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BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE:

Adams, Alison, Stephen Rawles, and Alison M. Saunders. A Bibliography of French Emblem Books. Vol. 2: L-Z. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. xxii + 760 pp. illus. bibi. n.p. ISBN: 2-600-00676-1.

Ferriss, Suzanne, Shari Benstock, and Susanne Woods. A Handbook of Literary Feminisms. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xii + 292 pp. index, gloss. chron. bibi. $29.95. ISBN: 0-19-510206-1.

Fletcher, Stella. The Longman Companion to Renaissance Europe 1390-1530. (Longman Companions to History.) Harlow and New York: Longman, 2000. xiv + 338 pp. index, this, map. chron. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 0-582-29882-2.

Gilly, Carlos. Die Manuskripte in der Bibliothek des Johannes Oporinus: Verzeichnis der Manuskripte und Druckvorlagen aus dem Nachlass Opporins anhand des von Theodor Zwinger und Basilius Amerbach erstellten Inventariums. Basel: Schwabe and Company AG, 2001. 216 pp. index. illus. bibi. 25 EUR ISBN: 3-7965-1088-4.

Gingerich, Owen. An Annotated Census of Copernicus' De Revolucionibus: (Nuremberg, 1543 and Basel, 1566). (Studia Copernicana -- Brill Series, 2.) Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2002. xxxii + 402 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $132. ISBN: 90-04-11466-1.

Lennard, John and Mary Luckhurst. The Drama Handbook: A Guide to Reading Plays. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xii + 416 pp. index. illus. bibi. $14.95. ISBN: 0-19-870070-9.

Mazouer, Charles. Le Theatre francais de la Renaissance. (Dictionnaires & References, 7.) Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2002. 494 pp. index. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 2-7453-0560-3.

Miles, George A. and William S. Reese. America Pictured to the Life: Illustrated Works from the Paul Mellon Bequest. Yale: University Press of New England, 2002. x + 124 Pp. index. illus. $50. ISBN: 0-8457-3138-6.

Nichols, Ann Eljenholm. The Early Art of Norfolk: A Subject List of Extant and Lost Art including Items Relevant to Early Drama. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 2002. viii + 358 pp. index, append. illus. tbls. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 1-58044-34-7.

O'Neill, Charles O. and Joaquin M. Dominguez, eds. Diccionario de Historico de la Compania de Jesus. Vol.4: Biografico-Tematico. Rome: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali, 2001. 4110 pp. index, append. n.p. ISBN: 84-8468-036-3.

Reynolds, John J. and Szilvia E. Szmuk. Spanish Golden Age Drama: An Annotated Bibliography of United States Doctoral Dissertations, 1899-1992, with a Supplement of Non-United States Dissertations. New York: Modern Language Association, 1998. viii + 574 pp. index. $35. ISBN: 0-87352-570-1.

Schrenck, Gilbert. Agrippa d'Aubigne. (Bibliographie des ecrivains francais, 25.) Paris: Memini, 2001. 242 pp. index. 48 EUR. ISBN: 88-86609-39-6.

Simonin, Michel and Jean Balsamo. Abel L'Angelier and Francoise de Louvain (1574-1620): Catalogue des ouvrages publies par Abel L'Angelier (1574-1610) et la Veuve L'Angelier (1610-1620). Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. 636 pp. index. illus. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 2-600-00632-X.

EDITIONS, TRANSLATIONS, AND DOCUMENTS:

Agricola, Rudolph. Letters (MR 216). Eds. Adrie van der Laan and Fokke Akkerman. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2002. x + 436 pp. index. illus. gloss. bibl. $38. ISBN: 0-86698-252-2.

Adam of Bremen, History of the Archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen. Trans. Francis J. Tschan. (Records of Western Civilization.) New York: Columbia University Press, 2002. xlvi + 257 pp. index. bibl. $49.50 (cl), $18.50 (pbk). ISBN: 0-231-12575-5 (cl), 0-231-12575-5 (pbk).

Bainton, Roland H. and Delio Cantimori. The Correspondence of Roland H. Bainton and Delio Cantimori 1932-1966: An Enduring Transatlantic Friendship between Two Historians of Religious Toleration. Ed. John A. Tedeschi. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2002. 314 pp. index, append. 29 EUR. ISBN: 88-222-5119-9.

Bigolina, Giulia. Urania. Ed. Valeria Finucci. (Biblioreca del Cinquecento, 104.) Rome: Bulzoni Editore, 2002. 196 pp. index. 20 EUR. ISBN: 88-8319-705-4.

Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. The Phantom Lady (La dame duende). Ed. Donald Allen Beecher. Trans. James Nelson Novoa. (Carleton Renaissance Plays in Translation, 37.) Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions Inc., 2002. 152 pp. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 1-895537-68-1.

Cavendish, Margaret. Bell in Campo and The Sociable Companions. Ed. Alexandra G. Bennett. (Broadview Literacy Texts.) Orchard Park, NY and Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2002. 230 pp. append. bibl. $12.95. ISBN: 1-55111-287-6.

Collett, Barry; ed. Female Monastic Life in Early Tudor England with an Edition of Richard Fox's Translation of the Benedictine Rule for Women, 1517. Trans. Richard Fox. (The Early Modern Englishwoman 1500-1750, Contemporary Editions.) Burlington, VT and Hampshire: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. l79 pp. index. illus. bibl. $69.95. ISBN: 1-84014-609-5.

Comanini, Gregorio. The Figino, or On the Purpose of Painting: Art Theory in the Late Renaissance. Eds. Giancarlo Maiorino and Ann Doyle-Anderson. Buffalo and Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2001. xxii + 158 pp. index. bibl. $50 (cl), $21.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8020-3574-4 (cl), 0-8020-8446-X (pbk).

Contarini, Gasparo. The Office of a Bishop (De Officio viri boni et probi episcopi). Ed. John Patrick Donnelly. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Marquette University Press, 2002. 136 pp. index. bibl. $15. ISBN: 0-87462-706-0.

Crist, Stephen A., ed. Enchiridion Geistliker Leder unde Psalmen, Magdeburg 1536: Introductory Study and Facsimile Edition. Agedrup: Scholars' Press, 1994. x + 120 pp. index. n.p. ISBN: 1-55540-967-9.

de Belges, Jean Lemaire. Des Anciennes pompes funerailles. Paris: Societe des Textes Francais Modernes, 2001. xciv + 186 pp. index. illus. gloss. bibi. n.p. ISBN: 2-86503-264-7.

de Bovelles, Charles. Lettres et poemes de Charles de Bovelles: Edition critique, introduction et commentaire du ms. 1134 de la Bibliotheque de l'Universite de Paris. Ed. Jean-Claude Margolin. Paris: Honors Champion Editeur, 2002. cl + 1000 PP. index. append. illus. bibl. 137 EUR. ISBN: 2-7453-0658-8.

de Commynes, Philippe. Memoires. Ed. Joel Blanchard. (Lettres gothiques.) Paris: Librairie Generale Francaise, 2001. 896 pp. index, gloss. bibl. 12.15 EUR. ISBN: 2-253-06677-X.

de Gournay, Marie le Jars. Apology for the Woman Writing and other works. Eds. Richard Hillman and Colette Quesnel. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2002. xxviii + 176 pp. index, bibl. $17. ISBN: 0-226-30556-2.

Della Porta, Giovan Battista. Teatro secondo tomo: Commedie. Ed. Raffaele Sirri. (Edizione Nazionale delle Opere di Giovan Bartista della Porta, 15.) Naples and Rome: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 2002. xxv + 546 pp. index. 42 EUR. ISBN: 88-495-0256-7

di Lasso, Orlando. The Complete Motets 16: Cantiones sacrae sex vocum (Graz, 1594). Ed. David Crook. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, 2002. xxxiii + 252 pp. tbls. $103. ISBN: 0-89579-500-0.

di Matteo Petriboni, Pagolo and Matteo di Borgo Rinaldi. Priorista (1407-1459). With two appendices (1282-1406). Ed. Jacqueline A. Gutwirth. Roma: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 2001. xiv + 622 pp. index, append. 70.24 EUR. ISBN: 88-87114-95-1.

Du Bellay, Joachim. La deffence, et illustration de la langue francoyse (1549). Ed. Jean-Charles Monferran. (Textes Litteraires Francais.) Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2001. 414 pp. index, gloss. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 2-600-00647-8.

Ford, John. Love's Sacrifice. Ed. Antony Telford Moore. (The Revels Plays.) Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press/St. Martin's Press, 2002. xxviii + 323 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $69.95. ISBN: 0-7190-1557-X.

Jones, Lars R. Letters. Ed. Fokke Akkerman. (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 216; Bibliotheca Latinitatis Novae, 4.) Assen: Harvard University Art Museums, 2002. x + 435 pp. index. illus. gloss. bibl. 64.50 EUR. ISBN: 90-232-3808-7.

Lane, John. John Lane's 1621 Pastoral Poem, Tritons Trumpet; An Edition of the Trinity College Manuscript Collated with the British Library Manuscript. Ed. Verne Underwood. Lewiston, NY and Queenston, ON: The Edwin Mellon Press, 2001. xxviii + 496 pp. gloss. $119.95. ISBN: 0-7734-7453-6.

Machiavelli, Niccolo and Francesco Guicciardini. The Sweetness of Power: Machiavelli's Discourses and Guicciardini's Considerations. Trans. James B. Atkinson and David Sices. De Kalb, IL: Northern Illinois University Press, 2002. xxxviii + 466 pp. index. $55. ISBN: 0-87580-288-5.

Microw, Charles Christopher, trans. The Two Cities A Chronicle of Universal History to the Year 1146 A.D. by Otto, Bishop of Freising. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002. xxxiii + 523 pp. index, bibl. $52.50 (cl), $24.50 (pbk). ISBN: 0-231-12600-X (cl), 0-231-12601-8 (pbk).

Nicaenus, Eustratius. Commentaria in II librum posteriorum analytico rum Aristotelis and Anonymous, Expositiones in II librum posteriorum resolutiuorum Aristotelis (1542). Ed. Charles H. Lohr. Trans. Andreas Gratiolus. (Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca, 7.) Stuttgart: Frommann-Holzboog, 2001. xiv + 196 pp. illus. 148.27 EUR. ISBN: 3-7728-1227-9.

Osborne, Dorothy. Dorothy Osborne: Letters to Sir William Temple, 1652-54: Observations on Love, Literature, Politics and Religion. Ed. Kenneth Parker. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xii + 348 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $84.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0382-2.

Shakespeare, William. King Henry V Ed. Emma Smith. (Shakespeare in Production.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xvi + 244 pp. index. illus. chron. bibl. $23. ISBN: 0-521-59511-8.

Shakespeare, William. King Henry VI, Part 3. Eds. Eric Rasmussen and John D. Cox. (The Arden Shakespeare, Third Series.) London: Thomson Learning, 2001. xviii + 460 pp. index, append. illus. bibi. [pounds sterling]7.99. ISBN: 1-903436-31-1.

Shakespeare, William. King Richard II. Ed. Charles R. Forker. (The Arden Shakespeare, third series.) London: Thomson Learning, 2002. xiv +260 pp. index, append. illus. this. bibl. [pounds sterling]7.99. ISBN: 1-903436-33-8.

Shakespeare, William. King Richard III. Ed. Gillian Day. (The Arden Shakespeare, Shakespeare at Stratford.) London: Thomson Learning, 2002. xiv + 260 pp. index. append. illus. bibl. [pounds sterling]15.99. ISBN: 1-903436-12-5.

Shakespeare, William. The Complete Sonnets and Poems. Ed. Colin Burrow. (The Oxford Shakespeare.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. x + 750 pp. index, append. illus. $99. ISBN: 0-19-818431-X.

Shakespeare, William. The Merchant of Venice. Ed. Miriam Gilbert. (The Arden Shakespeare, Shakespeare at Stratford.) London: Thomson Learning, 2002. xvi + 184 pp. index, append. illus. bibi. [pounds sterling]15.99. ISBN: 1-903436-13-3.

Shakespeare, William. The Winter's Tale. Ed. Patricia E. Tatspaugh. (The Arden Shakespeare, Shakespeare at Stratford.) London: Thomson Learning, 2002. xvi + 24O pp. index, append. illus. bibl. [pounds sterling]15.99. ISBN: 1-903436-16-8.

Summers, Kirk Mims, ed. A View from the Palatine: The Juvenalia of Theodore de Beze. Tempe, AZ: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 2001. xxxvi + 462 pp. append. $40. ISBN: 0-86698-279-5.

Thiel, Rainer and Charles H. Lohr, eds. Commentaria in quinque voces Porphyrii and In Aristotelis categorias. Trans. Pomponius Gauricus and Ioannes Baptista Rasarius. (Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca Versiones latinae temporis resuscitatarum litterarum, 9.) Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog, 2002. xxii + 203 pp. 148 EUR. ISBN: 3-7728-1229-5.

van Dam, Harm-Jan, trans. Hugo Grotius: De imperio summarum potestatum circa sacra, Vol. 1-2. Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2001. 1101 pp. index. append. bibl. $249. ISBN: 90-04-12027-0.

Vianello, Andrea. The Instruction of a Christen Woman. Eds. Margaret Mikesell and Elizabeth H. Hageman. Chicago and Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2002. 344 pp. index, append. gloss, bibl. $39.95. ISBN: 0-252-02677-2.

ANTHOLOGIES AND TEXTS

Booy, David. Personal Disclosures: An Anthology of Self-writings from the Seventeenth Century. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xiv + 456 pp. index. bibi. $89.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0121-8.

Hue, Denis. Petite anthologie palinodique (1486-1550). (Textes de la renaissance, 59.) Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2002, 458 pp. index, gloss. 69 EUR. ISBN: 2-7453-0689-8.

Winn, Colette H., ed. Protestations et revendications feminines: Textes oublies et inedits sur l'education feminine (XVI-XVII siecle), Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2002. 276 pp. index. illus. gloss. bibi. n.p. ISBN: 2-7453-0649-9.

Contents: Marie le Gendre, Dame de Rivery "L'exercice de 1'ame vertueuse (1597)"; Charlotte de Brachart, "Harengue (1604)"; Marguerite de Valois ou de France, "Discours docte et subtil (1618)"; Suzanne de Nervese, "Apologie en faveur des femmes (1642)"; Jacqueline de Miremont, "Apologie pour les Dames (1602)"; Jacquette Guillaume, "Les Dames illustres (1665)"; and Gabrielle Suchion, "Traite de la morale et de la politique (1693)"; and "Madame de Pringy, "Les differens caracteres (1694)."

COLLECTIONS AND STUDIES

Ackerman, James S. Origins, Imitation, Conventions: Representation in the Visual Arts. The MIT Press, 2002. xiv + 328 Pp. index, append. illus. $45. ISBN: 0-262-01186-7.

