora V. Fox
  1284. Recontextualized and Reframed: Diego de Valades's Cross-Cultural Exchange
    Emilie Ana Carreón Blaine, Linda Báez Rubí
  1285. Recordkeeping and the Uses of Information in Late Medieval Sicily
    Alessandro Silvestri
  1286. Recreating History in the Civic Architecture of Early Modern Spain
    Luis J. Gordo Pelaez
  1287. Recto/Verso: The Abbé de Choisy as Interloper, Interlocutor, and Interpreter of the Female (Literary) Experience
    Tabitha Spagnolo
  1288. Recusant Bodies: Representations of Fasting as Religious Dissent
    Alicia Clark-Barnes
  1289. Recycling, Renaissance Style: Vasari’s Repurposed Religious Paintings
    Sally J. Cornelison
  1290. Redefining Male Sanctity: Rubens’s High Altar of Ignatius of Loyola in the Antwerp Jesuit Church
    Anna C. Knaap
  1291. Redefinition of Political and Social Thought during the Italian Wars: France and Burgundy
    Jonathan Marcelle Georges Dumont
  1292. Rediscovered Religion in Recreated Anglo-Saxon Poetry
    Emily A. Ransom
  1293. Reediting REED: A Crowdsourced Approach to Remediating the Records of Early English Drama (REED)
    Jason A. Boyd
  1294. Reevaluating the Career of Robert Wyer, Salter-Printer
    Sarah Neville
  1295. Reflections on Odoardo Fialetti’s View of Venice
    Deborah Howard
  1296. Reformation Polemics on Stage: Visual Arts and Vernacular Theater in Mid-Sixteenth-Century Antwerp
    Barbara Kaminska
  1297. Refusals of Translation: Code Switching and Displacement in Early Printed Macaronics
    Anne E. B. Coldiron
  1298. Reglossing the Vulgate after the Reformation: The Biblical Marginalia of the English Catholic Tutor, Thomas Marwood
    Daniel J. M. Cheely
  1299. Regulated Reading: Time and Place in the Fifteenth-Century Book of Hours
    Jessica Brantley
  1300. Reimagining the Cloister and Community: The Place of Lay Sisters in Late Medieval Spanish Convents
    Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt
  1301. Reinterpreting the Scenario: Isabella Andreini as Playwright and Performer
    Valeria Finucci
  1302. Reinventing Renaissance Tradition in China: Depicting Cassowaries at the Qing Qianlong Court
    Yu-Chih Lai
  1303. Reinventing the Pastoral Landscape: The Function of Setting in Honoré d’Urfé’s Astrée
    Melinda A. Cro
  1304. Religious Materiality in the Kunstkammer of Rudolf II
    Suzanna Ivanic
  1305. Rembrandt's Scribbles
    Amy Knight Powell
  1306. Remediating Medea: The Reanimation of Antiquity in Early Modern England
    Miriam Emma Jacobson
  1307. Remember the Hand: Calligraphy and Humanistic Script
    Roberta Vera Ricci
  1308. Remembering Pythagoras, Performing Orpheus: Premodern Eurasian Perspectives
    Gabriela Currie
  1309. Renaissance Big Books and Few Readers
    Jonathan Lamb
  1310. Renaissance City Views as Ruler Portraits
    Jasper C. van Putten
  1311. Renaissance History and the Digital Turn
    Nicholas A. Eckstein
  1312. Renaissance Homer in the Eighteenth Century: An Antiquarian Hoax
    Daniel Houston
  1313. Renaissance Ornament Prints and Architectural Engravings: A Question of Origins
    Michael J. Waters
  1314. Renaissance Typology: A Stained Glass Cycle by Dirk Vellert, Reconstructed
    Ellen Konowitz
