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Confraternitas

Confraternitas  ISSN 1180-0682

Confraternitas ISSN 1180-0682

Confraternitas is published biannually (Spring and Fall) by the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies for the Society for Confraternity Studies.

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).

Editor: Konrad Eisenbichler
Assistant Editor: Dylan Reid

Address communications, publications for review, and manuscripts to:
The Editors
Confraternitas
c/o CRRS
Victoria University in the University of Toronto
71 Queen’s Park Cres.
Toronto, Canada M5S 1K7

Tel: (416) 585-4486; fax: (416) 585-4584

e-mail: Konrad Eisenbichler

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Confraternitas, volume 25, no. 1 (Spring 2014) contents:

Article:
“I Buonomini di San Martino: Patrons and Facilitators of the Visual Arts in Quattrocento Florence,” Samantha Hughes-Johnson. Pp. 5-31.

Thesis Abstract:
“The Picture of Poverty: Charitable and Artistic Patronage in Renaissance Venice” (2008), Janna Isreal. Pp. 32-37.

News, pp. 38-42.

Reviews:
– Aiello, Lucia, Marco Bascapè, and Danilo Zardin, eds. Milano e le sue associazioni. Cinque secoli di storia cittadina (XVI-XX secolo). Milan: Scalpendi Editore, 2014. Review by Anna Maria Grossi. Pp. 43-44

Les confréries dans la ville de Rouen à l’époque moderne, XVIe-XVIIIe siècles. Documents presentés par Marc Venard. Rouen: Société de l’Histoire de Normandie, 2010. Review by Dylan Reid. Pp. 44-45

– Serres, Pierre. Histoire des Penitens de Montpellier (1602-1684). Publiée pour la première fois in extenso sur le manuscrit autographe. Présenté et annoté par Jean Nougaret et Louis Secondy. Montpellier: Éditions de l’entente bibliophile, 2003. Review by Sarah Marianne Loose. Pp. 46-47

– Teissier, Germain. La Confrérie des Penitens Blancs de Montpellier 1697-1880. Manuscrit de G. Teissier, faisant suite à celui de P. Serres. Présenté et annoté par Jean Nougaret et Louis Secondy. Montpellier: Confrérie Pénitents blancs de Montpellier, 2011. Review by Konrad Eisenbichler. Pp. 48-49

Books Received, pp. 50-51