Contents: James S. Ackerman, "On the Origins of Art History and Criticism"; "The Origins of Architectural Drawing in the Middle Ages and Renaissance"; "Leonardo Da Vinci's Church Designs"; "On the Origins of Architectural Photography"; "Imitation"; "Art and Science in the Drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci"; "The Aesthetics of Architecture in the Renaissance"; "The Influence of Antiquity on Italian Renaissance Villas"; "Daniele Barbaro and Vitruvius"; "Palladio: Classical in What Sense?"; "Thomas Jefferson and Italy"; and "The Conventions and Rhetoric of Architectural Drawing."

Allen, Michael J.B. and Valery Rees, ed. Marsilio Ficino: His Theology, His Philosophy, His Legacy. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, 108.) Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2002. xxii + 493 pp. index. illus. bibl. $125. ISBN: 90-04-11855-1.

Contents: Peter Serracino-Inglott, "Ficino the Priest"; Dennis E Lackner, "The Camaldolese Academy: Ambrogio Traversari, Marsilio Ficino and the Christian Platonic Tradition"; Jorg Lausrer, "Marsilio Ficino as a Christian Thinker: Theological Aspects of Platonism"; Christopher S. Celenza, "Late Antiquity and Florentine Platonism: The 'Post-Plotinian' Ficino"; Anthony Levi, "Ficino, Augustine and the Pagans"; Clement Salaman, "Echoes of Egypt in Hermes and Ficino"; Moshe Idel, "Prisca Theologia in Marsilio Ficino and in Some Jewish Treatments"; Michael J.B. Allen, "Life as a Dead Platonist"; John Monfasani, "Marsilio Ficino and the Plato-Aristotle Controversy"; Tamara Alberrini, "Intellect and Will in Marsilio Ficino: Two Correlatives of a Renaissance Concept of the Mind"; Angela Voss, "Orpheus revivivus: The Musical Magic of Marsilio Ficino"; Donald Beecher, "Ficino, Theriaca and the Stars"; Hioshi Hirai, "Concepts of Seeds and Nature in the Work of Marsilio Ficino"; Sergius Kodera, "Narcissus, Divine Gazes a nd Bloody Mirrors: the Concept of Matter in Ficino"; Stephane Toussaint, "Ficino, Archimedes and the Celestial Arts"; Francis Ames-Lewis, "Neoplatonism and the Visual Arts at the Time of Marsilio Ficino"; Valery Rees, "Ficino's Advice to Princes"; Arthur Field, "The Platonic Academy of Florence"; Jill Kraye, "Ficino in the Firing Lane: A Renaissance Neoplatonist and His Critics"; Dilwyn Knox, "Ficino and Copernicus"; and Stephen Clucas, "'To rauish and refine an earthly soule': Ficino and the Poetry of George Chapman."

Balsamo, Jean, ed. Les Funerailles a la Renaissance: XII colloque international de la Societe Francaise d'Etude du Seizieme Siecle Bar-le-Duc, 2-5 decembre 1999. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. 532 pp. index. illus. map. n.p. ISBN: 2-600-00636-2.

Contents : Jean-Pierre Babelon, "Preface"; Michel Simonin, "L'ouverture de la terre"; Monique Chatener, "Quelques aspects des funerailles nobiliaires au XVI[subset] siecle"; Murielle Gaude-Ferragu, "La mort du prince: les funerailles de Pierre de Beaujeu duc de Bourbon"; Hubertus Gunther, "Das Projekr Kaiser Maximilians fur sein Grabmal"; Elizabeth A. R. Brown, "Refreshment of the Dead: Post mortem Meals, Anne de Bretagne, Jean Lemaire de Belges, and the Influence of Antiquity on Royal Ceremonial"; Jean Guillaume, "Les tombes des Gouffier: deuil familial et piete personnelle au milieu du XVI[subset] siecle"; Ana Isabel Buescu, "Une sepulture pour le roi. La translation de la depouille du roi Manuel I de Portugal au monastere des Jeronimos (1551)"; Giovanni Ricci, "Les funerailles en effigie en Italie (Ferrare, Venise, Florence, Mantoue, Milan)"; Isabelle Balsamo, "Les tombeaux des Guises"; Alain Culliere, "Les funerailles du duc de Mercoeur a Nancy (1602)"; Georges Frecher, "Formes et fonctions des livres de Pompes funebres"; Isabelle de Conihout and Pascal Ract-Madoux, "Venues, penitents et tombeaux: reliures francaises du XVI[subset] siecle a motifs funebres, de Catherine de Medicis a Henri III"; Max Engammare, "L'inhumation de Calvin et des pasteurs genevois de 1540 a 1620. Un depouillement tres propherique et une pompe funebre protesmante qui se met en place"; Frank Lestringant, "Anti-funerailles, ou la guerre des cimetieres (1594-98)"; Dominique de Courcelles, "Funerailles indiennes en Nouvelle Espagne au XVI[subset] siecle: ou la memoire imposee"; Marie Madeleine Fontaine, "Antiquaires et rites funeraires"; Chiara Lastraioli, "Les Funerali antichi de Tommaso Porcacchi"; Sophie Garnier, "Rhetorique de la consolation dans la deploraton funebre des Grands Rhetoriqueurs"; Daniel Menager, "L'eglogue funebre de la Renaissance"; Marie Dominique LeGrand, "Discours et themes funebres chez Jules-Cesar Scaliger (1484-1558): aspects d'une taxonomie ou d'une mise en scene?"; Amaury Fleges, "Et moy chetif je vy!"... Magn y, Ronsard, et l'Ombre de Salel (1554)"; Isabelle Pantin and Michel Magnien, "Du Monin au miroir de ses tombeaux"; Marie-Francoise, "Piejus Ortensio Lando et l'oraison funebre parodique"; Colette H. Winn, "L'epitte consolatoire au seizieme siecle: un genre en voie de definition"; and Alexandre Tarrete, "La Consolation de Guillaume du Vair sur la mort de sa soeur."

Camerota, Michele and Ottavio Besomi, eds. Galileo e il parnaso tychonico: Un capitolo inedito del dibattito sulle comete tra finzione letteraria e trattazione scientifica. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2000. vi + 274 pp. index. illus. gloss. 29.95 EUR. ISBN: 88-222-4949-2.

Contents: Michele Camerota, "Gran portento di foco"; "Un' Assemblea fatta in Parnaso avanti Apollo"; "Parnaso Tychonico"; "Assemblea celeste"; "Accademico Danico"; and "Esopo in Parnaso"; Ottavio Besomi, "Assemblea Celeste"; "Criteri di edizione"; "Assemblea celeste radunata novamente in Parnaso sopra la nova Cometa"; "Abbozzi di Mario Guiducci risposta alla Assemblea celeste (Ms. Conv. Sopprl A.5.1443)"; and "Criteri di edizione."

Canone, Eugenio and Germana Elisa Ernst, eds. Bruniana and Campanelliana: Ricerche filosofiche e materiali storico testuali, Vol. 1-2. Rome: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali, 2002. 664 pp. index, illus. 36 EUR. ISBN: n.a.

Contents: Giovanni Aquilecchia, "'Indi ti posi': tassello poetico bruniano nel Canto Notturno di Leopardi?"; Francesco Beretta, "Giordano Bruno e l'Inquisizione romana. Considerazioni sul processo"; Teresa Bonaccorsi, "'Clausos rerum aperire sinus.' L'esperimento di un poeta linceo: Virginio Cesatini"; Anna Cerbo, "La Sirenide di Paolo Regio"; Armando Maggi, "'Il secondo albero della vita': L'esaurirsi del pensiero rinascimentale nel Mondo magico degli eroi di Cesare della Riviera"; Maurizio Slawinski, "La poetica di Giulio Cortese tra Campanella eMarino"; Sylvie Taussig, "Le cas Epicure: un proces de rehabilitation, par Gassendi"; Ugo Baldini and Leen Spruit, "Campanella trail processo romano e la congiura di Calabria. A proposito di due lettere inedite a Santori"; Virtoria Perrone Compagni, "Una fonte ermetica: il Liher orationum planetarum"; Luciano Albanese, "Bruno e le linee indivisibili"; Jean-Louis Fournel, "Le conttole des manages et des naissances dans la pensee politique de Gampanella"; Francesco Gi ancotti, "Postille a una nuova edizione delle poesie di Campanella"; Delfina Giovannozzi, "Una nuova fonte del De monade: le Lectiones di Celio Rodigino"; Luigi Guerrini, "'Luzpequena.' Galileo fra gli astrologi"; Margherita Palumbo, "Un 'introvabile' Bruno casanarense"; Paolo Ponzio, "Un quarto manoscritto del campanelliano Compendium physiologide"; Antonio Savorelli, "Le ultime pagine bruniane di Felice Tocco"; Oreste Trabucco, "Nell'officina di Giovan Battista Delia Porta"; Leen Spruit, "Tra scienza e fede: I Gesuiri di fronte alla rivoluzione scientifica. A proposiro di alcuni studi recenri di Ugo Baldini"; A. Perfetti, "'Interlocutori' bruniani: A proposito di due recenti pubblicazioni sul dibattito scientifico di fine Cinqueconto"; G. Landolfi Petrone, "B. Spaventa, lettera sulla dottrina di Bruno. Scritri inediri 1853-1854"; Hilary Gatti, "'Chiarificazione scenica': il Candelajo con regia di Luca Ronconi"; Guido Giglioni, "Autobiography as self-mastery. Writing, Madness, and Method in Girolamo Cardano" ; Anthony Grafton, "Cardano's Proxeneta: Prudence for Professors"; Luigi Guerrini, "L'aurora sospesa di Proxeneta"; Michel-Pierre Lerner, "Le panegyrique differe ou les aleas de la notice 'Thomas Campanella' des Apes Urbanae"; Ingo Schutze, "Cardano und die Affektenlehre der Musik"; Laura Simoni Varanini, 'Antonio Nardi: note in margine ai manoscritti"; Thomas Cerbu, "Cardano consults Alciati, or the physician seeks a cure"; Germana Ernst, "'Quasi totius orbis theatro.' Il supplizio di un inglese, Roma 20 giugno 1595"; Luciano Albanese, "Bruno e la croce di Serapide"; Eugenio Canone, "Variazioni bruniane I. Giordano Bruno e Mauro Fiorenrino"; Margherita Palumbo, "Intorno a un Cardano annorato da Andteas Dudith"; Alessandro Savorelli, "Bruno, Labriola e ii posirivismo. Un volume su Galilei e Bruno nell'immaginatio dei movimenti popolari fra Otto e Novecento"; Francesco Paolo Casavola, "Per una Enciclopedia Bruniana e Campanelliana"; Germana Ernst, Massimo L. Bianchi, V. Gavagna, M. Baldi, and Luigi Guerrini, " Cardaniana"; Edoardo Tortarolo, "Epikureismus vom Humanismus bis zur Aufklarung, Recht, Politik und Moral, Wolfenbuttel, 23-24. November 2000"; Arcangelo Rossi, "Nuove luci su Galileo: l'edizione BesomiHelbing e i Saggi galileiani di Nonnoi"; Luigi Guerrini, "T Campanella, Apologia pro Galileo. Apologie de Galilde. Texte, traduction er note par M.-P. Lerner, Les Belles Lettres, Paris 2001"; Ornella Pompeo Faracovi, "Questioni di parole"; Parrizia Falleni, "Un obiettivo implicito della polemica antiastrologica di Pico: I commenti aristotelici di Alberto Magno"; Paolo Edoardo Fornaciari, "Aspetti dell'itinerario cabbalistico di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola"; Teodoro Katinis, "Medicina e astrologia nel Consilio contro la pestilentia di Ficino"; S. Donadeo, "A. Watburg, The

Renewal of Pagan Antiquity, S. Settis ed. Getty Research for the History of Art and Humanities, Los Angeles 1999"; and Ornella Pompeo Faracovi, "F. Cumont, Astrologie et Religion chez les Grecs et les Romains, a cura di I. Tassigno, Institut Historique Beige de Rome, Bruxelles-Rome 2000."

Clogan, Paul Maurice, ed. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture: Ethnicity and Self-Identity. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group, 2002. xii + 148 pp. $75. ISBN: 0-7425-1303-3.

Contents: Michael A. Faletra, "Once and Future Britons: The Welsh in Lawman's Brut"; Fabian Alfie, "Men on Bottom: Homoeroticism in Cecco Angiolieri"; Michael Calabrese, "Men and Sex in Boccaccio's Decameron"; Dominique Battles, "Boccaccio's Teseida and the Destruction of Troy"; Daniel Bornstein, "Spiritual Culture, Material Culture: Church Inventories in Fifteenth-Century Cortona"; Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, "Classical Myths and Legends in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: A Dictionary of Allegorical Meanings"; Robin Chapman Stacey, "King of Mysteries: Early Irish Religious Writings"; William W. Kibler, "Perceval: The Story of the Grail"; Ruth Mazo Karras, "Getting Medieval: Sexualities and Communities, Pre- and Postmodern"; Keith Busby, "Arthurian Narrative in the Latin Tradition"; Brigitt Bedos-Rezak, "Aristocratic Women in Medieval France"; Howard Marchitello, "The Melancholy Muse: Chaucer, Shakespeare and Early Medicine"; Marian Eide, "The Sensual Philosophy: Joyce and the Aesthetics of Mysticism"; Waltn er Ludwig, "The Renaissance in Europe: A Cultural Enquiry"; Charles Witke, "God and Gold in Late Antiquity"; David C. Fowler, "Iconography and the Professional Reader: The Politics of Book Production in the Douce Piers Plowman"; Peggy McCracken, "Anger's Past: The Social Uses of an Emotion in the Middle Ages"; and John W. Baldwin, "The First Universities."

Cuneo, Pia Francesca, ed. Artful Armies, Beautiful Battles: and Warfare in Early Modern Europe. (History of Warfare, 9.) Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2002. xii + 266 pp. index. bibl. illus. $113. ISBN: 90-04-11588-9.

Contents: Guy Wilson, "Military Science, History, and Art"; Sigrun Haude, "Warfare and Artistic Production in the German Lands During the Thirty Years' War (1618-48)"; Larry Silver, "Shining Armor: Emperor Maximilian, Chivalry, and War"; Pia Cuneo, "Images of Warfare as Political Legitimization: Jorg Breu the Elder's Rondels for Maximilian I's Hunting Lodge at Lermos (ca. 1516)"; Liana De Girolami Cheney, "Giorgio Vasari's and Niccolo Machiavelli's Medicean Emblems of War and Peace in the Portrait of Duke Alessandro de Medici"; Julie-Anne Plax, "Seventeenth-Century French Images of Warfare"; Andrew Morrall, "Soldiers and Gypsies: Outsiders and Their Families in Early Sixteenth-Century German Art"; Diane Wolfthal, "Remembering Amalek and Nebuchadnezzar: Biblical Warfare and Symbolic Violence in Two Images in Italian Renaissance Yiddish Books of Customs"; and Gwendolyn Trottein, "Battling Fortune in Sixteenth-Century Italy: Cellini and the Changing Faces of Fortuna."