  1315. Representation without Convening an Assembly: Negotiations for the Decima of 1685 in Castile
    Sean T. Perrone
  1316. Representations of Power and Urban Views in Sicily Habsburg (1500–1700)
    Valeria Manfrè
  1317. Representing Powerful Women during the Renaissance in the Netherlands
    Maria Pietrogiovanna
  1318. Representing the Vera Icon before and after the Sack of Rome
    Jessica Maratsos
  1319. Rereadings: Quixote’s Genres
    Georgina Dopico Black
  1320. Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta 119 through the Eyes of Augustinus
    James F. McMenamin
  1321. Resituating and Reinterpreting Alchemical Images
    Lawrence Principe
  1322. Resolución Varonil and Transnational Exemplarity: Isabel Clara Eugenia and the Countess of Tyrconnel
    Montserrat Pérez-Toribio
  1323. Resounding Origins: Material Rupture and Restorative Metrics in Spenser’s The Faerie Queene
    J. K. Barret
  1324. Restoring Paolo Veronese’s Church of San Sebastiano
    Melissa Conn
  1325. Restructuration Campaigns of Church Interiors and Their Impact on the Function and Form of Renaissance Altarpieces
    Michael Georg Gromotka
  1326. Retelling Colin Clout
    Samuel Fallon
  1327. Rethinking Gentile da Fabriano and Processional Standards from the Marche: Modern Spoliation and Critical Fortune
    Silvia Caporaletti
  1328. Rethinking Joachimism in the Renaissance between France and Italy:The Second Charlemagne Legend
    Lorenza Tromboni
  1329. Rethinking Shakespeare's Late Style
    Matt Hunter
  1330. Returning Many to One: The Commentary of Annius of Viterbo on Propertius 4.2
    Shana O'Connell
  1331. Revaluing Rhetoric in Astrophil and Stella and Hero and Leander
    Ruth Kaplan
  1332. Revealing Lines: Ventura Salimbeni and Preparatory Drawings for Prints
    Jaime Gabbarelli
  1333. Reversing the Seventeenth-Century Crisis in the Spanish Empire: Money, Credit, and Finance Reconsidered
    Giuseppe De Luca
  1334. Revisiting the Elizabethan Epyllion
    Tania Demetriou
  1335. Rewriting Preachers' Orality: Sermons and Abjuration in Early Modern Italy
    Stefano Dall'Aglio
  1336. Rewriting Religious Identities. Saint Raphael and Cordoba from Archangel to Custodio (1578-1699)
    Cécile Vincent-Cassy
  1337. Rhetoric and Early Tudor London Guilds
    Malcolm Richardson
  1338. Rhetoric and Emotion in the Boys’ Own Iliad
    Marjorie Curry Woods
  1339. Rhetoric and the Paradoxical Structure of Thomas More’s Utopia
    Donald Gilman
  1340. Rhetorical Dispositio and its Renaissance Transformations: The Case of Francis Bacon
    Rhodri Lewis
  1341. Rhétorique et poétique éditoriales: Stratégies titulaires dans les « genres » de l’expression figurée
    Trung Tran
  1342. Ribera and the Neapolitan Doubt
    Itay Sapir
  1343. Ribera’s Blinding Touch
    Todd P. Olson
  1344. Ribera’s Five Senses: Between the New Science and the Picaresque
    Carlo Avilio
  1345. Richard Boyle’s Colonial Acquisitions: A Chronology and Interpretation
    David Heffernan
  1346. Richard Crashaw's Mystical Devotions
    Sara Hasselbach
  1347. Riding the Hobbyhorse in Early Modern Christian and Jewish Cultures of Folly
    Sara Hasselbach
  1348. Rires et sourires de Noël Du Fail
    Marie-Claire Thomine-Bichard
