Renaissance Quarterly

A journal covering art, literature, and history of the Renaissance for the academic audience. Contains research studies, review essays, and book reviews. Features literary works and themes, as well as specialized studies in the arts, religion, and social

Articles from Vol. 50, No. 1, Spring

Reprinting Tudor History: The Case of Catherine of Aragon
Juan Luis Vives's Instruction of a Christen Woman (hereafter ICW),(1) the text Ruth Kelso has described as the most influential conduct book for women of the sixteenth century,(2) was printed and reprinted in English over nine times during the course...
The Influence of Humanism on Post-Reformation Catholic Preachers in France
Prior to the reformation, most sermons given in France were structured according to the "modern method" of division and subdivision, which proceeded in rather artificial fashion from theme to protheme, then to the elaboration of theological points and...