1. "Se io fossi uomo!": Grammar, Gender, and Artistic License in the Decameron
    Laurie Shepard, Boston College
  2. Deconstructing St. Julian: Narrative Irony in Decameron 2.2
    Michaela P. Grudin, Lewis & Clark College
  3. Reevaluating the ragion di mercatura: Florentine Banking in the Tale of Alessandro and the English Princess (Decameron 2.3)
    Monica Powers Keane, University of California, Davis
  4. Disordering of Space and Thought in Decameron 7.8
    Peggy Escher, CUNY/John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  5. The Pagan Gods: The Allegory of Shipwreck in Boccaccio's Genealogia
    Sebastiana Nobili, University of Bologna
  6. Fool's Mate: Chess as Pleasure Paradigm in Decameron 7.7
    Akash Kumar, Columbia University
  7. Alatiel, i teologi e il tempo: Lettura di Decameron 2.7
    Maria Pia Ellero, Università della Basilicata
  8. Sinful Confession in Decameron 7.5
    Alessandro Vettori, Rutgers University
  9. La storia di Griselda in Europa (Decameron 10.10)
    Jean-Luc Nardone, Université de Toulouse II
  10. Boccaccio e la poesia come "vero conoscimento": La riscrittura del Piramo e Tisbe e "le ornate bugie" dell'allegoria
    Roberta Morosini, Wake Forest University
  11. Amazonian Boccaccio: The Invention of the Renaissance Chivalric Poem
    Eleonora Stoppino, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  12. How the Apple Falls Far from the Tree: Boccaccio and Christine de Pizan
    Andrea Tarnowski, Dartmouth College
  13. Cavalcanti the Allegorist: A Reading of Decameron 6.9
    Angelo Maria Mangini, University of Bologna
  14. Boccaccio and Italian Cinema in the 1970s
    Edoardo Ripari, Università degli Studi di Bologna
  15. Dante Alighieri, Nicholas of Cusa, and Twelfth-Century Platonism
    Nancy Hudson Shaffer, California University of Pennsylvania
  16. The Principles of Church Reform according to Nicholas of Cusa
    Walter Euler, Institut für Cusanus-Forschung
  17. Nikolaus von Kues und die Konflikte mit den Frauenklöstern in Südtirol
    Alexandra Geissler, Universität Trier
  18. Thierry of Chartres’s Tricausality and Nicholas of Cusa’s Trinitarian Speculation in De docta ignorantia
    Felix Resch, Catholic University of Paris
  19. The Meaning of Nicholas of Cusa’s Scripta mathematica
    Federica De Felice, Università degli Studi G. D'Annunzio, Chieti-Pescara
  20. "Our Substance is God’s Coin": Cusanus on Minting, Defiling, and Restoring the Imago Dei
    Donald F. Duclow, Gwynedd Mercy University
  21. The Twelfth-Century Roots of Landino's Platonic, Literary Microcosm
    Jason Baxter, University of Notre Dame
  22. Nikolaus von Kues als Reformbischof: Legitimitätspotentiale spätmittelalterlicher Kirchenreform
    Thomas Woelki, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  23. Nicholas of Cusa as Antiquarian: Cribratio alkorani (1461) and Christian Antiquarianism at the Papal Court
    Il Kim, Pratt Institute
  24. Remembrances of Sir Thomas More in Sixteenth-Century England
    Regis Augustus Bars Closel, UNICAMP | Shakespeare Institute (FAPESP)
  25. Thomas More, the Mystic?
    Marie-Claire Phélippeau, Amici Thomae Mori (Moreana)
  26. Form and Meaning in the Brazilian Translations of Utopia
    Ana Cláudia Romano Ribeiro, Universidade Federal de São Paulo
  27. Of Travellers, Messengers, and Foundlings: Thomas More’s Fictionalizing Use of Paratexts
    Gabriela Schmidt, Universität München
  28. Bacon’s New Atlantis: Inheritance and Rupture in the Utopian Genre
    Helvio Gomes Moraes, Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso
  29. The Matter and Materiality of Thomas More’s Workes
    Katie Forsyth, University of Cambridge
  30. Thomas More's Humor in His Religious Polemics
    Elliott M. Simon, University of Haifa
  31. "Believe me when I swear, for I cannot tell a single lie": Teofilo Folengo’s Calculated Publishing Strategies
    Jean Du Verger, ENSMM Besançon
  32. Ioannes Sylvagius (Chancellor Jean le Sauvage), Benefactor of Erasmus’s and More’s bonae litterae
    Maarten Vermeir, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  33. Spencer's Friends and Family Network: Incest, Kinship, and the Numbers of Sexuality
    Joseph A. Campana, Rice University
  34. Enslaved by Love: Love Lyrics and Domestic Slaves
    Juliann Vitullo, Arizona State University
  35. Profiteers and Laborers in Early Seventeenth-Century Theater: Representations of Income Inequality on the English Stage
    Daniel J. Vitkus, University of California, San Diego
  36. Was There a Seventeenth-Century Economy?
    David Hawkes, Lehigh University
  37. To Make the Good His Own: Possession, Sexuality, and Paternity
    Ian F. Moulton, Arizona State University
  38. Giovanni Bellini’s Donà dalle Rose Pietà: Response to Michelangelo?
    Brian D. Steele, Texas Tech University
  39. Screams and Echoes: Giving Voice to Space in Sixteenth-Century Italy
    Maria Maurer, University of Tulsa
  40. Vasari, the Sala Grande of Palazzo Vecchio, and Leonardo’s Decorative Project
    Emanuela Ferretti, University of Florence
  41. The Nature of Architecture: From Locus Amoenus to Locus Terribilis
    Michael Gnehm, ETH Zurich
  42. Tropic Architecture
    John Shannon Hendrix, Roger Williams University
  43. Music-Making Angels in Italian Renaissance Madonna Paintings and the Devotional Ritual
    Katherine S. Powers, California State University, Fullerton
  44. Michelangelo's Last Judgment and the Roman Liturgy
    Lynette M. F. Bosch, SUNY, Geneseo
  45. Bronzino's Christ's Descent into Limbo: Beauty or Horor
    Elena Aloia, Umbrian Cultural Attaché
  46. Architecture and Reformation in Renaissance Poland-Lithuania: A Heretical View
    Andrzej Piotrowski, University of Minnesota
  47. Oracular Architecture: Language, Inscription, and Sculptural Relief in Late Renaissance Rome
    Nicholas Temple, University of Huddersfield
  48. Chronicle of a Death Foretold: Speaking Buildings and Religious Reform in England and Italy
    Caspar Pearson, Essex University
  49. The Ape as Musician in the Illuminated Manuscripts in the Time of the Humanism
    Martine Clouzot, University of Burgundy
  50. From “luoghi” to “loci” in Vasari’s Vite
    Massimiliano Rossi, Università degli Studi di Lecce
  51. Measuring Dante’s Journey through the Abyss: Antonio Manetti and Sandro Botticelli’s Chart of Hell
    Barbara J. Watts, Florida International University
  52. Reconsidering the Vasari Zibaldone: Some Observations and Methodological Questions
    Eliana Carrara, Università degli Studi del Molise
  53. Selling Printed Books in Fifteenth-Century Venice: The Day-Book of Francesco de Madiis
    Cristina Dondi, University of Oxford
  54. Early Printed Waste as Evidence of Book Distribution
    Paul Needham, Princeton University
  55. Lost in Description: Surviving Examples of Late Medieval and Early Modern Primers
    Bettina Wagner, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek
  56. Basel as a “World City” for Humanist Printing in Sixteenth-Century Europe
    Valentina Sebastiani, Universität Basel
  57. Selling Books in Venice: The Bookshop of Bernardo Giunti (1600–15)
    Angela Maria Nuovo, University of Udine
  58. From Bamberg to Cambridge: The Story of One Copy of Plantin’s Polyglot Bible
    Hope Mayo, Harvard University
  59. The Beginnings of Printed Binding Waste
    Eric Marshall White, Southern Methodist University
  60. "La belle marge du livre": Luxury and Presentation Copies of the Antwerp Polyglot
    Julianne Simpson, University of Manchester, John Rylands Library
  61. The Printing of Plantin’s Polyglot Bible
    Dirk Imhof, Plantin-Moretus Museum
  62. Apostrophe, Deixis, Gesture in Praise and Mourning
    Ullrich Langer, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  63. Deictics and Extratextual Reference in Poetic Commentary: Sixteenth-Century Ronsard Commentaries and Vellutello
    James Helgeson, University of Nottingham
  64. Deictics and Their Cousins in Lyric Poetry
    Heather Dubrow, Fordham University
  65. Reading (Musical Experience) between the Lines (of Verse about Music)
    Michaela Kaufmann, Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Asthetik
  66. The "Renaissance" of the Phrygian Mode and the Rise of Negative Affect in Sacred Music, ca. 1460–1520
    Wolfgang Fuhrmann, Universität Wien
  67. Emotion and the Songs of Dufay
    Graeme M. Boone, The Ohio State University
  68. Early Jesuit Missions to Arabic Speakers
    Claire Gilbert, Saint Louis University
  69. Conversion and Religious Identity in Dutch Overseas Communities
    Charles H. Parker, St. Louis University
  70. Catechetical Encounters: Religious Instruction and Conversion in Southeast-Central Europe under the Ottoman Rule (1500–1700))
    Tijana Krstic, Central European University
  71. The Civilities of Public Critique in Mid-Seventeenth-Century English Newspapers
    Diana G. Barnes, University of Queensland
  72. Building Pretty Rooms: Writing, Space, and Early Modern Women
    Katherine Acheson, University of Waterloo
  73. Materializing Francis Meres
    Jason E. Scott-Warren, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
  74. Footprints of the Renaissance
    Andrew Gordon, University of Aberdeen, King's College
  75. Doing Things with Errors
    Adam Smyth, Oxford University, Balliol College
  76. Pawnbrokers, Jewellers, and Blood Diamonds: How Elizabeth Stuart and Henrietta Maria Financed Exile and Wars
    Nadine Akkerman, Universiteit Leiden
  77. Methods of Visual Narration in the Subject of Land of Cockaigne
    Sara Benninga, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  78. How to Tell a Battle? The Renaissance Tapestry Cycle of the Battle of Pavia
    Cecilia Paredes, University of Brussels
  79. The Story of Samson: Bible, Picture, Theater
    John H. Astington, University of Toronto
  80. Linking Narrative Moments in the Bible: Complexities of Time and Place in Early Modern Dutch Art
    Shelley Perlove, University of Michigan
  81. The Narrative Religious Picture in the Monumental Stained Glass Windows in the Old Southern Netherlands and in the Principality of Liège in the Sixteenth Century
    Isabelle Jeanne Lecocq, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage
  82. Dirk Vellert’s Drummer and Boy with a Hoop
    Ellen Konowitz, SUNY, New Paltz
  83. Sensation in the Garden: Desire, Touch, and Psychological Intimacy as Narrative Devices in Netherlandish Paintings of Adam and Eve
    Tianna Uchacz, University of Toronto
  84. Framing the Picture: Bruegel’s Use of Presentational Modes and Pictorial Narratives in Context
    Katrien Lichtert, Ghent University
  85. Correggio’s Loves of Jupiter and the Problem of Representation
    Giancarla Periti, University of Toronto
  86. New Tales of Antiquity: The Alabaster Relief in the Low Countries
    Ethan Matt Kavaler, University of Toronto
  87. Narrating Temptation: Landscape and Judgment in Pieter Bruegel and Hieronymus Cock’s Temptation of Christ
    Jessica Buskirk, Technical University Dresden
  88. Mantegna’s Descent into Limbo: Narration as a Stylistic Quality
    Thomas Worthen, Drake University
  89. Rothenburg's Public Exhibition (monstratio) of Judas's Communion
    Gregory Charles Bryda, Yale University
  90. The Hosden Triptych: Monumentality for Persuasion
    Peter Theo Maria Carpreau, M Leuven
  91. A "Balancing Act": The Crucifixion of St. Peter in Bramante’s Tempietto
    Livio Pestilli, Trinity College, Rome campus
  92. Reframing the Biblia pauperum: Images and Vernacular Learning in Fifteenth-Century Germany
    Hanna Wimmer, University of Hamburg
  93. Seeing and Reading Ariosto’s Cinque Canti
    Andrea Torre, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  94. Learning the Trade: Illustrated Abbaco Manuscripts in Fifteenth-Century Florence
    Federico Botana, University of London, Queen Mary
  95. Vernacularizing Philosophy, Addressing European Courts: Aristotle’s Ethics and the Development of the Courtesy-Book Genre
    Fiammetta Papi, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  96. French Aristotelianism and Its Readership between 1550 and 1620
    Violaine Giacomotto-Charra, Université Michel de Montaigne-Bordeaux 3
  97. Responses to Violence at the Universities of Pisa and Siena
    Jonathan Davies, University of Warwick
  98. Nobility, Tensions, and Murders in the Venetian Terra Ferma in the 1580s
    Lucien Faggion, Université d'Aix-Marseille
  99. Concealing the Truth without Lying: Secret Intentions and Ambiguity in Early Modern England
    Máté Vince, University of Warwick
  100. The "Seal of Secrecy" in Early Modern France: From Object to Metaphor
    Ingrid A. R. De Smet, University of Warwick
  101. Narrative, Violence, and State Formation in Sixteenth-Century Modena
    Amanda G. Madden, Georgia Institute of Technology
  102. "Some shadowe of satisfaction": Bacon’s Poetics Reconsidered
    Vladimir Brljak, University of Warwick
  103. Aristotle at the Court of the Spanish Hapsburgs
    Daniele Cozzoli, Pompeu Fabra University
  104. "Magnanimity" in the Reception of Aristotle’s Ethics in Fifteenth-Century Spain
    María Diez Yañez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  105. Sperone Speroni’s Intellectual Contexts
    Alessio Cotugno, University of Warwick
  106. Public and Private Philosophy Lectures in Sixteenth-Century Bologna
    David A. Lines, Warwick University
  107. Lodovico Dolce’s Somma della Filosofia d’Aristotele and Its Public
    Grace Allen, The Warburg Institute
  108. Aristotle for Engineers, Architects, and Bombardiers: The Vernacularization of the Pseudo-Aristotelian Mechanical Problems
    Marco Sgarbi, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
  109. A Treatise for the “vulgo di questa professione pittorica”: Matteo Zaccolini’s De colori and the Pseudo-Aristotelian De Coloribus
    Francesca Guidolin, Università di Venezia Ca' Foscari
  110. Giovanni Pontano in the History of Ethics
    Matthias Roick, Universität Göttingen
  111. Pontano's Urania and the Making of a Masterpiece
    Matteo Soranzo, McGill University
  112. Il primo nucleo della biblioteca di casa Sanudo in un documento inedito
    Angela Caracciolo, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia
  113. Labor limae: Elegies and Epigrams in Autograph Manuscripts
    Anita Distefano, Università di Messina
  114. The Library of the Venetian Family of Dolfin between Conservation and Dispersion
    Chiara Frison, Università Ca'Foscari Venezia
  115. Books of Turkish and Arab Origin in Early Sixteenth-Century Venice
    Zuane Fabbris, Centro Cicogna
  116. Marx's Sancho: Early Modern Social Class in Part 2 of Don Quijote
    William Childers, CUNY, Brooklyn College
  117. Printing Part 2 of Don Quixote: The Book Trade and Print Production in Madrid, ca. 1615
    Carmen Peraita, Villanova University
  118. Business Meeting of the Cervantes Society of America
    Adrienne Laskier Martin, University of California, Davis
  119. The Quixote of 1615 as a "Spectacular" Novel: Imagination, Metatheater, and the Reader
    Ellen D. Lokos, College of the Holy Cross
  120. El auge del teatro para leer: El caso de Alonso Jerónimo de Salas Barbadillo
    Manuel Piqueras Flores, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  121. Cervantes and the Jongleuresque
    Bruce R. Burningham, Illinois State University
  122. Of Piracy and Justice: Cervantes's Mediterranean Ethics
    Luis F. Avilés, University of California, Irvine
  123. The Early Modern Invention of Africa: Mappings and Literary Cartographies
    Steven Hutchinson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  124. Deviations from Reason: Cervantes's Philosophy of Emotion as Mediterranean Ethics
    Paul Michael Johnson, DePauw University
  125. Cervantes visto por Cervantes: Lectura crítica de la documentación cervantina
    José Manuel Lucía Megías, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  126. The Power of Marian Iconography in Cervantes's Mediterranean
    Catherine Infante, Amherst College
  127. Giovanni Bellini’s Landscapes and the Art of Perspective
    Denise Allen, The Frick Collection
  128. Revisiting the Relationship of Piero della Francesca to the "Ideal City" Paintings
    Filippo Camerota, Museo Galileo
  129. Brunelleschi’s Lost Painting of the Florentine Baptistery as a Prototype of the “Ideal City” Paintings
    Joaneath A. Spicer, The Walters Art Museum
  130. Investigating the Properties of Drugs: The Observable and the Unobservable, Truth, and Imagination
    Saskia Klerk, Utrecht University
  131. The Alchemy of Space, or How China Became China (and Europe Transmuted the World)
    Benjamin Schmidt, University of Washington
  132. Pens as Swords in the Republic of Letters
    Daniel Margocsy, CUNY, Hunter College
  133. Chymistry, Art, and Commerce in Early Modern Antwerp
    Sven Dupré, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
  134. The Ambivalence of Absolution
    John Parker, University of Virginia
  135. Shakespeare's "Poetics"
    Helen Cooper, University of Cambridge
  136. Shakespeare’s Eschaton
    Margreta de Grazia, University of Pennsylvania
  137. Awaiting Use: Conceptions of the Creaturely in Mysticism and Painting
    Cristopher van Ginhoven Rey, Trinity College
  138. Waiting for Godoy: Domesticating the Servant in Hermosilla’s Dialogo de los pages
    Noelia Sol Cirnigliaro, Dartmouth College
  139. Lashes on Sancho’s Bottom: A Comic Technique of Temporal Deferment
    John Beusterien, Texas Tech University
  140. Redefining Spiritual Time in Loyola's Four-Week Retreat System
    Frederic Conrod, Florida Atlantic University
  141. RECIRC: The Reception and Circulation of Early Modern Women’s Writing, 1550–1700
    Marie-Louise Coolahan, National University of Ireland, Galway
  142. Books, Roads, and Readers: Routes of Vernacular Knowledge in the English Renaissance
    Susan J. Wiseman, Birkbeck, University of London
  143. Princess Elizabeth, Katherine Parr, and the Prayers or Meditations
    Patricia J. Pender, University of Newcastle
  144. Mary Stuart’s Marginalia in Anne of Lorraine’s Prayer Book
    Rosalind L. Smith, University of Newcastle
  145. Modernist Philips
    Kate Lilley, University of Sydney
  146. Manufacturing Miscellanies: Printers, Poets, and Networks of Production
    Michelle O'Callaghan, University of Reading
  147. Peripatetic Poems: Mapping the Presbyterian Lyric in Elizabeth Melville’s Fife
    Sarah C. E. Ross, Victoria University of Wellington
  148. Under the Microscope: How Alexander Dyce Assembled Specimens of British Poetesses
    Paul Salzman, La Trobe University
  149. Queen Katherine Parr and Royal Image Making
    Micheline White, Carleton University
  150. "Dolorifica voluptas": Pain and Pleasure in Early Modern Medicine
    Roberto Poma, Université Paris XII, Créteil
  151. Military Objects and the Female Heroic Body on the Stuart Stage
    Claire Gheeraert-Graffeuille, Université de Rouen
  152. Gold and Jet: Inscription and Circulation of Tokens in Donne’s Poems
    Yulia Ryzhik, Princeton University
  153. "This strange Letter"? Reading Beaumont’s Epistle “To the Countess of Rutland”
    Dianne M. Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania
  154. "To Pay My Underminers in Their Coin": Money as Scriptile Object in Milton’s Late Works
    Jon Dietrick, Babson College
  155. "Fire-new words": Coined Words and Metaphors on the Early Modern Stage
    Harry Newman, University of Kent
  156. Objects of Love and the Performance of Gender in Love’s Labour’s Lost
    Aurélie Griffin, Université Jean Monnet, Saint-Etienne
  157. "Am I black enough, think you, dressed up in a lasting suit of ink?": The Many Facets of Middleton’s Ink
    Chantal Schütz, Ecole Polytechnique
  158. "Her lute flonge in a corner": Instruments as Domestic Objects of Femininity on the Early Modern Stage
    Simon C Smith, University of Oxford
  159. Philip Sidney’s Bridles and Spurs: A Portrait of the Hero as a Horseman
    Anne-Valérie Dulac, Université Paris 13-Sorbonne Paris Cité
  160. "The deare objet of my loue": Lucy Hutchinson's Elegies and the Heroic Male Body
    Elise Lonich Ryan, Columbus College of Art and Design
  161. "All pain and torment stimulates the life . . . existing in everything which suffers”: The Function of Pain in Anne Conway’s Philosophy
    Sandrine Parageau, Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
  162. "The Cowardly Men Should Not Participate in This Procedure": Pain, Masculinity, and Sixteenth-Century Plastic Surgery
    Paolo Savoia, Harvard University
  163. "Bring me the casket hither and the glass": Semiotics of Femininity in The Duchess of Malfi
    Carol A. Blessing, Point Loma Nazarene University
  164. Print Culture and Impressiveness Metaphors in John Milton’s Prose and Religious Poems
    Laïla Ghermani, Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre La Défense
  165. "Pliant and well-coloured threads": The Heroic Body as an Object in Chapman’s Byron Plays
    Christine Sukic, Université de Reims
  166. "Wash away this blood": Fashioning Femininity in Domestic Tragedy
    Emma Whipday, University College London
  167. The Ratio and the Annotations of Erasmus as Theory and Practice of Biblical Interpretation
    Riemer A. Faber, University of Waterloo
  168. Biblical Poetics before, in, and after the Ratio verae theologiae
    Christopher Ocker, San Francisco Theological Seminary
  169. The Church Fathers in the Ratio
    Mark Vessey, University of British Columbia
  170. Ottoman Roads and Mobile Ragusans: Linkages between Ottoman Istanbul and the Republic of Ragusa
    Jesse C. Howell, Harvard University
  171. Wandering in Rome: The Psychogeography of the Solitary Walker
    Niall Atkinson, University of Chicago; Susanna Caviglia, University of Chicago
  172. Mapping an Early Modern Port City: Networks and Urban Topography in Famagusta, 1324–1571
    Panos Leventis, Drury University
  173. Cleaning Up Renaissance Ports: Technology and the Environment in Venice and Genoa
    Jane Stevens Crawshaw, Oxford Brookes University
  174. Technical Knowledge and Ingenious Devices from the Quattrocento Architectural Books
    Adriana de Miranda, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna
  175. Drawing and Technology in Renaissance Siena
    Ann C. Huppert, University of Washington
  176. Territoriality and Royal Childhood in Sixteenth-Century France
    Elisabeth Narkin, Duke University
  177. "Not one now to mocke your owne grinning": The Dead Body of Carnivalesque