  1349. Rivalrous Imitatio
    Robert ter Horst
  1350. Rivalry and Politics of Space in The Tragedy of Mariam and The Siege of Babylon
    I-Chun Wang
  1351. Robert Fludd’s Musical Cosmology and the Reconstruction of the Renaissance
    Roseen H. Giles
  1352. Roelandt Savery and the Culture of Mining
    Catherine Levesque
  1353. Rogue Cosmopolitans: Fantasies of Freedom and the Early Modern Origins of Globalization
    Daniel J. Vitkus
  1354. Roman Heroes/Roman Patrons: Constructing Aristocratic Identity in Seventeenth-Century Rome
    Valeria de Lucca
  1355. Roman Inquisition and the Shaping of the Jewish Economic Identity (1500–1700)
    Germano Maifreda
  1356. Rooms of Venuses in Roman Baroque Collections: The Beautiful Goddesses and the Beautiful Women
    Francesca Cappelletti
  1357. Rosary Confraternities in Naples and the Spanish Viceroyalty
    Marije Osnabrugge
  1358. Rosso Fiorentino’s Mercury in Caraglio’s Print and Giraldi’s Ninth Syntagma
    Luba Freedman
  1359. Rotten Eggs and Tainted Bread: The Politics of the Marketplace in Renaissance Florence
    Cecilia Hewlett
  1360. Rovinare la festa: Incidenti, violenze, imprevisti nelle feste pubbliche ferraresi del Rinascimento
    Giovanni Ricci
  1361. Royal Players: Habsburg Queens and the Comedia
    María Cristina Quintero
  1362. Royalist Panegyrical Poetry and Paratext in Petrus Lagerlöf
    Peter Sjökvist
  1363. Rubens’s Reception of Roman Architecture
    Barbara Uppenkamp
  1364. Ruling Bodies and Monstrous Bodies in the Valois Court
    Touba Ghadessi
  1365. Rus in Urbe: The Garden of Villa Montalto in Rome
    Nadja Horsch
  1366. Sacred Purchases: Translating the Relics of St. Luke the Evangelist in 1463
    Janna Israel
  1367. Sacred Space, Ritual, and Royal Identity: Jean-Denis Attiret and the First French Garden in Early Modern Beijing
    Lianming Wang
  1368. Safe Conduct? Borders, Movement, and Security on the Roads and Rivers of Early Modern Germany (1550–1700)
    Luca Scholz
  1369. Sainthood and Citizenship in Seventeenth-Century Lima: The Feast of Beatification of Rose of Lima in 1670
    Carlos Galvez-Pena
  1370. Saints and Martyrs: Sanctus Tewdricus sive Pastor Bonus (ca. 1679) and Seventeenth-Century Jesuit Theatrical Music
    Peter Leech
  1371. Saints, Millers, Faith, and Farce in De la Vigne's Mystère de Saint Martin
    Jeff C. Persels
  1372. Samson Agonistes: Prophecy, Passion, and the Solitary Sublime
    N. K. Sugimura
  1373. Samson, Arendt, and the Redemption of Public Speech
    Helen Lynch
  1374. San Geminiano: “A ruby among many pearls”
    Iara A. Dundas
  1375. San Geminiano’s Scuole Piccole
    Anne Marie Eze
  1376. San Giovanni Decollato: Painting, Piety, and Prestige
    Andreas Plackinger
  1377. Satan’s Allegories and Milton’s Epics
    Vladimir Brljak
  1378. Satire and Morality: “Overturned Worlds” in Hans Sachs’s Poetry
    Denis Forasacco
  1379. Satirizing Stupidity: Intelligence in the Cambridge Parnassus Plays
    Jonathan Kotchian
  1380. Savonarola as Michelangelo's Muse
    Lisa Vitale
  1381. Savonarola: Prophecy and Theology
    Luigi Lazzerini
  1382. Scripting Upward Mobility in Seventeenth-Century London: Katherine Austen's Aspirational Life-Writings in Book M (1664)
