The I Tatti Studies in Italian Renaissance History represent the highest-quality scholarship on the history of the Italian Renaissance, broadly understood historically to include the period from the fourteenth to the seventeenth century and geographically to include transcultural dialogues between Italy and other regions (e.g. Mediterranean, African, Asian, Latin American, etc.). The series produces peer-reviewed monographic studies and is open to a variety of approaches and methods from the fields of cultural history, intellectual history, urban history, religious history, biography, history of science, history of humanism, and others.
Since 2009, I Tatti has published over twenty volumes in the series, first under the editorship of Professor Edward Muir (Northwestern University), then under the guidance of Professor Kate Lowe (Queen Mary, University of London). Since 1 January 2020, Professor Nicholas Terpstra (University of Toronto) has been the series’ General Editor.
For editorial questions, please contact Professor Terpstra.
Click here to order and for more information from Harvard University Press.