- I Tatti
New General editors for I Tatti journal and History series
I Tatti is very pleased to announce the appointments of two General Editors. Starting on 1 July, Jane Tylus will take over responsibility for our journal, I Tatti Studies: Essays in the Renaissance, and Kate Lowe for our History volumes, in the series I Tatti Studies in Italian Renaissance History.
Jane Tylus is Professor in the Departments of Italian Studies and of Comparative Literature at New York University, where she also serves as Director of the Humanities Initiative. (For her cv, please click here.) Jane takes over the helm from Caroline Elam. Since the very first number of I Tatti Studies, in 1985, Caroline has served as an editor, and in 2007 she took on the role of executive editor. The next number, volume 14, produced under her supervision, will appear in the Winter with articles by Carmen Donia, Margaret Haines, Alana O’Brien, Linda Pellecchia, Oliver Rouchon, Patrica Simons, and Martin Stefanik.
Kate Lowe is Professor of Renaissance History and Culture at Queen Mary, University of London (For her cv, place click here) She takes on the role of General Editor from Edward Muir, who has had directed the History series since its inception. Ed oversaw the four volumes already produced, and those by the following authors, expected in 2012 and 2013: Monica Azzolini, Nicholas Baker, Brendan Dooley, Mark Jurdjevic, Elizabeth McCahill, Emily Michelson, Sean Roberts, and Nicholas Terpstra. For more information about these books, please click here.