    Pamela S. Hammons
  1383. Sculpted Altarpieces and the Beholder in Early Renaissance Venice
    Lorenzo Buonanno
  1384. Sculpted Polyptychs in Renaissance Savona
    Massimo Bartoletti, Massimiliano Caldera
  1385. Sculptural Practice as Performance: The Intricate Case of Gianlorenzo Bernini
    Joris van Gastel
  1386. Se traduire, se trahir?
    Martine Furno
  1387. Sea Battles in Stone: Venetian Monuments for the Capitano Generale da Mar
    Mark Rosen
  1388. Searching and Analyzing Renaissance Musical Scores with Computational Methods
    Michael Scott Cuthbert
  1389. Secrets of a Spanish Polymath: Geronimo Cortes, Physiognomy, and the Inquisition
    Edward L. Holt
  1390. Seeing Reform in Rural Parishes: Altar Dedications and Confraternities in the Diocese of Padua
    Celeste I. McNamara
  1391. Seeing the Unseen: The Italian Landscapes of Giuseppe Casabona
    Anatole Tchikine
  1392. Seeing through Paintings: Venetian Masterpeices Revealed
    Christopher Thomas Apostle
  1393. Seeking Representation: Lost Plays, Lawsuits, and the Archival Remains of Widow Elsden
    Marina Leslie
  1394. Seeking “the Place of Judgment”: Abdiel and Counter-Nationalism in Milton’s Paradise Lost
    Ryan James Hackenbracht
  1395. Seen and Not Heard: Female Self-Sacrifice and Civic Virtue in Giovanni Boccaccio and Christine de Pizan
    Chelsea Pomponio
  1396. Self-Appointed Prophets: Naming the Antichrist in Early Reform Polemic
    Kathleen Bossert
  1397. Sensing the Kiss in Renaissance Art and Poetry
    Giancarlo Fiorenza
  1398. Servicing a Royal Diplomatic Audience: Twelfth Night, 1601
    Tessa Murdoch
  1399. Serving at the Colonial Table: Servants, Cooking, and the East India Company
    Amrita Sen
  1400. Seventeenth-Century British Retellings of American Legends
    Peter Craft
  1401. Sexuality, Masculinity, and a Critique of Royalism: Blazing World and Restoration Utopias
    Stefano Saracino
  1402. Shakespearean Resources: Orson Welles and Theatrical Translations
    Daniel Morgan
  1403. Shakespeare’s Redefined Utopias
    Sophie Chiari
  1404. Shakespeare’s Shadow: Remembering John Webster
    Chloe Preedy
  1405. Shaping the Divine: Trecento Devotional Art and Ugo Panciera’s Treatise on Perfection
    Sarah Dillon
  1406. Shifting Alliances and National Rivalries: Spain and France in the Chapel of Saint Louis in San Luigi dei Francesi
    Elena Cristina Napolitano
  1407. Shopping for Books in St. Paul's Churchyard, ca. 1618
    Trudi Laura Darby
  1408. Should the Early Modern Love Lyric Be “Intense”?
    Ullrich G. Langer
  1409. Sight, Sound, and Space in the Sistine Chapel: Raphael's Acts of the Apostles Tapestries for Leo X
    Lisa Pon
  1410. Signifying Accuracy and Arranging the Truth: Constructing the Church in Early Modern Conclave Prints
    Kelly Whitford
  1411. Signifying the imperium: The Globe in Two Works by Parmigianino
    Jennifer Liston
  1412. Signs of Knowledge: The Goldsmith-Engraver in the Low Countries and the Dissemination of Design
    Oliver Kik
  1413. Silencing the Collective Spirit: The Tudor Fantasy of Theatrical Production
    Glenn Clark
  1414. Silvio Antoniano's Pedagogy of the Senses
    Wietse de Boer
  1415. Similar But Not Quite the Same: Impressions of Scandinavia in Sixteenth-Century German Travel Narratives
    Elisabeth Wåghäll Nivre
  1416. Singing with the Mind’s Eye: The Role of Musical Visiones in the Contrapuntal Practice of the Renaissance
    Philippe Canguilhem
  1417. Sixteenth-Century European Conceptions of Water: Sea Voyages and the Disordering of the Universe
    Lindsay J. Starkey
  1418. Sixtus V's Fontana dell'Acqua Felice (1586) as Everlasting Trionfo
    Dafna Z. M. Maharshak
  1419. Sketch or Graphic Rumination? An Unexpected Drawing on an Unusual Support in Villa Medici
    Antonella Fenech Kroke
  1420. Skill, Style, and Freedom
    Jeff Dolven
  1421. Skin, Fur, and Hairs: Female Sexuality, Animality, and Depilation in Renaissance Visual Culture
    Jill Burke
  1422. Slander and Sedition: The Price and Profit of Misinformation in Medici-Pucci Relations in the Cinquecento
    Carla D’Arista Frampton
  1423. Sleep, Death, and "Self same rage": Jasper Heywood's Hercules and Senca's Dark Cosmology
    Benjamin Clay Parris
  1424. Sleep, Death, and Selfhood in The Faerie Queene 1.1–2
    Garrett A. Sullivan
  1425. Smuggled Books, Secret Libraries, and Scribal Prophecies: Recovering the Private Libraries of Catholic Conspirators in Elizabethan England
    Earle A. Havens
  1426. Snatching a Witch from the Devil's Grip: Hagiography as Demonology in Renaissance Italy
    Tamar Herzig
  1427. Social Negotiations in Correspondence between Mothers and Daughters in Sixteenth-Century England
    James Daybell
  1428. Social Networking, Social Capital, and the Portrait Drawings of Hans Holbein the Elder
    Alisa M. Carlson
  1429. Social Spaces and Civic Identities: Producing Religious Drama in Premodern York
    Meisha T. Lohmann
  1430. Sofonsiba Anguissola and the Religious Image
    Cecilia Gamberini
  1431. Sol perché casta visse: Isabella d'Este Reads Ulysses
    Eleonora Stoppino
  1432. Sola Scriptura or Sola Fide? Luther and the Early Modern Problem of Mediality in Christianity
    Eric T. Foster
  1433. Sole e Ombra: Jealousy and Elemental Discourse in Padua’s Accademia degli Infiammati and Florence’s Accademia degli Humidi