    Márton Bársony, University of Eötvös Loránd, Budapest
  178. Festivals at the Este Court in Modena: Mise-en-Scene, Performance, and Printed Texts
    Filippo Tansini, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"
  179. Giovanni Battista Doni and His Vision of Performing Poetry
    Elena Abramov-van Rijk, Independent Scholar
  180. La fête et l’amphithéâtre
    Mariangela Miotti, Università degli Studi di Perugia
  181. The Tumulus: Literary Genre and Material Culture
    Paule Desmouliere, Université Paris-Sorbonne
  182. Les emblèmes pour le baptême de Charles Emmanuel de Savoie dans les Pastorales de Jean Grangier
    Daniele Speziari, Università di Verona
  183. "Insolite & inaudite feste": Le incoronazioni di Enrico di Valois nella cronaca dell'epoca (1574–75)
    Anderson Magalhaes, Università degli Studi di Verona
  184. Le diable, la fête et le texte: Notes sur la traduction italienne de la Démonomanie de Bodin
    Riccardo Benedettini, Università di Perugia
  185. Les argumentations de Michel de Montaigne sur la "fête"
    Nicola Panichi, Università degli Studi di Urbino, Carlo Bo
  186. Le genre festif du cartel: La poésie au cœur des tournois de cour
    Adeline Lionetto-Hesters, Université Paris IV Paris-Sorbonne
  187. Processional Glamor in Post-Tridentine Umbria
    Pascale Rihouet, Rhode Island School of Design
  188. La festa sull'acqua a Venezia
    Daria Perocco, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia
  189. A “corago” at the Medici Court: Staging Techniques of Michelangelo Buonarroti the Younger
    Anna Maria Testaverde, Università degli Studi di Bergamo
  190. Lepanto on Stage: The Venetian Celebrations for the 1571 Victory over the Turks
    Giacomo Comiati, University of Warwick
  191. Dance, Body Display, and Reception of Performance in Court Festivities: Charles V Travelling Court from the Reports of Mantuan Witnesses
    Marina Nordera, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis
  192. Hospitality in Shakespeare
    Sophie Emma Battell, Cardiff University, Wales
  193. Pomp and Circumstance: Classifying Court Festival and Sociability in Early Stuart England
    Jennifer S. Ng, University of Nevada, Reno
  194. The Hunt of the White Deer in Poliziano’s Stanze: A Myth of Political Renovatio in Medicean Florence
    Carlo Baja Guarienti, Università degli Studi di Ferrara
  195. "Les théâtres, les jeux, les farces, les spectacles" dans le Discours de la servitude volontaire de Étienne de La Boétie
    Sgattoni Marco, Università degli Studi di Urbino "Carlo Bo"
  196. Célébrations et fête à Valence à la Renaissance
    Helena Rausell, Universidad de Valencia
  197. Books and Paintings: Meditation and Devotion through Text and Image in Antwerp, ca. 1480–1500
    Anna Dlabačová, Universiteit Leiden
  198. Pictura and Allegory of Arts in The Hall of Paintings by van Ehrenberg
    Nathalie de Brézé, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
  199. The "Heroick Women" of the English Civil War: Anglican and Catholic Responses to Anti-Stuart Pamphlets
    Nathalie Hancisse, Université Catholique de Louvain
  200. Mirroring and Self-Representation in Rubens’s Hermitage Ecce Homo
    Barbara Haeger, Ohio State University
  201. Dirck Crabeth’s Cleansing of the Temple between Catholicism and Protestantism
    Xander van Eck, Izmir University of Economics
  202. Follow Me! Jan van Hemessen and the Power of Images
    Bertram F. Kaschek, Technical University Dresden
  203. Hendrick Goltzius’s Protean Allegory of the (Alchemical) Arts (1611) in the Kunstmuseum Basel
    Christine Göttler, Universität Bern
  204. Darkness in a Positive Light: Negative Theology in Caravaggio's Conversion of Saint Paul
    Tiffany A. Racco, University of Delaware
  205. Apellea et ipse manu: Hieronymus Cock and His Allegories of Art
    Walter Melion, Emory University
  206. Pliny Emblematized: Anecdotes on Ancient Artists as Self-Reflexive Moral Commentary
    Ralph Dekoninck, Université Catholique de Louvain
  207. Spiritual Priesthood and Anglican Ecclesiology in Aemilia Lanyer’s Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum
    Anne Marie D'Arcy, University of Leicester
  208. Female Patronage of Church Architecture in Early Modern England
    Anne-Françoise Morel, Université Catholique Louvain la Neuve
  209. Visual Exegesis and Marian Mediation in Rogier van der Weyden’s Miraflores Triptych of the Virgin and the Philadelphia Crucifixion Panels
    Elliott Wise, Emory University
  210. Forging the Future of Art History: Vasari’s Allegories of Artistic Production
    Alexander Linke, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
  211. Representation and Reality in Flux: Parmigianino’s Self-Portrait
    Matthew Ancell, Brigham Young University
  212. Image Theory from Figurative Thinking in Emblematic Literature: Vauzelles, Corrozet, and Paradin
    Agnès Guiderdoni, Université Catholique de Louvain
  213. Portraits of Mary as a Young Child
    Rosilie Hernández, University of Illinois at Chicago
  214. From Auristela’s Portraits to Marian Iconography
    Mercedes Alcalá Galán, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  215. Flying Nuns and the Counter-Reformation Habitus
    Anne J. Cruz, University of Miami
  216. Puzzling Hagiography: The Case of Ambrogio Taegio
    Silvia Nocentini, Società Internazionale per lo Studio del Medioevo Latino (SISMEL)
  217. Two Fifteenth-Century Illuminated Books of Hours in the Jesuit Archives in Montreal
    Brenda Dunn-Lardeau, Université du Québec à Montréal
  218. The Bones of the Fathers: "Mestizo" Religiosity and Religious Practices in Late Sixteenth-Century Cuzco
    Adrian Masters, University of Texas, Austin
  219. The Devotion of the Mandylion in Spain
    Felipe Serrano Estrella, Universidad de Jaén
  220. Magdalena/Mawdlen: The Mystic, the Saint, and the Golden Litany
    Kate Greenspan, Skidmore College
  221. Written in Stone: The Life of Beata Inés de Moncada (d. 1428)
    Boncho Dragiyski, Duquesne University
  222. William Caxton's Translation of St. George
    Judy Ann Ford, Texas A&M University-Commerce
  223. The Realhousewives of John Foxe's Book of Martyrs
    Allison Alberts, Fordham University
  224. Capgrave and Katherine: A Religious Response
    Nikolas O. Hoel, Northeastern Illinois University
  225. Herculei labores in divo Aurelio Augustino iconibus prasignati: The Saint as Hercules in the Iconum Augustini
    Alessandro Cosma, Sapienza Università di Roma
  226. The Hagiographic Compilation between Manuscript and Print: From Iacopo da Varazze (ca. 1230–1298) to Luigi Lippomano (1496–1559)
    Alison Knowles Frazier, University of Texas at Austin
  227. Caravaggio's St. Catherine of Alexandria (c. 1598): Reconfiguring the Devotional Image of the Virgin Martyr in Early Modern Rome
    Magdalena Elizabeth Carrasco, New College of Florida
  228. Mighty Rulers, Tyrants, and Wise Men: Images of the "Other" in the Virtual Print Cabinet of the Herzog August Bibliothek and Anton Ulrich Museum
    Charlotte Colding Smith, University of Melbourne
  229. Defining Infanticide through Torture
    Margaret Lewis, University of Tennessee Martin
  230. Cabeza de Vaca’s Non-Iberian Offspring: Images of the "Other" in the Other European Accounts
    Dwight E.R. TenHuisen, Calvin College
  231. The Rise and Fall of the Bleeding Corpse
    Joel F. Harrington, Vanderbilt University
  232. Emblematica Online: Linked Open Emblem Data
    Thomas Stäcker, Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel
  233. Cultural Transfer and the Novelle in the Age of Incunabula: Anton von Pforr's Buch der Beyspile
    Bethany Wiggin, University of Pennsylvania
  234. Complete Critical Edition of the Works and Letters of Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt (1486–1541): Challenges of a Hybrid Edition
    Harald Bollbuck, University Göttingen; Jennifer Bunselmeier, Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel
  235. Torture, Performance, and Judgment in Early Modern German Criminal Courts
    William David Myers, Fordham University
  236. Building Innovative Functionality for Emblematica Online
    Mara R. Wade, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Timothy W Cole, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Myung-Ja Han, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  237. Digital Edition of Music-Theoretical Writings: The Case of the Syntagma Musicum vol. 3 (1619) by Michael Praetorius
    Christophe Guillotel-Nothmann, CNRS-BNF-Paris-Sorbonne
  238. The Distribution of Prints from Antwerp via the Frankfurt Fair
    Karen Bowen, Independent Scholar
  239. Proteus for Sale: Karel van Mander’s Remarks on the Sixteenth-Century Frankfurt Print Fair
    Ricardo de Mambro-Santos, Willamette University
  240. Keeping in Touch with Frankfurt: The Art Dealer Family of Caymox and Their German Network
    Berit Wagner, Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Universität Frankfurt
  241. Don't Judge a Book by Its Cover: Feyerabend’s Neue Künstlichen Figuren between Religious Faith, Artist's Books, and Premodern Business Plans
    Birgit Ulrike Münch, University of Trier
  242. Moretus's Punch Boxes: Woodcuts by Jost Amman in Antwerp
    Gero Seelig, Staaliches Museum, Schwerin
  243. Frankfurt Printers and the Market for Color Prints in the Sixteenth Century
    L. Elizabeth Upper, John Rylands Research Institute, University of Manchester
  244. Female Publishers and Printers in Early Modern Frankfurt: First Observations on the Basis of the Graphic Arts Collection of the Historical Museum of Frankfurt
    Dorothee Linnemann, Independent Scholar
  245. Sadeler, Liss, and Sandrart: Ideas in Transit, ca. 1615–22
    Dorothy Limouze, St. Lawrence University
  246. Cosmopolitan Constructions in Wendel Dietterlin’s Architectura (1593–98)
    Elizabeth Petcu, Princeton University
  247. The Early Importance of the Frankfurt Fair: Sebald Beham Moves to Frankfurt
    Alison G. Stewart, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  248. Heroes for the Market: The Frankfurt "Heldenbuch" of 1560
    Thomas Schauerte, Albrecht-Dürer-Haus und Kunstsammlungen der Stadt Nürnberg
  249. Rubens and the Bavarians
    Susan Maxwell, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
  250. Quick Thinking in Maître J. G., Corrozet, and Scève
    Timothy Chesters, University of Cambridge, Clare College
  251. Early Modern Engraved Translations of Knowledge
    Susanna Berger, Princeton University
  252. Translating Scientific Debate in the Philosophical Transactions
    Niall Hodson, Durham University
  253. English Theater, Iconoclasm, and the Dawn of the Civil War
    Barbara Ravelhofer, University of Durham
  254. Representations of Divinity on the Spectacular Stage in Seventeenth-Century France
    Jan Clarke, University of Durham
  255. Copernican Rhetoric and Copernicus as Rhetoric in the Ottoman Empire
    B. Harun Cucuk, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
  256. Embodied Cognition in Rabelais
    Kathryn Banks, University of Durham
  257. Clement VIII's Attitude toward Peace between Protestant and Catholic Powers, 1598–1604
    Christian Schneider, Durham University
  258. The Rhythm of Embodiment: Chiastic Movement in Scève’s Dizain 367
    Terence Cave, St. John's College, University of Oxford
  259. Trust beyond Confessional Boundaries: The Anglo-Spanish Peace, 1604–05
    Toby Osborne, Durham University
  260. Image Making and Breaking: The Reader and Milton’s Eve
    Mandy Green, Durham University
  261. English Modes of Dwelling in North America
    Adrian Green, Durham University
  262. Seeing through Other Eyes: Shakespeare and Social Cognition
    Raphael Lyne, University of Cambridge, New Hall
  263. "A heap of broken images": Antiquarianism and Iconomachia in Renaissance Fiction Making
    Robert Carver, University of Durham
  264. The French in Brazil: Patterns of Collective Belonging in Late Sixteenth-Century Europe
    Niall Oddy, Durham University
  265. The Uses of Amerindian Savagery in Jacobean Political Discourse
    Lauren Working, Durham University
  266. Quakers, Oaths, and Trustworthiness in Seventeenth-Century England, 1650–96
    Lindsay Houpt-Varner, Durham University
  267. Two Stories from Nature’s Pictures as Royalist Mirth Colliding with Cavendish Family Tradition
    James B. Fitzmaurice, University of Sheffield
  268. Love's Longed-for Welcome: Staging Royal Approbation in Performative Texts by Margaret Cavendish and Ben Jonson
    Gweno Williams, York St. John University
  269. "For Want of Well Reading": Reading and Misreading in Margaret Cavendish’s Sociable Letters
    Delilah Anne Bermudez Brataas, Sør-Trøndelag University College
  270. Playing with Margaret Cavendish and Mary Wroth: Staging Early Modern Women’s Romances for Modern Audiences
    Naomi J. Miller, Smith College
  271. The Politics of The Animall Parliament (1653)
    Lisa Walters, University of Ghent
  272. "Many excellent types of perfection": Philip Sidney in Scotland
    Helen Vincent, National Library of Scotland
  273. Greville’s Iconoclastic Desire: Eros and Devotion in Caelica
    Rhema Hokama, Harvard University
  274. The Sidney Circle and the British Vision
    Arthur H. Williamson, California State University, Sacramento
  275. "Aire that once was breath": Breathing Places and Grieving Spaces in Sidney and Greville
    Rachel White, Lancaster University
  276. "Rigid with intellect": Fulke Greville, Drama, and Didacticism
    Sarah M. Knight, University of Leicester
  277. Scotland,1589: Essex, Constable, and the Legacy of Philip Sidney
    Robert E. Stillman, University of Tennessee
  278. Affect, Allegory, and the Elizabethan Schoolroom
    Andrew Wallace, Carleton University
  279. Pity and the Tortured Reader in Book 4 of Spenser’s Faerie Queene
    Danielle A. St. Hilaire, Duquesne University
  280. Despayre, Briton Moniments, and the Problem of Memory
    John E. Curran, Jr., Marquette University
  281. Spenser’s Dark Ecology, or Trauma in the Age of Wood
    Steven Swarbrick, Brown University
  282. Bad Influence: Satire and Allegory in Spenser’s “Mother Hubberd’s Tale”
    Tristan Samuk, University of Toronto
  283. The Despair of War
    Thomas Herron, East Carolina University
  284. Via Medina: Spenser and the Temperance of Right Religion
    Kimberly Anne Coles, University of Maryland, College Park
  285. Careful Work: Labor and Affect in Book 4 of The Faerie Queene
    William Mcleod Rhodes, University of Virginia
  286. Criticism of Medicean Patronage in Benvenuto Cellini’s Poems
    Diletta Gamberini, //Middlebury College / Florence School
  287. In the Name of Benedetto Varchi: Agnolo Bronzino, Artist and Poet
    Antonio Geremicca, Université de Liège
  288. Vasari’s Poems and the Dedication of the Lives to Vittoria Colonna
    Enrico Mattioda, Università degli Studi di Torino
  289. The Reception and Influence of German Single-Sheet Woodcuts in Ferrara
    Kathleen Giles Arthur, James Madison University
  290. Resurrecting the Colossus in Renaissance Print
    Sean Roberts, Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies
  291. "Beware, you envious thieves of the work and invention of others, keep your thoughtless hands from these works of ours"
    Bryony Imogen Bartlett-Rawlings, Courtauld Institute of Art
  292. Colonna and Michelangelo on the Quirinal
    Marjorie Och, University of Mary Washington
  293. The Displaced Identities of the Curia Senatus and the Secretarium Senatus in Rome
    Gregor Kalas, University of Tennessee
  294. Beyond the spirituali: Vittoria Colonna, Michelangelo, and Meditation
    Emily Fenichel, Florida Atlantic University
  295. The Afterlife of Pontormo’s Lost Frescoes in San Lorenzo at Florence and the Historiography of a “Mannerist” Artist
    Elizabeth Pilliod, Rutgers University, Camden
  296. Reframing the Virgin in Counter-Reformation Umbria
    Dorigen Caldwell, Birbeck, University of London
  297. From Colonne to Anticaglie: The Invention of Architectural Antiquities
    Dale Kinney, Bryn Mawr College
  298. The Origins of Collecting Drawings in Early Modern Northern Italy: Diverse Documented Collections of Lost Drawings
    Evelyn F. Karet, Independent Scholar
  299. The Influence of Vittoria Colonna on Michelangelo’s Frescoes for the Capella Paolina
    Anne Dillon, Lucy Cavendish College
  300. A John, and a Martin, and a Mary: Donne’s Lutheran Refashioning of Female Sanctity
    Anne-Marie Miller-Blaise, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3
  301. Donne and the Grotesque: A Cognitive Approach to “The Flea,” “The Bait,” and “A Valediction: Of Weeping”
    Chanita R. Goodblatt, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  302. "Cross your joy in crosses": John Donne and Luther’s Theology of the Cross
    Kirsten Anne Stirling, University of Lausanne
  303. Logic and Illogic: The Construction of Argument in “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning”
    Ilana Bergsagel, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  304. A Representational Compromise: Cartography, Astronomy, and Donne’s Spatial Approach to Poetry
    Kader Hegedüs, Université de Lausanne
  305. "My embleme of thy Arke": John Donne’s Corporeal Experience of Holiness
    Maria Salenius, University of Helsinki
  306. From “perplexed doubt” to the “true Religious Alchimy”: Alchemical Poetry, Purification, and Cognitive Ascent in John Donne’s First and Second Anniversary
    Yaakov Akiva Mascetti, Bar-Ilan University
  307. John Donne and Casuistry
    Shanyn Leigh Altman, University of Sussex
  308. Images of Water and Verticality in Donne’s Whitsunday Sermons
    Sonia Pernet, Université de Lausanne
  309. "The clamors of his afflicted people": Sensory Experiences of the City under Siege during the French Wars of Religion
    Brian Sandberg, Northern Illinois University
  310. The News of Flanders between Divulgation and Surprise
    Brendan Dooley, University College Cork
  311. Cosimo I de' Medici before 1537
    Alessio Assonitis, The Medici Archive Project
  312. "Habemus paulum": Reconstructing the Florentine Church of San Paolino
    Alexander Röstel, Courtauld Institute of Art
  313. Saint Anne at Orsanmichele: A Study of Sixteenth-Century Devotion and Influence
    Erin Giffin, University of Washington
  314. The Life of Things: Luxury Goods as Collateral, Bounty, Gifts, Religious Donations, and Artistic Tropes
    Carla D'Arista Frampton, Columbia University
  315. The Artistic Education of a Medici Prince: Cosimo III's Visit to the Royal Spanish Collections in Madrid
    Miguel Taín Guzmán, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
  316. Jacobiglio Hebreo: Merchant, Antiquarian, and Medici Agent
    Piergabriele Mancuso, Medici Archive Project
  317. From Reports to Gazettes: Mexican Minority Reports about the Tumult of 1624
    Angela Ballone, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  318. "Tutti sono servitori di Sua Eccellenza": Giorgio Vasari and the Team of Artists in Cosimo I's Ducal Palace
    Laura Overpelt, Open Universiteit Nederland
  319. Bartolomeo Concini in Brussels (1547–49): The Dominium of Cosimo I versus the Imperium of Charles V
    Samuel Morrison Gallacher, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies
  320. Francesco I de’ Medici in Spain (1562–63)
    Blanca González Talavera, Universidad de Granada
  321. > Ritual Sack or Anti-Inquisitorial Plot? The Riot in Rome and the Death of Pope Paul IV Carafa
    Massimo Carlo Giannini, Università degli Studi di Teramo
  322. Promoting Technological Innovation at the Medici Court
    Cristiano Zanetti, European University Institute
  323. The Fight for Freedom in the Avvisi on the Neapolitan Revolution (1647–48)
    Davide Boerio, Università di Teramo
  324. Reporting a Conflictual Identity: The Italian Military "Nation" in the Army of Flanders (1568–1714)
    Maurizio Arfaioli, The Medici Archive Project
  325. Eugenio Garin's Renaissance
    Francesco Borghesi, University of Sydney
  326. Feminine Wiles and Masculine Weakness: Tasso’s Crusade in Seventeenth-Century Paintings
    Daniel M. Unger, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  327. Memories from Constantinople: Venetians and Ottomans during the War of Candia
    Nirit Ben-Aryeh Debby, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  328. Jews and Turks in Two Renaissance Case Studies: Michelangelo and Titian
    Andrea Donati, Independent Scholar
  329. Modernity between Renaissance and Reformation
    Hanan Yoran, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  330. The Political Discourse on “Caregiver Queens” during the Minority of Carlos II of Spain
    Carmen Sanz Ayán, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  331. Artistic Knowledge and Practice after the Golden Age
    Ellen A. Dooley, University of Southern California
  332. Trails of a Queen: Mariana of Neuburg’s Royal Entry in the Spanish Court — Territories and Peoples
    Felix Labrador-Arroyo, Rey Juan Carlos Universidad
  333. Individualizing Religious Narratives and Identity in Milton’s Paradise Lost
    Russell L. Keck, Harding University
  334. Jesuits as Mathematical Instrument Makers
    Marcelo Aranda, Stanford University
  335. Heiress to Half of Europe: Archduchess Maria Antonia of Austria, Her Marriage, and the Question of the Spanish Succession
    Rocío Martínez López, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
  336. "The Ambassadress and Her Husband": Marriage and Embassy in the Court of Madrid, 1650–1700
    Laura Oliván-Santaliestra, Universität Wien
  337. Heresy in the Inquisition’s Index Librorum Prohibitorum and Milton’s Areopagitica
    Angelica Duran, Purdue University
  338. The Political Map of Carlos II’s Court during his Minority: Queen Mariana’s Men
    Silvia Z. Mitchell, Purdue University
  339. Images at the End of a Dynasty: The Pietas Austriaca and the Representation of Majesty during the Reign of Carlos II
    Alvaro Pascual-Chenel, Universidad de Alcala
  340. Finding the Balance: The Presence of Algonquian Theology in Seventeenth-Century Puritan Missionary Tracts
    Marie Balsley Taylor, Purdue University
  341. Sketches of New Spain
    Jose Ramon Marcaida, University of Cambridge
  342. The Rise of a Parvenu: Fernando Valenzuela and the Court of Queen Mariana
    Antonio Álvarez-Ossorio Alvariño, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  343. Nehemiah’s Rage: The Spanish Match and the Shadow of the Old Testament
