Publications

2007
Approaching the Italian Renaissance Interior: Sources, Methodologies, Debates
Ajmar-Wollheim, Marta, Flora Dennis, and Ann Matchette. 2007. Approaching the Italian Renaissance Interior: Sources, Methodologies, Debates. Malden, MA: Blackwell, viii, 134 p.
The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and Opera
Muir, Edward. 2007. The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and Opera. Bernard Berenson lectures on the Italian Renaissance. Harvard University Press, 175 p.
Commentaries, Volume 2: Books III-IV
Pius II, Pope. 2007. Commentaries, Volume 2: Books III-IV. Edited by Margaret Meserve and Marcello Simonetta. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 416.Abstract

v. 2. Books III-IV

History of the Florentine People, Volume 3: Books IX-XII. Memoirs
Bruni, Leonardo. 2007. History of the Florentine People, Volume 3: Books IX-XII. Memoirs. Edited by James Hankins and DJW Bradley. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 512.Abstract

v. 3. Books 9-12. Memoirs

Baldo, Volume 1: Books I-XII
Folengo, Teofilo, and Ann E Mullaney. 2007. Baldo, Volume 1: Books I-XII. I Tatti Renaissance library ; 25, 36. Vol. 25, 36. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 25, 36, 496.Abstract

v. 1. Books I-XII.

Ciceronian Controversies
DellaNeva, JoAnn. 2007. Ciceronian Controversies. Vol. 26. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 26, xxxix, 295 p.Abstract

Introduction --The Poliziano-Cortesi Exchange (mid-1480s). 1. Angelo Poliziano to Paolo Cortesi -- 2. Paolo Cortesi to Angelo Poliziano -- The Pico-Bembo Exchange (1512-13). 3. Gianfrancesco Pico, On Imitation, to Pietro Bembo -- 4. Pietro Bembo to Gianfrancesco Pico -- 5. Gianfrancesco Pico to Pietro Bembo -- The Cinzio-Calcagnini-Lilio Exchange (1532-37). 6. Giambattista Giraldi Cinzio to Celio Calcagnini -- 7. Celio Calcagnini to Giambattista Giraldi Cinzio -- 8. Celio Calcagnini, On Imitation, to Giambattista Giraldi Cinzio -- 9. Lilio Gregorio Giraldi to Giambattista Giraldi Cinzio -- The Possevino Treatises (1593-1603). 10. From the Cicero: On the Technique of Writing Letters. On the Art of Speaking, including Ecclesiastical Speech -- 11. From the Bibliotheca Selecta, Book 18: On the Art of Composing Letters."The most important literary dispute of the Renaissance pitted those writers of Neo-Latin who favored imitation of Cicero alone, as the single best exemplar of Latin prose, against those who preferred to follow an eclectic array of literary models. This Ciceronian controversy is the subject of the texts collected for the first time in this volume: exchange of letters between Angelo Poliziano and Paolo Cortesi; between Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola and Pietro Bembo; and between Giovambattista Giraldi Cinzio and his mentor Celio Calcagnini. A postscript by Lilio Gregorio Giraldi and writings by Antonio Possevino comment further on this correspondence."--BOOK JACKET.

On the Donation of Constantine
Valla, Lorenzo, and Glen W Bowersock. 2007. On the Donation of Constantine. I Tatti Renaissance library ; 24. Vol. 24. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 24, xvi, 206 p.
History of Venice, Volume 1: Books I-IV
Bembo, Pietro, and Robert W Ulery. 2007. History of Venice, Volume 1: Books I-IV. Vol. 28, 32, 37. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 28, 32, 37, 384.Abstract

v. 1. Books I-IV.

The Brancacci Chapel: Form, Function and Setting
Eckstein, Nicholas A, ed. 2007. The Brancacci Chapel: Form, Function and Setting. Florence: Leo S. Olschki.
2006
Maioliche Ispano-Moresche a Firenze nel Rinascimento
Spallanzani, Marco. 2006. Maioliche Ispano-Moresche a Firenze nel Rinascimento. Firenze: S.P.E.S., 611.
The Quest for Epic: from Ariosto to Tasso
Zatti, Sergio. 2006. The Quest for Epic: from Ariosto to Tasso. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 315.
The Renaissance Hospital: Healing the Body and Healing the Soul
Henderson, John. 2006. The Renaissance Hospital: Healing the Body and Healing the Soul. New Haven: Yale University Press, 458.
Benedetto da Maiano: A Florentine Sculptor at the Threshold of the High Renaissance
Carl, Doris. 2006. Benedetto da Maiano: A Florentine Sculptor at the Threshold of the High Renaissance. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 847.Abstract
[v.1.] Text -- [v.2.] Illustrations
Italské Renesanční Sochařství v Českých Státních a Soukromých Sbírkách
Chlíbec, Jan. 2006. Italské Renesanční Sochařství v Českých Státních a Soukromých Sbírkách. Praha: Academia, 405.
John Hawkwood: An English Mercenary in Fourteenth-Century Italy
Caferro, William. 2006. John Hawkwood: An English Mercenary in Fourteenth-Century Italy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 459.
Arte e Politica tra Napoli e Firenze: Un Cassone per il Trionfo di Alfonso d'Aragona
Alisio, Giancarlo, Sergio Bertelli, and Antonio Pinelli. 2006. Arte e Politica tra Napoli e Firenze: Un Cassone per il Trionfo di Alfonso d'Aragona. Vol. 13. Modena: F. C. Panini, 13, 98.
Platonic Theology, Volume 6: Books XVII-XVIII
Ficino, Marsilio. 2006. Platonic Theology, Volume 6: Books XVII-XVIII. Edited by Michael JB Allen and James Hankins. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 432.Abstract

v. 6. Books XVII-XVIII

Baiae
Pontano, Giovanni Gioviano, and Rodney G Dennis. 2006. Baiae. I Tatti Renaissance library ; 22. Vol. 22. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 22, xxiv, 236 p.Abstract
"Giovanni Gioviano Pontano (1429-1503) was an important humanist and scholar of Renaissance Italy, the presiding spirit of the Accademia Pontaniana, and chief minister and tutor to the Aragonese Kings of Naples. He was also the most innovative and versatile Latin poet of Quattrocento Italy. His Two Books of Hendecasyllables, given the subtitle Baiae by their first editor Pietro Summonte, experiment brilliantly with the metrical form associated principally with the ancient Latin poet Catullus. The poems are the elegant offspring of Pontano's leisure, written to celebrate love, good wine, friendship, nature, and all the pleasures of life to be found at the seaside resort of Baiae on the Bay of Naples.They are translated here for the first time into English."--BOOK JACKET.
Letters, Volume 1: Books I-IV
Poliziano, Angelo, and Shane Butler. 2006. Letters, Volume 1: Books I-IV. I Tatti Renaissance library ; 21. Vol. 21. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 21, v.Abstract
v. 1. Books I-IV
2005
Abandoned Children of the Italian Renaissance: Orphan Care in Florence and Bologna
Terpstra, Nicholas. 2005. Abandoned Children of the Italian Renaissance: Orphan Care in Florence and Bologna. The Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science ; 123rd ser. 4. Vol. 123rd ser. 4. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 123rd ser. 4, 349.

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