Del Treppo, Mario, ed. Condottieri e uomini d'arme nell'Italia del Rinascimento. (Europa Mediterranea Quaderni, 18.) Naples: Liguori Editore S.R.L, 2001. xix + 484 pp. index. 34.50 EUR. ISBN: 88-207-3141-X.

Contents: Franca Cardini, "Condottieri e uomini d'arme nell'Iralia del Rinascimento"; Aldo A. Settia, "Gli 'Insegnamenti' di Teodoro di Monferrato e la prassi bellica in Italia all'inizio del Trecento"; Ugo Barlozzetti, "Aspetti e problemi della prassi guerresca di un capitana di ventura. Giovanni Acuta dalla campagna di Lombardia del 1390/1 alla difesa della Toscana"; Isabella Lazzarini, "Marchesi e condottieri: I lineamenti di una specializzazione militare nel quadro della construzione del principato di Mantova fra Tre e Quattrocento"; Roberto Navarrini, "Pandolfo Malatesta signore di Brescia"; Paolo Viti, "'Bonus miles et fortis ac civium suorum amator'. La figura del condottiere nell'opera di Leonardo Bruni"; Gabriella Albanese, "Lo spazio della gloria. 11 condottiero nel 'De viris illustribus' di Facio e nella trattatistica dell'Umanesimo"; Claudio Marazzini, "La biblioteca del condottiero"; Hannelore Zug Tucci, "La morte del condottiere: Braccia, I Bracceschi e altri"; Maria Nadia Covini, "Milano e Bolo gna dopo il 1455. Scambi militari, condotte, e diplomazia"; Maria Grazia Blasia, "Immagini di un condottiere: Braccio da Montone e l'occupazione di Roma del 1417"; Giuliana Crevatin, "Vite vendute: iografie di capitani di ventura"; Bruno Figiluolo, "La 'pietas' del condottiero: il pellegrinaggio di Roberto Sanseverino in Terrasanra (30 aprile 1458-19 gennaio 1459)"; Francesco Senatore, "Pontano e le guerra di Napoli"; Christine Shaw, "The Roman Barons and the Security of the Papal States"; Francesco Storti, "Il principe condottiero. Le campagne militari di Alfonso duca di Calabria"; Michael Mallett, "I condottieri nelle guerre d'Italia"; Leitzia Aracngeli, "Carriere milirari dell' aristocrazia padana nelle guerre d'Italia"; Mario Del Treppo, "Sulfa struttura della compagnia o condotta militare"; and Marco Tangheroni, "Conclusioni."

Dodds, George and Robert Tavernor, eds. Body and Building: Essays on the Changing Relation of Body and Architecture. Cambridge, MA and London: The MIT Press, 2002. x + 428 pp. index. bibl. $45. ISBN: 0-262-04195-2.

Contents: George Baird, "Introduction 'A Promise as Well as a Memory': Toward an Intellectual Biography of Joseph Rykwert"; Dailbor Vesely, "The Architectonics of Embodiment"; John Onians, "Greek Temple and Greek Brain"; Mark Wilson Jones, "Doric Figuration"; Robert Tavernor, "Contemplating Perfection through Piero's Eyes"; Alma Payne, "Reclining Bodies: Figural Ornament in Renaissance Architecture"; Simon Pepper, "Body, Diagram, and Geometry in the Renaissance Fortress"; Harry Francis Mallgrave, "Dancing with Vitruvius: Corporeal Fantasies in Northern Classicism"; Vaughn Hart, "On Inigo Jones and the Stuart Legal Body: 'Justice and Equity...and Proportions Appertaining"'; Karsten Harries, "Sphere and Cross: Vitruvian Reflections on the Pantheon Type"; Alberto Perez-Gomez, "Charles-Etienne Briseux: The Musical Body and the Limits of Instrumentality in Architecture"; Richard Sennett, "The Foreigner"; Neil Leach, " Vitruvius Crucif ix us: Architecture, Mimesis, and the Death Instinct"; Marcia F. Feuerstein, "Bo dy and Building Inside the Bauhaus' Darker Side: On Oskar Schlemmer"; George Dodds, "Desiring Landscapes/Landscapes of Desire: Scopic and Somatic in the Brion Sanctuary"; David Leatherbarrow, "Sitting in the City, or The Body in the World"; William Braham and Paul Emmons, "Upright or Flexible? Exercising Posture in Modern Architecture"; Kenneth Frampton, "Corporeal Experience in the Architecture of Tadao Ando"; and Vittorio Gregotti, "Epilogue: Joseph Rykwert: An Anthropologist of Architectural History?"

Eisenbichler, Konrad, ed. The Premodern Teenager: Youth in Society 1150-1650. (Essays and Studies, 1.) Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2002. xii + 350 pp. index. illus. n.p. ISBN: 0-7727-2018-5.

Contents: Konrad Eisenbichler, "Introduction"; Ilaria Taddei, "Puerizia, Adolescenza and Giovinezza: Images and Conceptions of Youth in Florentine Society During the Renaissance"; Ludovica Sebregondi, "Clothes and Teenagers: What Young Men Wore in Fifteenth-Century Florence"; Roni Weinstein, "'Thus Will Giovani Do': Jewish Youth Sub-Culture in Early Modern Italy"; Ottavia Niccoli, "Rituals of Youth: Love, Play, and Violence in Tridentine Bologna"; Virginia A. Cole, "Ritual, Religion, and the Royal Teenager: The Case of Edward II of England"; Robert Zajkowski, "Henry VI of England: The Ritual Education of an Adolescent Prince"; Mark H. Lawborn, "Taking Pains for the Prince: Age, Patronage, and Penal Surrogacy in Samuel Rowley's When You See Me, You Know Me"; Christopher Carlsmith, "Troublesome Teens: Approaches to Educating and Disciplining Youth in Early Modern Italy"; Marian Rothstein, "Teen Knights: Interpreting Precocity in Early Modern Life-Stories"; Ruth Mazo Karras, "Young Knights Under the Feminine Gaz e"; Kelly DeVries, "Teenagers at War During the Middle Ages"; Fiona Harris Stoertz, "Sex and the Medieval Adolescent"; Philip D. Collington, "'Like One Thar Fears Robbing': Cuckoldry Anxiety and The Two Gentlemen of Verona"; Ursula Porter, "Greensickness in Romeo and Juliet: Considerations on a Sixteenth-Century Disease of Virgins"; Carol Lansing, "Girls in Trouble in Late Medieval Bologna"; John Carmi Parsons, "The Medieval Aristocratic Teenaged Female: Adolescent or Adult?"; and John Leland, "Leaving Town to Work for the Family: The Counter-Migration of Teenaged Servants in Fourteenth-Century England."

Fabrizio-Cosra, Silvia, ed. Phenix: mythe(s) et signe(s): actes du colloque international de Caen (12-l4 octobre 2000). Berlin and Bern: Peter Lang, 2001.x+ 444 pp. illus. tbls. $64.95. ISBN: 3-906767-89-2.

Contents: Silvia Fabrizio-Costa, "Introduction"; Nicole Guilleux, "L'etymologie de phenix: un etat des lieux"; Francoise Lecocq, "L'Empereur romain et le Phenix"; Arpad Miklos Nagy, "Le phenix et l'oiseau-benu sur les gemmes magiques"; Alain Goulon, "L'oiseau Phenix de Lactance e ses attaches a l'oeuvre apologetique"; Jean Maurice, "L'image du Phenix dans les bestiaires moralises francais des XIIe et XIIIe siecles"; Katia Zakharia, "La anqa. Quelle place pour le phenix dans le monde arabo-musulman classique?"; Pierre Gouhier, "Le roi est mort, vive le roi"; Francois Gramusset, "D'Herodote a Borges: Phenix de la lettre, Phenix de la parole, cendres de l'iterature"; Sophie Lucet, "Resurgences du mythe antique dans l'ecriture theatrale contemporaine"; Yann Druet, "La symbolique du Phenix dans la francmaconnerie des hauts grades"; Jean-Paul Pittion, "En ma fin git ma commencement. Figures politiques du phenix en Angleterre sous Elisabeth et Jacques I"; Silvia Fabrizio-Costa, "Un Phenix baroque a l'Index"; Francis Benard, "Le Phenix et le zoologiste"; Marie-Francoise Carpentier, "Le Phenix entre botanique et symbolique"; Jean-Pierre Le Goff, "Recurrences et invariance: figures du Phoenix en mathematiques"; Carlo Perdretti, "La Fenice di Leonardo"; Denis Fachard, "Image et idee du Phenix dans la poesie de Petrarque"; Sergio Zatti, "La Fenice tassiana e il topos della maledizione epica"; Davide Conrieri, "Apparizioni della Fenice nell' eta barocca"; Elena Sala Di Felice, "La Fenice: ardore di carita, splendore di gloria"; Dominique Delasalle, "Le Phenix e l'oeuvre de D.H. Lawrence: perennite de l'oeuvre et du mythe"; and Piero Cudini, "Variazioni novecentesche sulla fenice."

Gaunt, Peter, ed. The English Civil War: The Essential Readings. Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. viii + 360 pp. index. tbls. map. bibl. $29.95. ISBN: 0-631-20809-7.

Contents: John Morrill, "What was the English Revolution"; Mary Fulbrook, "The English Revolution and the Revisionist Revolt"; Conrad Russell, "The British Problem and the English Civil War"; John Fielding, "Opposition to the Personal Rule of Charles I: The Diary of Robert Woodford, 1637-41"; Conrad Russell, "Why did Charles I Call the Long Parliament?"; and "Why did Charles I Fight the Civil War"; Martyn Bennett, "Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Creation of Rival Administrations at the Beginning of the English Civil War"; John Morrill, "Sir William Brereton and England's Wars of Religion"; Derek Hirst, "The Defection of Sir Edward Dering, 1640-41"; Simon Osborne, "The War, the People and the Absence of the Clubmen in the Midlands, 1642-46"; Ian Roy, "England Turned Germany? The Aftermath of the Civil War in its European Context"; J. Colin Davis, "The Levellers and Christianity"; Patricia Crawford, "Charles Stuart, That Man of Blood"; and Christopher Hill, "A Bourgeois Revolution?"

Grafton, Anthony and William R. Newman, eds. Secrets of Nature: Astrology and Alchemy in Early Modern Europe. Boston: The MIT Press, 2001. 520 pp. $50. ISBN: 0-262-14075-6.

Contents: William R. Newman and Anthony Grafton, "Introduction: The Problematic Status of Astrology and Alchemy in Premodern Europe"; Germana Ernst, "Veritatis Amor Dulcissimus: Aspects of Cardano's Astrology"; Anthony Grafton and Nancy Siraisi, "Between the Election and My Hopes: Girolamo Cardano and Medical Astrology"; H. Darrel Rutkin, "Celestial Offerings: Astrological Motifs in the Dedicatory Letters of Kepler's Astronomia Nova and Galileo's Sidereus Nuncius"; N.H. Clulee, "A "Astronomia Inferior: Legacies of Johannes Trithemius and John Dee"; Didier Kahn, "The Rosicrucian Hoax in France (1623-1624)"; Lauren Kassel, "'The Food of Angels': Simon Forman's Alchemical Medicine"; and William R Newman and Lawrence M. Principe, "Some Problems with the Historiography of Alchemy."

Graham, David, ed. An Interregnum of the Sign: The Emblematic Age in France: Essays in Honour of Daniel S. Russell. (Glasgow Emblem Studies, 6.) Glasgow: Glasgow Emblem Studies, 2001. xx + 252 pp. illus. $15. ISBN: 0-85261-748-8.

Contents: Gisele Mathieu-Castellani, "Les Emblemes du celer dans Delie"; Alison Adams, "Reading Georgette de Montenay"; Alison Saunders, "'Quis, quid, ubi, quibus auxiliis, cur, quomodo, quando?' or: The curious case of Pierre Coustau's Pegma"; Stephen Rawles, "Layout, Typography and Chronology in Chretien Wechel's Editions of Alciato"; David Graham, "Topical Political and Religious Content in French Emblem Books"; Laurence Grove, "'Pour faire tapisserie'? / Moveable Woodeuts: Print/manuscript, text/image at the birth of the emblem"; Michael J. Giordano, "The Blason Anatomique and Related Fields: Emblematics, Nominalism, Mannerism, Descriptive Anatomy as Illustrated by Maurice Sceve's Blason de la Gorge"; Judi Loach, "On Words and Walls"; Paulette Chone, "Pierre Woeiriot ou la pensee du simulacre"; Anne-Elisabeth Spica, "L'emblemarique carholique de devotion en France au XVIIe siecle: Quelques propositions de lecture"; and Agnes Guiderdoni Brusle, "Les formes emblematiques de l'humanisme devot: Une lecture du Catechisme royal (1607) de Louis Richeome, S.J."

Hedrick, Donald and Bryan Reynolds, eds. Shakespeare Without Class: Misappropriations of Cultural Capital Houndmills and New York: Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2000. vi + 298 pp. index. $55. ISBN: 0-312-22271-8.

Contents: Donald Hedrick, "Shakespeare and Transversal Power"; Brian Reynolds, "Shakespeare and Transversal Power"; Robert Weimann, "Performance and Authority in Hamlet"; William Over, "New York's African Theater: Shakespeare Reinterpreted"; Curtis Perry, "Vaulting Ambitions and Killing Machines: Shakespeare, Jarry, Ionesco and the Senecan Absurd"; Brian Reynolds, "'What is the City but the People?': Transversal Performance and Radical Politics in Shakespeare's Coriolanus and Brecht's Coriolan"; Laurie Osborne, "Sweet, Savage, Shakespeare"; Richard Burt, "No Holes Bard: Homonormativity and the Gay and Lesbian Romance with Romeo and Juliet"; James Andreas, "'Where's the Master?': The Technologies of the Stage, Book and Screen in The Tempest and Prospero's Books"; Matt Bergbush, "Additional Dialogue: William Shakespeare, Queer Allegory, and My Own Private Idaho"; Leslie Katz, "Rehearsing the Weird Sisters: The Word as Fetish in Macbeth"; Donald Hedrick, "Shakespeare's Enduring Immorality and the Performative Tu rn: Toward a Transversal Pedagogy"; and Julia Reinhard Lupton, "Afterword: Shakespeare on Marloan."

Helmus, Liesbeth M., ed. Pieter Saenredam, The Utrecht Work: Paintings and Drawings by the Seventeenth-Century Master of Perspective. Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2002. 304 pp. index. illus. bibl. $55. ISBN: 0-89236-665-6.

Contents: Sjarel Ex, "Foreword"; Deborah Gribbon, "Foreword"; Liesbeth M. Helmus, "Introduction"; Arie de Groat, "Pieter Saenredam's views of Utrecht churches and the question of their reliability"; Michiel C. Plomp, "Pieter Saenredam as a draughtsman"; Geraldine van Heemstra, "Space, Light, and Stillness: A description of Saenredam's painting technique"; and Liesbeth M. Helmus, Michiel C. Plomp, and Arie de Groot, "Catalogue."