    George Vahamikos, Duke University
  344. Is Shakespeare Really Global?
    David Schalkwyk, Queen Mary, University of London
  345. The Changing World: Shakespeare’s Global Politics
    Emily C. Bartels, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
  346. Shakespeare: Global, Historical, Theatrical
    Katherine Schaap Williams, New York University Abu Dhabi
  347. Hamlet and Sola Scriptura: Textual Authority in Renaissance and Reformation
    William P. Weaver, Baylor University
  348. "What have I now done? Is there not a cause?": Thomas Scott’s Uses of the Bible
    Kirsty Rolfe, University of Oxford, St. Cross College
  349. Four Hundred Tyrants from Geneva
    Thomas Fulton, Rutgers University
  350. Macbeth: Apocalyptic Sovereignty and the Time of Tomorrow
    William Junker, University of St. Thomas
  351. Scripture, Tradition, and Shakespeare’s Response to Petrarchism in the Sonnets
    Jamie Harmon Ferguson, University of Houston
  352. Chambers of Rhetoric, Biblical Drama, and Politically Incorrect Ideas
    Wim François, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  353. "The Manners of the Kings of Juda": The Bible and English Political Thought
    Kevin Killeen, University of York
  354. Memory, Memorial, and Tragic Action in Samson Agonistes
    Feisal G. Mohamed, University of Illinois
  355. Milton’s God’s Thunder: Sound Effects and Divine Affections in Paradise Lost
    Elizabeth Weckhurst, Harvard University
  356. Hungarian Translations of Milton’s Late Masterpieces in the Twentieth Century
    Miklós Péti, Károli Gáspár University
  357. Milton’s Letters of State: Diplomatic Experience and Political Conviction
    Edward Jones, Oklahoma State University
  358. Translation as Resistance: Three Centuries of Paradise Lost in Polish
    Joanna Rzepa, University of Warwick
  359. Angelic Materiality in Paradise Lost as a Rehabilitation of John Dee’s Angelic Conversations
    Noam Flinker, University of Haifa
  360. Milton from Behind Bars
    Marjan Strojan, Independent Scholar
  361. That Modern French Theory: Milton in the International Ramist Moment
    Elizabeth Skerpan-Wheeler, Texas State University, San Marcos
  362. Milton’s Ruinous Imagination
    Andrew Y. Hui, Yale-NUS College
  363. "With curst speech": Demonic Contracts in Richard III
    Maureen McDonnell, Eastern Connecticut State University
  364. Cervantes’s Theatrical Hoax
    Rosa Helena Chinchilla, University of Connecticut, Storrs
  365. Apollo’s Lament: Giovan Battista Andreini and Matrilineal Authority in the Commedia dell’Arte
    Sarah G. Ross, Boston College
  366. Theaters of Conversion: Jesuits and Tupi in Sixteenth-Century Brazil
    Joan Meznar, Eastern Connecticut State University
  367. Pure Signification: Sexual-Lexical Thinking in Late Tudor England
    Stephen Spiess, Stanford University
  368. What the Interpreter Knows
    Kathryn Vomero Santos, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
  369. Lexicography without Language
    Marjorie Rubright, University of Toronto
  370. The Music Lesson: Bougainville and Tahitian Music
    William McCarthy, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
  371. Dream Girl: Catherine Tekakwitha and the People of Kahnawake
    Mary Baine Campbell, Brandeis University
  372. Ratifiers and Props: Judging Laertes’s Rebellion
    Stephanie Elsky, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  373. Reading the Mohawk Reading the Dutch
    Scott Manning Stevens, Newberry Library
  374. Replicating Ravishment: Afterlives of Tupinamba Music Inscribed by Jean de Léry
    Jennifer Linhart Wood, George Washington University
  375. European Music in Early New Spain: Testimony, Repertoires, and Performance
    Drew Edward Davies, Northwestern University
  376. The Laws of Measure for Measure
    Paul Yachnin, McGill University
  377. Shakespeare and the Ethics of Judgment
    Kevin Curran, University of North Texas
  378. Shakespeare’s Judicial Quorum: Justices in Pairs and Impaired Judgment
    Virginia Lee Strain, Loyola University Chicago
  379. Falling in Love with Virgil
    Stephen Guy-Bray, University of British Columbia
  380. Poets Loving Trees
    Vin Nardizzi, University of British Columbia
  381. Primogeniture and Averted Tragedy in Early Modern English Drama
    Ronda A. Arab, Simon Fraser University
  382. "A miserable time full of piteous tragedyes"
    Paul V. Budra, Simon Fraser University
  383. Hercules's Unruly Club
    Mark A. Bayer, University of Texas, San Antonio
  384. Andrew Marvell’s Heart of Glass: Desire and Memory in the Country House Poem
    John S. Garrison, Carroll University
  385. Preaching and the Visual Rhetoric of the Holy in Renaissance Florence
    Peter F. Howard, Monash University
  386. The Politics of Bread in Early Modern Venice
    Maartje Van Gelder, Universiteit van Amsterdam
  387. Conjugal Emotions in the Letters of Isabella d’Este and Francesco Gonzaga
    Carolyn P. James, Monash University
  388. Spirit of a Rabbit: Emotional Tussles between a Strozzi Mother and Her Sons
    Lisa Di Crescenzo, Monash University
  389. Hewers of Wood and Drawers of Water? The Politics of Housework in the Priest’s Household
    Roisin Cossar, University of Manitoba
  390. Mills, Millers, and Grain Smuggling in Renaissance Tuscany
    Cecilia Hewlett, Monash University
  391. Silk as a Rhetoric of Dominion in Medicean Florence
    Emma Nicholls, University of Cambridge
  392. Emotions and Identity in Transregional Family Letters
    Jessica O'Leary, Monash University
  393. Canterino, Corone, and Fresco: The Performance of Sonnet Cycles Linked to Fresco Cycles
    Blake Wilson, Dickinson College
  394. Making Drama out of Crises in Early Modern Europe
    Nigel Smith, Princeton University
  395. The Aesthetics of the Cease-Fire: Dramatic Intrigue and Diplomatic Parley in Early Modern Theater
    Timothy Hampton, University of California, Berkeley
  396. Dutch Drama and the Execution of King Charles I
    Helmer Helmers, University of Amsterdam
  397. Miscellaneous Lyrics and Implicit Aetiologies: Tottel's Surrey and the Tudor Reception of Ovid
    Lindsay Ann Reid, National University of Ireland, Galway
  398. The “perpetuall almanack, serving as a memoriall”: Visual Design and Memory Machines in Early Modern Almanacs and Edmund Spenser’s Shepheardes Calender
    Pauline Reid, University of Denver
  399. Fancy, Judgment, and the Publication of Seventeenth-Century English Poetry
    Erin A. McCarthy, National University of Ireland, Galway
  400. "The Pain be Mine, but Thine shall be the Praise": Negotiating Mixed Feelings in Early Modern Sonnet Sequences
    Steven Monte, CUNY, College of Staten Island
  401. Controlling Flesh: Hermaphrodites and the Regulation of Sexuality in Premodern Europe
    Leah DeVun, Rutgers University
  402. Renaissance Now: Warburg's Method and the Pictorial Atlas
    Martin Treml, Center for Literary and Cultural Research, Berlin
  403. "From Ability and Wealth, to Disability and Povertie": Embodiment, Ability, and Status in Early Modern England
    Ari Friedlander, University of Dayton
  404. "Making most solemne love to a petticote": Clothing Fetishism in Early Modern English Culture
    Will Fisher, CUNY, Lehman College and The Graduate Center
  405. Superficiality, Sexuality, and the Cloth Trade in Early Modern City Comedy
    James M. Bromley, Miami University
  406. Warburg's Baroque
    Jane O. Newman, University of California, Irvine
  407. Warburg’s Ovid
    Christopher D. Johnson, The Warburg Institute
  408. Precursors of Paul Oskar Kristeller at the University of Berlin
    Johannes Helmrath, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  409. "You Shall Dwell Upon Superlatives": Love and Self-Love in Sidney’s Poetics
    Richard C. McCoy, CUNY, Queens College and The Graduate Center
  410. A Crisis in the Making: The Hans Baron–P. O. Kristeller Correspondence
    Rocco Rubini, University of Chicago
  411. Lost Souls in Baroque Libertinism: Sexual Deviancy and Crime in the Works of Ferrante Pallavicino
    Paolo Fasoli, CUNY, Hunter College
  412. The Threat of Seventeenth-Century Tribadism and Its Punishments
    Domna Stanton, CUNY, The Graduate Center
  413. Paul Oskar Kristeller’s Last Years in Italy (1937–39): From Civic Humanist to Refugee Scholar
    Warren Boutcher, Queen Mary, University of London
  414. Praise, Blame, and Forgiveness in Paradise Lost
    Joshua Keith Scodel, University of Chicago
  415. Imperial Poetics: The Cantares mexicanos across the Aztec and Spanish Empires
    Caroline Egan, Stanford University
  416. The World Made Plane/Plain
    Felix C. H. Sprang, Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München
  417. Pregnant Minds: Early Modern World-Making, Melancholia, and Redemption
    Anne Zwierlein, University of Regensburg
  418. Cannibalism, Ecophobia, and Early Modern Worlds
    Simon Estok, Sungkyunkwan University
  419. Apologética Historia Sumaria: A Reading through the Lens of Collecting
    Mariana Velazquez, Columbia University
  420. Staden, Léry, and the Anthropophagous: From Apprehension to Comprehension
    Cecile Tresfels, Stanford University
  421. Anthropophagy and climatic determinism
    Dorine Rouiller, Fonds national suisse de la recherche scientifique
  422. The Cold Baked Meats of Hamlet
    Diane Maree Purkiss, Keble College, University of Oxford
  423. Sacking Falstaff
    Rebecca Lemon, University of Southern California
  424. Milk for Gall: Eating as Dissolution in Macbeth
    David B. Goldstein, York University
  425. Reporting Ritual Practice in Colonial Spanish Historiography
    Colt Brazill Segrest, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
  426. Worlds Cosmic and Local in Spenser’s Mutabilitie and Beyond, or “(Who knows not Arlo-hill?)"
    Luke Barnhart, Stanford University
  427. Indigenous Knowledge Collected and Compiled: The Historia Naturalis Brasiliae (1648)
    Mariana Francozo, Leiden University
  428. "Female Christs" in Sixteenth-Century Italy
    Tamar Herzig, Tel Aviv University
  429. Priestcraft Unwigged in Early Modern London
    Giovanni Tarantino, University of Melbourne
  430. A Late Nicodemism? Anti-Nicodemism and Nicodemite Dissent in Italy, 1560–80
    Simone Maghenzani, University of Cambridge, Robinson College
  431. Giesuta and the Others: Women Christs and Women Messiahs in Seventeenth-Century Italy
    Adelisa Malena, Università Ca 'Foscari di Venezia
  432. John Everard (ca. 1584–1640/41), Preacher, Alchemist, Translator, and Copyist: His Wider Circle and Legacy
    Ariel Hessayon, Goldsmiths, University of London
  433. Publishing the Intimate Experience with the Divine: Jeanne Perraud, an (Extra)Ordinary French Visionary (Seventeenth Century)
    Xenia Von Tippelskirch, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  434. Imagining Heresy and Heterodoxy: In between Worlds
    Cristiana Facchini, Università degli Studi di Bologna
  435. Charting the "Progress of Truth": Networks, Spatial Imagery, and the Seventeenth-Century Quaker Missions
    Sünne Juterczenka, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften Europäische Geschichte der Frühen Neuzeit
  436. Heresy, Esoterism, and Libertinism in Counter-Reformation Italy: The Case of the Canons of San Salvatore
    Francesco Ronco, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  437. Law, Physiognomy, and Religious Dissidence in Sixteenth-Century Venice: The Case of Giovanni Ingegneri, Bishop of Capodistria († 1600)
    Manuela Bragagnolo, École Normale Supérieure in Lyon
  438. Inspired by the Lord or by the Devil? Prophetic Dreams, False Saintliness, and Divination in Early Modern Spain
    Monika Frohnapfel, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität
  439. Cross-Cultural Fertilization and Encounters among Dissenting Groups in the Ceremonies et coutumes (1723) by Bernard Picart and Jean-Frédéric Bernard
    Silvia Berti, Department of Philosophy, Rome University “La Sapienza”
  440. A Turke Turn'd Quaker: Bartholomew Cole and Radical Conversion in Early Modern England
    Justin Meggitt, University of Cambridge
  441. Sex, Displacements, and Cross-Cultural Encounters
    Umberto Grassi, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  442. Translating the Church of England to Venice: Sarpi, Bedell, and the Interdetto
    Stefano Villani, University of Maryland, College Park
  443. The Desire Not to Believe: Giovanni Bresciani before the Venetian Inquisition (1713)
    Federico Barbierato, Università degli Studi di Verona
  444. Reading the Medieval Intertext in Shakespeare’s Pericles
    Karoline Johanna Baumann, Freie Universität Berlin
  445. "Make then a banquet to refresh my soul": Hospitality and Hunger in Heywood’s Edward IV
    Emily Gruber Keck, Boston University
  446. Chaucer Reformed: Celibacy, Monasticism, and Marriage in The Two Noble Kinsmen
    Daniel Salerno, Bergen Community College
  447. Medieval Romance and The Winter’s Tale
    Peggy A. Knapp, Carnegie Mellon University
  448. Charlemagne in German Political Thought, 1200–1360
    Thomas Renna, Saginaw Valley State University
  449. Charlemagne and the Universal Chronicle
    Anne Latowsky, University of South Florida
  450. States of Exception: "Commonwealth," English Humanism, and the Rebellions of 1549
    Sebastian I. Sobecki, University of Groningen
  451. The Legend of Charlemagne in the Late Medieval and Renaissance Tradition, 1200–1400
    Jace Stuckey, Marymount University
  452. The Many Lives of King John: Bale, Chettle, Munday, Shakespeare, Davenport, and the Troublesome Raigne
    Kristin M.S. Bezio, University of Richmond
  453. "Cut off the sequence of posterity": Rewriting King John for the Elizabethan Stage
    Carla Baricz, Yale University
  454. Food and Power: The Roman Banquets of Cola di Rienzo and Paul II
    Anna Modigliani, Roma nel Rinascimento
  455. "Cum ex gulositate quorumdam proveniant aliquando scandala que denigrant ordinis honestatem": La mensa dei frati tra digiuni e banchetti
    Antonella Mazzon, Roma nel Rinascimento
  456. Metaliterary and Self-Exegetical Strategies in Pietro Bembo’s Gli Asolani
    Francesco Venturi, Durham University
  457. L’insediamento difficile: Le minoranze scomode (corsi, slavi e albanesi) a Roma e nella Tuscia romana (secc. XV-XVI)
    Anna Esposito, Università degli Studi di Roma
  458. The Bembian Concept of Literary Imitation in the Shaping of the Spanish Cultural Identity during the Early Renaissance
    Oriol Miro Marti, Stockholm University
  459. In the Studio of a Forger
    Andreas Rehberg, German Historical Institute in Rome
  460. The Cloned Cola: A History of Contrafacta
    Giulio Vaccaro, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
  461. Pietro Bembo and Aldo Manuzio as Editors of Petrarch (1501)
    Annalisa Cipollone, University of Durham; Carlo Caruso, University of Durham
  462. "Una colonna a modo di campanile facta per Adriano imperatore": Fortuna e interpretazioni della colonna Traiana dai Mirabilia urbis al primo Cinquecento
    Anna Cavallaro, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"
  463. Pietro Bembo, Giovan Francesco Valier e le "Prose della volgar lingua"
    Valeria Guarna, Università degli studi "G. d'Annunzio" di Chieti-Pescara
  464. Cola Bruno, il segretario di Bembo
    Pietro Giulio Riga, Università degli Studi di Bergamo
  465. "La forza del natío cielo sempre è molta": History of Medieval Italy and History of Language in Flavio Biondo and Pietro Bembo
    Maria Grazia Blasio, Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
  466. Bembo and Salviati on the Codification of Language and the “Questione della lingua”
    Marco Gargiulo, University of Bergen
  467. L'apporto del capitale umano forestiero all'economia cittadina: Il caso di Roma e di Viterbo nel Rinascimento
    Ivana Ait, Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
  468. Social Capital and Immigration in Rome (1300–1700)
    Donatella Strangio, Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
  469. Latino Giovenale Manetti e il Commissariato delle antichità
    Angela Quattrocchi, Università Mediterranea Reggio Calabria
  470. Agostino Chigi e le sue collezioni alla Farnesina: Restauratio e Renovatio Romae
    Costanza Barbieri, Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma
  471. Vittoria Colonna as Bembo’s Alter Ego: Language Issues in her Life and her Writings
    Helena L. Sanson, Clare College
  472. Collections of Verses on the Death of Pietro Bembo
    Francesco Lucioli, Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies
  473. De alio aegrotante: Neo-Latin Poems on an Ailing Other, 1450–1650
    John B. Dillon, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  474. Mythe et éthique dans la poésie de G. Pontano
    Helene Casanova Robin, Université Paris Sorbonne, Paris IV
  475. Jesuit Public Relations through Dramatic Meditations
    Nienke Tjoelker, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies
  476. Mythe et transfiguration poétique dans le recueil De tumulis de Giovanni Pontano
    Liliana Antonelli, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
  477. Humanism and Theology in the Sixteenth Century: Johannes Sturm's Commemorative Eulogy on Jacob Sturm
    Lucy Rachel Nicholas, Tel Aviv University
  478. Etiological and Erudite Poetry in De hortis Hesperidum
    Antonietta Iacono, Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II
  479. Literary Strategies and “Canon” in Late Jesuit Theater
    Simon Wirthensohn, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies
  480. The Cataloguing of Medieval and Renaissance Latin Commentaries on Ovid’s Metamorphoses
    Frank Thomas Coulson, The Ohio State University
  481. L’Orazio dei commentatori, dei traduttori e dei tipografi nel Cinquecento
    Antonio Iurilli, University of Palermo
  482. Princeps historiae romanae: The Reception of Sallust in Renaissance Italy
    Patricia Osmond, Iowa State University
  483. A Letter from Pontano to Francesco Sforza: Linguistic Hybridization and Prestige of the Language
    Florence Bistagne, Universite d'Avignon
  484. The Columbeis, Unfinished or Unfinishable? A New Interpretation of Giulio Cesare Stella’s Columbeidos Libri Priores Duo
    Maya Caterina Feile Tomes, University of Cambridge
  485. Aulus Gellius: Contributions to a Reception History
    Leofranc Holford-Strevens, Retired
  486. The European Significance of Roman Jesuit Theater and the Accademia dell'Arcadia
    Valerio Sanzotta, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies
  487. Between "Highest Gallantry" and "Bent Flanks": Italian Moresca and German Moriskentanz
    Charlotte Gschwandtner, Universität Leipzig
  488. Italians in Germany: Transalpine Connections in Early Modern Dancing
    Katherine Tucker McGinnis, Independent Scholar
  489. Italian Style Protestant Court Festivities: Electoral Saxony ca. 1600
    Corinna Kirschstein, Interdisciplinary Centre of Pietism Studies
  490. Women and Dogs: The Paintings in the Wainscot of Christian IV's Writing Closet at Rosenborg Castle
    Juliette Roding, Universiteit Leiden
  491. The Shepheardes Calender Before and After Panofsky
    Tamara A. Goeglein, Franklin & Marshall College
  492. Berlin Gates: The Emblematic Program of Triumphal Arches Dedicated to Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg in 1677 and 1678
    Sara Smart, University of Exeter
  493. Heaven’s Gates and Limitless Space
    Carol Ann Johnston, Dickinson College
  494. The Dragon, the Eagle, and the Phoenix: An Emblematic Explication of the Final Behavior of Samson in Milton's Samson Agonistes
    Shigeo Suzuki, Nagoya University
  495. Emblematic Representations of Elizabeth I in Imperial Spain
    Claudia Mesa, Moravian College
  496. The Double Political Body
    Giuseppe Cascione, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
  497. Antonio De Pozuelo's Empresas Militares: Barque Runes or Proto-Enlightenment Foray?
    Shifra Armon-Little, University of Florida
  498. Lübeck’s Holstentor Speaks for Itself
    Judith Potter, Independent Scholar
  499. Reading Spenser’s Speaking Pictures
    David Galbraith, University of Toronto
  500. Henry Peacham's Variations on “Scripta non temere edenda,” or "Writings not to be published rashly"
    Tina Skouen, University of Oslo
  501. The Provenance of the Pictures in Spenser’s Shepheardes Calender
    Kenneth Borris, McGill University
  502. Bernardo Torni between the Reception of the Mertonists and the Critique of Pico
    Amos Edelheit, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
  503. Giordano Bruno's Paradoxical Constitution of the Soul
    Anne Eusterschulte, Freie Universität Berlin
  504. Dionysius the Ficinian Areopagite
    Michael J. B. Allen, University of California, Los Angeles
  505. Bruno and Maimonides: Matter as a Woman and the Ontological Status of Matter
    Miguel A. Granada, University of Barcelona
  506. Elijah Del Medigo and Agostino Nifo on Averroes's Incoherence of the Incoherence
    Michael Engel, University of Cambridge
  507. Ars memoriae and Scriptura interna: Language, Nature, and Creativity in Giordano Bruno’s Mnemotechnics Works
    Sara Taglialatela, Freie Universität (Berlin) / Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa)
  508. Copernicus’s “Pythagorean” Turn and Bruno’s Transformation of Copernicanism
    Andre Goddu, Stonehill College
  509. Copernicus Reexamined: Giordano Bruno's De immenso, Book 3, Its Sources and Context
    Dario Tessicini, University of Durham
  510. Vernacular and Latin: Giordano Bruno and the Infinity of the World
    Anna Laura Puliafito Bleuel, Universität Basel
  511. Killing the Sons of Brutus: Machiavelli on "Return Toward Beginnings"
    Sean David Erwin, Barry University
  512. Visual Metaphysics: Nicholas of Cusa’s Interpretation of Dionysius the Areopagite and Theories of Vision in the Fifteenth Century
    Inigo Bocken, Radboud University Nijmegen
  513. Giordano Bruno on Matter
    Dilwyn Knox, University College London
  514. Girolamo Ghinucci: An Italian Judge between the Curia and the Court of Henry VIII
    Philippa M. Jackson, Independent Scholar
  515. Spreading the Renaissance across Europe: The Circulation of Letters and Goods between Mantua, the German Courts, and the Curia
    Christina Antenhofer, University of Innsbruck
  516. Libertà and Sovereignty in Early Cinquecento Genoa
    Matteo Salonia, University of Liverpool
  517. From Toledo to Rome and Back: Art, Patronage, and Identity of a Spanish Cardinal
    Cloe Cavero de Carondelet Fiscowich, European University Institute
  518. Roberto Minucci: Angelo Poliziano’s Pupil in Florence and Papal Nuncio in England
    Laura Refe, Università di Venezia Ca' Foscari
  519. "Craftely broudred": English Embroidery and the Continental Renaissance
    Kate Heard, Independent Scholar
  520. Bishop Niccolò Bonafede: Architecture and Control in the Outer Papal States
    Tom True, Independent Scholar
  521. Barbarians and Their Uses: Early Quattrocento Humanists and the Pursuit of Ultramontane Patronage
    David Rundle, University of Essex
  522. The Spanish Scholastics on Intervention
    Erik De Bom, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  523. Transmitting all’antica to Late Fifteenth-Century France
    Diane Booton, Independent Scholar
  524. Unintended Consequences: Nicholas V, Alberti, and the Expansion of Renaissance Architecture
    Nicole Logan, Rutgers University
  525. Renaissance on the Margins: The Case of Alvaro de Mendoza
    Piers Baker-Bates, The Open University
  526. Cult(ural) Centers: The Succorpo of San Gennaro and Early Modern Naples
    Nicole Joy Riesenberger, University of Maryland, College Park
  527. Janus Pannonius and George Neville: Two Renaissance Bishops and Their Careers Considered
    Oren J. Margolis, Somerville College, University of Oxford and LBI for Neo-Latin Studies
  528. Travelling at the Margins: Ciriaco d’Ancona, Churchmen, and the Recovery of the Eastern Mediterranean
    Peter Fane-Saunders, University of Durham
  529. Sovereignty and Empire in Juan de Solórzano Pereira
    Harald E. Braun, University of Liverpool
  530. The Rhetoric and Poetics of Patronage: Courting the Conde de Lemos
    María Cristina Quintero, Bryn Mawr College
  531. Del esteticismo al historicismo: Revalorización del género épico
    Lara Vilà, Universitat de Girona
  532. Poética y Retórica de los afectos: La configuración teórica de la Lírica en el siglo XVI
    María Amelia Fernandez Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  533. All Kinds of Time: Reading through the Early Modern Spanish Lyric
    Isabel Torres, Queen's University, Belfast
  534. Lyric, the Lyrical Sequence, and the Poetic Subject in Francisco de la Torre’s Versos líricos
    Felipe Valencia, Swarthmore College
  535. Una épica ibérica: Poetas hispano-portugueses en un contexto bilingüe (finales del siglo XVI)
    Aude Plagnard, Paris Sorbonne University / Casa de Velázquez
  536. Heroic Thought: Exploration in the Epic of Renaissance Spain and Portugal
    Jason McCloskey, Bucknell University
  537. Lyric License in Early Modern Spain
    Frederick Lawrence Blumberg, University of Hong Kong
  538. Columbus Discovers Granada: Baroque Italian Epic from the New World to Al-Andalus
    Nathalie Claire Hester, University of Oregon
  539. Spectral Criticism: Epic Poetry and Colonial Latin American Studies
    Raul Marrero-Fente, University of Minnesota
  540. Heroic Indians and Freudian Slips: Ethnological and Psychoanalytic Discourses in Recent Studies of the Early Modern Hispanic Epic
    Keith David Howard, Florida State University
  541. Topographic Knowledge in Colonial Spanish American Epic
    Paul Firbas, SUNY, Stony Brook University
  542. "Constantinople may be in the midst of Spain for anything he knows": Captivity and Conversion in Aphra Behn’s The False Count
    Matthew Birchwood, Kingston University
  543. What Goes Up Must Come Down: The Decline of the Renaissance Codpiece
