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Published twice a year, the I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance feature ground-breaking work written in Italian and in English on every aspect of the literary, religious, artistic, historical, and scientific dimensions of Renaissance Italy. Current and recent issues have included contributions to a number of areas, ranging from Botticelli’s illustrations for Dante’s Commedia to Florentine sermons on the Dives and Lazarus story to images of Ottoman culture in Mantua. Our particularly successful Fall 2019 issue was largely devoted to essays by sixteen scholars from around the globe musing about “Fields of the Future,” such as translation studies, animal and environmental studies, and digital humanities. Other recent clusters have included “Renaissance Modernities” (2017) and “Unfinished Renaissances.” (2018). Our upcoming Fall 2021 issue will feature a cluster on “Proximities/Immobilities in Early Modern Italy.”
We invite proposals for future clusters (3-4 essays) along with suggestions for essays for our ongoing series on “states and futures of the field.” And we especially encourage submissions of individual essays exploring any aspect of the Italian Renaissance. Comparative work is particularly welcome. Essays should be no longer than 10,000 words, including notes, and may contain up to twelve images. We are also working with the University of Chicago Journals Division to enable more interactive possibilities for the online ITS and we look forward to collaborating with scholars in the performative and visual arts in order to provide innovative platforms for their work. I Tatti Studies maintains a double-blind review process and commits to a first round of reviews within a four-six month period.
For the style guides for essays (Italian and English), please see the bottom of this page. For online submission or subscription, please click here. For other inquiries, please feel free to email Professor Alexander Nagel, General Editor of I Tatti Studies, or Managing Editor Sophia Bevacqua, at sbc413[at]nyu.edu.
Tables of contents for all previous volumes (via JSTOR)