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Articles from Explorations in Renaissance Culture (June 22, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
"As I Am a Man": Shakespeare's Ferdinand as Renaissance man in training. Petersheim, Steven 9171
"For our dere ladyes sake": bringing the outlaw in from the forest--Robin Hood, Marian, and normative national identity. Tracy, Larissa 14585
An old altarpiece for a new saint: the canonization of Santa Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi and the decoration of Santa Maria dei Carmini in Venice. Hammond, Joseph 8355
Andrea Riccio's Reliefs for the Altar of the True Cross in Santa Maria dei Servi, Venice: a political statement within the sacred walls. Omiccioli, Eveline Baseggio 8597
Constructing Camilla as "other" in renaissance visual narratives. Franklin, Margaret 7825
Kings, cakes, and carnival: the politics of feasting in Christopher Marlowe's Tamburlaine. Frongillo, John 5177
Reformed Carmelites' patronage in Italian and European seventeenth-century architecture: urban and desert sanctuary typologies. Sturm, Saverio 7654
Significant counsel: reading Rabelais' silent Sibyl. Marsh, Leonard 6953
The arts of the other friars: cultural production of the smaller mendicant orders in the early modern period. Witte, Arnold 1741

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