    Victoria Miller, University of Cambridge
  544. The Rhetoric of the Codpiece in the Princely Courts of Renaissance Europe
    Gaylord Brouhot, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
  545. "Chain’d Up in Alabaster": Alice Spencer and the Shape of Remembrance
    Patricia Phillippy, Kingston University London
  546. Performing Authority in the Landscape: Anne Clifford’s Northern Progresses
    Jessica Malay, University of Huddersfield
  547. The Rhetoric of Armor in the German Renaissance
    Naïma Ghermani, University of Grenoble Alpes
  548. Redefining Image-Text Relations in the Italian Baroque
    Jonathan W. Unglaub, Brandeis University
  549. Piazza San Pietro and the Art of Persuasion: Beyond Formalism and Iconography
    John Beldon Scott, University of Iowa
  550. A Moment of Disequilibrium: Paintings Rejected, Collected, Defamed, and Desired ca. 1600
    Gail Feigenbaum, The Getty Research Institute
  551. Beyond Celebrity Patronage: Sculpture under Innocent X Pamphilj
    Stephanie C. Leone, Boston College
  552. Pins, Dolls, and Death: The 1317 "Diabolical" Plot against Pope John XXII
    Patrick Nold, State University of New York, Albany
  553. Observations on Italian Baroque Art History Today
    Catherine R. Puglisi, Rutgers University, New Brunswick; David M. Stone, University of Delaware
  554. Up and Coming: The Market as a Path to Success for Young Artists in Seventeenth-Century Rome
    Patrizia Cavazzini, The British Academy, Rome
  555. Cellini’s Necromancer and Magic in the Monti Sibillini
    Lila Elizabeth Yawn, John Cabot University
  556. Between Heaven and Hell, Doctrine and Cult: The Seicento Church of S. Maria del Suffragio / del Purgatorio ad Arco in Naples and Devotions of Consolation
    Carolyn Smyth, John Cabot University
  557. Cola di Rienzo, Magician and Prophet
    Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri, Università degli Studi di Urbino "Carlo Bo"
  558. Baroque Art in Venice: The Rediscovery of a Forgotten Artistic Culture
    Linda Borean, Università degli Studi di Udine
  559. "Imitare la natura – superar la natura": The Theory and Practice of Working from Nature in Seicento Art
    Sybille Ebert-Schifferer, Max Planck Institut für Kunstgeschichte
  560. Joshua and the Jesuits: A Study in Multiplicity of Meaning
    Louise Rice, New York University
  561. Literary Academies and the Figurative Arts in Baroque Italy
    Sebastian Schütze, University of Vienna
  562. Falda’s Map as a Work of Art
    Sarah McPhee, Emory University
  563. Magic and the Inquisition in Seventeenth-Century Malta
    Ingrid Rowland, University of Notre Dame, Rome
  564. Good versus Evil: Narrating Touchstones and Sacred Sites in Late Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Rome
    Linda Ann Nolan, Iowa State University, Rome Program
  565. L’ordre terrestre et l’harmonie des contraires dans De la vicissitude ou variété des choses en l’univers de Loys Le Roy
    Danièle Duport, Université de Caen
  566. La légitimité du scandale: Débats et questionnements (Érasme, Rabelais et la Réforme)
    Anne-Pascale Pouey-Mounou, Université de Lille III
  567. La forgerie générique du livre emblématique
    Trung Tran, Université de Montpellier 3
  568. Translation, Commentary: How Jodocus Badius Came to Write the Navis stultifera (1505)
    Anne-Laure Metzger-Rambach, Université Bordeaux Montaigne
  569. Scandale et interprétation dans la lettre d'Érasme à Martin Dorp
    Blandine Perona, Université de Valenciennes
  570. Sylves morales et polyphonie satirique: Le statut du je dans les nefs latines de Josse Bade
    Nathalie Dauvois, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3
  571. L'historiographie régienne face aux guerres de religion françaises
    Andrea Frisch, University of Maryland, College Park
  572. Conte abrégé, conte enrichi: La nouvelle donne de la transmission culturelle à l’ère numérique
    Patricia Lojkine, Société Française d'Etude du Seizième Siècle
  573. "Cent nouvelles, fables, paraboles ou histoires": Hybridité de la nouvelle dans les premiers recueils français
    Nora Viet, Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand II
  574. Les sources néoplatoniciennes chez Loys Le Roy
    Maria Elena Severini, Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento
  575. Italian and French Tales as Intertextual and Intercultural “Responses” to Apuleius's Metamorphoses: Methodological Aspects
    Ute Heidmann, University of Lausanne
  576. Au carrefour des novelas espagnoles et des contes français: Dialogues intertextuels et intergénériques entre Cervantès, Zayas et d’Aulnoy
    Loreto Nuñez, University of Lausanne
  577. The Compositional Methods of Jodocus Badius Ascensius (1462–1535)
    Paul White, John Rylands Research Institute, University of Manchester
  578. Le risque du scandale dans la controverse contre l’islam de la première Renaissance
    Tristan Vigliano, Université Lyon 2
  579. De l’hybridation générique à l’homogénéisation d’un produit éditorial: Le cas des Trésors imprimés en langue vernaculaire
    Anne Réach-Ngô, Université de Haute-Alsace
  580. Allegory and Access: Gates and Porters in Spenser’s Faerie Queene
    Sue P. Starke, Monmouth University
  581. Shifting Perspective between Q1 and Q2 Hamlets
    Olga L. Valbuena, Wake Forest University
  582. "De tongues of de mans is be full of deceits": The Impossibility of Rhetorical Success in Marlowe’s Tamburlaine and Shakespeare’s Henry V
    Robert Edward Kilgore, University of South Carolina Beaufort
  583. Natura Vexata: The Vexing Rhetorical Style of Francis Bacon and Its Impact on the Seventeenth-Century Construction of Science
    Brian Robert Henderson, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
  584. Out of Control: Speech Act Theory and the Poems of Lord Edward Herbert of Chirbury
    Nancy L. Zaice, Francis Marion University
  585. "The stump him lefte": Sacraments, Spenser’s Dragon, and the Thirty-Nine Articles of Faith
    Stephen Dan Mills, Clayton State University
  586. English Merchants to the East, 1583–91
    Juo-Yung Lee, National Taipei University
  587. Jesters at the Tudor and Stuart Courts: New Perspectives
    Christiane Andersson, Bucknell University
  588. Leonardo da Vinci's Ginevra de Benci: A Portrait that Serves Subversive Ideas
    Noa Yaari, York University
  589. "Glozing Courtesy": Chastity, Coercion, and Courteous Service in Milton’s Maske
    Rebecca Wiseman, University of Toronto
  590. Servants without Masters: Portraits of Male Servants from the Nuremberg Retirement Homes to the Medici Court
    Diane Wolfthal, Rice University
  591. All Serve: Conflicting Classifications of Servants in Renaissance Europe
    Raffaella Sarti, Università di Urbino "Carlo Bo"
  592. Servile and Vile: The Adamic Curse and Nixed Blessing of the Commoner’s Lot in (Early Modern) Life
    Marvin Lee Anderson, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
  593. To Serve Too Young? Girls as Domestic Servants in Early Modern Rome
    Elizabeth S. Cohen, York University
  594. In the Service of the Marchesa: Isabella d’Este’s Employee Relations
    Deanna M. Shemek, University of California, Santa Cruz
  595. "Servant obedience changed to master sin": Performance and the Public Transcript of Service in the Overbury Affair and The Changeling
    John C. Higgins, Case Western Reserve University
  596. Tagging Harvey: Capturing the Reading Practices of a Renaissance Reader
    Jaap Geraerts, University College London
  597. Texts and Textures: Reading Paper in Early Modern England
    Anna Reynolds, University of York
  598. Legal Records and Life-Writing: Uncovering Women’s Voices in Abduction cases
    Lotte Fikkers, University of London, Queen Mary
  599. "A conversable Knowledge": Language Learning in Early Modern Travel
    John Gallagher, University of Cambridge
  600. A Patchwork of Policy: Marginalia and Political Thought in Gabriel Harvey
    Matthew Symonds, University College London
  601. "A Chatting and Chapping Matter": Manuscript and Pamphlet Evidence of the Elizabethan Succession Debate
    Sarah E. Case, Princeton University
  602. Printing after the World’s End: Quakers and Collaborative Publishing, 1660–1700
    Brooke Sylvia Palmieri, University College London
  603. Milton’s "Lycidas" and the University Elegies for Sidney
    Hannah Crawforth, King's College London
  604. Likeness and Character: Estense Portraiture in Renaissance Ferrara
    Carl Villis, National Gallery of Victoria
  605. From Alchemy to Art: Crossing Disciplines at the Medici Court in the Late Renaissance
    Fanny Kieffer, Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance
  606. Metaphysical Dieting: The Language of Medicine in Cardano’s Theonoston
    Cecilia Muratori, Warburg Institute
  607. Machiavelli’s Prince: The Language of Politics
    Angela Capodivacca, Yale University
  608. "Her Name is Clarice": Notes toward a Portrait of a Prospective Medici Bride
    Roger J. Crum, University of Dayton
  609. Reinventing Fictions, Trusting Lies: Jean de Nostredame as Translator of Vidas
    Davide Daolmi, University of Milan
  610. At Face Value: Visual and Literary Hybridity in Cervantes’s Novelas Ejemplares
    Elizabeth S. Lagresa-Gonzalez, Harvard University
  611. Experiencing the Sette Chiese
    Emily D. Michelson, University of St Andrews
  612. Instructing Converts: Jesuit Art in Early Modern Japan
    Noriko Kotani, Osaka University of Arts
  613. The Virtue of the Ascent: Hills and Visitors in Renaissance Gardens
    Katherine M. Bentz, Saint Anselm College
  614. Battle Viewing in the Sala Grande in Florence
    Francesca Borgo, Harvard University
  615. Viewing Collectors’ Portraits
    Marika A. Leino, Oxford Brookes University
  616. The Artist Agent and the Cultural Brokerage of Sixteenth-Century Italian Art
    Elena M. Calvillo, University of Richmond
  617. Ac intuitu pietatis et amore Dei: Portraiture in the Tornabuoni Chapel in Santa Maria Novella
    Maria DePrano, Washington State University
  618. Nicola Vicentino Translator of Gian Giorgio Trissino
    Giordano Mastrocola, University of Toulouse-II
  619. Transoceanic Flows: The Practice of Everyday Life in the Ships of the Carrera de Indias
    Elizabeth B. Davis, The Ohio State University
  620. Pedagogical Forms: Blood Purity and Instructional Integrity in Colonial Peru
    Matthew Goldmark, University of California, Los Angeles
  621. The Renaissance in the Baroque of the Indies: Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora
    Rolena Adorno, Yale University
  622. Baroque Continuitiies and Afro-Brazilian Presence in the Writings of Gregório de Matos and Domingos Caldas Barbosa
    Lucía Costigan, Ohio State University
  623. Francisco de Holanda and Artistic Relations between Italy and Portugal in the Sixteenth Century
    Maria Berbara, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
  624. A Black Sicilian in the Americas: Saint Benedict of Palermo's New World Incarnations
    Larissa Brewer-García, Princeton University
  625. Exemplarity in the Philippines: Spanish Nuns and the Bittersweet Odor of Sanctity
    Sarah Owens, College of Charleston
  626. War, Violence, and Power in Inca Garcilaso's General History of Peru
    Christian Fernandez, Louisiana State University
  627. The Painter and the King: Vermeyen and His First-Person Visual Narratives in Charles V’s Tunisian Campaign
    Karina Mariel Galperin, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
  628. Reading De amore (1474) by Marsilio Ficino and Writing the Comentarios (1609) on Inca History
    Sara Castro-Klarén, Johns Hopkins University
  629. Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and the Second Scholastic
    Anna More, Universidade de Brasília
  630. The Rhetoric of Movere in Post-Tridentine Theories of the Sacred Image
    Juan Luis Gonzalez Garcia, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
  631. Uses of Tridentine Artistic Theory: Shaping the Christian Artist in Quito
    Carmen Fernandez-Salvador, Universidad de San Francisco de Quito
  632. Locke and El Inca: Subtexts, Politics, and European Expansion
    Fuerst James, Eugene Lang College, New School for the Liberal Arts
  633. "A Genius like Raphael": Gregorio Vásquez and the Use of Italian Models in Colonial Art
    Patricia Zalamea, Universidad de Los Andes
  634. A Smooth Sailing Empire: Cartographies of the Sea and the Rhetoric of Navigation
    Ricardo Padrón, University of Virginia
  635. The Way Behind and the Way Ahead: Cartography and the State of Spain in Cabeza de Vaca’s Relación
    Kathryn Mayers, Wake Forest University
  636. Authorship and Evidence: Delicado’s Retrato de la Lozana Andaluza and New World Science
    Barbara Fuchs, University of California, Los Angeles
  637. “Sacar al vivo con mis manos”: First-Hand Experience and the Practice of Portraiture in Late Sixteenth-Century Spain
    Maria Lumbreras, Johns Hopkins University
  638. Hellish Falls: Faustus’s Dismemberment, Phaeton’s Limbs, and Other Renaissance Aviation Disasters
    Todd Andrew Borlik, University of Huddersfield
  639. Counterpaging with French and English, 1558–1625
    Peter Auger, University of Oxford
  640. Severed Heads and Severed Words: Cutting Off Boccaccio's Reader
    Daniel Tonozzi, Miami University
  641. Sir Thomas Browne and the Metaphysics of Flaying
    Pablo Maurette, University of Chicago
  642. "Unjoynted": Feeling Undone in Renaissance Devotion
    Abigail Marcus, University of Chicago
  643. Syphilis: Transatlantic Philology and Polyglotty between Venice and Hispaniola
    Katharina N. Piechocki, Harvard University
  644. Montaigne and the Disfigurement of Sovereignty
    Hassan Melehy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  645. The Insanity of Goropius: Mapping out the Dispersion of Languages and Peoples in Camden's Britannia and Goropius's Origines Antwerpianae
    David Weil Baker, Rutgers University, Newark
  646. The Places of Poetry (and Drama and Dispute): Geolocating Early Modern Print Network
    Blaine Greteman, Iowa University
  647. Digital Publishing of Scholarly Editions: The Publisher’s Perspective
    Maartje Scheltens, Cambridge University Press
  648. Big Data, Data Modeling, and the History of Manuscript Collections
    Toby Burrows, University of Western Australia
  649. Shakespeare His Contemporaries
    Martin Mueller, Northwestern University
  650. Big Data and Renaissance Texts
    Stephen Wittek, McGill University
  651. Attributing an Anonymous Old Polish Translation of Erasmus’s Lingua
    Maria Kozlowska, Jagiellonian University; Maciej Eder, Polish Academy of Sciences
  652. Visualizing Venice: Digital Tools and Urban History
    Kristin Lanzoni, Duke University
  653. Mapping Early Modern News Networks: Digital Methods and New Perspectives
    Giovanni Colavizza, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne; Mario Infelise, Università di Venezia Ca' Foscari
  654. Exploring Jesuitica.be: Strengths and Weaknesses
    Bernard Deprez, KU Leuven
  655. Traditional Hard-Copy Emblem Editions in the Digital Age
    Alison Adams, University of Glasgow
  656. Philipp Ehrenreich Wider’s Commentaries Evangelische Herz- und Bilder-Postill
    Ingrid Höpel, University of Kiel
  657. Canon or Corpus? Assessing Authority in Digital Emblematica
    David Graham, Concordia University
  658. Bibliography in the Light of Emblem Digitization, and Vice Versa
    Stephen Rawles, University of Glasgow
  659. Prudent Looking Ahead: Eschatology and Emblems
    Jacek Kowzan, University of Siedlce
  660. Detecting Intertextuality in Emblem Collections
    Peter Boot, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands
  661. Christoph Rosshirt’s "Graphic" Faust
    James M. van der Laan, Illinois State University
  662. IRIS: Iconographic Repertoire Identification System
    Pedro Germano Leal
  663. Looking through Both Ends of the Telescope: Iconographic Details and Big Data Abstract
    Hans Brandhorst, Erasmus University
  664. The Alembic Heart: The Alchemy of the Heart in a Few Emblems
    Emilie Jehl, Université de Strasbourg
  665. "I am not well": The Affective Nature of Turning Turk
    James Lambert, American University of Kuwait
  666. The Unbearable Speciousness of Being: Experience and Expression in Seventeenth-Century Natural Philosophy
    Christopher Braider, University of Colorado
  667. Natural Inclinations
    Kellie Robertson, University of Maryland, College Park
  668. "Describing by language the qualities of God": Catholicism and Bhakti in Early Modern Portuguese Goa
    Ananya Chakravarti, American University in Cairo
  669. Petrus Ramus’s Atomic Theory of Matter
    Robert Goulding, University of Notre Dame
  670. Scanderbeg Passions: Hybrid humours from Albania to Albion
    Justin Kolb, The American University, Cairo
  671. On What Barely Is: Matter and the Minimum
    Daniel Selcer, Duquesne University
  672. Francis Bacon’s Concept of Form: “Pneumatic Matter in Motion”
    Doina-Cristina Rusu, University of Bucharest
  673. Perceived Crime and Harsh Punishment: The Brandan Legend in the Early Modern Period
    Gráinne Therese Watson, Stanford University
  674. Aemulatio as a Subversive Strategy in Sixteenth-Century Confessional Polemics
    Sylvia Brockstieger, University of Freiburg
  675. Bücher unterwegs: Die Plünderung deutscher Büchersammlungen durch die Schweden im 30-jährigen Krieg
    Elisabeth Wåghäll Nivre, Stockholm University
  676. Critical Rivalry in Practice: Marot, Scheit, and Music (1551)
    Elsa Kammerer, Université Lille 3
  677. Büchermarkt und Sammelinteresse im 16. Jahrhundert: Die Bibliotheca Julia
    Monika Unzeitig, University of Greifswald
  678. Theoretical Reflections on the Relation between Aemulatio and Art Criticism in Sixteenth-Century German Literature
    Anna Kathrin Bleuler, Universität Salzburg
  679. Sixteenth-Century Ruins Revisited
    Helmut Puff, University of Michigan
  680. The Conservation of Violence in the Habsburg-Ottoman Wars
    Carina L. Johnson, Pitzer College
  681. Literarische Spiegel des Witwenstands: Bücher über das Verhalten von Witwen in der frühzeuzeitlichen Gesellschaft
    Britta-Juliane Kruse, Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel
  682. Unzer Melekh or Teuffels Prophet: Representing Shabbatai Zevi between Arrest and Apostasy in German and Yiddish Print Culture
    Sonia Beth Gollance, University of Pennsylvania
  683. Making Sense of Siege Warfare’s Violence: Printed Siege Accounts of the Seventeenth Century
    Anke Fischer-Kattner, University of the Bundeswehr, Germany
  684. "How shall we sing the Lord’s Song in a strange land?": Music, Place, and Exile in Early Modern Jewish Historiography
    Yael Sela, St. Hugh's College, University of Oxford; David Rotman, Open University, Tel-Aviv
  685. The Little Presses and the Big City: Hebrew Printing on the Periphery of Venice in the Middle of the Sixteenth Century
    Adam Shear, University of Pittsburgh
  686. Raison d'Etat in Early Modern Venice: Sarpi on Jews, Former New Christians, and the Inquisition
    Benjamin C. I. Ravid, Brandeis University
  687. The Italian Academies and the Jews in the Renaissance
    Giuseppe Veltri, University of Hamburg
  688. The Library of a Church Censor: Marco Marini of Brescia’s Hebrew Books Collection
    Michela Andreatta, University of Rochester
  689. When Did Judaism Become a Religion? The Case of Simone Luzzatto
    Abraham Melamed, University of Haifa
  690. "In the style of Venice": Reconsidering the Foundation of Amsterdam’s Sephardi Jewish Community
    Anne Oravetz Albert, University of Pennsylvania
  691. A Venetian Rabbi and l’Accademia degli Incogniti
    Howard Adelman, Queen's University
  692. Constructing Reality: How Jewish Livorno's Frontier Community was Born and How It Was Remembered
    Bernard Cooperman, University of Maryland, College Park
  693. Self-Fashioning and Medical Profession: The Jewish Physicians of Late Renaissance Venice
    Lucia Finotto, Brandeis University
  694. Quixotic Equines: Beyond Rocinante
    Adrienne Laskier Martin, University of California, Davis
  695. Titian and Quevedo: Two Courtiers between Painting, Poetry, and Power
    Adrián J. Sáez, Université de Neuchâtel
  696. The Emblematic View of the Animal World in Seventeenth-Century Spanish Natural History Texts
    Arturo Morgado García, Universidad de Cádiz
  697. Spectacular Animals: Automatons, Puppets, and Allegories in Early Modern Iberian Entertainment
    Esther Fernández, Sarah Lawrence College
  698. Inquisition and the Demise of “Spiritual Medicine” in Renaissance Spain
    David A. Boruchoff, McGill University
  699. Chastising Picaresque Satire and Lazarillo de Tormes castigado (1573)
    Felipe Ruan, Brock University
  700. Between Subversion and Containment: Flavius Josephus, the Jews, and 1492
    Julian Weiss, King's College London
  701. "Me juzgo natural de Madrid": Vicente Carducho’s Diálogos de la pintura and a Sense of Patria
    Laura R. Bass, Brown University
  702. Vicente Carducho (1568–1638), a Painter in the Spanish Tradition?
    Jean Andrews, University of Nottingham
  703. Thinking about Animals Thinking: Early Spanish Animal Husbandry Texts as Cognitive Ethology
    Steven Wagschal, Indiana University
  704. Dedications and Dependent Meanings: Patronage and the Reception of Jorge Manrique’s Coplas a la muerte de su padre
    Alexandra Nowosiad, King's College London
  705. Priceless: The Iberian Peregrinations of Castiglione’s Cortegiano
    Goretti Teresa González, Harvard University
  706. Making the Portrait Sacred: the Image and Its Uses in Lope de Vega’s Peribáñez y el comendador de Ocaña
    Cécile Vincent-Cassy, Pléiade, Université Paris 13-Sorbonne Paris Cité
  707. Chiaroscuro in Cervantes’s Persiles
    Marsha S. Collins, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  708. Emblematic Literature and Conceptions of Space in Golden Age Drama
    Francisco Sáez Raposo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  709. Histories, Biographies, Hagiographies, or Narratives? The Writings of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Portuguese Dominicans Nuns
    Gilberto Coralejo Moiteiro, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria and Instituto de Estudos Medievais
  710. What’s in a Convent Tale? German Nuns’ Chronicles before and after the Reformation
    Amy Elmore Leonard, Georgetown University
  711. Baronio versus Bolland: Models of Sanctity and Expertise in Catholic History Writing
    Jan Machielsen, University of Oxford
  712. Presuppression Jesuit Libraries in China: Reconstructing Working Libraries and Centers of Production and Exchange of Knowledge between East and West
    Noel Golvers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  713. "In the service of the state": Maps, Administrators, and Plantation in Ireland, ca. 1560–1625
    Annaleigh Margey, Dundalk Institute of Technology
  714. "Subsumed Autobiography": Self-Writing in English Exilic Convent Chronicles, 1630–60
    Victoria Van Hyning, University of Oxford, Zooniverse
  715. Onofrio Panvinio and the Balances of Power in Papal Elections
    Stefan Bauer, None
  716. Floods, Gingerbread, and Death: Recording the Past in a German Cistercian Convent (Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries)
    Edmund Wareham, University of Oxford
  717. Early Stage of History of Jesuit Libraries in Croatia
    Marica Sapro Ficovic, Dubrovnik Public Library
  718. The Taste for the Small in Humanist and Enlightenment Culture
    Cyril Lécosse, Universite de Lausanne (UNIL)
  719. Moscovia Asiana: Orientalizing Discourses on Muscovy in Sixteenth-Century European Cartography
    Grzegorz Franczak, Università degli Studi di Milano
  720. Twilight of the Renaissance or Dawn of Enlightenment Europe?
    Jeffrey David Burson, Georgia Southern University
  721. Secret Services and Historiographical Polemics between Rome and the Iberian Empire: The Expertise of Costantino Gaetani in Cardenal Baronio's Workshop
    Fabien Montcher, Clark Library, University of California, Los Angeles
  722. The Jesuit Schools and Their Role in the Spread of the Knowledge about Perspective in the Kingdom of Portugal
    Marília de Azambuja Ribeiro, Universidade de Pernambuco
  723. Stoic or Skeptic? Cicero from Renaissance to Enlightenment
    Timothy Stuart-Buttle, University of Oxford
  724. Bringing the Vatican North: Scorel, Heemskerck, and the Rhetoric of Conspicuous Quotation
    Arthur J. Di Furia, Savannah College of Art and Design
  725. Hans Burgkmair’s Pictorial "Treatise" on Italian Renaissance Painting
    Ashley D. West, Temple University
  726. Five Modes of Coloring: Facture and Meaning
    Marcia B. Hall, Temple University
  727. The Cultural Meaning of Color in Sixteenth-Century Court Portraiture
    Joanna Woods-Marsden, University of California, Los Angeles
  728. How Quattrocento Sculptors Saw Antiquity in Color
    Una Roman D'Elia, Queen's University
  729. Hans Reichle’s Monumental Bronzes for Augsburg and Memories of Florence
    Jeffrey Chipps Smith, University of Texas at Austin
  730. De Copia, or The Amplification of Northern Art in the Sixteenth Century
    Koenraad J. A. Jonckheere, Ghent University
  731. Dürer in Italy: A Reevaluation
    Bernard Aikema, Università degli Studi di Verona
  732. Frans Floris's Poesie
    Edward H. Wouk, Courtauld Institute of Art
  733. Il tempo di una canzone: Musica e strategie narrative nella settima novella della decima giornata del Decameron
    Roberto Russi, Università di Banja Luka
  734. Erminia liberata: Pastoral Transformations and Female Agency in Tasso’s Gerusalemme liberata
    Sarah van der Laan, Indiana University
  735. Pastoral and Consolation in the Italian Trecento
    Gur Zak, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  736. Pastoral Border-Crossings and the Production of Hybridity from Virgil to Gongora