Herman, Peter C, ed. Reading Monarchs Writing: The Poetry of Henry VIII. Mary Stuart, Elizabeth I, and James VIII. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2002. xiv + 330 PP. index. illus. $40. ISBN: 0-86698-276-0.

Contents: Peter C. Herman and Ray G. Siemens, "Reading Monarchs Writing: Introduction" and "Henry VIII and rhe Poetry of Politics"; Lisa Hopkins, "Writing to Control: The Verse of Mary, Queen of Scots"; Peter C. Herman, "'mes subjectz, mon ame assubjectie': The Problematic (of) Subjectivity in Mary Stuart's Sonnets"; Jennifer Summit, "'The Arte of a Ladies Penne': Elizabeth I and the Poetics of Queenship"; Constance Jordan, "States of Blindness: Doubt, Justice, and Constancy in Elizabeth I's 'Avec l'aveugler si estrange"'; Leah S. Marcus, "Queen Elizabeth I as Public and Private Poet: Notes Toward a New Edition"; Sandra J. Bell, "Kingcraft and Poetry: James VI's Cultural Policy"; and Robert Appelbaum, "War and Peace in The Lepanto."

Highley, Christopher Frank and John N. King, eds. John Foxe and His World. (St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History.) Burlington VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xx + 298 pp. index. $99.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0306-7.

Contents: Anthony Martin, "The End of History: Thomas Norton's 'v periodes' and the Pattern of English Protestant Historiography"; Benedict Scott Robinson, "John Foxe and the Anglo-Saxons"; Dale Hoak, "A Tudor Deborah? The Coronation of Elizabeth I, Parliament, and the Problem of Female Rule"; Christopher J. Warner, "Elizabeth I, Savior of Books: John Bale's Preface to the Scriptorum illustrium maioris Brytanniae ... catalogus (1559)"; Cynthia Wittman Zollinger, "'The booke, the leafe, yea and the very sentence': Sixteenth-Century Literacy in Text and Context"; David S. Kastan, "Little Foxes"; Andrew Pettegree, "Illustrating the Book: a Protestant Dilemma"; Thomas Betteridge, "Truth and History in Foxe's Acts and Monuments"; Lori Anne Ferrel, "Transfiguring Theology: William Perkins and Calvinist Aesthetics"; Christopher Highley, "Richard Verstegan's Book of Martyrs"; Richard Williams, "'Lybels and Payntinges': Elizabethan Catholics and the International Campaign of Visual Propaganda"; Scott Pilarz, "'Campion dead bites with his friends' teeth': Representations of an Early Modern Catholic Martyr"; Marsha R. Robinson, "Doctors, Silly Poor Women, and Rebels Whores: The Gendering of Conscience in Foxe's Acts and Monuments"; Sarah E. Wall, "Editing Anne Askew's Examinations: John Bale, John Foxe, and Early Modern Textual Practices"; Deborah Burks, "Polemical Potency: The Witness of Word and Woodcut"; and David Loades, "Afterword: John Foxe in the Twenty-First Century."

Hochmann, Michel and Philippe Costamagna, eds. Francesco Salviati et la Bella Maniera: Actes des colloques de Rome et de Paris (1998). Rome: Ecole Francais de Rome, 2001. viii + 740 pp. index. illus. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 2-7283-0627-3.

Contents: Catherine Monbeig Goguel, "Francesco Salviati et la Bella Maniera. Quelques points revoir. Interpretation, chronologie, attributions"; Michael Hirst, "Francesco Salviati: Some Additions and Reflections"; Melinda Schlitt, "Lavorando per pratica, Study, Labor and Facility in Vasari's Life ofSalviati"; Leatrice Mendelsohn, "The Sum of the Parts. Recycling Antiquities in the Maniera Workshops of Salviati and his Colleagues"; Alessandro Nova "Erotisimo e spiritualita nella pittura romana del Cinquecento"; Tiziana Giuliani, "Francesco Salviati e gli spettacoli di corte"; Nicole Dacos, "Italiens et Espagnols dans l'atelier de Salviati. La chapelle du Pallio la Chancellerie"; Phillipe Costamagna, "Le mecenat et la politique culturelle du cardinal Giovanni Salviati"; Antonio Pinelli, "La cappella delle tombe scambiate, Novita sulla Cappella Chigi in Santa Maria del Popolo"; Julian Kliemann, "L'immagine di Paolo III come pacificatore. Osservazioni sul Salotto dipinto"; Sylvie Deswarte-Rosa, "Le mage, le calic e, les illuminieres et le reste. Francesco Salviati et Francisco de Holanda entre Rome et Venise (1538-1540)"; Janet Cox-Rearick, "Beyond Eclecticism: Salviati and Giulio Romano"; Annamaria Petrioli Tofani, "Francesco Salviati e Polidoro da Caravaggio: sulle trace di una consonanza"; Simonetta Prosperi Valenti, "Officina farnesiana: disegni per oreficerie"; William R. Rearick, "Francesco Salviati, Giuseppe Porta, and Venetian draftsmen of the 1540s"; Alessandro Baroni, "Francesco Salviati e Giovanni Stradano: riflessioni su una collaborazione"; Suzanne Boorsch, "Salviati and Prints: the Question of Fagiuoli"; Anna Forlani Tempesti, "Studi di teste fra verita e Maniera e aggiunte salviatesche"; Mania Faietti, "Disegni giovanili di Prospero Fontana: da Perino a Vasari, attraverso Salviati"; Florian Harb, "Prospero Fontana alias Giorgio Vasari: Collaboration and the Limits of Authorship"; Lynda Fairbairn, "Orazia Porta circa 1540-1616. A New Draughtsman in the Circle of Giorgio Vasari"; Bert W. Meijer, "A propo s de quelques dessins de Lambert Sustris"; Maria Teresa Caracciolo, "Pour le Maitre des albums Egmont et ses sources"; and Elizabeth Cropper, "Postface."

Horowitz, Elliott and Moises Orfali, eds. The Mediterranean and the Jews. Vol. 2: Society, Culture, and Economy in Early Modern Times. Ramat-Gan: Bar Ilan University Press, 2002. 266 pp. index. $35. ISBN: 965-226-221-8.

Contents: Anna Foa, "The Marrano's Kitchen: External Stimuli, Internal Response, and the Formation of the Marranic Persona"; Elliott Horowitz, "Membership and its Rewards: The Emergence and Decline ofFerrar's Gemilut Hasadim Society 15151603"; David Malkiel, "The Reggios of Gorizia: Modernization in Micro"; Kenneth Stow, "Abramo ben Aron Scazzocchio: Another Kind of Rabbi"; Harm den Boer, "Literature, Politics, Economy: The Spanish and Portuguese Literature of the Sephardic Jews of Amsterdam"; John Edwards, "Andalusia, Rome and the Levant: The Life and Times of Delicado's Lozana"; Edwin Seroussi, "Livorno: A Crossroads in the History of Sephardic Religious Music"; Alisa meyuhas Ginio, "The Ginios of Salonika and Wine Production in Jerusalem"; Moises Orfali, "Dofia Gracia Mendes and the Ragusan Republic: The Successful Use of Economic Institutions in Sixteenth-Century Commerce"; and Benjamin Ravid, "An Introduction to the Charters of the Jewish Merchants of Venice."

Horrox, Rosemary and Sarah Rees Jones, eds. Pragmatic Utopias: Ideals and Communities, 1200-1630. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. x + 276 pp. index. $60. ISBN: 0-521-65060-7.

Contents: John Taylor, "Richard Barrie Dobson: an Appreciation"; Derek Pearsall, "'If heaven be on this earth, it is in cloister or in school': the Monastic Ideal in Later Medieval English Literature"; Janet Burton, "The 'Chariot of Aminadab' and the Yorkshire Priory of Swine"; R. N. Swanson, "Godliness and Good Learning: Ideals and Imagination in Medieval University and College Foundations"; Roger Lovatt, "Hugh of Balsham, Bishop of Ely 1256/57-1286"; Malcolm G. Underwood, "A Cruel Necessity: Christ's and John's Two Cambridge Refoundations"; P. J. P. Goldberg, "Coventry's 'Lollard' Programme of 1492 and the Making of Utopia"; Sarah Rees Jones, "Thomas More's Utopia and Medieval London"; Anthony Muson, "Social Exclusivity or Justice for All? Access to Justice in Fourteenth-Century England"; A. J. Pollard, "Idealising Criminality: Robin Hood in the Fifteenth Century"; Peter Biller, "Fat Christian and Old Peter: Ideals and Compromises among the Medieval Waldensians"; Margaret Aston, "Imageless Devotion: What Ki nd of Ideal"; Miri Rubin, "An English Anchorite: the Making, Unmaking and Remaking of Christine Carpenter"; Colin Richmond, "Victorian Values in Fifteenth-Century England: the Ewelme Almhouse Statutes"; Patrick Collinson, "Puritanism and the Poor"; and Claire Cross, "Realising a Utopian Dream: the Transformation of the Clergy in the Diocese of York, 1500-1630."

Howe, Nicholas, ed. Visions of Community in the Pre-Modern World. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2002. viii + 184 pp. index. illus. $37 (cl), $18 (pbk). ISBN: 0-268-02862-1 (cl), 0-268-02863-X (pbk).

Contents: Nicholas Howe, "Introduction"; Giles Constable, "Individualism and Institutions in Medieval Religious Communities"; Anthony Cutler, "Visual Communities in Byzantium and Medieval Islam"; Pamela Sheingorn, "'Illustris patriarcha Joseph': Jean Gerson, Representations of Saint Joseph, and Imagining Community among Churchmen in the Fifteenth Century"; Annabel Patterson, "Catholic Communities and Their Art"; and Richard L. Kagan, "Cartography and Community in the Hispanic World."

Kerrigan, John. On Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature: Essays. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001. xii + 266 pp. index. $60. ISBN: 0-19-924851-6.

Contents: "Shakespeare as Reviser (1987)"; "Between Michelangelo and Petrarch: Shakespeare's Sonnets of Art (1994)"; "Keats and Lucrece (1988)"; "Henry IV and the Death of Old Double (1990)"; "Secrecy and Gossip in Twelfth Night (1997)"; "The Editor as Reader: Constructing Renaissance Texts (1996)"; "Astrophil's Tragicomedy (1992)"; "Thomas Carew (1988)"; "Milton and the Nightingale (1992)"; and "Revenge Tragedy Revisited, 1649-1683 (1997)."

Latour, Bruno and Peter Weibel, eds. Iconoclash: Beyond the Image Wars in Science, Religion, and Art. Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2002. 703 pp. index, append. illus. $45. ISBN: 0-262-62172-X.

Contents: Bruno Latour, "What is Iconosclash? Or is There a World Beyond the Image Wars?"; Midrash Rabbah, "Abraham and the Idol Shop of His Father Terah"; Pema Konchok, "Buddhism as Focus of Iconoclash in Asia"; Moshe Albertal, "God Doesn't Live There Anymore"; William Pietz, "The Sin of Saul"; Oliver Christin, "The Idol King?"; Raymond Corbey, "Image-Breaking on the Christian Frontier"; Adam Lowe, "Gilded Silence: the King of Kosala's Sixteen Dreams"; Pierre Centlivres, "Life, Death and Eternity of the Buddhas in Afghanistan"; Luc Boltanski, "The Fetus and the Image War"; Michael Taussig, "Old Glory"; Gregor Jansen, "Berlin, Anno 1967"; Gregor Jansen, "Jean de La Fontaine: Le statuaire at la statue de Jupiter"; Dario Gamboni, "Image to Destroy, Indestructible Image"; Lorraine Daston, "Nature Paints"; Brigitte Derlon, "From New Ireland to a Museum: Opposing Views from Malanggan"; Peter Geimer, "Searching for Something. On Photographic Revelations"; Jean-Marc Levy-Leblond, "Galileo's Finger"; Dominique Linhar dt, "All Windows were Open, but Nothing Happened. Nothing? Well ... Except a Lot!"; Bruno Pinchard, "Tender Blasphemy: Three Stares of the Image, Three States of Love in the Renaissance"; Jerry Brotton, "Saints Alive. The Iconography of Saint George"; Miguel Tamen, "Theophilia"; Hans-Christian Andersen, "The Emperor's New Clothes"; Joseph Koerner, "The Icon as Iconoclash"; Pierre-Olivier Lechot, "'Idols Fall and the Gospel Arises!' The Farel Memorial in Neuchatel: History of a Paradox"; Jean-Francois Clement, "The Empty Niche of the Bamiyan Buddha"; Jean-Michel Frodon, "The War of Images, or the Bamiyan Paradox"; Catherine Lucas, "The Hidden Imam"; Ramon Sarro, "The Iconoclastic Meal: Destroying Objects and Eating Secrets Among the Baga of Guinea"; John Tresch, "Did Francis Bacon Eat Pork? A Note on the Tabernacle in New Atlantis"; Patricia de Aquino, "No Freeze-Frame on God"; John Paul II, "John Paul II on the Shroud"; Sophie Ristelhueber, "Devisager-Taking Images on a Mindfield"; Joanna Hadjithomas and Khal il Joreige, "A Picture of Sophie Risreihueber as Seen by Bruno Latour"; Margit Rosen, "Shooting the Dead"; Herman Melville, "More Light. And the Gloom of that Light. More Gloom. And the Light of that Gloom"; Denis Laborde, "The Strange Career of Musicoclashes"; Boris Groys, "Iconoclasm as an Artistic Device. Iconoclastic Strategies in Film"; Sabine Himmelsbach, "Addicted to Noise. On Video Installation by Candice Breitz"; Peter Galison, "Images Scatter into Data, Data Gather Into Images"; Marie Jose Mondzain, "The Holy Shroud. How Invisible Hands Weave the Undecidable"; Christian Kassung and Thomas Macho, "Imaging Processes in Nineteenth Century Medicine and Science"; Richard Powers, "Plowing the Dark"; Peter Sloterdijk, "Analytical Terror. Keyword for Avant-Gardism as Explicative Force"; Hans-Ulrich Obrist, "Milano Triennale 68: A Case Study and Beyond. Arata Isozaki Electronic Labyrinths, a 'ma' of Images?"; Peter Geimer, "Dealing the Jiker in Berlin"; Andrei Mogurov and Arkadi Nedel, "No Place, no Matter: The Making Dense of Utopia"; Hans Belting, "Beyond Iconodasm. Nam June Paik, the Zen Gaze and the Escape from Representation"; Caroline Jones, "Making Abstractions"; Narhalie Heinich, "Baquid at Malpasse: An Adventure in Contemporary Iconoclasm?"; Albena Yaneva, "Challenging the Visitor to Get the Image: on the Impossible Encounter of an Adult and a Pig"; Hans Belting, "Invisible Movies in Sugimoto's Theaters"; Dorte Zbikowski, "Dematerialized. Emptiness and Cyclic Transformation"; Heather Stoddard, "The Religion of Golden Idols"; Bruno Pinchard, "On a Suspended Iconoclastic Gesture"; Z.S. Strorher, "Iconoclasm by Proxy"; Elisabeth Claverie, "Taking Pictures of Supernatural Beings?"; Anne-Christine Taylor, "The Face of Indian Sous: A Problem of Conversion"; Andreas Mayer, "The Fetish-Scientist, or Why Would Anyone Force Someone to Kiss the Bust of Franz Joseph Gall?"; Lydia Marinelli, "Freud's Fading Gods"; Tobie Nathan, "Breaking Idols ... A Genuine Request for Initiation"; Anantha Murthy, "Jagannath and His Saligram"; Richard Powers, "The Artist's Bedlam"; Michel Jaffrennou, "Ceci n'est plus une image!"; Samuel Bianchini, "The Theater of Operations"; Noortje Marres, "May the True Victim of Defacement Stand Up!"; Norman M. Klein, "Instruments of Power: Notes on the Future of Media"; Simon Schaffer, "The Devices of Iconoclasm"; Hans-Jorg Rheinberger, "Auto-Radio Graphics"; Jorg Huber, "On the Credibility of World-Pictures"; Rober Koch, "The Critical Gesture in Philosophy"; Heinrich von Kelist, "Sr. Cecilia, or, the Power of Music"; Adam Lowe, "To See the World in a Square of Black"; Orhan Pamuk, "I am a Murderer"; Peter Weibel, "An End to the 'End of Art"? On the Iconoclasm of Modern Art"; and Jorge Louis Borges, "An Universal History of Infamy."