    Tania Zampini
  1434. Some Aspects of the Modal Theory in France around 1600
    Isabelle His
  1435. Some Times Moros and Some Times Not: Renegade Muslims in the Iberian Atlantic
    Stuart Schwartz
  1436. Some Versions of Pastoral: Fleeing the City in Seventeenth-Century Manuscript Miscellanies
    Claire Bryony Williams
  1437. Songs, Memory, and the Performance of News in Early Modern Europe
    Una McIlvenna
  1438. Sor Juana’s "Hombres necios" and Three Nineteenth-Century Réplicas: The Politics of Gender?
    Bonnie L. Gasior
  1439. Sound, Experience, and Identity in the Popular Missions of Early Modern Jesuits
    Daniele V. Filippi
  1440. Sounds, Symbols, and the Salve Regina: Musical Meaning in an Alamire Manuscript
    C. Aaron James
  1441. Space and Place in Torquemada’s Don Olivante de Laura
    Marina S. Brownlee
  1442. Spain and France in the Holy Sepulchre: Historical Invention and the Question of National Rivalries in Europe and the Biblical East
    Chad Leahy
  1443. Spanish Romance for English Women? From Grisel y Mirabella to Swetnam the Woman-Hater
    Joyce Boro
  1444. Spanish Saints in the Spanish Netherlands
    Annick Delfosse
  1445. Spanish Women’s Food Habits and Utensils in Colonial Florida
    Yolanda Gamboa
  1446. Sparta as an Educational Ideal in Italian Humanist Education
    Anthony Francis D'Elia
  1447. Speak, Cerberus, Speak: Heywood’s Talking Hellhound in The Silver Age
    A.R. Bossert
  1448. Speaking Beside Oneself: The Shared Strategies of Political and Female Complaint
    William Kerwin
  1449. Speaking of Domestic Materiality in Early Modern Italy
    Silvia Evangelisti
  1450. Speaking to the Body: Sir Tobie Matthew, Richard Crashaw, and Catholic Mysticism in Seventeenth-Century England
    Chance Brandon Woods
  1451. Spectacles of Doubt
    Laura Levine
  1452. Spectacular Movements: Architecture and Bodies in Early Modern Ballets
    Virginia Preston
  1453. Spectaculum: The Theatrics of Image Making ca. 1600
    Nicole Blackwood
  1454. Speculum Principis: Notes on Two Plaquettes by Filarete
    Stefano G. Casu
  1455. Spenser and Narratology: On Some Local Points of View in The Faerie Queene
    J.B. Lethbridge
  1456. Spenser and the Intertextual Sublime: Marlowe, Jonson, Shakespeare
    Patrick G. Cheney
  1457. Spenser, Donne, and the Epithalamic Tradition
    Yulia Ryzhik
  1458. Spenser’s First Folios and the Lownes Brothers’ Familial Labor Network
    Jonathan Holmes
  1459. Spenser’s Narrative and the Perils of Ovidian Wit
    Elizabeth J. Bellamy
  1460. Spenser’s Scripts for the Pageant of Modern Poetry
    Jon A. Quitslund
  1461. Speranza di Bona’s Alle Muse: A Feminist Revision of Orlando furioso 37
    Francesca Maria Gabrielli
  1462. Spiritual Guidance, Political Gain: The Role of the Court Chapel in Brussels, 1598–1633
    Dries Raeymaekers
  1463. Spiritus, ecclesiae anima: Colet, Linacre, and a Galenic Mystical Body
    Daniel T. Lochman
  1464. St. Vitale in Ravenna as a Replica of Haghia Sophia in Constantinople
    Silvia Foschi
  1465. Stage Directions for the Mayor of London
    Barbara A. Hanawalt
  1466. Staging Magnificence: Hunting and the Construction of Landscape Experience in Early Modern Italy
    Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto
  1467. Staging the Passion in the Ritual City: The Croci Stazionali and the Confraternities of Saint Croce in Late Renaissance Milan
    Pamela Stewart
  1468. Stained Were His Clothes: Ecocriticism and the Vegetable Body in the Croxton Play of the Sacrament
    Robert W. Barrett
  1469. Steganographies: Rabelais and Béroalde
    Tom Conley
  1470. Still Dancing and Playing: King David in Italian Renaissance Painting
    Stefan Bodemann
