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Essays & Studies

Essays & Studies was launched in 2002. It publishes peer-reviewed monographs and thematic collections of essays. For further information about each title, please click on the cover images below.

To submit a proposal, please see the “Outline for a Proposal.” For more information, see “House Style Instructions” and “Timeline from Proposal to Book-in-Hand.”

Series Editor: Konrad Eisenbichler (University of Toronto)

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Books in the series (by series number):

(ES 56) The Male Body and Social Masculinity in Premodern Europe, edited by Jacqueline Murray

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(ES 55) Idealizing Women in the Italian Renaissance, edited by Elena Brizio and Marco Piana

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(ES 54) “We are All Servants”: The Diversity of Service in Premodern Europe (1000-1700), edited by Isabelle Cochelin and Diane Wolfthal

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(ES 53) Good Government and Church Order: Essays on the Role of Secular Authority in the German Reformation, by James M. Estes

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(ES 52) Confraternities in Southern Italy: Art, Politics, and Religion (1100-1800), edited by David D’Andrea and Salvatore Marino

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ES51: Leo Africanus Discovers Comedy: Theatre and Poetry Across the Mediterranean, by Natalie Zemon Davis

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ES50: Early Modern Hospitality, ed. David B. Goldstein and Marco Piana

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ES49: Bathhouses and Riverbanks: Sodomy in a Renaissance Republic, by Umberto Grassi

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ES48: Making a Play for God: The Sacre Rappresentazioni of Renaissance Florence, by Nerida Newbigin

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ES47: Exploration and Revelation: French Renaissance Studies in Honour of Colin Eisler, ed. Yassana Croizat-Glazer and Sarah Harris Weiss

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ES46: In Continuous Expectation: Isabella d’Este’s Reign of Letters, by Deanna Shemek

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ES45: Eternal Ephemera: The Papal Possesso and Its Legacies in Early Modern Rome, ed. Jennifer Mara DeSilva and Pascale Rihouet

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ES44: Reframing Reformation: Understanding Religious Difference in Early Modern Europe, ed. Nicholas Terpstra

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ES43: Paradigms of Renaissance Grotesques, ed. Damiano Acciarino

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ES42: The Art and Language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown, ed. Amy R. Bloch, Carolyn James, and Camilla Russell

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ES41: Renaissance Encyclopaedism: Studies in Curiosity and Ambition, ed. W. Scott Blanchard and Andrea Severi

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ES 40: Representing Heresy in Early Modern France, ed. Gabriella Scarlatta and Lidia Radi

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Rituals cover ES 39: Rituals of Politics and Culture in Early Modern Europe: Essays in Honour of Edward Muir, ed. Mark Jurdjevic and Rolf Strøm-Olsen

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ES38: Crusade Propaganda in Word and Image in Early Modern Italy: Niccolò Guidalottos’ Panorama of Constantinople (1662), by Nirit Ben-Aryeh Debby

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ES37: The Saint between Manuscript and Print: Italy 1400-1600, ed. Alison K. Frazier

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ES36: Medici Women: The Making of a Dynasty in Grand Ducal Tuscany, ed. Giovanna Benadusi and Judith C. Brown

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ES35: After Civic Humanism: Learning and Politics in Renaissance Italy, ed. Nicholas Scott Baker and Brian Jeffrey Maxson

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ES34: Collaboration, Conflict, and Continuity in the Reformation: Essays in Honour of James M. Estes on His Eightieth Birthday, ed. Konrad Eisenbichler

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ES33: Friendship and Sociability in Premodern Europe: Contexts, Concepts, and Expressions, ed. Amyrose McCue Gill and Sarah Rolfe Prodan

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ES32: Neo-Latin and the Humanities. Essays in Honour of Charles E. Fantazzi, ed. Luc Deitz, Timothy Kircher, and Jonathan Reid

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ES31: Creating Women: Representation, Self-Representation, and Agency in the Renaissance, ed. Manuela Scarci