Long, Kathleen Perry, ed. High Anxiety: Masculinity in Crisis in Early Modern France. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2002. xviii + 238 pp. index. $34.95. ISBN: 0-943549-92-2.

Contents: Cathy Yandell, "Louise Labe's Transgressions"; Jeffrey Persals, "Masculine Rhetoric and the French Blason anatomique"; Amy Staples, "Primal Scenes/Primal Screens: The Homosocial Economy of Dirty Jokes"; Stephen Murphy, "Catherine, Cybele, and Ronsard's Witness"; Kirk Read, "Mother's Milk from Father's Breast: Maternity Without Women in Male French Renaissance Lyric"; Tom Conley, "Monraigne moqueur: 'Virgile' and its Geographies of Gender"; Kathleen Long, "Jacques Duval on Hermaphrodites"; Mitchell Greenberg, "Moliere's Body Politic"; Virginia M. Marino, "A Curious Study in 'Parallel Lives': Louis XIV and the Abbe de Choisy"; Lewis C. Seifert, "Pig or Prince? Murat, d'Aulnuy, and the Limits of Civilized Masculinity"; and Catharine Randall, "Masculinity, Monarchy, and Metaphysics: A Crisis of Authority in Early Modern France."

Mahon, John W. and Ellen Macleod Mahon, eds. The Merchant of Venice: New Critical Essays. New York: Routledge, 2002. xiv + 456 pp. index. illus. $95. ISBN: 0-4 15- 92999-7.

Contents: John W. Mahon, "The Fortunes of The Merchant of Venice from 1596 to 2001"; Murray L. Levith, "Shakespeare's Merchant and Marlowe's Other Play"; Joan Ozark Holmer, "Jewish Daughters: The Question of Philosemirism in Elizabethan Drama"; John Drakakis, "Jessica"; John F. Andrews, "Textual Delivery in The Merchant of Venice"; John W Velz, "Portia and the Ovidian Grotesque"; John K. Hale, "Does Source Criticism Illuminate the Problems of Interpreting The Merchant as a Soured Comedy?"; Hugh Short, "Shylock is Content: A Study in Salvation"; Maryellen Kiefe, "Isolation to Communion: A Reading of The Merchant of Venice"; Stephen Slimp and John Cunningham, "The Less into the Greater: Emblem, Analogue, and Deification in The Merchant of Venice"; Corinne S. Abate, "'Nerissa teaches me what to believe': Portia's Wifely Empowerment in The Merchant of Venice"; R.W Desai, "'Mislike me not for my complexion': Whose Mislike? Portia's? Shakespeare's? Or That of His Age?"; Karoline Szatek, "The Merchant of Venice and the Politics of Commerce"; Grace Tiffany, "Names in The Merchant of Venice"; Jay L. Halio, "Singing Chords: Performing Shylock and Other Characters in The Merchant of Venice"; Gayle Gaskill, "Making The Merchant of Venice Palatable for U.S. Audiences"; John O'Connor, "Shylock in Performance"; and Penny Gay, "Portia Performs: Playing the Role in the Twentieth-Century English Theatre."

Maley, Willy and David J. Baker, eds. British Identities and English Renaissance Literature. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xvi + 298 pp. index. illus. map. bibl. $55. ISBN: 0-521-78200-7.

Contents: Willy Maley and David J. Baker, "Introduction. An Uncertain Union"; Philip Schwyzer, "British History and 'The British History': The Same Old Story?"; Andrew Murphy, "Revising Criticism: Ireland and the British Model"; Cristopher Highley, "'The Lost British Lamb': English Catholic Exiles and the Problem of Britain"; Richard A. McCabe, "Making History: Holinshed's Irish 'Chronicles,' 1557 and 1587"; Matthew Greenfield, "I Henry IV: Metatheatrical Brain"; Patricia Parker, "Uncertain Unions: Welsh Leeks in Henry V"; Mary Floyd-Wilson, "Delving to the Root: Cymbeline, Scotland, and the English Race"; Philippa Berry and Jayne Elisabeth Archer, "Reinventing the Matter of Britain: Undermining the State in Jacobean Masques"; Christopher Ivic, "Mapping British Identities: Speed's Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine"; Andrew Hadfield, "Bruited Abroad: John White and Thomas Harriot's Colonial Representations of Ancient Britain"; Linda Gregerson, "The Commonwealth of the Word: New England, Old England, and the Praying Indians"; John Kerrigan, "Orrery's Ireland and the British Problem, 1641-1679"; Murray Pittock, "Jacobite Literature and National Identities"; Jane Ohlmeyer, "Literature and the New British and Irish Histories"; and Derek Hits, "Text, Time and the Pursuit of 'British Identities."'

Marshall, Peter and Alec Ryrie, eds. The Beginnings of English Protestantism. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xii + 242 pp. index. illus. $20. ISBN: 0-521-00324-5.

Contents: Alec Ryrie and Peter Marshall, "Introduction: Protestantisms and their Beginnings"; Richard Rex, "The Friars in the English Reformation"; Ethan H. Shagan, "Clement Armstrong and the Godly Commonwealth: Radical Religion in Early Tudor England"; Alec Ryrie, "Counting Sheep, Counting Shepherds: the Problem of Allegiance in the English Reformation"; Susan Wabuda, "Sanctified by the Believing Spouse: Women, Men and the Marital Yoke in the Early Reformation"; Thomas Freeman, "Dissenters form a Dissenting Church: the Challenge of the Freewillers 1550-58"; Andrew Pettegree, "Printing and the Reformation: the English Exception"; John N. King, "John Day: Master Printer of the English Reformation"; and Patrick Collinson, "Night Schools, Conventicles and Churches: Continuities and Discontinuities in Early Protestant Ecclesiology."

Matthew. Louisa C. and Lars R. Jones, eds. Coming About ...: A Festschrift for John Shearman. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Art Museums, 2001. xxiv + 389 pp. illus. n.p. ISBN: 1-891771-11-6.

Contents: Barbara Pike Gordley, "Getting Carried Away: The Illustration of Abduction in Gratian's Decretum"; Adrian W. B. Randolph, "Il Marzocco: Lionizing the Florentine State"; Judith Steinhoff, "A Mysterious Magdalen: Miracles, Politics and a Lost Altarpiece for Lecceto"; Andrew C. Blume, "Botticelli's Commission for Sant'Elisabetta delle Convertite and Courtauld Trinity"; Kathleen Wren Christian, "Petratch's Triumph of Chastity in Leonardo's Lady with an Ermine"; Giovanna Galante Garrone, "From Southwest Piedmont: A Fragment by Hans Clemer"; Christa Gardner Von, "Light on the Cross: Cardinal Pedro Gonzalez de Mendoza and Antoniazzo Romano in Teuffel, Sta. Croce in Gerusalemme, Rome"; Margaret Haines, "Ghiberti's Trip to Venice"; Megan Holmes, "'Behold the Head of the Baptist': The Engaged Spectator and Filippo Lippi's Feast of Herod"; Lars R. Jones, "Meditations on the Metapicture: Francesco Botticini's Saint Jerome in the National Gallery of Art, London"; Randi Klebanoff, "Revisions: The Arca di San Dome nico in Michelangelo's Early Career"; Deborah L. Krohn, "San Gimignano Gets the Finger: The Creation of a Reliquary"; Barnaby Nygren, "Puns, Polysemy and Interpretation in Filippo Lippi's Saint Jerome in the Desert with Saints John the Baptist and Ansanus"; Anabel Thomas, "Painting for a Confraternity? Heraldic Details and Familial Connections: Neri di Bicci's Montreal Altarpiece of The Virgin and Child with Saints Blaise and Michel"; Laura C. Agoston, "Transfiguring Raphael: Identity, Authenticity and Persona of Christ"; Andrea Bayer, "Cose bresciane del Cinquecento: A New Devotional Painting by Moretto da Brescia"; Molly Bourne, "A Viceroy Comes to Mantua: Ramon Folch de Cardona, Lorenzo Costa and the Italian Renaissance in Spain"; Cammy Brothers, "Architecture, History, Archaeology: Drawing Ancient Rome in the Letter to Leo X and in Sixteenth-Century Practice"; Tracy E. Cooper, "Prolegomenon to a Quarrel of Images"; David J. Drogin, "'Lo Spirito di Donato': Young Michelangelo and Sculpture of Donatello"; B ruce L. Edelstein, "Observations on the Genesis and Function of Bronzino's Frankfurt Modello for the Vault Decoration in the Chapel of Eleonora"; David Ekserdjian,

"Parmigianino and the Entombment"; Caroline Elam, "Viva Papa Leone: Baccio d'Agnolo and the Palazzo Lanfredini in Florence"; Jeffrey Fontana, "Federico Barocci's Emulation of Raphael in The Fossombrone Madonna and Child with Saints"; Cathleen Sara Hoeniger, "The Reception of Correggio's Loves of Jupiter"; Geraldine A. Johnson, "Michelangelo, Fortune-telling and the Formation of Artistic Canons in Fanti's Triompho di Fortuna"; Martin Kemp, "From Different Points of View: Correggio, Copernicus and the Mobile Observer"; Stuart P. Lingo, "Retrospective and the Genesis of Federico Barocci's Immaculate Conception"; Louisa C. Matthew, "Lornzo Lotto: The Historiography of a Reputation"; Martha McCrory, "Cesae Federighi da Bagno: Medalist, Gem Engraver and Sculptor in the Workshop of Cellini"; Thomas McGrath, "Drawing Practices and Market Forces in Sixteenth-Century Italy"; Alexander Nagel, "Christ in Ecstasy: The Passion According to Michelangelo and Rosso"; Arnold Nesselrath, "Memory and Memorial: Lorenzetto's Tomb in Old St. Peter's"; Scott Opler, "'Palladio and Vignola on the Orders'; Benjamin Paul, "Issues of Political Iconography: Clement VII's Personal and Political Concerns in his Representation as Leo I in the Sala di Costantino"; Nicholas Penny, "Absent Architecture in Sixteenth-Century Altarpieces"; Sherly E. Reiss, "Giulio de' Medici and Mario Maffei: A Renaissance Friendship and the Villa Madama"; Gyde Shepherd, "Raphael's 'Space Composition': From the Piccolomini Library to the Sistine Tapestries"; Susan Spinale, "The Specifics of Time and Place in the View of Venice of 1500"; Wendy J. Wegener, "The Effects of Tridentine Reforms on Condottiere Chapels and Tombs"; Mary-Ann Winkelmes, "Notes on Cassinese Choirs: Acoustics and Religious Architecture in Northern Italy"; Eric Wolf, "The French Connection: Philbert de l'Orme Reads Francesco di Giorgio Martini"; Stephan Wolohojian, "The Warburg Virgin and Child with Saints Jerome and Francis in The Fogg Museum"; Nina Cannizzaro, "The Nile, Nothingness and Knowledge : The Incogniti Impresa"; Una Roman D'Elia, "Classicism and the Problem of National Style: The Illustrations of Claude Perrault's Vitruvius"; Louisa M. Connor Bulman, "'All the Profusion of Eaton and Santo Bartoli': The First Collections of Ancient Painting in Britain"; Christopher D. H. Row, "The London Churches of Ernest Charles Shearman: St. Silas the Martyr, Anglo-Catholicism and the Modern Gothic Tradition"; Linda S. Aleci, "Portraits and Historians"; Meredith J. Gill, "'With a Proud Hand I Signed': Looking From Behind the Easel"; Caroline Karpinski, "Preamble to a New Print Theology"; Alessandro Nova, "The Kite, Envy and Memory of Leonardo da Vinci's Childhood"; Lisa Pon and Craigen Bowen, "Using Digital Imaging to Compare States of Print."

Matthews-Grieco, Sara F. and Sabina Brevaglieri, eds. Monaca moglie serva cortigiana: Vita e immagine delle donne tra Rinascimento e Controriforma. Florence: Comune di Firenze, 2001. 287 pp. 30 EUR. ISBN: 88-85698-75-1.

Contents: Caroline P. Murphy, "Il ciclo di vita femminile: norme comportamentali e pratiche di vita"; Olwen Hufton, "Istruzione, lavoro e poverta"; Gabriella Zarri, "La vita religiosa tra rinascimento e controriforma Sposa Christi: nozze mistiche e professione monastica"; Anna Scattigno, "'I desiderij ardenti': penitenza, estasi e martirio nei modella di santita"; Bette Talvacchia, "Il mercato dell'eros: rappresentazioni della sessualita femminile nei soggetti mitologici"; and Sara F. Matthews-Grieco, "La 'natura' delle donne: Rappresentazioni biologiche e (im)morali della'allegoria umanista alla satira sociale."

Matton, Sylvain, ed. Documents oublies sur l'alchimie, la kab bale et Guillaume Postel: Offerts, a l'occasion de son 90 anniversaire, Francois Secret par ses eleves et amis. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2001. x + 468 pp. index. illus. n.p. ISBN: 2-600-00654-0.

