イタリア・ルネサンス:必須読本<br>The Italian Renaissance : The Essential Readings (Blackwell Essential Readings in History)

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イタリア・ルネサンス:必須読本
The Italian Renaissance : The Essential Readings (Blackwell Essential Readings in History)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 354 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780631222828
  • DDC分類 945.05

基本説明

Introduces recent and classical interpretations of the Italian Renaissance in thirteen of the most critical essays on this period.

Full Description


Thirteen of the most important critical essays on the Italian Renaissance are brought together in this volume. Designed to introduce readers to both recent and classical interpretations, the collection provides an ideal starting point for study of this period.Topics covered include the structures of power, urban life and values, gender, family and society, the power of knowledge, and patronage and art. Taken together, the readings illuminate the origins, course and outcome of the Italian Renaissance. Editorial introductions and annotations to each essay provide a helpful framework for students engaging with critical aspects of the subject for the first time. An overall introduction discusses the themes and approaches that have dominated the recent historiography of the Renaissance, as well as the debates about how to define the Renaissance and its relationship to Italy: it also considers different approaches to the 'end' of the Renaissance.

Table of Contents

Cover Illustration                                 vii
List of Illustrations viii
Acknowledgments x
Part I Introduction 1 (40)
Understanding the Italian Renaissance 4 (37)
Paula Findlen
Part II Was There a Renaissance State? 41 (50)
Civic Traditions in Premodern Italy 47 (17)
Gene Brucker
Cosimo de' Medici: Pater Patriae or Padrino? 64 (27)
Anthony Molho
Part III Urban Life and Values 91 (76)
``Kin, Friends, and Neighbors'': The Urban 97 (27)
Territory of a Merchant Family in 1400
Christiane Klapisch-Zuber
Sumptuary Law and Social Relations in 124 (27)
Renaissance Italy
Diane Owen Hughes
The Virgin on the Street Corner: The Place 151 (16)
of the Sacred in Italian Cities
Edward Muir
Part IV Gender and Society 167 (46)
``The Most Serious Duty'': Motherhood, 173 (19)
Gender, and Patrician Culture in
Renaissance Venice
Stanley Chojnacki
Gender and Sexual Culture in Renaissance 192 (21)
Italy
Michael Rocke
Part V The Power of Knowledge 213 (80)
Petrarch's Conception of the ``Dark Ages'' 219 (18)
Theodor E. Mommsen
Commerce with the Classics 237 (36)
Anthony Grafton
Isotta Nogarola: Women Humanists -- 273 (20)
Education for What?
Lisa Jardine
Part VI Patronage, Art, and Culture 293 (48)
Heroes and Their Workshops: Medici 299 (18)
Patronage and the Problem of Shared Agency
Melissa Meriam Bullard
The Court Lady's Dilemma: Isabella d'Este 317 (24)
and Art Collecting in the Renaissance
Rose Marie San Juan
Index 341