    Jonathan Combs-Schilling, Ohio State University
  737. The Difference Italian Pastoral Makes
    Jane C. Tylus, New York University
  738. Pastoral Desire
    Susanne L. Wofford, New York University, Gallatin School
  739. Decameron 5.10: Pietro di Vinciolo, His Wife, and Their Lover
    Kenneth P. Clarke, University of York
  740. Decameron 9.10: A Defective Tale?
    Irene Cappelletti, Università della Svizzera Italiana
  741. "Friday’s Child is Loving and Giving”: Hounded by Parodies of Punishment
    Heather Levy, Western Connecticut State University
  742. Reflections in the Po: Courtly Space and Pastoral Space in Torquato Tasso’s Aminta
    Paola Ugolini, SUNY, University at Buffalo and Villa I Tatti
  743. Performances of Pastoral Poetry at the Court of Aragona
    Francesca Bortoletti, University of Leeds, UK
  744. Metamorfosi dei miti classici e moderni nella Pastorale del primo Seicento (da "Alcesti" al trasgressivo "Adone")
    Elisabetta Selmi, Università di Padova
  745. In the Garden of Eden? Mineral Lore and Preaching in the Erzgebirge
    Henrike Haug, Technische Universität Berlin
  746. Digging in the Mud: Sourcing, Understanding, and Deploying Earth in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Italy
    Marta Ajmar-Wollheim, Victoria & Albert Museum
  747. "That hath but ordinary skill in Cutts": Visual Translation in Early Modern Learned Journals
    Meghan Doherty, Berea College
  748. From Anecdote to Trial: Methods of Evaluating Drugs in Early Modern Europe
    Alisha Rankin, Tufts University
  749. Citings in Print: Copying as Practice in Early Modern Prints
    Stephanie Leitch, Florida State University
  750. Not That Bacon, the Other One: Roger Bacon's Experimental Science in Elizabethan England
    Elly Truitt, Harvard University
  751. Italian Entrepreneurs and Salt Mining in Sixteenth-Century Poland-Lithuania
    Joanna Kostylo, British School at Rome
  752. Collectors and Experimenters at the Royal Society of London and the Paris Academy of Science, ca. 1660–1740
    Michael Bycroft, Max Planck Institute of the History of Science
  753. Underground Mathematics: Manuscripts and Knowledge Circulation in the German Mining States
    Thomas Morel, Technische Universitaet Berlin
  754. The King, His Officers, the Entrepreneurs, and the Hewers: Artistic Patronage at the Kuttenberg Mining District around 1500
    Joerg Richter, Universität Bern
  755. "Secrets of Industry" Translated "For Vulgar Men": New Audiences of Early Technical Printed Books
    Richard J. Oosterhoff, University of Cambridge
  756. The View from Here and There
    Evelyn Lincoln, Brown University
  757. The Translators of Jan Baptista van Helmont’s Medical Works
    Sietske Fransen, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
  758. Wild Men in Braunschweig: The Entanglements of Mining, Minting, and Sovereignty between the Harz and the Erzgebirge
    Tina Asmussen, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Berlin
  759. The Mine as a Subterranean Kunstkammer
    Lisa M. S. Skogh, Victoria and Albert Museum
  760. Connoisseurs, Copyists, and Copernicans
    Eileen A. Reeves, Princeton University
  761. Lost Libraries of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: Historical Context and Cultural Consequences
    Tomasz Nastulczyk, Jagiellonian University
  762. Amicitia and Memoria: Expressing and Preserving Memories of Collective Identities in Dutch Women’s Alba Amicorum
    Sophie Reinders, Radboud University Nijmegen
  763. Depicting a “Protestant Hero”: The Representation of Henry of Navarre in English News (1570–93)
    Stefania Gargioni, University of Kent
  764. Exile and Sanctuary: Humanism, Itinerary, and Religious Solidarity in Renaissance Alba Amicorum
    Earle A. Havens, Johns Hopkins University
  765. Christ Church, Oxford, and Beyond: Folger MS V.a.345 and Its Manuscript and Print Sources
    Arthur F. Marotti, Wayne State University
  766. Lost Books of Northern and Eastern Germany: Rescue, Reconstruction, and Restitution
    Jan Alessandrini, University of St. Andrews
  767. Setting Scenes: Explaining Military Engagements in Early Modern News Pamphlets
    Sara K. Barker, University of Leeds
  768. Printing Greek Texts in Early Sixteenth-Century Kraków
    Katarzyna Gara, Tischner European University Krakow
  769. Reforming Devotional Books: Martin Laterna’s Psalterium decachordon (1585)
    Magdalena Eulalia Komorowska, Jagiellonian University
  770. Edmund Campion in Early Modern Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: An Analysis of the Paratexts of the Polish and German Translations of the Rationes Decem
    Clarinda Espino Calma, Tischner European University
  771. Bernardino Beccari’s Military News Pamphlets (1593–1600)
    Nina Lamal, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and St. Andrews University
  772. Milton and Friends: Gifts, Invitations, and Their Material Dimensions
    Cedric Clive Brown, University of Reading
  773. 20,000 Likes: The World’s Largest Collection of Early Modern Alba Amicorum at the Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek, Weimar
    Eva Raffel, Klassik Stiftung Weimar/Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek
  774. Gender, Politics, and the Early Modern Archive
    James Daybell, University of Plymouth
  775. Lessons Learned from Two Centuries of Massive Disasters: Losses, Rescue, and Restoration of Italian Archives and Libraries during WWII
    Flavia Bruni, University of St. Andrews
  776. Tradition and Innovation in Bernardino Partenio’s Commentary on the Odes and Epodes of Horace
    Marc Laureys, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  777. Petrarch’s Letter to Horace: Topics and Intention
    Dorothee Gall, University of Bonn
  778. Ambiguity and Unity in Humanist Commentaries on Horace
    Arnold Becker, Bonn University
  779. The Ottoman Wars and Personal Information Networks in Renaissance Rome: Francesco Maturanzio’s Letters from Rhodes (1473–74)
    Luka Spoljaric, University of Zagreb
  780. Obedience Orations in Renaissance Rome: Who Cared?
    Margaret Meserve, University of Notre Dame
  781. Visual Reading or Reading with Images? Visuality and Orality in Ottoman Manuscript Culture
    Tülün De?irmenci, Pamukkale University
  782. Astrology at the Early Modern Ottoman Court: A New Look at the Scientific Writings of Mirim Çelebi (d. 1525)
    Ahmet Tunc Sen, University of Chicago
  783. Literary Bilingualism in Early Modern Persia: Sadiqi Beg (ca. 1533–1618)
    Ferenc Peter Csirkes, University of Chicago
  784. Muslim Savants at Work: Arabic Alchemy and Mamluk-Ottoman Encyclopedism
    Nicholas Harris, University of Pennsylvania
  785. Ibn Khaldūn’s Anti-Occultism Rebutted
    Matthew Melvin-Koushki, University of South Carolina
  786. The "Colloquialist Style" in Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Artistic Prose Writing
    Zeynep Altok, Istanbul Bilgi University
  787. The Personal Anthology of an Ottoman Litterateur: Celalzade Salih (ca. 1493–1565) and His Munshe’at
    Kaya Sahin, Indiana University, Bloomington
  788. Biography, History, and Transculturism in Early Modern Studies: Looking Afresh at the Mughal Biography/Memoir Humayunnama by Princess Gulbadan
    Jyotsna G. Singh, Michigan State University
  789. The Marital Problems of the British East India Company, 1610–35
    Julia Schleck, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  790. Language, Fallenness, and Redemption in Dante's Paradiso
    V. Stanley Benfell, Brigham Young University
  791. Free Will as Hermeneutic Freedom in Paradiso 3–7
    Jason Aleksander, Saint Xavier University
  792. Musica, abito e virtù in the Ragionamento del sig. Annibal Guasco a D. Lavinia sua figliuola by Annibale Guasco
    Catherine Deutsch, Université Paris IV Paris-Sorbonne
  793. Great Lovers of Compendia: The Study of Music in Mid-Fifteenth-Century Ferrara
    Evan Angus MacCarthy, West Virginia University
  794. Images Are Worth as Much as Words: Memory Aids in Pre-Reformation Music
    Susan Forscher Weiss, Johns Hopkins University, Peabody
  795. Repetitions of Virtue: Music pedagogy and ethical capacity in the Quatrains de Pibrac en musique
    Melinda Latour, University of California, Los Angeles
  796. Vice and the Villotta in the Sixteenth Century
    Melanie L. Marshall, University College Cork
  797. "Dyverse other small boks and skrowes": Makeshift Music Books and Workaday Miscellanies in Tudor England
    Magnus Williamson, University of Newcastle
  798. A Report on the Digital Prosopography of Renaissance Musicians Project
    Ichiro Fujinaga, McGill University
  799. "A hall, a hall! Give room! And foot it girls": Realizing the Dance Scene in Romeo and Juliet
    Linda McJannet, Bentley University
  800. Rhetorics of Courtship in Leonid Lavrovsky's and John Cranko's Romeo and Juliet
    Amy Rodgers, Mount Holyoke College
  801. Both Goddess and Woman: Cleopatra and Venus
    Hanna Scolnicov, Tel-Aviv University
  802. Shakespeare, Renaissance Arts, and a Musical Myth
    B. J. Sokol, University of London, Goldsmiths College
  803. "We'll measure them a measure, and be gone": Renaissance Dance Practices and Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
    Emily Winerock, University of Pittsburgh
  804. Chapter 30 of Leviathan: Hobbes and the Question of Public Instruction
    Myriam-Isabelle Ducrocq, Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
  805. Hobbesian Sovereignty and “the Safety of the People”
    Eleanor Ann Curran, University of Kent
  806. Hobbes’s Leviathan 30: Why the Sovereign’s “Office” Is Essentially a “Duty”
    Raffaella Santi, Università degli Studi di Urbino "Carlo Bo"
  807. Textual Transmission and the Meaning of Space: From the Byzantine to the European Renaissance
    Rebecca Darley, Warburg Institute
  808. Animi delectationis gratia: Conrad Gesner and Mountain Writing in Sixteenth-Century Switzerland
    William Barton, King's College London
  809. The Entrails of the Earth: Embodied Environments and the French Wars of Religion
    Jennifer Helen Oliver, University of Oxford
  810. Mapping Africans in the Seventeenth Century
    Bernhard Klein, University of Kent
  811. Traveling Objects and Configuration of Images across the Seas
    Linda Baez-Rubi, Warburg Institute
  812. Philologikōs or Technikōs? Issues of Genre and Tradition in Early Modern Environmental Discourse (1581–1667)
    Sara Olivia Miglietti, University of Warwick
  813. An Ixiptla Named Image
    Emilie Ana Carreón Blaine, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México
  814. Rethinking the Christian "Holy Land"
    Daniel Reynolds, Birmingham University
  815. On Charlemagne’s Shoulders: Constructions of Europe as Historical Space Mirrored in Albrecht Dürer’s Visualizations of the Frankish Emperor
    Johannes von Mueller, Warburg Institute
  816. Print Portraits and Gendered Exemplars in Late Fifteenth-Century Italy
    Valerie Hoagland, New York University
  817. Vanishing Women in Jacopo da Strada and Guillaume Rouille
    Susan Gaylard, University of Washington
  818. The Tapestries of Mary, Queen of Scots: Consumer, Spectratrix, Needleworker
    Susan C. Frye, University of Wyoming
  819. Allegorical Drama and Spiritual Practice in the Works of Fabio Glissenti (1542–1615)
    Eugenio Refini, Johns Hopkins University
  820. The Textualities of Lace
    Georgianna Ziegler, Folger Shakespeare Library
  821. A Siren on the Sea of Christ’s Blood: Angelo Grillo and the Eroticization of Spiritual Petrarchism
    Shannon McHugh, New York University
  822. Bologna, Marian City, in the Drawings of Francesco Cavazzoni
    Gabriella Zarri, Università degli Studi di Firenze
  823. Female-Authored Misogyny and Exemplarity in Laura Cereta’s Letterbook
    Aileen A. Feng, University of Arizona
  824. "Because they are poor, they go about spinning": Sixteenth-Century Spinners in Three Italian Costume Books
    Ann Rosalind Jones, Smith College
  825. Arcangela Tarabotti on Fashion and Freedom
    Elissa B. Weaver, University of Chicago
  826. Roger Montague’s Challenge to “women’s work, women’s gifts” in Elizabeth I’s Wardrobe
    Maria Hayward, University of Southampton
  827. Gendering the Sampler: “So delicate with her needle”
    Anna Riehl Bertolet, Auburn University
  828. "Marring Matter": Embodied Muses and the Incarnate God in English Sacred Verse
    Whitney Blair Taylor, Northwestern University
  829. "Never at quiet tormenting passion, what more canst thou desire?": Voicing Passion in Mary Wroth’s Urania
    Gretchen Hitt, University of Toronto
  830. "Per natura capace di ogni ornamento e di perfezzione": Nicolas Poussin’s Concept of Perfection
    Henry Keazor, University of Heidelberg
  831. "And is a friend to Lady Venus": Chinese Heating Simples in Renaissance Florence
    Irene Backus, University of Chicago
  832. "Sum quia pictura": The Garrulous Image in the Early Renaissance
    Peter Dent, University of Bristol
  833. "Vnd bringet vns das Pandor her": Lute Instruments and Music in the Dramatic Works by Duke Heinrich Julius of Braunschweig-Lüneburg and the English Comedians in Wolfenbüttel
    Sigrid Wirth, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  834. Extravagance and Economy: Sixteenth-Century Anatomical Prints with Movable Flaps
    Theresa Jane Smith, Harvard University
  835. "Welcome to my house”: Self-Representation in Fourteenth-Century Venice
    Stefania Coccato, Università di Venezia Ca' Foscari
  836. Drawing the Line
    Bronwen Wilson, University of East Anglia
  837. Mapping Angels
    Angela C. Vanhaelen, McGill University
  838. In between Points and Lines: Time and Movement in an Early Modern Itinerary
    Miriana Carbonara, University of East Anglia
  839. (De)Constructing the Catholic Enemy: English Anti-Popery, 1621–41
    Emma Turnbull, Balliol College, University of Oxford
  840. "Always welcome in the Infanta’s chambers": Female Religious Patronage in Habsburg Service — Anne of Croy (1564–1635), Duchess of Aarschot
    Mirella Marini, University of Antwerp
  841. The Archdukes and the Cult of Saints in the Province of Cambrai
    Andrew Spicer, Oxford Brookes University
  842. Opus regium: On the Longue Durée of the Matthias Calvary in Esztergom Cathedral
    Erika Kiss, Hungarian National Museum, Budapest
  843. The World-Revealing Cup by Mīr Ḥusayn al-Maybūdī (d. 909/1503–04) and Its Latin Translation by Abraham Ecchelensis
    Reza Pourjavady, Freie Universität Berlin
  844. Are You Ready for Your Close-Up? The Stein Quadriptych and the Pains of Narrative Immediacy
    Brendan Sullivan, New York University
  845. A Monarchy of Courts: The Viceregal System
    Manuel Rivero Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  846. A Reconsideration of Bardi Patronage between Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella, Florence
    Damien Cerutti, University of Lausanne
  847. Against the Sacralization of the Sistine Ceiling: The Worldly Fraud of the Palace Chapel
    Benjamin Braude, Boston College
  848. Albrecht Dürer and the Origins of the Costume Book
    Hiram Morgan, University College Cork
  849. All the World’s Weapons in One Room: The Uffizi Armory as a Metaphor of Colonial Exchange
    Monica Dominguez Torres, University of Delaware
  850. Re/Conversion at Home and Abroad: The Case of Maerten de Vos
    Stephanie Porras, Tulane University
  851. Exporting Caravaggio: The Art of Diplomacy in the Spanish Empire
    Erin Benay, Case Western Reserve University
  852. Alfonso de Cartagena and George of Trebizond: Two Rhetorical Influences in Alfonso de Palencia’s Humanistic Works
    Rubén Maillo-Pozo, SUNY, New Paltz
  853. Allegorical Analogies: The Poetical Construction of Henry More's Cosmology
    Cassandra Gorman, University of Cambridge
  854. Amerindian Women in the Jesuit Relations
    Mary Dunn, St. Louis University
  855. An English Sonneteer in Kassel: Francis Segar’s Die erst Probe . . . In der teutshen Poeterey (1610)
    Martin Spies, Justus Liebig University Giessen
  856. An Ottoman Envoy in France: Muteferrika Syleyman Aga’s Mission to the Court of Louis XIV, 1669
    Phil McCluskey, University of Sheffield
  857. Anatolian Networks and the Transmission of the Zayni Sufi Order to the Ottoman World
    Hasan Karatas, University of St Thomas
  858. Modesty and the Singer
    Laurie Stras, University of Southampton
  859. Moving Audiences, Popes, and Kings: Baltasar del Río (1480–1540) and the Rebirth of Public Oratory
    Marta Albala Pelegrin, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
  860. "The ear-deaf’ning voice o’th’ oracle": Vocal Marvel in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale
    Ariane Helou, University of California, Santa Cruz
  861. Ancient Authors for Modern Problems: On the Teaching of Franciscus Tidicaeus (1554–1617) at the Toruń Gymnasium Academicum
    Danilo Facca, Polska Akademia Nauk
  862. Anglo-Dutch Seafarers and Musical Diplomacy in the Age of Discovery
    Basil Considine, Walden University
  863. Shakespeare’s Old Ladies
    Naomi Conn Liebler, Montclair State University
  864. Death and the Maiden: Elizabeth I’s Triumph of Melancholy
    Kaara L. Peterson, Miami University of Ohio
  865. Outliving the Fashion: John Taylor’s The Old, Old, Very Old Man
    Christopher C. Martin, Boston University
  866. The Incas’ Llamas: The Kinetic Landscapes of Inca Cajamarca
    Adam Herring, Southern Methodist University
  867. Collaborators or Contributors? Sculptors and Sculpture Production for the Florentine Apparato of 1565
    Anne E. Proctor, Roger Williams University
  868. Global Goods, Local Artisans: Blue and White Ceramic Production in the Early Modern World
    Meha Priyadarshini, Columbia University
  869. Jews and the Dutch Colonization of the Americas
    Elisa C. Mandell, California State University, Fullerton
  870. Ariosto’s Lives (1549–1810)
    Gianluca Genovese, Suor Orsola Benincasa University
  871. Art and Soundscape in the Medici Chapel
    Peter Gillgren, Stockholm University
  872. Art History, the Modernity of the Baroque, and the Abuse of the Spiritual Exercises
    Evonne Levy, University of Toronto
  873. At the Centre of Catholic Europe (1560–1660)
    Gianvittorio Signorotto, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia
  874. Athanasius Kircher (1602–80) and the Archaeological Landscape between Science and Art in the Seventeenth Century
    Camilla Fiore, Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
  875. Aretino’s Virgil: Rewriting as Textual Paradox
    Irene Fantappie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  876. Mirror and Reflection between Theology and Painting in the Age of Nicholas of Cusa
    Elena Filippi, Alanus Hochschule für Kunst und Gesellschaft Alfter, Bonn
  877. Anamorphosis: A Baroque Aesthetic
    Jon R. Snyder, University of California, Santa Barbara
  878. Aurelio Luini, Simone Peterzano, and Titian
    Lucia Tantardini, University of Cambridge
  879. Under the Sign of Harpocrates: The Mythology of Secrecy in Early Modern Europe
    Jorge Ledo, Universität Basel
  880. Bartholomaeus Scultetus’s Unpublished Manuscript of Ephemerides bibliorum (1583) and the Problem of Chronology of the Old Testament
    Michal Choptiany, University of Warsaw
  881. Bartolomé Ordóñez and the Tomb of Juana La Loca in Granada: Italianism, Spanish Renaissance, and the European Politics of Charles V
    Tommaso Giovanni Mozzati, Università degli Studi di Perugia
  882. Between Art and Artillery, Alfonso I d’Este and Renaissance Ferrara
    Marialucia Menegatti, University of Padua
  883. Between Politics and Poetics: The Emergence of Dutch Renaissance Authorship during the Revolt (1568–1648)
    Nina Geerdink, Radboud University Nijmegen
  884. Beyond the City Walls: Books in Rural France during the Renaissance
    Malcolm Walsby, University of Rennes II
  885. Beyond the Collective: Antonello da Messina's Portraits of Venetian Citizens
    Elizabeth Perkins, Columbia University
  886. Metamorphosing Mirrors in Mirtilla and Amor nello specchio
    Alexia Ferracuti, Yale University
  887. Can We Share Relativist Myths about 1400-1750?
    Jennifer Nelson, Michigan Society of Fellows
  888. Turcica, Arabica, Neoritici: How Early Modern European Libraries Discovered World History
    Paola Molino, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung
  889. Illustrating Holy Scripture as an Act of Veneration: The Bible of Hans Plock
    Maria Deiters, Ev. Landeskirche Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz
  890. Commodity Kate: Actor Wagers and Gambling Culture in The Taming of the Shrew
    Donald Hedrick, Kansas State University
  891. Constructing the Creole Preacher: Juan de Espinosa Medrano, Creole Deixis, and Baroque Preaching
    Juan Vitulli
  892. Context and Algebra: An Origin Story
    Abram Kaplan, Columbia University
  893. The Interplay between Texts and Paratexts in Henry Carey’s Translations from the Italian Language
    Giovanni Iamartino, Università degli Studi di Milano; Alessandra Manzi, University of Basilicata
  894. The Pulpit, the Square, and the Kitchen: Reconstructing Lay "Theologies" in the Late Middle Ages
    Sabrina Corbellini, University of Groningen
  895. Genre Reflections: The Mirror of Princes in Sixteenth-Century France
    Marcus Keller, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  896. "In summa, nulla in venenis est certa ars": Paradoxes, Secrets, and Doubts in Early Modern Concepts of Poisoning
    Bettina Wahrig, Technische Universitaet Braunschweig
  897. Crusade and Commemoration: The Timely Death of the Cardinal of Portugal in Florence and His Chapel
    Linda A. Koch, John Carroll University
  898. Attraktion und Kodierung: Kabbala und Emblematik in der frühen Neuzeit
    Florian Hadler, Universität der Künste Berlin
  899. Secrecy and Revelation in Ulrich Boner’s Der Edelstein: Reading Pfister’s Illustrated Printing of 1461
    Staffan Bengtsson, Uppsala university
  900. Gabriele Biondo and Bernardino López de Carvajal: Spiritual Charisma and Political Power in Renaissance Italy
    Michele Lodone, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  901. The Miter of the Kreuzlingen Abbey as objet de memoir
    Caroline Vogt, Abegg-Stiftung, Riggisberg
  902. Dead or Alive? The Body of Lazarus in Cinquecento Painting
    Pascale Dubus, Université Paris1-Panthéon-Sorbonne
  903. La grandissima selva della materia: The Forest as Metaliterary Symbol in Early Modern Italy
    Troy Tower, Johns Hopkins University
  904. Humanist Loci: Pontano’s Metaliterary Spaces and the Classical Tradition
    Luke Roman, Memorial University, Newfoundland
  905. Diaetetica sacra: The Pious Diet and the Early Modern Culture of Purity
    Anthony Mahler, Universität Tübingen
  906. Girolamo Fracastoro and Faculty Psychology
    Sander De Boer, University of Groningen
  907. Diplomatic Packages: Rubens and Transmission of Italian disegno to Velázquez
    Lisa A. Banner, Independent Scholar
  908. Discerning Ideas: Cartesian Doubt and the Ignatian Exercises
    Christopher Wild, University of Chicago
  909. Doctresses in Distress: Marriage, Manhood, and the Crisis of Clerical Gentility in Late Seventeenth-Century England
    Michelle Wolfe, University of Utah
  910. Early Reception of Aristotelian Poetics
    Rolf Lohse, Universtity Bonn
  911. Framing a Life: Patronage and the Viola da Gamba at the Court of Isabella d’Este
    Elizabeth A. Weinfield, CUNY, The Graduate Center and The Metropolitan Museum
  912. Eaters, Sausagemakers, and Cheese-Hunters: Perceptions and Representations of Food and Lent in Reformation Europe
    Christopher Kissane, London School of Economics and Political Science
  913. El Cid, Cervantes, and the Role of Revenge in Law
    Michael S. Scham, University of St. Thomas
  914. El Greco Revising and Improving Michelangelo
    Karin Hellwig, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte
  915. "From Translation All Science Had It’s Of-spring": Florio, Montaigne, and Shakespeare’s Canibal
    Peter G. Platt, Barnard College
  916. Identité humaniste, idéologie de l'histoire et culture universitaire à Padoue au XVe siècle
    Clémence Revest, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Centre Roland Mousnier
  917. Hybridity or Continuity? Byzantine Monastic Practice in Early Modern Cyprus
    Nikolas Bakirtzis, The Cyprus Institute
  918. Milton and Spinoza
    Russ Leo, Princeton University
  919. Milton, Newton, and the Life of Matter
    Stephen M. Fallon, University of Notre Dame
  920. Extraordinary Affections: Spirit in Milton and Hobbes
    Ross Lerner, Princeton University
  921. Establishing the Tudor dynasty: Francesco Piccolomini’s Role in Rome as First Cardinal Protector of England
    Sue May, Birmingham City University
  922. Anatomizing Animals in Seventeenth-Century Europe
    Florencia Pierri, Princeton University
  923. European News Culture during the English Civil Wars: Nouvelles Ordinaires de Londres (1650–61)
    Jason Peacey, University College London
  924. Evidence-Lines as Imaging Method in Leonardo Da Vinciʼs Drawings
    Fabiana Cazzola, Freie Universitaet Berlin
  925. "The Merchant’s Eye": A New Perception of Exotic Animals
    Patricia Lurati, University of Zurich
  926. Donne, Copernicus, Bruno: Fantasies of Space
    Timothy John Duffy, New York University
  927. The New Baptisteries of Renaissance Italy: New Light on Old Buildings
    Areli Marina, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  928. Filippo Strozzi’s Prison Notebooks: Civic Humanism or Opportunism?