  1471. Stilled Suffering and Devotional Practice in the Roman Paintings of Gerrit van Honthorst
    Diva Zumaya
  1472. Stilling the Saintly Head in Seventeenth-Century Spanish Painting
    Krystel Chehab
  1473. Stillness as Devotional Function in Altarpieces by Giovanni Bellini
    Karolina Zgraja
  1474. Stolen Weapons: Pietro Aretino and Ludovico Ariosto
    Gianluca Genovese
  1475. Stone Crosses and Satisfaction in Early Modern France
    Stuart Carroll
  1476. Strange Bedfellows: Turks, Gauls, and Amerindians in Lescarbot’s Histoire de la Nouvelle France
    Micah R. True
  1477. Strange Constructions: The Influence of Cicero’s De natura deorum on Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar
    Barbara J. Bono
  1478. Strategies of Satire in Euricius Cordus's Epigrammatum Libri IX (1529)
    Astrid Sänger
  1479. Strategies of Time Regulation in the Jesuit Music Cultures of Early Modern Central Europe
    Tomasz Miłosław Jeż
  1480. Striving to Control the Crowds in Normandy (1587–89) on the Battlefield and in Print
    Marie-Céline Daniel
  1481. Stylo novo sepultus? Renaissance Funeral Monuments in Poland between Confessional Identity and Social Decorum
    Aleksandra Barbara Lipinska
  1482. Substance and Shadow: Richard II and the Real Presence of History
    Alice A. Dailey
  1483. Subtle Practice: The Rhetoric of Credit in Handbooks to Thrift
    Laura Elizabeth Kolb
  1484. Subtlety as Professional Skill: Petrarch, Ronsard, and Shakespeare
    William J. Kennedy
  1485. Suitable for Family Viewing: The Painted Frieze and Domestic Ethics in Early Modern Bologna
    Erin J. Campbell
  1486. Superiori alla sanità: Regulations, Relationships, and Rivalries
    Marie-Louise Leonard
  1487. Supplying Demand: Economic Considerations in the Production of Sculpture in Quattrocento Florence
    Lynn Catterson
  1488. Supreme Peace or Fatal Destabilisation? Constantine and the Fall of Rome in Early Modern French Catholic Universal Histories
    Anne Regent-Susini
  1489. Sureties at the London Bridewell: Reintegration and Communal Regulation of Female Offenders
    Cristine M. Varholy
  1490. Surveying the City
    David Friedman
  1491. Symbols of Secrecy (and More): Locks and Keys in the Early Modern Emblem Tradition
    Ingrid A. R. De Smet
  1492. Symmetry and Secrets
    Shira Brisman
  1493. Synesthetic Encounters in the York Play and its Postmedieval Manifestations
    Patricia Badir
  1494. Tacitism in Verses: The Case of Alessandro Adimari’s Polinnia (1628)
    Marco Leone
  1495. Tactus and Contagio: The Renaissance Catches Lucretius
    Pablo Maurette
  1496. Tales of the Alhambra: Renditions of Reconquest in Renaissance Spain
    Jessica Weiss
  1497. Talking about Catoptrics
    Marie Theres Stauffer
  1498. Talking about Titian
    Christopher James Nygren
  1499. Talking Texts in the Early Colonial Americas
    Caroline Egan
  1500. Tangere, Attingere, Contingere, Pertingere: Lancelot Andrewes, Scriptural Grammar, and the Antwerp Polyglot
    Joe Moshenska
  1501. Tanto più belli siam quanto più ruvidi: Taming the Satyr in Renaissance Pastoral
    Anna Wainwright
  1502. Tapestries and Databases of Ancient Textiles: A Contribution for the Reconstruction of Seicento Roman Environments
    Lucia Calzona
  1503. Tarli in Titian’s Red Sea
    David Rosand
  1504. Tasso's Enchanted Wood and the Troubled Landscape of the Poet
    Caroline G. Stark
  1505. Taxonomic Wars: Objects and Data Collections in Early Scientific Disciplines
    Anja-Silvia Goeing
  1506. Technical Evidence: Defining the Fontainebleau School Print
    Catherine Jenkins
  1507. Technology and Surplus Value in José Luis Capoche’s Relación de la Villa Imperial de Potosí
