ITS 17 (May 2014) Table of Contents

May 14, 2014
ITS 17 (May 2014) Table of Contents

Editor’s Note
Jane Tylus

Hans Belting, St Jerome in Venice: Giovanni Bellini and the Dream of Solitary Life

[This is a revised version of the lecture given by Professor Belting when he was awarded the I Tatti Mongan Prize. For a video, please click here].

GENDER IN EARLY MODERN ROME

Edited by  Julia L. Hairston

Open City: An Introduction to Gender in Early Modern Rome
    Elizabeth Cohen

Vanquished Bodies, Weaponized Words: Pietro Aretino’s Conflicting Portraits of the Sexes and the Sack of Rome
    Jessica Goethals

Meanings of Masculinity in Paolo Giovio’s “Ischian” Dialogues
    Kenneth Gouwens

Men at Home in Baroque Rome 
    Laurie Nussdorfer

Cohabitions, Household Structures, and Gender Identities in Seventeenth-Century Rome
    Eleonora Canepari

Non-Elite Male Perspectives on Procured Abortion, Rome ca. 1600
    John Christopoulos

Carriages, Violence, and Masculinity in Early Modern Rome
    John Hunt

Afterword
    Julia L. Hairston

See also: I Tatti Studies