    Marcello Simonetta, Sciences Po Paris
  929. Frans Francken and Co: The Dynastic Aspect of Workshop Practices in Antwerp ca. 1600
    Natasja A. Peeters, Royal Army Museum
  930. From Prophet to Poet: Women and the Struggle over Access to Knowledge in the Early Reformation
    Cait Stevenson, University of Notre Dame
  931. Galeazzo Alessi, the Sauli Family, and Genoa: When Two Worlds Collide
    Rebecca Gill, University of Leeds
  932. The Miraculous Image and "The Renaissance'" in Genoa
    Gervase Rosser, University of Oxford; Jane Garnett, University of Oxford
  933. Geert Grote and the Status and Functions of Images in Meditative Practices
    Ingrid Falque, Université Catholique de Louvain
  934. Gabriel Metsu’s Naked Self-Portrait
    Martha Hollander, Hofstra University
  935. Gemähl versus Emblem Pictura: The Inaptness of Linear Perspective (Harsdörffer's Sinnbildkunst)
    Steffen Bodenmiller, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin
  936. Giovanni Andrea I Doria as Patron of the Arts
    Laura Stagno, Università degli Studi di Genova
  937. Amedeo Menez de Silva a Roma: San Pietro in Montorio
    Flavia Cantatore, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"
  938. Genoa at Mid-Cinquecento: The Image of La Superba in Two Flemish Cityscapes, Anton van den Wyngaerde’s Etching and Jan Massys’s Venus Cythereia
    Maria-Clelia Galassi, Università degli Studi di Genova
  939. Genoese Merchant Bankers and the Diffusion of Artistic Models in Genoa
    Eliane Roux, Independent Scholar
  940. Galeazzo Alessi, Luca Cambiaso e la ricerca di modelli operativi in un tardo rinascimento a Genova
    Lauro Magnani, Universita degli Studi di Genova
  941. The Renaissance Revived at the Nineteenth-Century Cemetery of Staglieno in Genoa
    Hannah Malone, Cambridge University
  942. Georgius Huszthi and the Muslim Other: Expressing Identities in a Sixteenth-Century Latin Ottoman Captivity Narrative
    Gorana Stepanic, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula
  943. The Treaty of Tordesillas and the Dispute over Papal Power
    Benjamin Slingo, St John's College, University of Cambridge
  944. Diego de Avendaño, SJ, (1594–1688) on Probabilism and “Rulership”
    Roberto Hofmeister Pich, PUCRS / Porto Alegre, Brazil
  945. The Political Dimension of Economics in the Early Scholastica colonialis
    Alfredo Santiago Culleton, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos
  946. Religious Dissent in the Italian Translation of Alfonso de Valdés’s Dialogues in Lettere and Rime Anthologies (1543–46)
    Gloria Vezzosi, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  947. Giovanbattista Strozzi the Younger (1551–1634) and His Osservationi intorno al parlare e scrivere fiorentino
    Anna Siekiera, Università del Molise
  948. "Pazzia" as "bravura" from Isabella Andreini to Anna Lucia de Amicis, from Theater to Opera
    Gianni Cicali, Georgetown University
  949. Gossiping and Joking about Sex in Renaissance France and England
    Anna Blaen, University of Exeter
  950. Religious Violence and the Clergy in 1640s Ireland
    Joan E. Redmond, University of Cambridge, St. John's College
  951. Handling "Living Collectibles": Keepers of Exotic Animals in Renaissance Italy
    Sarah Cockram, University of Glasgow
  952. Historical Tragedy and the End of Christian Humanism: Nicolaus Vernulaeus (1583–1649)
    James A. Parente, University of Minnesota
  953. Icons of the Sublime: Waterfalls and Volcanoes
    Helen Langdon, British School at Rome
  954. Reading Aristotle's Topics in the Fifteenth Century
    Barbara Bartocci, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  955. Paul of Venice on the Abstract Essence of Sensible Accidents
    Luca Gili, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  956. Teaching Aristotle at the University of Louvain, 1425–1500
    Serena Masolini, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  957. (Anti-)Aristotelian Psychology in Fifteenth-Century Padua
    Thomas Jeschke, Universität zu Köln
  958. Images of the Virgin and the Child Garlanded with Flowers of Jan Brueghel the Elder: Still Life or Devotional Images?
    Elinor Myara Kelif, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
  959. Bronzino’s Beauty
    Stuart Lingo, University of Washington, Seattle
  960. In His Own Words: Antonio Molino on His Life and Career
    Rebecca Edwards, Saint Martin's University
  961. In Search of Music Affects: Barbaro’s Translation of Vitruvio’s De Architectura and Ercole Bottrigari’s La Mascara
    Antonio Cascelli, Maynooth University
  962. Institutions and Revolts in the Mezzogiorno: The Seggio del popolo of Naples (1495–1648)
    Saverio Di Franco, Università degli Studi G. D'Annunzio, Chieti-Pescara
  963. Rewriting Xenophon: John Bulteel, Madeleine de Scudéry, and the Politics of Absolutism
    Edwina Christie, University of Oxford
  964. Pedro Gonzalez and the Wild Man Tradition
    M. A. Peg Katritzky, The Open University
  965. Italian Renaissance Cuttings of Miniatures in French Collections of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
    Gennaro Toscano, Institut National du Patrimoine
  966. Joachim von Sandrart and His Circle of Travelling Engravers in Rome
    Josua Walbrodt, Freie Universität Berlin
  967. John Donne's Fear at Going into Germany
    Ronald Huebert, Dalhousie University
  968. After 1577: Regenerating the Venetian School of Painting
    Giorgio Tagliaferro, University of Warwick
  969. Keeping Track and Keeping House at the Medici Villas
    Marta Caroscio, The Medici Archive Project
  970. Pity as a Political Emotion in Early Modern France
    Natalia Obukowicz, University of Warsaw
  971. La conscience: Un concept ambigu dans l'Histoire de la Réforme (Sébastien Castellion et Martin Luther)
    Gregor Wierciochin, Université du Mans
  972. The Musical Citizen: G. F. Busenello in Seicento Society
    Matthew Lubin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  973. La “rota che si muove di moto circonvolubile ventilante"
    Andrea Bernardoni, Museo Galileo
  974. Landscapes in the Figure: Generative Damage in Giambologna’s Appennino
    Catherine Walsh, Boston University
  975. New Findings about the Painterly Practices and Techniques of Albrecht Dürer
    Katherine C. Luber, San Antonio Museum of Art
  976. Language and the Discrimination of Colors in the Time of Titian and Veronese
    Paul Hills, Courtauld Institute of Art
  977. Laonikos Chalkokondyles and Hellenic Identity
    Aslihan Akisik Karakullukcu, Princeton University
  978. Episodes of Innovation, Reception, and Propulsion in the History of Art in Genoa between the Duecento and the Early Quattrocento
    Clairo Di Fabio, Università degli Studi di Genova
  979. Leonardo and Dante
    Anna Pegoretti, University of Warwick
  980. Letters In/As/On Material Objects
    Erika Mary Boeckeler, Northeastern University
  981. German Othellos
    Ayanna Thompson, George Washington University
  982. Musical Storms and Magical Islands: Germany and the Invention of Operatic Shakespeare
    William P. Germano, Cooper Union
  983. Resurrection Theory and Poetic Form: Donne, Herbert, Vaughan
    Daniel Juan Gil, Texas Christian University
  984. Machiavelli and Cervantes: Theorizing Nation and Theorizing Themselves
    Patricia E. Vilches, Lawrence University
  985. Universal Time and Christian Chronology in the Fasciulus Temporum
    Andrea Worm, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  986. The Thames Watermen: Disreputable Agents of Conversion in Early Modern London
    Sarah Crover, University of British Columbia
  987. The Merchant’s Gaze: Localized Motifs, Regional Description, and the Phenomenology of Place in Pieter Bruegel’s Suburban Landscapes
    Rachel-Anne Johnson, University of California, Santa Barbara
  988. Substantial Conversions: Desiring and Directed Materials in Early Modern England
    Helen Smith, University of York
  989. On the Verge: Ecological Conversion in John Lyly’s Gallathea
    Patricia Badir, University of British Columbia
  990. Granvelle and His European Networks
    François Pernot, Université de Cergy-Pontoise
  991. The Consulte e pratiche during the Medici-regime: Cosimo de’ Medici and the Florentine Republic (1434–64)
    Heinrich Lang, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
  992. Utopias and Thomas More’s Three Identities
    Richard Saage, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Witteberg
  993. Leonardo’s Afterlife in Rubens’s Studies of Nature
    Catherine H. Lusheck, University of San Francisco
  994. The Weight of Water
    Paolo Cavagnero, Independent Scholar
  995. Cafà's Clouds: The Stuff of Seicento Sculpture
    Shawon K. Kinew, Harvard University
  996. The Mirror as Productive Paragon of Painting?
    Johanna Scherer, Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig
  997. Dreadful Stories: Calamities and Propaganda in Spanish Naples
    Domenico Cecere, University of Naples "Federico II"
  998. Circular versus Elliptic: Fireworks and the Foundation of Modern Ballistics
    Bernhard Rösch, Independent Scholar
  999. The Pedagogy of Fear: Spanish Inquisition, Urban Spaces, and Auto-da-fés in Sixteenth-Century Sicily
    Salvatore Bottari, University of Messina
  1000. Le Vroy Gargantua (c. 1533): nouvelles investigations
    Raphaël Cappellen, Université Paris Diderot Paris VII
  1001. Renegades from the Kingdom of Naples in the Ottoman Empire and the Barbary Regencies
    Mirella Vera Mafrici, University of Salerno
  1002. War After Babel: Linguistic Plurality and Warfare in Early Modern France
    Paul E. Cohen, University of Toronto
  1003. Multilingualism in Renaissance France: The Terminology of Stigmatization
    David Cowling, Durham University
  1004. In the Light (and Shadow) of Leo X: Graffiti, Inscriptions, and Epigraphy in Florence (1515–25)
    Maddalena Spagnolo, Università degli Studi di Napoli
  1005. Afterlives and the Enclosed Gardens: A Case Study on Mixed Media, Remnant Art, Récyclage, and Gender
    Barbara Baert, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  1006. Reinventing the Crucifixion: The Crown of Thorns and a New Royal Cult in France
    Emily Davenport Guerry, University of Oxford
  1007. Reliquaries Re-Formed and Reinvented as Tableware Vessels in Post-Reformation Europe
    Victoria Jackson, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham
  1008. The Cardinal of Granvelle as a Witness and Actor of the Religious Issues of His Times
    Monique Weis, Université Libre de Bruxelles
  1009. Granvelle, a European?
    Julia Benavent, Universitat de València
  1010. Dissent and Divergence in Hendrick ter Brugghen’s Denial of Peter
    Natasha Seaman, Rhode Island College
  1011. Monstrous Demonstrations: Pierre Belon’s Dramatic Rediscovery of the Dolphin
    Jeremie Charles Korta, Harvard University
  1012. The Daughters of Thomas Palaiologos: A Comparison of Cultural Translation
    Lana Sloutsky, Boston University
  1013. Ottoman Reports on the Anti-Habsburg Uprising in the Netherlands
    Markus Koller, University of Bochum
  1014. How Do We Know Atoms? Pierre Gassendi’s Epistemology of Atomism
    Rodolfo Garau, Università degli Studi di Torino
  1015. Explaining Divination in Dreams within Sixteenth-Century Italian Aristotelianism: Aristotle's Anti-Democriteanism Reconsidered
    Roberto Lo Presti, Humboldt University
  1016. Traditions of Monochrome and Polychrome Sculpture
    Elisabeth Sobieczky, University of Colorado Boulder
  1017. The Narrative Potential of Whiteness: Serpotta’s Oratorio del Rosario di S. Zita
    Kirsten Lee Bierbaum, Universität zu Köln
  1018. John Donne and the Temporality of Resurrection
    Timothy M. Harrison, University of Chicago
  1019. Sensational Donne: Devotional Pains and Pleasures
    Michael Schoenfeldt, University of Michigan
  1020. Girolamo Mei, Early Opera, and Experience
    Joseph Perna, New York University
  1021. "Ad ogni gente farò caritade": Staging Charity in Fifteenth-Century Bologna
    Pietro Delcorno, Radboud University Nijmegen
  1022. Confraternal Charity in the Bolognese Contado
    Matthew Sneider, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  1023. Idea and Authorship in Renaissance Architecture
    Diane Ghirardo, University of Southern California
  1024. Evidence of Leonardo da Vinci’s Resources for Palaces and Canals in Romorantin
    Matthew Landrus, University of Oxford
  1025. Regional Communities and Venetian Statehood
    Oliver Jens Schmitt, University of Vienna
  1026. Heiresses and Venetian Mediation in the Fifteenth-Century Mediterranean
    Holly S. Hurlburt, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
  1027. Attracting Patrons in the Accademia di San Luca
    Matthijs Jonker, University of Amsterdam
  1028. Blasphemy as a Mode of Piety
    Asghar Seyed-Gohrab, Leiden University
  1029. Safavid Astarabad during the Sixteenth Century: Peasants, Religious Scholars, Sayyids, and the Sovereign
    Rula Abisaab, McGill University
  1030. Images of the Courtier in Flemish Thesis Prints (Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries)
    Gwendoline de Muelenaere, Université Catholique de Louvain
  1031. Artists in convento
    Theresa Vella, University of Malta
  1032. Tombs and the Imago doctoris in Cathedra in Northern Italy (1300–80)
    Ruth Wolff, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1033. The Need for Devotion: Medieval and Renaissance Altarpieces Set within Baroque Decoration
    Orso-Maria Piavento, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  1034. Memorializing the Individual in Renaissance Florence: The Terra Verde cycle in Palazzo Rucellai
    Katharine Stahlbuhk, University of Hamburg / Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz
  1035. In between the Classes: Normative Corporate Design versus a Delusive Corporate Identity in Santo Spirito
    Claudia Jentzsch, Universität der Künste Berlin
  1036. Reform in Action: Lorenzo Giustiniani’s Synodicon of 1438
    L. Giovanna Urist, Syracuse University
  1037. Reforming the Camaldulensian Order: Pope Eugenius IV and Ambrogio Traversari
    Simona Iaria, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
  1038. Voice and Sound in Architecture before the Science of Acoustics
    Carla Bromberg, CESIMA
  1039. "Painters Come and Go": Angelo de Coster (1680–1736) between Venice, Rome, and Piran
    Vesna Kamin Kajfež, Independent Scholar
  1040. How to Write a History of Latin Literature: The Case of Petrus Crinitus
    Anna Mastrogianni, Democritus University of Thrace
  1041. The Paratext as a Hypertext: Orlando Furioso and the Digital Remediation of the Renaissance Book
    Paolo Gervasi, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  1042. Why Write to the King in a Language He Cannot Understand?
    Stephen Murphy, Wake Forest University
  1043. The Unruly Body or the “New Normal”: Rabelais’s Pathological Imagination
    Yuri Kondratiev, Brown University
  1044. Kirchen Cron or Baalsfeldzeichen? The Organ as a Sign of Confessional Identity, 1560–1660
    Sarah Davies, New York University
  1045. The Devil in the Renaissance
    Justine Walden, Yale University
  1046. "A Thing Full of Impudence": Illicit Sex in Early Caroline England
    Johanna Luthman, University of North Georgia
  1047. The Alphabetic Order and the Order of the World in the Renaissance
    Laurence de Looze, University of Western Ontario
  1048. Bentvueghels’s Life on Display: Genesis of Domenicus van Wijnen’s Paintings Representing the Netherlandish Schildersbent in Rome
    Tania De Nile, Università della Calabria
  1049. The Spectacle of Reform: Religious Theatre and Scenography in Seventeenth Century Milan
    Andrew Horn, University of Edinburgh
  1050. Enjoying Heaven: Cardinal Bellarmine's View of Happiness
    Maria Tausiet, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC)
  1051. Municipal Administration in Macao (Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries): The “Asianization” of an Iberian Political Model
    Filipa Roldão, Universidade de Lisboa
  1052. "Nature is not the highest cause": Simplicius in Bessarion's Treatise De Natura et Arte
    Monica Marchetto, Università di Palermo
  1053. "Of a Tender Age": Ideals of Childhood in Early Modern Venice
    Joanne M. Ferraro, San Diego State University
  1054. Secular and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in Early Fifteenth-Century Florence
    Lorenzo Tanzini, Università di Cagliari
  1055. New Spaces, a New History: José de Acosta and His Conception of the New World
    Cristiano Casalini, Università degli Studi di Parma
  1056. La base de données RDLI (Routes du livre italien ancien en Normandie)
    Pascale Mounier, Université de Caen
  1057. "Italica biblia": Sur quelques exemplaires précieux de bibles présentes dans la base RDLI
    Ilaria Andreoli, CNRS
  1058. Alfonso Vagnoni and the Circulation of Aristotelian Meteorology in Seventeenth-Century China
    Qiong Zhang, Wake Forest University
  1059. Reading Karl Rahner and Michel Foucault Reading Loyola's Spiritual Exercises
    Moshe Sluhovsky, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  1060. Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises and Descartes’s New Method
    Ivonne del Valle, University of California, Berkeley
  1061. Johannes Tinctoris and the Rejection of Cosmic Harmony
    Ronald Woodley, Birmingham City University
  1062. God as Organ Builder: Creation Myths and Harmony of the Spheres in Kircher’s Musurgia Universalis
    Daniel Villegas Velez, University of Pennsylvania
  1063. Exercises of Attention: Ignatius, Descartes, Malebranche
    David Marno, University of California, Berkeley
  1064. Ficino and Cardano: Variations on The Dream of Scipio
    Jacomien W. Prins, University of Warwick
  1065. "There is measure in everything": Harmonious Healing and the Music of the Spheres
    Barbara Kennedy, Sussex University
  1066. Meditative Action and Early Modern Catholic Globalization . . . According to Spinoza
    J. Michelle Molina, Northwestern University
  1067. Le réel, la beauté et sa manifestation chez Ficin, Pic et Nifo
    Laurence Boulègue Labbé, Université Picardie-Jules Verne
  1068. Manifester l’harmonie universelle: Coluccio Salutati spectateur de l’union entre le pape et l’empereur
    Laurent Baggioni, Université Lyon 3
  1069. The Variety of Drawings in Pirro Ligorio’s Oxford Codex
    Ian Campbell, Edinburgh College of Art
  1070. La réception du livre italien dans les anciens Pays-Bas à la première modernité: Bilan et perspectives de recherches
    Renaud Adam, University of Liège
  1071. Spooks Watching Books in Italy and France
    Evelien Chayes, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes
  1072. Cultural Mediation and Jesuit Writings at the Outskirts of the Portuguese Empire (1660–99)
    Ane Luíse Silva Mecenas Santos, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos
  1073. Reform without Jesuits: Episcopal Use of Jesuit Methods in Seventeenth-Century Padua
    Celeste I. McNamara, College of William and Mary
  1074. Architectural Studies of Ulisse Aldrovandi
    Francesco Ceccarelli, Università di Bologna
  1075. The Archiginnasio and the Architectural Setting for Post-Tridentine Education in the Papal State
    Michael Kiene, University Cologne
  1076. Le projet Routes du livre italien ancien en Normandie
    Silvia Fabrizio Costa, Université de Caen-Basse Normandie
  1077. Creating and Copying a Miraculous Image: The Case of St. Dominic of Soriano
    Laura Fenelli, Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz
  1078. Theodoor van Loon’s Marian Cycle at Scherphenheuvel and the Hope for Miraculous Healing
    Sarah J. Moran, University of Antwerp
  1079. In the Hands of God: City-Model Offerings in Renaissance Italy
    Vittoria Camelliti, Università degli Studi di Udine
  1080. The Capilla Real in Granada: At the Roots of the Habsburg Memoria in Spain
    Judith Ostermann, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1081. The Habsburgs and the Disappearance of the Royal Tomb
    Arjan De Koomen, University of Amsterdam
  1082. Early Modern Jesuit Latinity between the Schoolroom and Poetic Competition
    Jost Eickmeyer, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  1083. The Fifteenth-Century Exegetical Body on Silius Italicus’s Punica: An Entity to Itself?
    Carlo Santini, University of Perugia
  1084. Third Order Foundations in Seventeenth-Century Bergamo and Bologna
    Liise Lehtsalu, Brown University
  1085. Female Supernatural Agency in Seventeenth-Century Spanish America
    Silvia Evangelisti, University of East Anglia
  1086. Latin et français dans une traduction française d'Aristote
    Pauline Lambert, Université Paris-Sorbonne
  1087. Memorializing Margaret of Austria: Habsburg Imperium and Art
    David Hotchkiss Price, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign
  1088. Memory between Ritual, Monument, and Print
    Mark Hengerer, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  1089. Empathic Side Walls
    Claudia La Malfa, International University Uninettuno, Italy
  1090. Circulation des langues entre latin et français (XIVe-XVIe)
    Joëlle Ducos, Université Paris V, Sorbonne
  1091. Siena, Florence, and Byzantium: Reconsidering Late Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century Commissions in Tuscany
    Sandra Cardarelli, Independent Scholar
  1092. Social Mobility and Commemoration in Seventeenth-Century Venetian Funerary Monuments
    Meredith Crosbie, University of St Andrews
  1093. Beyond Michelangelo’s Monument for Pope Julius II: Tombs and Burials in San Pietro in Vincoli
    Anett Ladegast, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1094. Between Distinctive Representation and Local Tradition: The Cappella d’Alessandro in Santa Maria di Monteoliveto, Naples
    Grit Heidemann, Universität der Künste Berlin
  1095. Ligorio’s Evidence for the Cult of Jupiter Dolichenus in Rome
    Blair Fowlkes-Childs, Metropolitan Museum of Art
  1096. Choice, by Design
    Shira Brisman, Columbia University
  1097. Theatine Spirituality between Gaetano Thiene and Gian Pietro Carafa
    Andrea Vanni, University of York
  1098. Dan Brown's Dante
    Deborah Parker, University of Virginia
  1099. Rubens’s Claim to Freedom and the "Touch of Life"
    Joao Figueiredo, University of Lisbon
  1100. Collaboration and the "Single Hand": Integrating Uniformity and Autonomy in Early Modern Theory and Criticism
    Colin A. Murray, University of Toronto
  1101. Adaptations and Repurposings of Dante in Popular Culture
    Mark Parker, James Madison University
  1102. Mechanizing the Music: Leibniz’s Modern Meaning of Harmony
    Edward Glowienka, Carroll College
  1103. "Prayerful reading": Catholics at Home with Their Devotional Books
    Abigail Brundin, University of Cambridge
  1104. "Questo vostro goffo rosario, & pieno di puzza": Divergent Devotion and the Private Sphere
    Marco Faini, University of Cambridge
  1105. Devotion in Bed in Renaissance Italy
    Mary R. Laven, Jesus College, University of Cambridge
  1106. Lost and Found in Translation: Proselytization in Early Jesuit Publications in Japan
    Yoshimi Orii, Keio University
  1107. Charlatans on Stage and in the Public Square, ca. 1600 in Spain
    Ted L. L. Bergman, University of St. Andrews
  1108. Now and Never: The Construction of Loss in Spenser’s The Ruines of Time
    J. K. Barret, University of Texas at Austin
  1109. "A Tomb once Stood in this Room": Memorials to Memorials in Post-Reformation England
    Philip A. Schwyzer, University of Exeter
  1110. Monumental Logic and Laureate Ambition in Seventeenth-Century English Lyric
    Kevin Laam, Oakland University
  1111. Calecas’s Grammar: Its Use and Contribution to the Learning of Greek in Western Europe
    Fevronia Nousia, University of Patras
  1112. A Global Vision of the Franciscan Order in the Annales Minorum
    Clare Carroll, CUNY, Queens College
  1113. Models of Crime and Social Cohesion in Cervantes’s Novelas ejemplares
    William Clamurro, Emporia State University
  1114. Greek Authors and Greek Studies in Giovanni Tortelli’s Orthographia: A World in Transition
    Paola Tomè, Ca' Foscari di Venezia
  1115. Teaching Elementary Greek in Italy at the End of the Renaissance
    Erika Nuti, Università degli Studi di Torino
  1116. Vesalius Revisited
    Justo Hernández, Universidad de La Laguna
  1117. Duvignau and/or La Croix: A Secretary at the French Embassy in Constantinople and His Double
    Gerhard Strasser, Pennsylvania State University
  1118. "Qui tollit peccata mundi": The Virtues of Agnus Dei and Devotional Jewellery in Early Modern Italy
    Irene Galandra Cooper, University of Cambridge
  1119. Smugglers and Snitches: Cheating the Tolls in Late Trecento Lucca
    Daniel Jamison, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
  1120. Paolo di Poggio: Merchant of Luxury and Agent of Cultural Exchange in Early Renaissance Europe
    Geoffrey Nuttall, Courtauld Institute of Art
  1121. Marsilio Ficino's Unprinted Translations
    Denis J. J. Robichaud, University of Notre Dame
  1122. The Commemorative Monument of the Fini Family in San Moisè: Strategies of Self-Promotion and Social Affirmation in Seventeenth-Century Venice
    Stefano Colombo, University of Warwick
  1123. From the Artist to the cittadino: Identity and Artistic Production in the Early Modern Period
    Mattia Biffis, CASVA, National Gallery of Art
  1124. La Bella Principessa: Alterations of Perception
    Kasia Wozniak, Independent Scholar
  1125. Cittadini and Celebration
    Matteo Casini, Suffolk University
  1126. A Year in the Life of the Scuole Grandi
    James S. Grubb, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  1127. Cosimo I’s Hercules
    Sascha Kansteiner, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1128. Mechanizing Ptolemy: Renaissance Reworking and Rejection of Classical Geostatic Arguments
    Pietro Daniel Omodeo, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
  1129. Visualization in Early Modern Mechanics: Images at the Interplay of Art and Science
    Joyce Van Leeuwen, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Berlin
  1130. The Peace of Venice (1177) and Its Reception Outside Venice
    Kai Michael Sprenger, Institut für Geschichtliche Landeskunde an der Universität Mainz
  1131. "To th'Monument": Queenly Shows and Transformable Memory in Antony and Cleopatra
    Briony Frost, University of Exeter
  1132. The Renaissance Matrix: The Roots of the Industrial Revolution in Early Modern Europe
    Jürgen Renn, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin; Matteo Valleriani, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin; Helge Wendt, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin
  1133. A Hostile Land? Greek Visions of Greece and the Greeks under Ottoman Rule (1400–1700)
    Han Lamers, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1134. Aliquid: The Concept of Transcendentality in Ficino
    Fosca Mariani Zini
  1135. Scholarly Self-Fashioning: Not by Book Alone
    Gadi Algazi, Tel Aviv University
  1136. Ficino and Pico on Parmenides
    Georgios Steiris, University of Athens
  1137. Fletcher’s Monument: Dynasty and Collaborative Posterity in Henry VIII
    Brian Chalk, Manhattan College
  1138. The Creative Subject in Seventeenth-Century Science: Claude Perrault
    Oded Rabinovitch, Tel Aviv University
  1139. Rubens and the Sublime
    Caroline A. van Eck, 108 Koningin Emmakade
  1140. The Spiritus in Spain
    Susan Byrne, Yale University
  1141. The Afterlife of Raphael: Petrification and Animation of Ancient Images in the Galleria Farnese
    Claudia Cieri Via, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"
  1142. Humanist Greek in the Baltic States from 1550 to 1750
    Janika Päll, Tartu University Library
  1143. From Popular Error to Trial and Error: The Influence of a Medical Concept on the Royal Society
    Sarah Elizabeth Parker, Jacksonville University
  1144. A Seventeenth-Century Tattoo of the Devil: Or, One Franciscan’s Investigations of Folk Religion in Rural New Spain
    Martin Nesvig, University of Miami
  1145. San Felipe de Jesús: Image, Identity, and Evangelization
    Eloise Quiñones Keber, CUNY, The Graduate Center
  1146. De vera vivendi libertate: Gli Opuscula (1535) di Agostino Nifo e le regole del buon vivere indirizzate a Vittoria Colonna e Gerolamo Seripando
    Gennaro Tallini, Università di Verona
  1147. A Street Brawl in Bologna: The Spanish College and the Montalto College, 1672–73
    Christopher Carlsmith, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  1148. Poggio Bracciolini and Xenophon's Cyropaedia