    Orlando Bentancor
  1508. Telling Pictures: Emblems and Visual Metaphors in Early Modern Spain
    Claudia Mesa
  1509. Telling Time: Representations of Ruins in Sixteenth-Century Art
    Maria Fabricius Hansen
  1510. Temperance and John Milton's Green Economics
    Charles C. Whitney
  1511. Ten Monuments, Five Altarpieces, and Perhaps a Fresco: Traces of Renaissance Venetian Political Economy in the Frari
    Linda L. Carroll
  1512. Ten Varieties of Homicide: Bologna, 1340–1450
    Trevor Dean
  1513. Ter Brugghen’s Spectacles
    Susan Kuretsky
  1514. Terence and the Pedagogy of Emotions
    Irina Alexandra Dumitrescu
  1515. Teresa de Jesús and Jeanne Guyon Read the Song of Songs
    Sharon Dahlgren Voros
  1516. Teresa of Avila: Action and Contemplation in the Official Persona of a Post-Tridentine Female Saint
    Pamela M. Jones
  1517. Testing Putnam’s Thesis in the Early Modern Kingdom of Naples
    Sonia Scognamiglio
  1518. The "Arch-Fellon": Milton's Satan and Early Modern Crime
    Alison A. Chapman
  1519. The "Holy Vernacular": Translating Religious Texts in Renaissance Italy
    Sabrina Corbellini
  1520. The "Interpretation of Nature" in the Late Renaissance
    Richard W. Serjeantson
  1521. The 1427 and 1433 Florentine catasti as Sources for Economic History
    Katalin Prajda
  1522. The Abandonment of Marble Spolia in Quattrocento Rome and the Turn to Marmo Vivo
    Angela Dressen
  1523. The Abbot Jean Dubois Olivier: A Gallican Martyr?
    Chiara Petrolini
  1524. The Academic Lectures on Petrarch’s Sonnets in Perugian Academies of the Late Sixteenth Century
    Lorenzo Sacchini
  1525. The Accademia Olimpica of Vicenza and Its Network, 1555–95
    Paule Desmouliere
  1526. The Accuracy of the Historical Past Revisited in the Renovated Museo del Greco
    Luis Alberto Pérez Velarde
  1527. The Actress in L'Histoire de la Chiaramonte? Isabella Andreini and Marie de Beaulieu
    Julie D. Campbell
  1528. The Aesthetics of Elizabethan Conformity
    Matthew Milner
  1529. The Affective Politics of Prophecy in Shakespeare’s Richard II
    Joseph D.E. Bowling
  1530. The Afterlife of Saint Augustine's On the Greatness of the Soul: Space and Theology in Alberti's De pictura
    Joost Joustra
  1531. The Afterlives of Anne Boleyn, Mary Stuart, and Don Carlos in Opera: From Touring Companies to International Opera Houses
    Natalie Mears
  1532. The Amateur, from Vasari to Diderot, via Rembrandt
    Paul Taylor
  1533. The Ambiguities of Heroic Anger
    Christine Sukic
  1534. The Animal Question in the French Renaissance: The Case Study of Des Périers’s Cymbalum Mundi (The Cymbal of the World)
    Olga Sylvia
  1535. The Antiquarian Debate on the Local Past in Benevento, Venosa, Grumentum, and Matera in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
    Lorenzo Miletti
  1536. The Apparent Absence: Toward A Sacramental Theory of Early Drama
    John Parker
  1537. The Arabic Manuscripts of Muley Zidan and the El Escorial Library
    Daniel Hershenzon
  1538. The Architectural Sensibilities of a Sixteenth-Century Venetian Merchant: Alessandro Magno’s Account of Domestic Architecture in Cairo and London
    Dennis Romano
  1539. The Architect’s Training in Nature
    Elizabeth Merrill
  1540. The Archive of the Index and the Small Choices that Ruled Men by Books
    Elena Bonora
  1541. The Argument from Design: Intentionality and Craft Practice in Renaissance Scientific Books
    Roger Gaskell
  1542. The Art and Politics of National Churches in Rome during the Pontificate of Gregory XIII
    Susanne Kubersky-Piredda
  1543. The Art of Encryption: Music-Image-Text in the Atalanta fugiens (1617)
    Donna Bilak
  1544. The Art of Lying: Fiction, Philosophy, and More’s Utopia