Contents: Sylvain Matton, "Bibliographies des travaux de Francois Secret"; Henri Dominique Saffrey, "Porphyre dans la Patrologie de Migne. Sur la divination"; Nicolas Sed, "Deux documents sur la Kabbale: Le Commentaire stir le Sepher Yesirah de Moise ben Nahman et le Traite des Heykalot"; Alfredo Perfano, "Le Tractato iustissimo fabricato per me an. C. de la vera e de al falsa aichimia"; Marie Madeleine Fontaine, "Les attaques de Pietro Del Monte contre l'alchimie dans le De veritare unius Legis de 1509"; Antoine Calvet, "Une pratique de l'or portable au [XVI.sup.c] siecle: le Traite du Grand CEuvre de Philippe Rouillac"; Didier Kahn, "Cinquante-neuf theses de Paracelse censurees par la Faculte de theologie de Paris, le 9 octobre 1578"; Jean Letrouir, "Agathius Guidacerus et Gilbert Generbrard travers deux autographes des archives du College de France"; Carlos Gilly, "Una carta desconocida de Postel a Theodor Zwinger"; Jean-Francois Maillard, "Postel le cosmopolite: quelques documents nouveaux"; Jean-Pierre B rach, "Le Petit Traite de la signification ultime des cinq corps reguliers ou elements de l'eternelle verite de Guillaume Postel"; Wallace Kirsop, "A propos d'une exemplaire du De orbis terrae concordia: Postel chez les bibliophiles"; Valerie Neveu, "De Guillaume Postel a Richard Simon: Zohar et autres sources hebraiques dans les collections de la Bibliotheque municipale de Rouen"; Laszlo Toth, "Joseph Ciantes kabbaliste chretien tardif? La doctrine oublide des 'trois lumieres primordiales'"; Mino Gabriele, "Il poeta della rugiada"; Sylvain Matton, "Le Cantiques des canriques de Salomon interprete dans le sens physique de Jean Valquelin des Yveteaux"; and Jean-Pierre Laurant, "L'Alchymie du Macon de Francois-Nicolas Noel."

Matula, Jozef, ed. Florentine Platonism and Central Europe: Florentinischer Platonismus und Mitteleuropa. Olomouc: Olomouc University Press, 2001. 212 pp. index. illus. n.p. ISBN: 80-244-0360-9.

Contents: Valery Rees, "Gloriam per saecula: Marsilio Ficino and the Development of a Platonic Tradition in Hungary"; Libuse Hrabova, "Johann Vitez de Zredna und die Wege des Humanismus fiber die Alpen"; Filip Karfik, "Bohuslav von Lobkowicz auf Hassenstein und der Florentiner Platonismus"; Tomas Nejeschleba, "Johannes von Jessen und der Renaissance Platonismus"; Pavel Floss, "Komensky und die Tradition des florentinischen Platonismus"; Jozef Matula, "Florentine Platonists in the Works of Caspar Knittel"; Karel Floss, "Florenrinische Platonismus und das Werk des Dionysius Aeropagita"; Erwin Schadel, "Zur Musik-Konzeption des Marsilio Ficino"; Bozena Seilerova, "The Problem of Creation of Man as the Image of God in the Work of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola"; Vladimir Seiler, "The Idea of Tolerance and the Concept of the One in the Work of the Renaissance Thinker Giovanni Pico della Mirandola"; and Rudolf Chadraba, "Raffaels fresken und der Platonismus der Renaissance."

McBride, Kari Boyd, ed. Domestic Arrangements in Early Modem England (Medieval and Renaissance Literary Studies.) Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2002. viiii + 342 pp. index. bibl. $60. ISBN: 0-8207-0324-9.

Contents: Kari Boyd McBride, "Introduction: The Politics of Domestic Arrangements"; Sid Ray, "'Those Whom God Hath Joined Together': Bondage Metaphors and Marital Advice in Early Modern England"; Katharine Capshaw Smith, "'Bisket of Love, which crumbles all way': the Failure of Domestic Metaphor in Margaret Cavendish's Poetic Fancies"; Jessica Slights, "The 'Undividable Incorporate': Householding in the Comedy of Errors"; Pilar Cuder-Dominguez, "'That dead commodity, a wife': Sexual and Domestic Economy in Aphra Behn's Comedies"; Susan C. Staub, "Bloody Relations: Murderous Wives in the Street Literature of Seventeenth Century England"; Heather Dubrow, "'The infant of your care': Guardianship in Shakespeare's Richard III and Early Modern England"; Stephanie Chamberlain, "'She is herself a dowry': King Lear and the Problem of Female Entitlement in Early Modern England"; Marianne Novy, "Multiple Parenting in Shakespeare's Romances"; Claire M. Busse, "Profitable Children: Children as Commodities in Early Modern England"; and Ursula Potter, "Cockering Mothers and Humanist Pedagogy in Ten Tudor School Plays."

Menchi, Silvana Seidel and Diego Quaglioni, eds. Matrimoni in dubbio: Unioni controverse e nezze clandestine in Italia dal XIV al XVIII secolo. Bologna: Societa edirrice il Mulino, 2001. 581 pp. index. bibl. 37 EUR ISBN: 88-15-08643-9.

Contents: Silvana Seidel Menchi, "Percosi variegati, percosi obbligari. Elogio del matrimonio pre-tridentino Diego Quaglioni Sacramenti detestabili. La forma del matrimonio prima e dopo Trenro"; Giuliano Marchetto, "Matrimoni incerri tra dorrrina e prassi. Un consilium sapientis iudicaledi Baldo degli Ubaldi (1327-1400)"; Christine Meek, "Un'unione incerta: la vicenda di Neria, figlia dell'organista, e di Baldassino, merciaio pisroiese (Lucca 1396-1397)"; Cecilia Crisrellon, "La sposa in convento (Padova e Venexia 1455-1458)"; Paolo Benussi, "Qirre il processo: itinerari di ricerca inrorno al marrimonio controverso di Giorgio Zaccarotro e Maddalena di Sicilia (Padova e Venexia 1455-58)"; Giovanni Minnucci, Simpliciter et deplano, ac sine strepitu et figura iudicii. Il processo di nullita matrimoniale verrenre fra Giorgio Zacarotto e Maddalena di Sic"; Stanley Chojnacki, "Valori patrizi nel tribunale patriarcale: Girolamo da Mula e Marietta Soranzo (Venezia 1460)"; Giuliano Marcherro, "II matrimonium meticulos um in un consilium di Bartalomeo Cipolla (ca. 1420-75)"; Cecilia Cristellon, "Ursina Basso contro Advise Soncin: il consilium respinto di Bartolomeo Cipolla e gli atti del processo (Padova e Venezia 1461-62)"; Anna Maria Lazzeri and Silvana Seidel Menchi, "Evidentement gravida, Fides oculata, voce pubblica e matrimonio controverso in Valsugana (1539-44)"; Lucia Ferrante, "Gli sposi contesi. Unavicenda bolognese di meta Cinquecenro"; Sara Luperini, "La promessa sorto accusa (Pisa 1584)"; Daniela Hacke, "La promessa disattesa: il caso di Perina Gabrieli (Venezia 1620)"; Dea Moscarda, "II cardinale Giovan Battista De Luca giudice rotale e la causa marrimoniale tra Michele De Vaez e Giovanni Maria De Sciart (Napoli 1650)"; Luca Faoro, Nefandum dogma. Seduzione e promessa di matrimonio in una comparsa trenrina del XVII secolo"; and Chiara La Rocca, "Inreressi famigliari e libero consenso nella Livorno del Settecento."

Mentzer, Raymond A. and Andrew Spicer, eds. Soci ety and Culture in the Huguenot World 1559-1685. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xviii + 242 pp. index. illus. tbls. $60. ISBN: 0-521-77324-5.

Contents: Andrew Spicer and RaymondA. Mentzer, "Introduction: Etre protestant"; Timothy Watson, "Preaching, Printing, Psalm-Singing: the Making and Unmaking of the Reformed Church in Lyon, 1550-1572"; Luc Racaut, "Religious Polemic and Huguenor Self-Perception and Identity, 1554-1619"; Philip Benedict, "Confessionalization in France? Critical Reflections and New Evidence"; Penny Roberts, "Huguenot Petitioning During the Wars of Religion"; Mark Greengrass, "Informal Networks in Sixteenth-Century French Protestantism"; Raymond A. Menrzer, "The Edict of Nanres and its Institutions"; Amanda Eurich, "'Speaking the King's Language': the Huguenot Magistrates of Castres and Pau"; Karin Maag, "The Huguenot Academies: Preparing for an Uncertain Future"; Martin Dinges, "Huguenot Poor Relief and Health Care in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries"; Andrew Spicer, "'Qui est de Dieu, oit la parole de Dieu': the Huguenots and their Temples"; Bernard Roussel, "'Ensevelir honnestement les corps': Funeral Corteges and Hugue not Culture"; Alan James, "Huguenot Militancy and the Seventeenth-Century Wars of Religion"; and Andrew Spicer and Raymond A. Mentzer, "Epilogue."

Meroi, Fabrizio and Claudio Pogliano, eds. Immagini per conoscere: Dal Rinascimento alla Rivoluzione scientifica. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2001. xii + 134 pp. index. 18.08 EUR. ISBN: 88-222-5029-X.

Contents: Claudio Pogliano and Fabrizio Meroi, "Premessa"; Isabelle Pantin, "L'illustration des livres d'astronomie la Renaissance: l'evolution d'une discipline a travers ses images"; Ilva Beretta, "Illustration and Representation: Botany in the Renaissance"; Vivian Nutton, "Representation and Memory in Renaissance Anatomical Illustration"; Luisa Simonutti, "La filosofia incisa: il segno del concettuale"; and Alessandro Tosi, "La scienza dipinta: modelli rinascimentali di arte e scienza."

Milward, P., ed. The Renaissance Bulletin. (Renaissance Bulletin, 28.) Tokyo: The Renaissance Institute, 2001. 108 pp. n.p. ISBN: n.a.

Contents: Ian Wilson, "Shakespeare the Catholic"; Peter Milward, "The Rise of Puritanism"; Peter Milward, "The Purgatory of Hamlet"; "A Survey of Shakespeare and Religions"; and "The Political Philosophy of Shakespeare"; Paul A. S. Harvey, "The Two Noble Kinsmen (Shakespeare's Globe, London Summer 2000)"; Paul A. S. Harvey, "The Tempest (Shakespeare's Globe, London Summer 2000)"; and Peter Milward, "Sonnets from Shakespeare (with Apologies)."

Pagden, Anthony, ed. The Idea of Europe from Antiquity to the European Union. (Woodrow Wilson Center Series/ Woodrow Wilson Center Press.) Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xi + 377 pp. index. $65 (d), $23 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-79171-5 (cl), 0-521-79552-4 (pbk).

Contents: Anthony Pagden, "Europe: Conceptualizing a Continent"; J.G.A. Pocock, "Some Europes in their History"; William Chester Jordan, "'Europe' in the Middle Ages"; Hans W Blom, "The Republican Mirror: The Dutch Idea of Europe"; Biancamaria Fontana, "The Napoleonic Empire and the Europe of Nations"; Wilfried Nippel, "Homo Politicus and Homo Oeconomicus: The European Citizen According to Max Weber"; Michael Herzfeld, "The European Self: Rethinking an Attitude"; Ariane Chebel d'Appollonia, "European Nationalism and the European Union"; Luisa Passerini, "From the Ironies of Identity to the Identities of Irony"; Talal Asad, "Muslims and European Identity: Can Europe Represent Islam?"; Philip Rurtley, "The Long Road to Unity The Contribution of Law to the Process of European Integration, 1945-1995"; Elie Cohen, "The Euro, Economic Federalism, and the Question of National Sovereignty"; Thomas Risse and Daniela Engelmann-Martin, "Identity Politics and European Integration: The Case of Germany"; Andres de Blas Gue rrero, "Nationalism in Spain: The Organization of Convivencia"; and James Tully, "The Kanrian Idea of Europe: Critical and Cosmopolitan Perspectives."

Parry, Graham and Joad Raymond, eds. Milton and the Terms of Liberty. (Studies in Renaissance Literature, 7.) Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer, Inc., 2002. 240 pp. $60. ISBN: 0-85991-639-1.

Contents: Graham Perry, "Introduction"; Quentin Skinner, "John Milton and the Politics of Slavery"; Thomas N. Corns, "Milton before 'Lycidas'"; John Creaser, "Prosody and Liberty in Milton and Marvel"; Martin Dzelzainis, "'In These Western Parts of the Empire': Milton and Roman Law"; Joad Raymond, "The King is a Thing"; Christopher Orchard, "'in time of Warre...our Language is all corrupt with military Tearms': The Politics of Martial Metaphors in Post-Regicide England"; Stephen M. Fallon, "Alexander More Reads Milton: Self-Representation and Anxiety in Milton's Defences"; John Rumrich, "Stylometry and the Provence of De doctrina christiana"; Janel Mueller, "The Figure and the Ground: Samson as a Hero of London Nonconformity, 1662-67"; Katsuhiro Engetsu, "The Publication of the King's Privacy: Paradise Regained and Of True Religion in Restoration England"; Barbara Kiefer Lewalski, "'To try, and teach the erring Soul': Milton's Last Seven-Years"; and Anne-Julia Zwierlein, "Pandemonic Panoramas: Surveying Milto n's 'vain empires' in the Long Eighteenth-Century."

Pellegrini, Paolo, ed. Umanisti Bellunesi fra quattro e cinquecento. Atti del Convegno di Belluno, 5 novembre 1999. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2001. xiv + 294 pp. index. append. illus. n.p. ISBN: 88-222-5063-X.

Contents: Manliio Pastore Stocchi, "Pierio Valeriano e l'Umanesimo, 10"; Marco Perale, "1517: l'istituzione dell'arciprerura della cattedrale nei nuovi equilibri posrcambraici a Belluno"; Gaterina Griffante, "Gli incunaboli e le cinquecentine possedute dalla Biblioteca Civica di Belluno. Con note in margine alla bibliografia bellunese"; Piero Scapecchi, "Vecchi e nuovi appunti su frate Urbano"; Vincenxo Fera, "Dai Miscellanea alle Castigarione virgilianae"; Anita Di Stefano, "Pierio Valeriano e la nascita della critica catulliana nel secolo XVI"; Antonio Rollo, "La grammarica greca di Urbano Bolzanio"; Stephane Roler, "Genese et composition des Hieroglyphica de Pierio Valeriano: essai de reconstitution"; Ernesto Riva, "Medicina e simboli nei Geroglifici di Pierio Valeriano"; and Paolo Da Col, "In munti bus nutritus: il compositore Cristoforo da Feltre neile fonti di cronaca e d'archivio."

Prescott, Anne Lake, Thomas P. Roche, Jr., and William A. Oram, eds. Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual. New York: AMS Press, 2002. vi + 282 pp. index. illus. $79.50. ISBN: 0-404-19216-5.