    Keith Sidwell, University of Calgary
  1149. Printmaking: Printed Drawing, Painting, Sculpture?
    Barbara Stoltz, Philipps Universität Marburg
  1150. Collaboration, Artifice, and Human-Animal Hybridity in the Head of Medusa and Prometheus Bound by Rubens and Snyders
    Marisa Mandabach, Harvard University
  1151. Searching for the Indian in the English East India Company: Brokers and Translators in Seventeenth-Century Trade
    Amrita Sen, Oklahoma City University
  1152. "Contrived in Nature’s Shop": Prosthetic Fragments and Divine Bodies in The Woman in the Moon
    Chloe Porter, University of Sussex
  1153. Learned Painter or Humanist Advisor? Michelangelo’s Complex Iconographies
    Marieke van den Doel, Universiteit van Amsterdam
  1154. The Venetian Landscape as Result of Economic Strategies (1400–1700)
    Paola Lanaro, Ca' Foscari di Venezia
  1155. Dante in the Age of Italian Fascism: Political and Ideological Instrumentalization of the sommo poeta
    Giovanni Borriero, Università degli Studi di Padova; Mirjam Mansen, DISSL Università degli Studi di Padova
  1156. The Palladian Villas and the Veneto Landscape
    Elena Svalduz, Università degli Studi di Padova
  1157. Mountains, Rivers, Coasts, and Lagoons: The Challenge of Environment
    Andrea Zannini, University of Udine
  1158. Latinitas, dignitas, brevitas: Historiography between Lorenzo Valla and Bartolomeo Facio
    Patrick Baker, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1159. The Transformation of Tradition: The Rediscovery of Gregory of Tours in French Historiography
    Maike Priesterjahn, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1160. The Significance of Medieval Historians in German Humanism
    Ronny Kaiser, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1161. The Patron as Humanist: Sixtus IV and the tituli of the Sistine Chapel
    David Rijser, University of Amsterdam
  1162. Identity and New Communication Codes in Pontano’s Dialogi
    Gianluca del Noce, Université de Rennes 2
  1163. Tradition and Transformation in Pontano’s Eclogae
    Carmela Vera Tufano, Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II
  1164. Acculturation and Exchange: Dutch and English Diplomatic Agents in Seventeenth-Century India
    Guido Van Meersbergen, University College London
  1165. Classical Alterity and bella maniera moderna: Giulio Romano’s Battle of the Milvian Bridge
    Peter Seiler, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1166. "Sculture sciocchissime — Sculture excellentissime": Style and Classical Viewpoints Concerning Urban Roman Battle Reliefs
    Michail Chatzidakis, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1167. Using Roman Censorship to Conserve Divergent Knowledge
    Andreea Badea, German Historical Institute in Rome
  1168. Prohibited Medical Books and Licensed Learned Readers
    Hannah Marcus, Stanford University
  1169. White Sustenance: The Conclusion of “Gascoigne’s Woodmanship”
    Gordon M. Braden, University of Virginia
  1170. The Style of Surrey’s Time
    Molly Murray, Columbia University
  1171. Traduction et auto-traduction des devises de Simeoni en France au XVIe siècle
    Monica Barsi, Università degli Studi di Milano
  1172. Costanzo Varolio's De Nervis Optics: A Case Study of Medical Experimentation within the Context of Academic Correspondence
    Fabrizio Bigotti, Warburg Institute, University of London
  1173. "Ercoli, Venere, Apollini, Lede, ed altre sue fantasie": Ancient Sculpture in Bandinelli’s Drawings
    Nicole Hegener, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1174. Meaningful Paintings: Giovanni di Paolo’s “Copies” of Sienese Trecento and Quattrocento Works
    Thomas Bohl, Mobilier National
  1175. From Sculpture to Drawing: Parmigianino’s Transformation of the Laocoon
    Saskia Schäfer-Arnold, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1176. Bellanti and Pontano Respond to Pico
    Sheila J. Rabin, Saint Peter's University
  1177. Descartes’s Botanical Studies and the Dutch Experimental Communities: Methodical Experiments, Catalogues, Natural Histories
    Fabrizio Baldassarri, Università di Parma
  1178. Praising the Love of Others
    Nikolaus Thurn, Freie Universität Berlin
  1179. Statius and Pontano’s Concept of Marital Love
    Felix Mundt, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1180. Bartolomeo Vivarini at SS. Giovanni e Paolo
    John Marciari, Morgan Library and Museum
  1181. Amator rusticus: Tibullus in the Elegies of Elisio Calenzio
    Nina Mindt, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1182. Rediscovering Michelangelo
    Marcella Marongiu, Casa Buonarroti Museum
  1183. The Road to Distinction at Court: Bankers, Global Products, and Competition over Conspicuous Consumption in Seventeenth-Century Madrid
    Alejandro García Montón, European University Institute
  1184. Looking for Hounds: The Mission of the Royal Huntsman Miguel de Esteban in 1628 and the Limits of Court Networks
    Antonio Terrasa Lozano, Universidade de Évora
  1185. The Princess of Ursins: Women, Politics, and Patronage in the Spanish Court, 1701–05
    José Antonio López Anguita, Universidad Complutense
  1186. The Resurrection Tympanum and the Cult of Mary Magdalene in Late Medieval Vienna
    Zoe Opacic, Birkbeck, University of London
  1187. Memory and the Encyclopedia: The Changing Place of Mnemonics in the System of Johann Heinrich Alsted
    Stephen Clucas, University of London, Birkbeck College
  1188. Representing Representation: The Prayer to Saint Veronica in Petrus Christus’s Portrait of a Young Man
    Samuel Mareel, University of Ghent
  1189. Memory Palaces: The Renaissance and the Contemporary World
    Lina Bolzoni, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  1190. Pioneering Naturalism with Patristic Origins Frate Antonio: Falier da Negroponte’s San Francesco della Vigna Altarpiece
    Colin Eisler, New York University
  1191. Gentile Bellini’s Miracle
    Daniel Wallace Maze, Pepperdine University
  1192. The Land Commenda in the Late Medieval Crown of Aragon and the Mobilization of Personal Savings
    Jeff Fynn-Paul, Leiden University
  1193. Books and Spatial Immunity in Shakespeare’s Drama
    Sophie Chiari, Blaise Pascal University, Clermont-Ferrand
  1194. Feminine Endings: Gender and Sound in Early Modern English Poetry
    Elizabeth Scott-Baumann, King's College London
  1195. The Experimental Culture of the Early Académie Royale des Sciences
    Katherine Mary Reinhart, University of Cambridge
  1196. Collaborative Aspects of Baconian Experimentation
    Dana Jalobeanu, University of Bucharest
  1197. Rethinking Memory with Hamlet
    Rob Carson, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  1198. Redefining Burial Practices and Social Boundaries in Fourteenth-Century Pisa at the Camposanto
    Karen Rose Mathews, University of Miami
  1199. Expert Witnessing in Early Modern English Technical Experimentation
    Cesare Pastorino, Center for the History of Knowledge and Technische Universität, Berlin
  1200. Forming a Relationship with the Devil: Seventeenth-Century English Witchcraft
    Charlotte-Rose Millar, The University of Melbourne
  1201. The Witchcraft Scene of Michael Herr and Matthäus Merian the Elder: The Emotions of Pandemonium
    Charles Francis Zika, The University of Melbourne
  1202. Women's Rights according to Lorenzo de’ Medici: The Law De testamentis between Juridical Interpretation and Political Competition
    Lorenzo Fabbri, Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore
  1203. "Denegata iustitia": Commercial Litigation with Foreigners in Renaissance Florence
    Lorenz Boeninger, Independent Scholar
  1204. La lezione del De remediis nel Quattrocento
    Margherita Sciancalepore, Università degli Studi di Bari
  1205. Alfonso V of Aragon’s Use of Bills of Exchange as an Instrument of State Policy
    Mark A. Aloisio, University of Malta
  1206. Episodi della ricezione di Petrarca nella lirica aragonese
    Sebastiano Valerio, University of Foggia
  1207. "Safe from destruction by fire": Venetian Illuminations in the Ruskin, Norton, and Gardner Collections
    Anne Marie Eze, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
  1208. Menippean Satire and Renaissance Textuality
    Helmut Pfeiffer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1209. Miniatures of the Cini Foundation of Venice: Lost Cuttings and Leaves of Devotion
    Federica Toniolo, Università degli Studi di Padova
  1210. Prophecies in Rome at the Time of Gregory XIII and Sixtus V
    Lorenzo Comensoli Antonini, Università degli Studi di Padova and Paris-Sorbonne
  1211. Words as Places: Writing Memory Code on Classical Texts
    Nicola Cipani, New York University
  1212. The Book as Instrument: Edmund Gunter and the Astronomical Quadrant
    Boris Jardine, University of Cambridge
  1213. Scholarship and Craftsmanship: The Production and Use of a Middle English Instrument Manuscript
    Seb Falk, University of Cambridge
  1214. Nicolas Rolin and Pieter Bladelin: Fluidity in Social Classes in the Fifteenth-Century Burgundian Netherlands
    Ann Adams, Courtauld Institute of Art
  1215. Momenti della ricezione di Petrarca nella storiografia letteraria
    Francesco Saverio Minervini, Università degli Studi di Bari
  1216. Commemoration through Food: Obits Celebrated by the Franciscan Nuns of Late Medieval Strasbourg
    Charlotte A. Stanford, Brigham Young University
  1217. Mysterious Geometries and Melancholy Numbers: From Ficino to Dürer
    Cristina Neagu, Christ Church College, University of Oxford
  1218. The Fifteenth-Century "Lost" Biographies of Vittorino da Feltre
    Anja-Silvia Goeing, Northumbria University
  1219. Working with Nature, Playing with Artifice: The Case of the Italian Terracotta Passion Groups (1463–1565)
    Ivana Vranic, University of British Columbia
  1220. The Sistine Chapel Viewed from the Edge and the End
    Giovanni Careri, L'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
  1221. The Margins of Expertise: Annotations, Citations, and Cross-Referencing in Sixteenth-Century Vernacular Medicine
    Hannah Murphy, Oriel College, University of Oxford
  1222. Annotating Vernacular Mathematical and Scientific Books in Early Modern Oxford
    Renee Raphael, University of California, Irvine
  1223. Burgundian Memory in English Translation: Le Chévalier Délibéré and A Trauayled Pylgrime
    Stephanie Anne Moore, University of California, Berkeley
  1224. Renaissance and Chivalry at the Literary Tertulia of the Granada Venegas
    Elizabeth Ashcroft Terry, University of California-Berkeley
  1225. Teachers in the Printing House: Remarks on the Classical Heritage and New Theories in the Publications of the Academy of Zamość
    Valentina Lepri, University of Warsaw
  1226. The Last Saxon: From Guy of Warwick to Edward Arden
    Cathryn Enis, Independent Scholar
  1227. Declining Fortunes in Renaissance Warwickshire: The Throckmortons of Coughton and a Failure of Patronage
    Susan M. Cogan, Utah State University
  1228. Shakespeare's Warwickshire and National Politics
    Glyn Parry, University of Roehampton
  1229. Forgotten Slaves: Christian Children from the Balkans and Venetian Commerce in the Adriatic Sea
    Juliane Schiel, Universität Zürich
  1230. Medieval Chronicles and Their Early Modern Readers
    Sjoerd Levelt, University of Exeter
  1231. Corrections, Additions, and Contemplations: Marking the First Printed Bible in the Dutch Vernacular, 1477
    Mart van Duijn, University of Groningen
  1232. To Live in a House Designed by Leonardo da Vinci
    Damiano Iacobone, Politecnico di Milano
  1233. Widows and Mobility in the Early Modern Spanish Atlantic
    Allyson M. Poska, University of Mary Washington
  1234. Amour, sexe et orties: Les mollesses endurcies dans la Délie de Maurice Scève
    Daniele Maira, Universität Göttingen
  1235. L'érobotanique des romanciers libertins (Cyrano de Bergerac, Sorel)
    Dominique Brancher, Universität Basel
  1236. Landino’s Commentaries on Horace (1482) and Virgil (1488) in Print
    Marijke Crab, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  1237. English Mercers and the Italians in Fifteenth-Century London
    Francesco Guidi Bruscoli, Università degli Studi di Firenze
  1238. Florentine Wages and the Black Death, 1345–54
    William Caferro, Vanderbilt University
  1239. The Inquisition, Jews, and Image Desecration
    Katherine Aron-Beller, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  1240. Landino, Alberti, and the Invention of the Neo-Vernacular
    Timothy Kircher, Guilford College
  1241. Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic: The Interdisciplinary Curriculum of the Early Seventeenth-Century Music Classroom
    Benjamin Dobbs, University of North Texas
  1242. Credit, Debt, and Economic Survival in the Hofkapellen of Early Modern Germany
    Gregory S. Johnston, University of Toronto
  1243. Controlling Sounds: Concealed Music as Natural Magic at Early Modern Courts
    Arne Spohr, Bowling Green State University
  1244. Le Roi facétieux dans les récits brefs de la Renaissance
    Marie-Claire Thomine-Bichard, Université Paris-Sorbonne
  1245. Promoting Tierra Santa in New Spain: Franciscan Appeals for the Holy Places of Jerusalem
    Karen Melvin, Bates College
  1246. Moralists or Economists? Franciscan Theologians in Recent Studies of the Medieval Usury Prohibition
    Nicola Lorenzo Barile, Università degli Studi di Padova
  1247. Troublesome Thresholds: Debating the Venetian Painted Façade
    Anna Swartwood House, Dalhousie University
  1248. The Façade of Palazzo Trevisan at Murano
    Irina Tolstoy, Columbia University
  1249. Franciscan Commitments at the Edge of the Spanish Empire
    Tatiana Seijas, Miami University
  1250. Continuity and Discontinuity in Renaissance Humanism: A Semantic Survey
    David R. Marsh, Rutgers University
  1251. Back to Byzantium: Religion, Pedagogy, and Cultural Identity in Venetian Crete
    Federica Ciccolella, Texas A&M University
  1252. The Development of One Court of the Spanish Monarchy: Brussels
    José Eloy Hortal Muñoz, URJC / IULCE
  1253. A Courtier between Madrid and Rome: Cardinal Gaspar de Borja y Velasco
    Gloria Alonso de la Higuera, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  1254. Two Degrees of Separation: Venetian Commerce and Atlantic Slavery
    Anne Ruderman, Yale University
  1255. Eulogizing Humanism: Poggio Bracciolini’s Funeral Rhetoric
    Jeroen De Keyser, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  1256. Lorenzo Valla and the errores maximorum virorum
    Clementina Marsico, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies
  1257. A Small Display of Power: Domestic Ritual and Early Modern Dutch Dollhouses
    Michelle Moseley-Christian, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
  1258. Cellini in Defense of the Small
    Beth L. Holman, Independent Scholar
  1259. Pythagoras and the Origins of Music Theory in Arabo-Persian Writings
    Andrew Hicks, Cornell University
  1260. Sound, Image, and Power: Musical Banquet Scenes in Early Modern Eurasia
    Gabriela Currie, University of Minnesota
  1261. Humanism and the Renaissance of Mathematics: Toward a Common Goal?
    Guy Claessens, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  1262. Reproducing Michelangelo: The Madonna of Silence in Print
    Alessia Alberti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
  1263. Lutes and Frontiers: Remembering and Constructing Wang Zhaojun and the Wusun Princess
    Ingrid Furniss, Lafayette College
  1264. The Socinian Adaptation of Aristotelian Ethics on the Basis of Crell's Ethica aristotelica ad Sacrarum Literarum normam emendate
    Anna Maria Laskowska, Polish Academy of Sciences
  1265. Learning Greek in Renaissance Poland: Some Remarks on a Greek Translation of a Cicero's Speech
    Roberto Peressin, University of Warsaw
  1266. The Pliny Quarrels Go North: Guillaume Budé and the Appropriation of Italian Humanism
    W. Scott Blanchard, Misericordia University
  1267. The Idea of Representation in Renaissance Diplomacy
    André Krischer, Univresity of Münster
  1268. Modelos and Recuerdos in El Greco's Pictorial Art
    Livia Stoenescu, Texas A&M University
  1269. El Greco among Conversos: The Case of the Chapel of Saint Joseph
    Fernando Marias, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
  1270. Lucrezia Marinella’s Evolving Reflection in The Nobility and Excellence of Women
    Laura Benedetti, Georgetown University
  1271. "A kind of pleasure follows": Delay and the Moment of Revenge
    Sarah Lewis, King's College, London
  1272. Gateways of Empire: Defining the Venetian Dominion
    Patricia Fortini Brown, Princeton University
  1273. The Porta Magna: A Threshold of Empire in Renaissance Venice
    Erin Maglaque, University of Oxford
  1274. Humanist Greek and the Translatio of Greek Studies to the North
    Tua Korhonen, University of Helsinki
  1275. Margaret of Austria in Florence, 1536
    Catherine Lucy Fletcher, University of Sheffield
  1276. Salazar de Mendoza: An Approach to El Greco’s Private Patronage through his Library
    Miriam Cera Brea, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
  1277. Michelangelo’s Prophet Daniel Revisited
    Luba Freedman, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  1278. Subtraction through Duplication: Geta e Birria's Mathematics, or Amphitryon’s Mutations in Early Modern Times
    Barbara Kuhn, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
  1279. Rewriting Plague and Mania: Lucretius and Poliziano’s Sylva in scabiem
    Tobias Roth, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1280. Early Modern Fantasies of the Heroic Mnemonist
    Robert Grant Williams, Carleton University
  1281. Hippocrates for Statesmen: The Retratti d'aphorismi of Ippolito de' Medici
    Clément Auguste Godbarge, New York University
  1282. "Il teatro delle acque": Seventeenth-Century Musical Celebrations for the Aldobrandini in the Seventeenth Century
    Giulia Anna Romana Veneziano, Conservatorio di Musica San Pietro a Majella di Napoli
  1283. Producing a Spectacle in Baroque Rome: Orsini’s Private Theater
    Anne-Madeleine Goulet, Le Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), Paris
  1284. Transmission and Transformations of Time Imagery in Medieval and Renaissance "translatio" Propaganda
    Simona Cohen, Tel Aviv University
  1285. Expanding Language, Expanding Culture: Re-Creating Classical Texts and Images
    Marilina Gianico, Université de Haute-Alsace
  1286. Competing for Control of Florence’s Waters: Artistic Rivalry at the Medici Court
    Bruce L. Edelstein, New York University Florence
  1287. "But here it is": Recalling the Deixis of Memory
    Scott Newstok, Rhodes College
  1288. Peregrinations and the Grand Tour
    Karin Wurst, Michigan State University
  1289. German Boccaccio and the Poetics of Early Modern Czech Novels
    Jan Hon, Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München
  1290. The Rule and the Water in Turin at the End of the Sixteenth Century
    Cristina Cuneo, Politecnico di Torino
  1291. Nudités manifestes
    Émilie Séris, Université Paris IV Paris-Sorbonne
  1292. Révélations oniriques: Comment figurer les rêves ?
    Virginie Leroux, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
  1293. Recovering Medieval Memory in Shakespeare's Pericles
    Jonathan Baldo, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
  1294. Donne and the Rhetoric of Experience
    Brian Cummings, University of York
  1295. Donne's Patristic Leaven
    Ramie Targoff, Brandeis University
  1296. The Court from Within: Factions, Networks, and Political Groups at Ferdinand II’s Vienna (1619–37)
    Ruben Gonzalez Cuerva, German Historical Institute in Rome
  1297. The Court in Protestant Europe through Grotius, Hobbes, and Pufendorf
    Gijs Versteegen, University Rey Juan Carlos
  1298. Reading Persius in the Fifteenth-Century Italian Humanism
    Federica Rossetti, Università di Napoli "Federico II"
  1299. Where Did Juana of Austria, Princess of Portugal, Sleep?
    Annemarie Jordan, Research Scholar, Switzerland and Centro de História de Além-Mar, Lisbon
  1300. The Social World of Giovan Battista Strozzi the Elder's Madrigali
    Lorenzo Amato, University of Tokyo
  1301. Lorenzo Strozzi, Niccolò Machiavelli, and Florentine Comedy of Early Cinquecento
    Alessio Decaria, Università di Siena
  1302. "Why do you Mome us?": William Gager, Seneca’s Hippolytus, and the Antitheatrical Controversy at Oxford
    Daniel Blank, Princeton University
  1303. Clerics, Guns, and Money
    Lu Ann Homza, College of William & Mary
  1304. Death in the Indies: Slaves, Gold, and Pious Donations in Seventeenth-Century Navarre
    Amanda Lynn Scott, Washington University in St. Louis
  1305. Appealing Peru: Basque Identity and the Potosí Mines
    Emma Otheguy, New York University
  1306. Working for a Living: Spanish and English Women Actors in the 1600s
    Elizabeth Marie Cruz Petersen, Independent Scholar
  1307. Breeding Children: The Experience of Pregnancy in Early Modern England
    Leah Astbury, University of Cambridge
  1308. Raphael in the Hands of Vasari: The Sala di Leone X and the Revised Lives
    Patricia L. Reilly, Swarthmore College
  1309. The Legacy of Raphael in the Artistic Practice: The Sketches by Polidoro da Caravaggio
    Delia Volpe, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
  1310. Notes on the Viennese Workshop of the Galli Bibiena Family
    Martina Frank, Università di Venezia Ca' Foscari
  1311. Giorgio Vasari’s Professions
    Douglas Biow, University of Texas, Austin
  1312. The Reception of Albrecht Dürer in Seventeenth-Century Venice: The Curious Case of a Carved Wooden Crucifix at Santa Maria del Pianto
    Allison M. Sherman, Queen's University, Canada
  1313. The Villa d’Este at Tivoli in Marc-Antoine Muret’s Tibur (1571) and Ugo Foglietta’s Tybertinum (1569)
    George Hugo Tucker, University of Reading
  1314. Mental Asylums in Early Modern Venice: A Revolving Doors Custody System
    Andrea Ottone, Ohio State University
  1315. Giorgio Vasari on the Writings of Benvenuto Cellini
    Thomas Willette, University of Michigan
  1316. Vasari's Arch of Constantine: Aesthetic Ideals, Classicism, and Historicism
    Melinda Schlitt, Dickinson College
  1317. Marco Polo, Maps, and Venetian Visions of the Expanding World in the Sixteenth Century
    Elizabeth A. Horodowich, New Mexico State University
  1318. L’Angelo Bianco, a Talking Mirror (Rome, 1567)
    Thomas V. Cohen, York University
  1319. Ficino’s Doctrine of Phantasy: Late Antique Suggestions and (Unexpected) Influences
    Claudio Moreschini, University of Pisa
  1320. Magnificence and the Italian Renaissance Court Stable
    Sarah G. Duncan, Independent Scholar
  1321. Carpentry and Composition in Taddeo di Bartolo’s Montepulciano Altarpiece
    Gail Elizabeth Solberg, Florence Program, Beloit College and Associated Colleges of the Midwest
  1322. The Role of the Beatas in the Conventual Life of the Basque Country in Early Modern Europe
    Nere Jone Intxaustegi, University of the Basque Country
  1323. The Quattrocento Marble Altarpiece in Florence
    Shelley E. Zuraw, University of Georgia
  1324. Drawings, Paintings, and Antiquities: The Art Dealers of Sixteenth-Century Bologna
    Giada Damen, The Morgan Library and Museum
  1325. Foreign Goods, Prized Possessions: Another Look at Dutch Vanitas Still-Life Paintings
    Claudia Swan, Northwestern University
  1326. Living Monuments: Bosschaert and the Origins of Flower Still-Life Painting
    Marisa Anne Bass, Washington University in St. Louis
  1327. Picturing the Evidence: Giovanni Battista Recco’s Still-Life Paintings
    Claudia Steinhardt-Hirsch, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte
  1328. Still Lifes and Modes of Perception
    Niklaus Largier, University of California, Berkeley
  1329. Still Alive? Remarks on a Liminal Genre
    Frank Fehrenbach, University of Hamburg
  1330. Still Lifes, Transient Lives
    Karin Leonhard
  1331. Who's Next, Please? Rededications and Recycling of Dedicatory Texts in the Renaissance
    Daniela Mairhofer, University of Vienna
  1332. Polemik und Philosophie in Polizianos Charmides-Vorrede
    Tobias Dänzer, Institut für Klassische Philologie (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg)
  1333. Die Architektur des Paratextes in der Schedelschen Weltchronik und Hartmann Schedels Widmung an den Nürnberger Rat
    Bernd Posselt, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  1334. "I’ll teach you how to flow": Kepler’s Lunar Water and The Tempest
    Galena Hashhozheva, Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München
  1335. The Velocity and Inertia of Grace and the Mapping of Moral Attentiveness in Donne and Pascal
    Lowell Gallagher, University of California, Los Angeles
  1336. Small Movements, Large Consequences: Calculus and the Literary Imagination
    Shankar Raman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  1337. Writing against Time: Pietro Lazzaroni’s Carmen ad Alexandrum VI (1497)