    Jenny C. Mann
  1545. The Artist’s Workshop Tradition in Venice: The Case of Dario Varotari as Painter-Architect-Mediator in Late Sixteenth-Century Murano
    Elizabeth Carroll Consavari
  1546. The Assize at Home: Legal Knowledge and Tragic Feeling in A Warning for Fair Women
    Penelope Geng
  1547. The Authority of the Early Modern Scientific Amateur
    Vera A. Keller
  1548. The Authority of the Translator: Ghinazzone of Siena and the Bilingual Author
    Andrea Rizzi
  1549. The Balcony and the Piazza: Palazzo Venezia
    John Beldon Scott
  1550. The Baroque Ceiling Emblems in Ludwigsburg Palace: Their Provenance and Application
    Katrin Froescher
  1551. The Beast Within, the Beast Without: Animality and Hybridity in Early Modern Armor Ornamentation
    Francesca Borgo
  1552. The Beauty Contest: Racial Aesthetics, Female Rivalry, and Elizabeth Cary’s The Tragedy of Mariam
    Ramona Wray
  1553. The Beginnings of Jesuit Patrology
    Hilmar M. Pabel
  1554. The Belligerent Jesuit: Catholic Campaigns against Heterodoxy in Early Modern China
    Qiong Zhang
  1555. The Benefit of Silver in Baroque Festivals of Lima and Potosí
    Lisa B. Voigt
  1556. The Bibliographical Context of Menestrier’s Art des emblèmes of 1684
    Stephen Rawles
  1557. The Biographical Context of Menestrier’s Art des Emblèmes of 1684
    Judi Loach
  1558. The Blood of the Dragon: Alchemy and the Science of Empire in Nicolás Monardes's American materia medica
    Ralph Bauer
  1559. The Body of the Emblem
    Mara R. Wade
  1560. The Body of the Prince and the Body Politic: The Engraved Duke Cosimo de’ Medici in His Fantastic Suit of Armor
    Claudia Lazzaro
  1561. The Body-Memory in the Performance: Developing the Renaissance Mnemonic Concept of Gestus corporis
    Juan Jose Morcillo Romero
  1562. The Boncompagni Corcos Family Chapel in the Church of Santa Maria in Vallicella and the Making of a New Family Identity
    Guendalina Serafinelli
  1563. The Bones of the Earth: Leonardo’s Orographic Imagination
    Peter Beal
  1564. The Book as Place
    Kathryn James
  1565. The Brotherhood of the Trépassés: Ruling the Artistic Life in Rouen During the Counter-Reformation
    Caroline Blondeau
  1566. The Burgundian Legacy: Rhetoricians and Debating Culture in the Dutch Republic, a Case Study (Haarlem, 1612–13)
    Arjan van Dixhoorn
  1567. The Cabinet of Curiosities and the Sixteenth-Century Origins of an Early Modern Social Network
    Brent Nelson
  1568. The Calendar War and Time Perception in Early Modern Germany
    Nicole Lyon
  1569. The Canonization of Saint Ignatius of Loyola and Saint Francis-Xavier in the Assistancy of France (1622–23)
    Rosa De Marco
  1570. The Canonization of the Two Jesuit Saints in 1622: Festivals in the Old and in the New World
    Bernadette Majorana
  1571. The Canons of the Roman Basilicas in the Crossfire of the Interests of the Roman Curia and the Urban Elite of Rome
    Andreas Rehberg
  1572. The Cardinal's Palace as a Social Space: Rereading Cortesi's Chapter on the Cardinal's Palace and the Second Book on Economics
    Nele De Raedt
  1573. The Case of Straparola’s Piacevoli Notti (1551, 1553)
    Ruth B. Bottigheimer
  1574. The Cathedral of San Pietro di Castello in Venice and the Patriarchal Liturgy in the Sixteenth Century
    Gianmario Guidarelli
  1575. The Cause of Rejection: Rethinking Gian Lorenzo Bernini's Bust of Louis XIV
    Johannes von Müller
  1576. The Challenge of Incised Plaster: The Art of Sgraffito in the Florentine Quattrocento
    Andreas Huth
  1577. The Chiaroscuro Woodcuts of Domenico Beccafumi
    Naoko Takahatake
  1578. The Christ Child Unmasked: Prints about Time, Knowledge, and God