Contents: Roger Kuin, "The Double Helix: Private and Public in The Faerie Queene"; Laurel Hendrix, "Pulchritudo vincit?: Emblematic Reversals in Spenser's House of Busirane"; Frank Ardolino, "The Effect of the Defeat of the Spanish Armada on Spenser's Complaints"; Lee Piepho, " The Shepheardes Calender and NeoLatin Pastoral: A Book Newly Discovered to Have Been Owned by Spenser"; D. Allen Carroll, "Thomas Watson and the 1588 MS Commendation of The Faerie Queene: Reading the Rebuses"; Clare R. Kinney, "'What s/he ought to have been': Romancing Truth in Spenser Redivivus"; Jialuan Hu, "Spenser in Chinese Translation"; Scott Lucas, "Diggon Davie and Davy Dicar: Edmund Spenser, Thomas Churchyard, and the Poetics of Public Protest"; Hannibal Hamlin, "Another Version of Pastoral: English Renaissance Translations of Psalm 23"; Barbara Brumbaugh, "Temples Defaced and Altars in the Dust: Edwardian and Elizabethan Church Reform and Sidney's 'Now Was Our Heav'nly Vault Deprived of the Light'"; Robert E. Stillman, "Deadl y Stinging Adders: Sidney's Piety, Philippism, and the Defense of Poesy"; and Matthew Steggle, "Weighing Winged Words: An Intertext in The Faerie Queene V.ii."

Rasmussen, Mark David, ed. Renaissance Literature and Its Formal Engagements. Houndmills and New York: Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2002, vi + 226 pp. index. illus. $18.95. ISBN: 0-312-29360-7.

Contents: Stephen Cohen, "Between Form and Culture: New Historicism and the Promise of a Historical Formalism"; Douglas Bruster, "Shakespeare and the Composite Text"; Heather Dubrow, "The Politics of Aesthetics: Recuperating Formalism and the Country House"; Joseph Loewenstein, "Marston's Gorge and the Question of Formalism"; Paul Alpers, "Learning from the New Criticism: The Example of Shakespeare's Sonnets"; Mark Womack, "Undelivered Meanings: The Aesthetics of Shakespearean Wordplay"; William Flesch, "The Poetics of Speech Tags"; Elizabeth Harris Sagaser, "Flirting with Eternity: Teaching Form and Meter in a Renaissance Poetry Course"; and Richard Strier, "Afterword: How Formalism Became a Dirty Word, and Why We Can't Do Without It."

Reichert, Klaus and Heide Wunder, eds. Das Geheimnis am Beginn der europdischen Moderne. (Zeitsprunge: Forshungen zur Fruhen Neuzeit, 6.) Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 2002. 532 pp. index. 54 EUR. ISBN 3-465-03146-6.

Contents: Klaus Reichert, "Neue Formen de Geheimen am Beginn der Moderne"; Alois Hahn, "Geheim"; Aleida Assmann, "Maske-Schweigen-Geheimnis"; Horst Wenzel, "Zur Einfuhrung: Reprasentation und Secretum. Geheimnistrager im Spannungsfeld von Mundlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit"; Jonathan M. Elukin, "Introductory Remarks: The Public and the Secret in Government"; Melissa Meriam Bullard, "Secrecy, Diplomacy and Language in the Renaissance"; Valentin Groebner, "Invisible Gifts: Secrecy, Corruption and the Politics of Information at the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century"; Jonathan M. Elukin, "Keeping Secrets in Medieval and Early Modern English Government"; Linda Gregerson, "The Secret of Princes: Sexual Scandal at the Tudor Court"; Leonida Teodoldi "Secrecy, Justice, and Courts: The Venetian Inquisitorial System of the Council of Ten (Centuries XVI-XVIII)"; Robert A. Schneider, "Disclosing Mysteries: The Contradictions of Reason of State in Seventeenth-Century France"; Lynn Wood Mollenauer, "Justice versus Secrecy: I nvestigating the Affair of the Poisons, 1679-1682"; Jodi Campbell, "Say Nothing of What You Have Seen: Secrecy and Good Kingship in Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama"; Barbara Stollberg-Rilingerm, "Zur Einfuhrung: Das Verschwinden des Geheimnisses"; Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat, "Arcana Cordis: Zur Konstruktion des Intimen in der Malerei von Vermeer"; Ulrike Vedder, "Libertinage, Post, Roman: Angriffe auf das Briefgeheimnis"; Julie Carlson, "Enlightened Secrets: At the Heart of William Godwin's Enquiries"; Susanna Burghartz, "Zur Einfuhrung: Enthullen und Verbergen"; Thomas Laqueur, "The Secret Sin and the Modern Self"; Patricia Simons, "Anatomical Secrets: Pudenda and the Pudica Gesture"; Helmut Puff, "Sodomie in den Schriften Martin Luthers und in der Reformationspolemik"; Brita Rang, "Sexuelle Geheimnisse: Erziehung zur Ehe in den nordlichen Niederlanden im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert"; Regina Schulte, "Es bleibt mir nichts anderes ubrig als da[beta] ich ein Feuer entzunde und hineinspringe: Ein Geheimnis im dorfl ichen Gerede und die Wiederherstellung"; Gisela Engel and Heide Wunder, Einleitung" Klaus Reichert, "Zur Einfuhrung: Kunste und Wissen"; Verena Olejniczak Lobsien, "Geheimes Erzahlen"; Klaus Kruger, "... figurano cose diverse da quelle che dimostrano: Hermetische Malerei und das Geheimnis des Opaken"; Tanja Michalsky, "Hic est mundi punctus et materia gloriae nostrae: Der Blick auf die Landschaft als Komplement ihrer kartographischen Eroberung"; Sybilla Flugge, "Geheimnisse der Frauenzimmer: das Wissen der Hebammen in der Fruhen Neuzeit"; Bettina Wahrig-Schmidt, "Arkana, Panazeen und Privilegien: Hierarchien der Wissenden und Hierarchien des Wissens"; SusannaAkerman, "Johannes Bureus' Rosicrucian Papers"; and Johannes Su[beta]mann, "VomArcanum zur Hieroglyphe: Das Geheimnis der fruhneuzeitlichen Staaten im Geschichtsdenken Leopold Rankes."

Renn, Jurgen, ed. Galileo in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 433 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $25. ISBN: 0-521-00103-X.

Contents: Jurgen Renn, "Editor's Introduction: An Engineer-Scientist, Artist, and Courtier at the Origins of Classical Science"; Wolfgang Lefevre, "Galileo Engineer: Art and Modern Science"; Peter Damerow, Jurgen Renn and Simone Rieger, "Hunting the White Elephant: When and How did Galileo Discover the Law of Fall"; Domenico Giulini, "Appendix"; Horst Bredekamp, "Gazing Hands and Blind Spots: Galileo as Draftsman"; Albert van Helden and Sara Booth, "The Virgin and the Telescope: The Moons of Cigoli and Galileo"; Rivka Feldhay, "Recent Narratives on Galileo and the Church or the Three Dogmas of the Counter-Reformation"; Paolo Galluzzi, "Gassendi and l'Affaire Galilee of the Laws of Motion"; Mario Biagioli, "Replication or Monopoly? The Economies of Invention and Discovery in Galileo's Observations of 1610"; Jurgen Renn, "Introductory Note"; Michele Camerota and Giuseppe Castagnetti, "Raffaello Caverni and his History of the Experimental Method in Italy"; Raffaello Caverni, "An Excerpt from History of the Exper imental method in Italy"; Giuseppe Castagnetti and Michele Camerota, "Antonio Favaro and the Edizione Nazionale of Galileo's Works"; Antonio Favaro, "Apocryphal Galilean Writings"; Hans-Werner Schutt, "Emil Wohlwill, Galileo and His Battle for the Copernican System"; and Emil Wohlwill, "The Discovery of the Parabolic Shape of the Projectile Trajectory."

Ries, Julien, ed. Erasme et la montee de l'humanisme: Naissance d'une communaute europeenne de la culture. Louvain-la-Neuve: Centre d'Histoire des Religions, 2001. 214 pp. bibl. 25 EUR. ISBN: n.a.

Contents: Jean-Pierre Massaut "Erasme, un renovateur sans frontieres"; Julien Ries, "Les humanistes, pionniers de la rencontre des religions"; Jean-Michel Counet, "Nicolas de Cuse et l'Orient: theologie negative, revelation et humanisme dans la pensee de Nicolas de Cuse et dans la theologie orthodoxe"; Jean-Claude Margolin, "La papaute face a la Renaissance et a la Reforme"; Monique Mund-Dopchie, "Les humanistes face a la decouverte de l'Amerique"; Jean-Francois Gilmont, "Le livre, vecteur d'une nouvelle culture?" Christian Loubet, "Devotion moderne et renaissance des arts: Flandres, Italie, 1420-1570"; Julien Ries, "Erasme, precepteur de l'Europe: Jean-Claude Margolin explore l'heritage de la pedagogie erasmienne"; Francoise Pichon, "La figure de Noe dans les Illustrations de Gaule et singularites de Troie de Jean Maire de Belges"; and Julien Ries, "Des humanistes precurseurs de la modernite."

Ruggiero, Guido, ed. A Companion to the Worlds of the Renaissance. (Blackwell Companions to European History.) Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2002. xii + 562 pp. index. bibl. $124.95. ISBN: 0-631-21524-7.

Contents: Guido Ruggiero, "Renaissance Dreaming: In Search of a Paradigm"; Gene Brucker, "The Italian Renaissance"; Randolph Starn, "The European Renaissance"; Linda T. Darling, "The Renaissance and the Middle East"; Matthew Restall, "The Renaissance World from the West"; Peter Burke, "The Historical Geography of the Renaissance"; Edward Muir, "Governments and Bureaucracies"; James R. Farr, "Honor, Law, and Custom in Renaissance Europe"; Gregory Hanlon, "Violence and Its Control in the Late Renaissance: An Italian Model"; Robert Muchembled, "Manners, Courts, and Civility"; Joanne M. Ferraro, "Family and Clan in the Renaissance World"; Elissa B. Weaver, "Gender"; Martin John Jeffries, "The Myth of Renaissance Individualism"; Matthew Vester, "Social Hierarchies: The Upper Classes"; James S. Amelang, "Social Hierarchies: The Lower Classes"; Karl Appun, "Tools for the Development of the European Economy"; John A. Marino, "Economic Encounters and the First Stages of a World Economy"; David C. Gentilcore, "The Subc ultures of the Renaissance World"; Ingrid D. Rowland, "High Culture"; R. Po-chia Hsia, "Religious Cultures"; Loren Partridge, "Art"; James Grantham Turner, "Literature,,; John M. Najemy, "Political Ideas"; William Earnon, "The Scientific Renaissance"; Mary Lindemann, "Plague. Disease, and Hunger"; Linda Woodbridge, "Renaissance Bogeymen: The Necessary Monsters of the Age"; Thomas F. Arnold, "Violence and Warfare in the Renaissance World"; Guido Ruggiero, "Witchcraft and Magic"; and Ian Frederick Multon, "The Illicit Worlds of the Renaissance."

Sandy, Gerald, ed. The Clasical Heritage in France. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, 109.) Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2002. vi + 588 pp. index. bibl. $169. ISBN: 90-04-11916-7.

Contents: Olga Augustinos, "Hellenizing Geography"; Ofelia Salgado, "France and the Transmission of Latin Manuscripts"; Gerald Sandy, "Resources for the Study of Ancient Greek in France"; and "Guillaume Bude: Philologist and Polymath. A Preliminary Study"; Douglas Thomson, "Erasmus and Paris"; Valerie Worth-Stylianou, "Translations from Latin into French in the Renaissance"; John Parkin, "Francois Rabelais"; Sue Farquhar, "Michel de Montaigne: The Essais and a Tacitean"; Alain Billault, "Plutarch's Lives"; Laurence Plazenet, "Jacques Amyot and the Greek Novel: The Invention of the French Novel"; George Huppert, "Under the Shadow of Socrates"; Michele Ducos, "Legal Science in France in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries"; Alain Billault, "Longinus' On the Sublime"; Philip Ford, "Classical Myth and Its Interpretation in Sixteenth-Century France"; Jean Braybrook, "The Epic in Sixteenth-Century France"; Patricia Rosenmeyer, "The Greek Anacreontics and Sixteenth-Century France"; Paolo Cifarelli, "Fables: Aeso p and Babrius"; Gilian Jondorf, "Drama"; A. Trevor Hodge, "The Classical Heritage in French Architecture"; and Alison Saunders, "Sixteenth-Century Book Illustration: The Classical Heritage."

Schwerhoff, Gerd and Andrea Zorzi, eds. Criminalita e giustizia in Germania e in Italia: Pratiche giudiziarie e linguaggi giuridici tra tardo medioevo ed eta moderna. Bologna: Societa editrice il Mulino, 2001. 374 pp. tbls. 22 EUR. ISBN: 88-15-08511-4.

Contents: Andreas Karl Harter, "Kriminalitat und Praxis der Strafjustiz im geistlichen Territorialstaat des Alten Reiches. sexuelle Delinquenz und Justiznutzung im fruhneuzeitlichen"; Andrea Zorzi, "Negoziazione penale, legittimazione giuridica e poteri urbani nell'Italia"; Katharina Simon-Muscheid, "Diebstahl oder Ebrecht? Streit um letzwillige Verfugungen in den oberrheinischen Stadten des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts"; Harriet Rudolph, "Konfliktergelung als Leitprinzip fruhneuzeitlicher Strafjustiz. Die Peinliche Gerichbarkeit im Hochstift Osnabruck im 18. Jahrhundert"; Parolo Marchetri, "I limiti della giurisdizione penale. Crimini, competenza e territotio nel penserio giuridico tardo-medievale"; Karl Harter, "Kriminalitat und Praxis der Strafjustiz im geistlichen Territorialsraar des Alten Reiches"; Massimo Della Misericordia, "Le mediazione giuriziari dei conflitti sociali alla fine del medioevo. Tribunali ecclesiastici e resistenza comunitaria in Valtellina"; Andreas Blauert, "Zwischen Einbindung und Ausgr enzung. Zur Rechts und Sozialgeschichte der Urfehde im deutschen Sudwestern zwischen dem 14. und dem 18."; Marco Bellabarba, "Pace pubblica e pace privata: linguaggi e istiruzioni processuali nell'Italia"; Michael Frank, "Histoire de la criminalite en tant que micro-histoire ou: une possibilite d'analyser un village au debut des remps modernes"; Beatrice Maschietto, "Il 'problema penale' nella dottrina italiana del secondo Serrecenro: Filippo Maria Renazzi"; Francisca Loetz, "Spielraume religioser Toleranz. Blasphemie im fruhneuzeitlichen Zurich"; Peter Weltmann-Jungblut, "Gottelasterung, Aberglauben oder Betrug? Zur sozialen Praxis und staatlichen Sanktionierung des Schatzgraben im 18. und fruhen 19."; Martin Dinges, "Usi della giustizia come elemento di controllo sociale nella prima eta moderna"; Xavier Rousseaux, "Construction et strategies: le crime et la justice entre production politique et resources communautaires"; Mario Sbriocoli, "Giustizia negoziata, giustizia egemonica. Riflessioni su una nuova fa se degli studi di storia della und giustizia criminale"; and Gerd Schweroff, "Die fruhmoderne Justiz zwischen Staat un Gesellschaft. Eine Tagungnachlese."