    Bernhard Schirg, Freie Universität Berlin
  1338. Johannes Michael Nagonius, Papal Poet (and Diplomat?)
    Paul Gareth Gwynne, The American University of Rome
  1339. Drawing Circles: Pirro Ligorio’s Working Methods as Evidenced in his Numismatic Manuscripts
    Sarah E. Cox, Independent Scholar
  1340. The Casina of Pius IV Reconsidered in the Light of the Recent Restoration
    Arnold Nesselrath, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1341. Michelangelo's Poetics of the Inner Body
    Christian K. Kleinbub, Ohio State University
  1342. "The Picture of the Body": Van Dyck, Jonson, and the Death of Venetia Digby
    Adam Samuel Eaker, The Frick Collection
  1343. Battista da Crema’s Spirituality: Self and Power in the Long Sixteenth Century
    Querciolo Mazzonis, University of Teramo
  1344. The Transformation of the Lover into the Beloved and Its Visualization in Sixteenth-Century Art
    Elisa de Halleux, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
  1345. What Is Pastoral Painting?
    Jodi Cranston, Boston University
  1346. The Epigraphical Forgeries in the Building of Pirro Ligorio’s Libro XXXIX dell’Antichità romane
    Nicoletta Balistreri, Università degli Studi di Torino
  1347. Francesco Mochi and Sculptural Fiorentinità
    Estelle Lingo, University of Washington, Seattle
  1348. Error, Invention, and License: Pirro Ligorio’s Critique of Michelangelo Architetto and Its Theoretical and Artistic Contexts, 1560–1625
    Daniel Sherer, Columbia University
  1349. Problematic Objects: Ideas on the Role of Art in Seventeenth-Century Florence
    Eva Struhal, Université Laval
  1350. Frescoes on Tile in Florence: Filippino Lippi to Giovanni da San Giovanni
    Heiko Damm, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
  1351. From Buried Treasure to the Lost "Libri": Vasari as Preservationist
    Noah Londer Charney, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  1352. The Greekness of Greek Inscriptions
    William Stenhouse, Yeshiva University
  1353. The Religious Drawings of Pirro Ligorio
    Ginette Vagenheim, Université de Rouen
  1354. Giorgio Vasari’s Immaculate Conception: A Divine Judgment
    Liana De Girolami Cheney, Universidad de Coruña
  1355. The Conquistador’s Widow: Navigation, Trade, and Gender in Sixteenth-Century Seville
    Heather Dalton, University of Melbourne
  1356. The Labyrinth of Greece: Renaissance Approaches to Greek Dialects
    Raf Van Rooy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  1357. Banter as a Relational Ritual in Castiglione's Book of the Courtier (1528)
    Annick Paternoster, University of Leeds
  1358. Inclusion and Exclusion: Textual and Visual Treatments of Greek Scholars between Lapo and Giovio
    Peter Bell, Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
  1359. Imagining Ancient Greece and Modern Greeks in the Renaissance Classroom
    Luigi Silvano, Sapienza Università di Roma
  1360. Representations of Ancient and Modern Greece in Jacob Spon’s Travelogue
    Sophie Annette Kranen, Freie Universität Berlin
  1361. Sublime Liaisons: Longinus, Sappho, and Catullus in Early Modern Dutch Scholarship
    Wieneke Jansen, Leiden University
  1362. Overwhelming Architecture in Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam
    Laura Plezier, Leiden University
  1363. Sodomy on Trial: Bologna, 1474
    Trevor Dean, Roehampton University
  1364. "Spoyled, Wasted, and Consumed": The Consequences of War on Ireland’s Loyalist Old English Community, 1594–1603
    Ruth Canning, University College Cork
  1365. Violence against Women and the Old English in Later Sixteenth-Century Ireland
    Valerie McGowan-Doyle, Lorain Community College
  1366. Saint Job, the Silk Merchant, and an Altarpiece for the Guild by Guido Reni
    Raffaella Morselli, University of Teramo
  1367. Between Art and Literature: Lodovico Beccadelli and the Visual Culture of Renaissance Bologna
    Tanja Trska, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Art History
  1368. The Ancient Casa of the Agucchi family in Strada San Donato in Bologna
    Massimo Zini, Accademia delle Scienze
  1369. Paleotti and Marian Devotion: The Assumption of the Virgin in Early Modern Bologna
    Babette Bohn, Texas Christian University
  1370. Republican Nuns in a Papal City: The Sisters of San Mattia in Post-Tridentine Bologna
    Danielle Callegari, New York University
  1371. Picturing Absence: The Jewish Presence in Giacomo Cavedone’s Discovery of the Miraculous Crucifix of Beirut
    Laura Giles, Princeton University Art Museum
  1372. Early Modern Experiments on Palingenesis
    Didier Kahn, Le Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), Paris
  1373. Genesis and Transmutation: The Religious Background of the Universal Solvent "Alkahest"
    Georgiana Delia Hedesan, University of Oxford
  1374. Robert Boyle on "Semina," Transmutation, and the Generation of Life
    Ashley J Inglehart, Indiana University
  1375. The Politics of Shipwreck in Tudor England
    Tom Luke Johnson, Birkbeck, University of London
  1376. "The conceal’d and dangerous recesses of nature": Diving Engines and Submarine Knowledge in the Late Seventeenth Century
    Philippa Hellawell, King's College, University of London
  1377. Libavius on Digestion and Transmutation
    Elisabeth Moreau, Université Libre de Bruxelles
  1378. Imagination, Maternal Desire, and Embryology in Thomas Fienus
    Hiro Hirai, Radboud University Nijmegen
  1379. Memory, Ethics, and Energeia in Spenser’s Faerie Queene
    Darragh S. Greene, University College Dublin
  1380. Reading Xenophon in Sixteenth-Century England
    Jane Grogan, University College Dublin
  1381. Remembering Small Beer: Memory and the Composition of History
    Erin Minear, College of William and Mary
  1382. "A Name Eternally Hated": The Memory of Oliver Cromwell in Seventeenth-Century Irish Literature
    Sarah Covington, CUNY, Queens College
  1383. The Catenati Academy of Macerata: Literary Debates and Intellectual Networks
    Chiara Pietrucci, University of Macerata
  1384. Writing for the Town: The Literacy of the Urban Classes in Southern Italy
    Francesco Senatore, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
  1385. The Libri Rossi of Puglia: Ideal Places and Real Places for the Conservation of Civic Memory
    Veronica Mele, Università di Napoli "Federico II"
  1386. Mythic Ancestors, Modern Heroes: Antiquarian Culture and Patronage in the Southern Renaissance
    Bianca de Divitiis, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
  1387. Colossal and Small: The Reception of Antiquities in Puglia between the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
    Stefania Tuccinardi, Università di Napoli "Federico II"
  1388. The Ends of Tragic Time in Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus
    Rebecca W. Bushnell, University of Pennsylvania
  1389. "In the Course and Process of This Time": The Encryption of History in Shakespeare and Calderón
    Philip Lorenz, Cornell University
  1390. Ancient Monuments and Modern Infrastructures: Roads, Bridges, and Water Supply
    Fulvio Lenzo, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
  1391. Lozana and Other Spanish Women in the Archives: From Temporary Wife to Prostitute
    Enriqueta Zafra, Ryerson University
  1392. Sculpted Women in Quattrocento Italy: Statements of Status or Presentation of the Person
    Sarah S. Wilkins, Pratt Institute
  1393. Rabelais lecteur de Niccolò Leonico Tomeo
    Romain Menini, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée
  1394. Rabelais, lecteur de Bembo d’après l’exemplaire des Opuscula (Lyon, S. Gryphe, 1532) de la Bibliothèque universitaire de médecine de Montpellier
    Claude La Charité, Université du Québec à Rimouski
  1395. Rabelais, lecteur de Ravisius Textor
    Nicolas Le Cadet, Université Paris-Est Créteil
  1396. Satire ou Plagiat? Le Cinquiesme Livre apocryphe de 1549
    Bernd Renner, CUNY, Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center
  1397. Tragedy in Terms of Dramatization: A Performance of Spinoza’s Ethics of Affect
    Marrigje Paijmans, University of Amsterdam
  1398. The Political Martyrdom of St. Thomas Becket
    Howard B. Norland, University of Nebraska
  1399. Insanity in Some Tragedies by Joost van den Vondel
    Bettina Noak, Freie Universität Berlin
  1400. Writing and Reimagining the Narratives of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
    Orenda Boucher, University of Ottawa
  1401. Marsilio Ficino and his "Unofficial" Plotinus: Two Case Studies
    Rocco Di Dio, University of Warwick
  1402. Education and Creativity in Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Venetian Convents
    Charlotte Cover, Northwestern University
  1403. Ursulines, Jesuits, and Women of the Wild: The Female Mission Seen by the Jesuits
    Dominique Deslandres, Université de Montréal
  1404. Ficino and the Plotinian Logos
    Stephen Gersh, University of Notre Dame
  1405. The Magical Power of Love: Theoretical Connections between Ficino’s De amore and De vita libri tres
    Liana Saif, Oxford University, St. Cross College
  1406. Talismanic Art within Marsilio Ficinoʾs De vita libri tres
    Susanne Kathrin Beiweis, University of Vienna
  1407. Aemilia Lanyer's Breast
    Julie Crawford, Columbia University
  1408. Milton's Adams: Sons and Lovers
    Richard Rambuss, Brown University
  1409. "Magical" Mannerist Automata: Ficino, Art, and Technology in Late Sixteenth-Century Florence
    Lily Filson, Syracuse University
  1410. The Shift in the Internal Organization of Domestic Interiors in Florentine Palaces (1380–1440)
    Lorenzo Vigotti, Columbia University
  1411. Presenting Eleanor of Scotland in Fifteenth-Century Merano: Family Politics and Portraiture in the Castello Principesco
    Joanne W. Anderson, Birkbeck, University of London
  1412. Ficino’s Neoplatonism in Collision with Italian Evangelicals: The Case of Celio Secondo Curione (1503–69)
    Letizia Panizza, Royal Holloway, University of London
  1413. Inside the Ambassador’s House: Interior Design and Consumption Practices of French Ambassador François de Noailles in Venice (1557–61)
    Laura Mesotten, European University Institute
  1414. Strangers at Home: Setting Up Housekeeping in the Renaissance
    P. Renee Baernstein, Miami University
  1415. Musical Transformations in the Early Modern Home
    Flora Dennis, University of Sussex
  1416. Bernini as Architect and the Antique: Structure and Illusionism of the Dome of Sant’Andrea al Quirinale
    Marisa Tabarrini, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"
  1417. Sallustio Peruzzi and the Arch of Aquino: Between Survey and inventio of the Antique
    Antonio Russo, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"
  1418. Learning the Christian Faith: Material Culture and Children’s Religious Education in Sixteenth-Century Bologna
    Michele Nicole Robinson, University of Sussex
  1419. Reconsidering European Hegemony: Italian Mercantile Colonies and the Spatiality of Trade
    Lauren A. Jacobi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  1420. Mirror Defects: Art Historical Terms for Persian Painting
    Sussan Babaie, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
  1421. "Privatae Reconciliationes": The Renaissance Root of "Restorative Justice"?
    Cecilia Pedrazza-Gorlero, Università degli Studi di Verona
  1422. The Artist as Lover: The Afterlife of Raphael’s Fornarina
    Anne Bloemacher, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
  1423. "Your arrows have pierced me": Perugino’s Saint Sebastian and the Spectator
    Scott Nethersole, Courtauld Institute of Art
  1424. Written for the Viewer, Painted for the Reader: On the Rhetoric of Words in Portraits
    Federica Pich, University of Leeds
  1425. New Discoveries about the Bolognese Academia dei Torbidi
    Clizia Gurreri, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"
  1426. From Street to Court: Street Life, Discourses of Identity, and Inquisition in Early Modern Venice
    Giorgos Plakotos, University of the Aegean
  1427. Two Florentine Languages: Latin and Tuscan in Leonardo Bruni’s Political Thought
    Hester E. Schadee, University of Exeter
  1428. Textiles in Botteghe: One-Stop Shops in Early Modern Venice
    Jola Pellumbi, King's College London
  1429. Louis XIV’s Cabinet du Roi: Questioning the Transcultural Reception of Early Modern Prints
    Robert Wellington, Australian National University
  1430. The Middle Kingdom in the Low Countries
    Thijs Weststeijn, University of Amsterdam
  1431. Seventeenth-Century Europe in a Global Art History
    Opher Mansour, The University of Hong Kong
  1432. Tailoring in the Renaissance: The Skills of Shaping the Body
    Elisa Tosi Brandi, Università di Bologna
  1433. Cosmopolitan Consumption and Display of Art at Stockholm Castle in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century
    Inga Elmqvist Söderlund, Stockholm University
  1434. A Cosmopolitan Project for a Sophopolis
    Erland Sellberg, Stockholm University
  1435. Cosmopolitan Ideas of Love and Faith in Marguerite de Navarre’s Writing
    Carin Franzén, Linköping University
  1436. Hubbub and Satire
    Andrea Brady, Queen Mary, University of London
  1437. Comparative Nonsense: French Galimatias and English Fustian
    Hugh Roberts, University of Exeter
  1438. Rabelais in the Restoration
    Nicholas McDowell, University of Exeter
  1439. "Hey non nony": Senseless Circulations in Broadside Ballads and Popular Drama
    Rebecca Fall, Northwestern University
  1440. Swimming against the Current: Flow and Resistance in the Global Renaissance
    Todd P. Olson, University of California, Berkeley
  1441. The “Global Turn” in Art History: Why, When, and How Does It Matter?
    Claire J. Farago, University of Colorado, Boulder
  1442. Imaginative Archaeology and Garden Design: Ligorio Mapping the Villa Hadriana
    Simone Maria Kaiser, Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt
  1443. "Correcting Raphael with Courbet": Early Modernist Variations on Raphael
    Gerd Blum, Kunstakademie Münster
  1444. A Long History: Swedish Sumptuary Law from the Fourteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries
    Eva Andersson, University of Gothenburg
  1445. The Genres of Latin Literature by Spanish American Jesuits
    Desiree Arbo, University of Warwick
  1446. Costume Manuscripts of Early Modern Germany
    Katherine Bond, Cambridge University
  1447. The Sound of Sublimity: Torquato Tasso and Clashing Vowels
    Christopher Geekie, Johns Hopkins University
  1448. Panegyrics in the Service of Trnava Jesuits
    Erika Juríková, Trnava University
  1449. Noise and Rumor in Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron
    Emily Butterworth, King's College London
  1450. Perception and Purity in the Primero sueño
    Amy Elizabeth Sheeran, Johns Hopkins University
  1451. Spreading Beeches, Lofty Alders: Virgil’s Arboreal Epithets and the Creation of Green Worlds in the Renaissance
    Leopoldine Prosperetti, Goucher College
  1452. Relocating the Virgin: Altars and Panel Paintings in the Dominican Churches of Tuscany
    Joanna Cannon, Courtauld Institute of Art
  1453. Revisiting Henkel’s Swaneveld und Piranesi in Goethescher Beleuchtung: Reflections on the Transience of Fame and the Mutability of Landscape
    Susan M. Russell, Independent Scholar
  1454. Lucretius Calaber: The Reception (and Dissimulation) of Lucretian Science in Agostino Doni's De natura hominis (1581)
    Fabio Tutrone, Università degli Studi di Palermo
  1455. Atoms, Diseases, and Contagion in the Early Renaissance Reception of Lucretius
    Elena Nicoli, Radboud University Nijmegen
  1456. The Atomistic Sources of René Descartes’s Theory of Magnetism: Isaac Beeckman and Henricus Regius
    Christoph Sander, Technische Universität Berlin
  1457. Corpuscularianism and Laws of Nature in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
    Silvia Manzo, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
  1458. Andrea Riccio, Girolamo Donato, and the Antiquarian Culture between Venice and Padua
    Eveline Baseggio Omiccioli, Rutgers University
  1459. Transnational Careers and Family Networks between Church and Politics within the Spanish Monarchy (ca. 1500–1700)
    Fabrizio D'Avenia, University of Palermo
  1460. The Accademia Spoletina, also Called "degli Ottusi"
    Rodney J. Lokaj, Università degli Studi di Roma
  1461. Inside the Venetian Osteria
    Rosa Miriam Salzberg, University of Warwick
  1462. Giovanni Bellini’s Lamentation Altarpiece for Santa Maria dei Servi in Venice: Observations and Two Proposals
    Carolyn C. Wilson, Independent Scholar
  1463. Cassandra Fidelis Veneta Literis Clarissima in Padua
    Amy N. Worthen, Des Moines Art Center
  1464. Archives, Eyewitnesses, and Rumors: Writing Local Religious History in Early Modern France
    Virginia Reinburg, Boston College
  1465. "It is charity to assert their fame": The Counter-Archives of English Catholics
    Liesbeth Corens, University of Cambridge
  1466. Early Modern Architecture and the Beholder in the Reception of Wölfflin’s Work
    Cornelia Jöchner, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
  1467. Forming Research into Renaissance Art: The Negative Reception of Wölfflin’s Principles
    Joseph Imorde, University of Siegen
  1468. New World Order: The Library Catalogues of Hernando Colón
    Edward Wilson-Lee, University of Cambridge
  1469. Juan Luis Vives in the Biblioteca Hernandina
    José María Pérez Fernández, Universidad de Granada
  1470. Antonio da Faenza and the Study of the Thermae Diocletianae in the Early Sixteenth Century
    Timo Strauch, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1471. Drawn Copies after Prints of Roman Monuments
    Birte Rubach, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1472. The Paduan-Venetian Culture of Letters and the Invention of the Renaissance Tomb Inscription
    Debra Pincus, National Gallery of Art
  1473. The Unbearable Lightness of Seeing: Wölfflin in Bucharest, 1968
    Andrei Pop, Universität Basel
  1474. The Impact of Wölfflin’s Principles on the Historiography of Art in Hungary in the Twentieth Century
    Robert Born, Universität Leipzig
  1475. Renaissance in East Asia? Wölfflin’s Principles in the Formation of East Asian Art History in Germanophone Europe
    Julia C. Orell, Getty Research Institute
  1476. Latin American Renaissance: Ángel Guido’s Reception of Wölfflin
    Tristan Weddigen, Universität Zürich
  1477. Against Historical Idealism: Hanna Levy’s Criticism of Wölfflin’s Principles
    Daniela Kern, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  1478. Troubled Waters: Marcantonio Raimondi and Dürer’s Nightmare on the Shore
    Beverly Louise Brown, Independent Scholar, London
  1479. Ein liebhaber aller freyen khünst: The Personal Library of the Architect Bonifaz Wolmut
    Sarah W. Lynch, Princeton University
  1480. Touching Fur and Feathers: Intersubjectivity and Vassal Animals
    Marcy Norton, George Washington University
  1481. Hairy Brushes and the Dexterity of Dürer’s Hand
    Julia Saviello, Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München
  1482. Babel Revisited: The Religious Burden of Multilingualism in the Works of Marnix of Saint Aldegonde
    Alisa van de Haar, University of Groningen
  1483. Venus in Furs? Playing the Fashion Game in Early Modern Venice
    Tracey Griffiths, University of Melbourne
  1484. Transregional Collaboration behind Catholic Printing in the Church Province of Cambrai (1559–1659)
    Violet Soen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  1485. "Brethren of the Water": Contested Habitation and the Colonial Logic of Draining the English Fens
    Hillary Elklund, Loyola University New Orleans
  1486. "Love, Wasted?"
    Sharon O'Dair, University of Alabama Tuscaloosa
  1487. Interrupted Waters: Climate Change, Privatization, and Freshwater Ecologies in Shakespeare
    Randall Martin, University of New Brunswick
  1488. Upholding a Mixed Identity: Hispano-Flemish Elites in Public Ceremonies (1657–1702)
    Sophie Verreyken, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  1489. A Transregional Translation Center: The Church Province of Cambrai in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
    Alexander Soetaert, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  1490. From Mantua to Millstatt: Paola Gonzaga’s Bridal Chests and Their Impact on "Northern" Artists
    Christian Nikolaus Opitz, University of Vienna
  1491. A Region of Artistic Exchange? The Painter Bartlme Dill Riemenschneider and the Arts in Southern Tyrol in the First Half of the Sixteenth Century
    Hanns-Paul Ties, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  1492. Artistic Exchange between the North and the South in Trento, Bishop’s Seat, in Northern Italy: Altarpiece Commissions
    Hannes Obermair, Civic Archives, Bozen/Bolzano; Michaela Schedl, Independent Scholar
  1493. The Substance of Catholicism: Catholic Identities in Upper Lusatia
    Martin Christ, University of Oxford
  1494. "United by this Holy Cement": Female Companionship and Friendship within the Transatlantic Quaker Community, 1650–ca. 1700
    Naomi R. Pullin, University of Warwick
  1495. What Is the Catholic Church? Answers from Sixteenth-Century Poland
    Natalia Magdalena Nowakowska, University of Oxford
  1496. Translating the News: The Spread of Tudor and Stuart Proclamations throughout the Continent
    Chris R. Kyle, Syracuse University
  1497. Ballads and the Development of the English Newsbook
    Marcus Nevitt, University of Sheffield
  1498. Confession, Grace, and Skin Color in Tasso’s Gerusalemme liberata (Canto 12)
    Marc Foecking, University of Hamburg
  1499. By Land, by Sea: Moving Antiquities around in Renaissance Europe
    Barbara Furlotti, The Warburg Institute
  1500. Beloved Foreigner: Trade Networks and the Acquisition of Monkeys for the Court of Crown-Prince William V of Bavaria, 1568–78
    Alan S. Ross, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  1501. European and Indian Visions of Hell in a Syrian Christian Church: Cultural Interactions and Religious Iconography in Sixteenth-Century Kerala
    Patrizia Granziera, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos
  1502. The Devotional and the Diabolical: The Cultural Complexity of Demons in Fifteenth-Century Illuminated Manuscripts
    Layla Seale, Rice University
  1503. Of Gems and "animaletti delle Indie": The Flemish Jeweller-Merchant Charles Hellemans and Vincenzo Gonzaga
    Christina M. Anderson, University of Oxford
  1504. "A justifiable hybrid": Art on Cyprus under Venetian Rule, 1489–1571
    Georgios Markou, Cambridge University
  1505. The Picturesqueness of Saints: Iconographic Pattern Transference between Mural Cycles and Religious Mystery Plays through the Alps
    Marianne Argoud, Université Pierre Mendès France Grenoble 2
  1506. Crossing Confessional Borders: The Biblical Massacre of the Innocents in Early Modern School Drama
    Elena Nendza, Hamburg University
  1507. The Lure of Lady Luck: Design and Appeal of Lotteries in the Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Low Countries
    Jeroen Puttevils, University of Antwerp
  1508. From the Court of France to Ambras Castle: The Gift of Cellini’s Saliera in 1570
    Ewa Kociszewska, Warburg Institute
  1509. The Marketing of Philipp Hainhofer's Kunstschränke
    Michael Wenzel, Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel
  1510. A Syrian Scribe and the Trade in Manuscripts in Seventeenth-Century Aleppo
    Simon Antony Mills, University of Kent, Canterbury
  1511. The Language of Philosophy in Speroni’s Dialoghi
    Claudia Rossignoli, University of St Andrews
  1512. Il ruolo delle humanae litterae nella riflessione di Bernardino Tomitano