Confraternitas is a refereed journal. It welcomes brief articles, news and notes of interest to colleagues, notices of forthcoming conferences or papers, and general queries. Contributors are asked to use the A style of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Offprints and publications dealing with European confraternities in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance received by Confraternitas are listed under the “Publications Received” rubric and then deposited into the Confraternities Collection at the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (Toronto).
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Contents – Confraternitas, volume 23, no. 2 (Fall 2012)
- “Fashioning Family Honour in Renaissance Florence: The Language of Women’s Clothing and Gesture in the Frescoes in the Oratory of the Confraternity of the Buonomini di San Martino in Florence”, Samantha Hughes-Johnson (pp. 3-31)
- “The Statutes of the Confraternity of San Michele in Camaiore, Italy”, introduced and translated by L. Giovanna Urist (pp. 33-55)
- News (pp. 57-60)
- Maria Teresa Brolis and Andrea Zonca. Testamenti di donne a Bergamo nel medioevo. Pergamente dall’archivio della Misericordia Maggiore (secoli XIII-XIV). Preface by Attilio Bartoli Langeli. Fondazione MIMA. Bergamo: Editrice Pliniana, 2012.
Reviewed by Giovanna Casagrande, Università di Perugia.
- Ivano Sartor, ed. S. Maria dei Battuti di Treviso. L’Ospedal Grando secc. XIII-XX. 3 volumes. Crocetta del Montello (TV): Terra Ferma, 2010.
Reviewed by Johnny L. Bertolio, University of Toronto.
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