Signorotto, Gianvittorio and Maria Antoinetta Visceglia, eds. Court and Politics in Papal Rome, 1492-1700. (Cambridge Studies in Italian History and Culture.) Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. viii + 257 PP. index. $60. ISBN: 0-521-64146-2.

Contents: Marco Pellegrini, "A Turning Point in the History of the Factional System in the Sacred College: the Power of Pope and Cardinals in the Age of Alexander VI"; Irene Fosi, "Court and City in the Ceremony of the possesso in the Sixteenth Century"; Elena Fasano Guarini, "'Rome, Workshop of all the Practices of the World': from the Letters of Cardinal"; Ferdinando de' Medici to Cosimo I and Francesco I"; Mario Rosa, "The 'World's Theatre': the Court of Rome and Politics in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century"; Maria Antonietta Visceglia, "Factions in the Sacred College in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries"; Antonio Menniti Ippolito, "The Secretariat of State as the Pope's Special Ministry"; Olivier Poncet; "The Cardinal-Protectors of the Crowns in the Roman Curia During the first half of the Seventeenth Century: the Case of France"; Gianvittorio Signorotto, "The squadrone volante: 'Independent' Cardinals and European Politics in the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century"; Mario Infelise, "Ro man avvisi: Information and Politics in the Seventeenth Century"; and Renata Ago, "Hegemony over the Social Scene and Zealous Popes (1676-1700)."

Slim, H. Colin. Painting Music in the Sixteenth Century: Essays in Iconography. (Variorum Collected Studies Series, CS727.) Aldershot and Brookfield, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xii + 312 pp. index. illus. $117.95. ISBN: 0-86078-869-5.

Contents: "Introduction: Some Thoughts on Musical Inscriptions"; "'Some Possible Likenesses of Francesco Canova da Milano (1497-1543)"'; "The Prodigal Son at the Whores' Music, Art, and Drama"; "The Lutenist's Hand"; "An Iconographical Echo of the Unwritten Tradition in a Verdelot Madrigal"; Tintoretto's 'Music-Making Women' at Dresden"; "Paintings of Lady Concerts and the Transmission of 'jouissance vous donneray'"; "Arcadelt's 'Amor, tu sai' in an Anonymous Allegory"; "Two Paintings of 'Concert Scenes' from the Veneto and the Morgan Library's Unique Music Print of 1520"; "Musical Inscriptions in Paintings by Caravaggio and His Followers"; "Lasso's La Cortesia Voi, Donne, Predicate: A Villanesca Printed, Penned, Plucked and Depicted"; Music in and out of Egypt: A Little-Studied Iconographical Tradition"; "Valid and Invalid Options for Performing Frottole as Implied in Visual Sources"; "Music in Majolica"; "Giovanni Girolamo Savoldo's Portrait of a Man with a Recorder"; "A Motet for Machiavelli's Mistress and a Chanson for a Courtesan"; "Mary Magdalene, Musician and Dancer"; and "Mary Magdalene, mondaine musicale."

Smith, Alan and Peter C. Rollins, eds. Shakespeare's Theories of Blood, Character, and Class: A Festschrift in Honor of David Shelley Berkeley. New York and Washington, DC: Peter Lang, 2001. x + 244 pp. index. $57.95. ISBN: 0-8204-4518-5

Contents: David S. Berkeley, "Claudius, the Villein King of Denmark"; Esther M. Gloe, "The Work Laws, Prosperity, and The Tempest"; Shirley Marney, "Some Aspects of Shylock's Jewish Nature"; John W. Crawford, "Secondary Wisdom: The Role of Women as Mentors in Shakespeare's Plays"; Myung-soo Hur, "Vengeance Rot You All Blood-Oriented Revengers in Titus Andronicus"; Randy Phillis, "The Stained Blood of Rape: Elizabethan Medical Thought and Shakespeare's Lucrece"; Byung-Eun Lee, "Shakespeare's Villeinizing of Jack Cade"; Kurt Hochenauer, "The Art of Class Delineation: The Aesthetic Disparity Between The Shrew and A Shrew"; Dennis F. Bormann, "Thou Art a Villain: From the Ensign to Iago - Blood Changes in Othello"; Dilin Liu Anumarla Govindan, "From Rosalynde to As You Like It: Shakespeare's Celebration of Blood Order"; Kenneth J. Tiller, "The Fool as Physician in Shakespeare's Plays"; Alan Smith, "Of Lively Grapes and Windy Hops: Blood and Drink in Renaissance English Literature"; David S. Berkeley, "Shakespeare 's Severall Degrees in Bloud"; Alan Smith, "David Shelley Berkeley, "Christian Scholar"; and "Peter C. Rollins, "Preface."

Tucker, George Hugo, ed. Forms of the "Medieval" in the "Renaissance": A Multidisciplinary Exploration of a Cultural Continuum. Charlottesville: Rockwood Press, 2000. x + 237 pp. index. illus. $32.60. ISBN: 1-886365-20-2.

Contents: George Hugo Tucker, "Introduction: Petrarch's Curious Mountain of Virtue"; Elizabeth Mozzillo-Howell, "Dante between Scholasticism and Humanism: Aspects of the Monarchy"; Luc Deitz, "Scholastic Logic and Renaissance Poetics: A Few Observations on J.C. Scaliger's Poetics libri septem (1561)"; Annabel S. Brett, "Authority, Reason and the Self-Definition of Theologians in the Spanish 'Second Scholastic'"; Toon Van Houdt, "Lessius' Views on Taxation and Justice: Scholastic Background and Humanist Applications"; David J. Cowling, "Figures for Text and Author in Late Medieval France and Burgundy: Les Douze Dames de Rhetorique (1463)"; Margaret M. Smith, "Medieval Roots of the Renaissance Printed Book: An Essay in Design History"; Philip Ford, "Alexandre de Villedieu's Doctrinale puerorum: A Medieval Best-seller and Its Fortune in the Renaissance"; Gilbert Tournoy, "Apollo and Admetus: The Forms of Classical Myth through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance"; and Wes Williams, "'Strange fruit': The Culture of Pilgrimage from Mandeville to the Missionaries."

Van Houdt, Toon and Jan L. M. Papy, eds. Self-Presentation and Social Identification: The Rhetoric and Pragmatics of Letter Writing in Early Modern Times. (Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia, 18.) Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2002. vi + 478 pp. index. 60 EUR. ISBN: 90-5867-212-3.

Contents: Toon Van Houdt and Jan Papy, "Introduction"; Judith Rice Henderson, "Humanist Letter Writing: Private Conversation or Public Forum?"; Charles Fantazzi, "Vives versus Erasmus on the Art of Letter Writing"; Christine Benevent, "Erasme en sa correspondance: conquete(s) et defaite(s) du langage"; Tim Markey, "Style and Tradition in Ben Jonson's Verse Epistles"; Kristine Haugen, "Imaginary Correspondence: Epistolary Rhetoric and the Hermeneutics of Disbelief"; Warren V. Boutcher, "Literature, Thought or Fact? Past and Present Directions in the Study of the Early Modern Letter"; Jacqueline Glomski, "Careerism at Cracow: The Dedicatory Letters of Rudolf Agricola Junior, Valentin Eck, and Leonard Cox (1510-1530)"; Mark Morford, "Lipsius' Letters of Recommendation"; Elizabeth Goransson, "Letters, Learning and Learned Ladies. An Analysis of Otto Sperling, Jr.'s (1634-1715) Correspondence with Scandinavian Women"; Henk J. M. Nellen, "In Strict Confidence: Grotius' Correspondence with his Socinina Friends"; Cor inna L. Vermeulen, "Strategies and Slander in the Protestant Part of the Republic of Letters: Image, Friendship, and Patronage in Etienne de Courcelles' Correspondence"; Antonio Iurilli, "La crisi del sapere rinascimentale in un carteggio italiano di primo Settecento"; Erika Rummel, "A Argumentis, non contumeliis: The Humanistic Model for Religious Debate and Erasmus' Apologetic Letters"; Jane Griffiths, "The Grammarian as 'Poera' and 'Vates': Self-Presentation in the Antibossicon"; Jordan Avramov, "Letter Writing and the Management of Scientific Controversy: The Correspondence of Henry Oldenburg (166 1-1677)"; Karl A. E. Enenkel, "Die Grundlegung humanistischer Selbstprasentation in Brief-Corpus: Francesco Petrarcas Familiarium rerum libri XXIV"; Lisa Jardine, "Before Clarissa: Erasmus, 'Letters of Obscure Men,' and Epistolary Fictions"; Edward V. George, "Conceal or Disclose? The Limits of Self-Representation in the Letters of Juan Luis Vives"; Philip J. Ford, "Self-Presentation in the Published Corresponde nce George Buchanan"; and Adam Mosley, "Tycho Brahe's Epistolae Astronomicae: A Reappraisal."

Walker, Stefanie and Frederick Hammond, eds. Life and the Arts in the Baroque Palaces of Rome: Ambiente Barocco. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999. xviii + 284 pp. index. illus. bibl. $70 (cl), $40 (pbk). ISBN: 0-300-07934-8 (cl), 0-300-07934-6 (pbk).

Contents: Stephanie Walker, "The Artistic Sources and Development of Roman Baroque Decorative Arts"; Patricia Waddy, "Inside the Palace: People and Furnishings"; Thomas Dandelet, "Setting the Noble Stage in Baroque Rome: Roman Palaces, Political Contest, and Social Theater, 1600-1700"; Frederick Hammond, "The Creation of a Roman Festival: Barberini Celebrations for Christina of Sweden"; Eduard A. Safarik, "Invention and Reality in Roman Still- Life Painting of the Seventeenth Century: Fioravanti and the Others"; Maria Giulia Barberini, "The Prince Defended: Arms and Armor in Seventeenth-Century Rome"; and Edward 3. Olszewski, "Decorating the Palace: Cardinal Pietro Orroboni (1667-1740) in the Cancelleria."

Wallace, David J., ed. The Cambridge History of Medieval English Literature. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xxv + 1043 pp. index. bibl. silo (ci), $40 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-44420-9 (cl), 0-521-89046-2 (pbk).

Contents: Seth Lerer, "Old English and its Afterlife"; Susan Crane, "Anglo-Norman Cultures in England, 1066-1460"; Thomas Hahn, "Early Middle English"; Jocelyn Wogan-Browne and Lesley Johnson, "National, World, and Women's History: Writers and Readers in Post-Conquest England"; Christopher Baswell, "Latinitas"; Rosalind Field, "Romance in England, 1066-1400"; Brynley F. Roberts, "Writing in Wales"; Terence Dolan, "Writing in Ireland"; R. James Goldstein, "Writing in Scotland, 1058-1560"; Andrew Galloway, "Writing History in England"; Sheila Lindenbaum, "London Texts and Literate Practice"; Christopher Cannon, "Monastic Productions"; John V. Fleming, "The Friars and Medieval English Literature"; Marjorie Curry Woods and Rita Copeland, "Classroom and Confession"; Richard Firth Green, "Medieval Literature and Law"; David Aers, "Vox populi and the Literature of 1381"; David Lawton, "Englishing the Bible, 1066-1549"; Ralph Hanna, "Alliterative Poetry"; Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, "Piers, Plowman"; Nicholas Watson, "The Middle English Mystics"; Glending Olson, "Geoffrey Chaucer"; Winthrop Wetherbee, "John Gower"; Julia Boffey, "Middle English Lives"; Paul Strohm, "Hoccleve, Lydgate, and the Lancastrian Court"; Steven Justice, "Lollardy"; Helen Cooper, "Romance After 1400"; Seth Lerer, "William Caxton" Lawrence M. Clopper, "English Drama: From Ungodly Ludi to Sacred Play"; John Watkins, "The Allegorical Theatre: Moralities, Interludes, and Protestant Drama"; Colin Burro, "The Experience of Exclusion: Literature and Polities in the Reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII"; Brian Cummings, "Reformed Literature and Literature Reformed"; William P. Marvin, "Chronological Outline of Historical Events and Texts in Britain, 1050-1550"; and "Bibliography."

Wright, George T. Hearing the Measure: Shakespearean and Other Inflections. London and Madison, WI: The University of Wisconsin Press, 2001. xiv + 327 pp. index. $60 (cl). $24.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-299-17190-6 (cl), 0-299-17194-9 (pbk).

Contents: "Hendiadys and Hamlet"; "The Lyric Tense: Simple Present Verbs in English Poems"; "Supposing a Measure for Measure for Measure "; "Wyatt's Decasyllabic Line"; "Donne's Sculptured Stanzas"; "Yeat's Expressive Style"; "Lowell's Pentameter Line"; "Hearing the Measures: A Review Article"; "Pulse and Breath: An Exchange with X. J. Kennedy"; "Troubles of a Professional Meter Reader"; "Blank Verse in the Jacobean Theater: Language That Vanishes, Language That Keeps"; "An Almost Oral Art: Shakespeare's Language on Stage and Page"; and "The Silent Speech of Shakespeare's Sonnets."

Zeeman, Nicolette and James Simpson, eds. Images, Idolatry, and Iconoclasm in Late Medieval England' Textuality and the Visual Image. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xiv + 250 pp. index. bibl. $70. ISBN: 0-19-818759-9.

Contents: Nicolette Zeeman, Jeremy Dimmick, and James Simpson, "Introduction"; James Simpson, "The Rule of Medieval Imagination"; L.O. Aranye Fradenburg, "Malting, Mourning, and the Love of Idols"; Nicolette Zeeman, "The Idol of the Text"; David Aers, "The Sacrament of the Altar in Piers Plowman and the Late Medieval Church"; Ralph Hanna III, "Langland's Ymaginatif: Images and the Limits of Poetry"; Nicholas Watson, "'Et que est huius ydoli materia? tuipse': Idols and Images in Walter Hilton"; Rita Copeland "Sophistic, Spectrality, Iconoclasm"; Sarah Stanbury, "The Vivacity of Images: Sr. Catherine, Kinghton's Lollards, and the Breaking of Idols"; Michael Camille, "The Iconoclast's Desire: Deguileville's Idolatry in France and England"; Wendy Scase, "Writing and the 'Poetics of Spectacle': Political Epiphanies in the Arrivall of Edward IV and Some Contemporary Lancastrian and Yorkist Texts"; Brian Cummings, "Iconoclasm and Bibliophobia in the English Reformation, 1521-58"; and David Wallace, "Afterword."

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Raman, Shankar. Framing India: The Colonial Imaginary in Early Modern Culture. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2002. xiv + 390 pp. index. illus. bibl. $60. ISBN: 0-8047-3970-6.

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