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Victoria University in the University of Toronto

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 26, no. 1 (Spring 2016) contents:

Articles:
Maria Clara Rossi, “Ideas and Experiences of Peace in Italian Confraternities of the Late Middle Ages: Specifics and Developments.” Pp. 3-23.

Thesis Abstract:
“Boundaries Transcended. Sisters of Religious Confraternities in a Small Early Modern Town in the Southern Netherlands.” Ellen Decraene. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Antwerp, 2014. Thesis co-directors: Bert De Munck and Bruno Blondé. Pp. 42-44.

Reviews:
– Aiello, Lucia and Marco Bascapè, and Sergio Rebora, eds. Il Tesoro dei poveri. Il patrimonio artistico delle Instituzioni pubbliche di assistenza e beneficenza (ex Eca) di Milano. Milan: Silvana Editoriale, 2001. Review by Pamela Arancibia. Pp. 24-25.  

– Bertoldi Lenoci, Liana ed. Miracoli dipinti. Ex voto di mare e di montagna. Bari: Centro Studi e Socio Religiosi in Puglia, 2014. Review by Filomena Calabrese. Pp. 25-27.  

– Castiglione Minischetti, Vito, ed. La confraternita del Sacratissimo Corpo di Christo di Monopoli. Cinque secoli di storia, culto e arte, 1513-2013. Atti della Giornata di Studi, Monopoli 28 settembre 2013. Martina Franca (TA): Artebaria Edizioni, 2014. Review by Anna Maria Grossi. Pp. 27-28.

– Dadson, Trevor. Tolerance and Coexistence in Early Modern Spain: Old Christians and Moriscos in the Campo de Calatrava. Woodbridge, UK: Tamesis, 2014. Review by Pamela Arancibia. Pp. 50-53.

-Di Pinto, Daniela. Le confraternite laicali dell’arcidiocesi di Trani. Fonti archiviste e note storiche. Cargeghe (SS): Editoriale Documenta, 2014. Review by Elena Brizio. Pp. 28-31.

Publications Reviewed. Pp. 31.