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ES30: Gifts in Return: Essays in Honour of Charles Dempsey, ed. Melinda Schlitt

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ES29: Creating Magnificence in Renaissance Florence, by Peter Howard

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ES28: The Devil in Society in Premodern Europe, ed. Richard Raiswell with Peter Dendle

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ES27: Marriage in Premodern Europe: Italy and Beyond, ed. Jacqueline Murray

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ES26: New Studies On Old Masters: Essays in Renaissance Art in Honour of Colin Eisler, ed. John Garton and Diane Wolfthal

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ES25: Worth and Repute: Valuing Gender in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Essays in Honour of Barbara Todd, ed. Kim Kippen and Lori Woods

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ES24: Savonarola and Savonarolism, by Stefano Dall’Aglio

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ES23: Disreputable Bodies: Magic, Medicine, and Gender in Renaissance Natural Philosophy, by Sergius Kodera

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ES22: The Poetics of Masculinity in Early Modern Italy and Spain, ed Gerry Milligan and Jane Tylus

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ES21: Faith and Fantasy in the Renaissance: Texts, Images, and Religious Practices, ed. Ethan Matt Kavaler and Olga Zorzi Pugliese

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ES20: Sport and Culture in Early Modern Europe, ed. John McClelland and Brian Merrilees

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ES19: Ars Reminiscendi: Mind and Memory in Renaissance Culture, ed. Donald Beecher and Grant Williams

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ES18: Renaissance Medievalisms, ed. Konrad Eisenbichler

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ES17: Power, Gender, and Ritual in the Americas. Essays in Honour of Richard C. Trexler, ed. Peter Arnade and Michael Rocke

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ES16: The Renaissance in the Streets, Schools, and Studies. Essays in Honour of Paul F. Grendler, ed. Konrad Eisenbichler and Nicholas Terpstra

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ES15: Florence and Beyond: Culture, Society, and Politics in Renaissance Italy. Essays in Honour of John M. Najemy, ed. David S. Peterson and Daniel E. Bornstein

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ES14: Florence in the Time of the Medici. Public Celebrations, Politics, and Literature in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, by Michel Plaisance, trans. and ed. Nicole Carew-Reid

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ES13: Metamorphosis: The Changing Face of Ovid in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, ed. Alison Keith and Stephen Rupp

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ES12: Christian Magistrate and Territorial Church: Johannes Brenz and the German Reformation, by James M. Estes

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ES11: French Ceremonial Entries in the Sixteenth Century: Event, Image, Text, ed. Nicolas Russell and Hélène Visentin

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ES10: Reformation Sources: The Letters of Wolfgang Capito and His Fellow Reformers in Alsace and Switzerland, ed. Erika Rummel and Milton Kooistra

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ES9: At the Centre of the Old World: Trade and Manufacturing in Venice and the Venetian Mainland, 1400-1800, ed. Paola Lanaro

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ES8: Sacrilege and Redemption in Renaissance Florence: The Case of Antonio Rinaldeschi, ed. William J. Connell and Giles Constable

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ES7: Sins of the Flesh: Responding to Sexual Disease in Early Modern Europe, ed. Kevin Siena

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ES6: Ave Papa/Ave Papabile: The Sacchetti Family, Their Art Patronage, and Political Aspirations, by Lilian H. Zirpolo

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ES5: Fantasies of Troy: Classical Tales and the Social Imaginary in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, ed. Alan Shepard and Stephen Powell

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ES4: Shell Games: Studies in Scams, Frauds, and Deceits (1300-1650), ed. Mark Crane, Richard Raiswell, and Margaret Reeves

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ES3: A Renaissance of Conflicts: Visions and Revisions of Law and Society in Italy and Spain, ed. John A. Marino and Thomas Kuehn

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ES2: The Renaissance in the Nineteenth Century/Le XXIe siècle renaissant, ed. Yannick Portebois and Nicholas Terpstra

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ES1: The Premodern Teenager: Youth in Society 1150-1650, ed. Konrad Eisenbichler

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