6 edition of Reconsidering the Renaissance found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Mario A. Di Cesare.|
|Series||Medieval & Renaissance texts & studies ;, v. 93, Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series) ;, v. 93.|
|Contributions||Di Cesare, Mario A.|
|LC Classifications||CB361 .S68 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 528 p. :|
|Number of Pages||528|
|LC Control Number||92017281|
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Read this book on Questia. After a distinguished academic career encompassing more than forty years at Harvard, Cornell, and Columbia universities, nearly twenty years as executive director of the Renaissance Society of America, and approximately a decade in the governance of the American Historical Association, Eugene E. Rice, Jr. has drawn to himself a wide circle of scholarly friends. In reconsidering the politics and emphasizing the cultural vitality of the period, the collection provides fresh and much-needed revision to our understanding of Clement VII's pontificate and its critical impact on the history of the papacy and Renaissance Europe.
Reconsidering the origins of portraiture: instead of an introduction Grzęda and Walczak Reconsidering the origins of portraiture: instead of an introduction 3 the sitter, after a long period of being considered unimportant or even undesirable, Jacob Burckhardt in his book The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy (), a work. Reconsidering Boccaccio explores the exceptional social, geographic, and intellectual range of the Florentine writer Giovanni Boccaccio, his dialogue with voices and traditions that surrounded him, and the way that his legacy illuminates the interconnectivity of numerous cultural networks.
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Reconsidering the Renaissance: Papers from the Twenty-First Annual Conference (Medieval and Renaissance Texts & Studies) by State University of New York at Binghamton Center for Medieval and ear (Author), Mario A.
Di Cesare (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN /5(1). True to its title, the articles are dedicated to reconsidering the concept "Renaissance" in all its forms. The volume is organized in a generally chronological order, addressing various topics of the early and high Italian Renaissance ranging from spas in their sociocultural context, humanism and the history of thought, literature, and art.
Reconsidering Boccaccio highlights the great Florentine writer Giovanni Boccaccio’s remarkable achievements in the fourteenth century as a cultural mediator; his exceptional social, geographic, and intellectual range; and the influence of his legacy on numerous cultural : Hardcover.
Grounded in Boccaccio’s own writings, Reconsidering Boccaccio brings a variety of methodologies and critical approaches to the works of one of the ‘three crowns’ of Italian literature. Containing essays by scholars not only of Italian literature, but also history, law, classics, and Middle Eastern literature, this collection is part of a vital movement to open up a dialogue among researchers Author: Olivia Holmes.
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In The Globalization of Renaissance Art: A Critical Review, Daniel Savoy assembles an interdisciplinary group of scholars to evaluate the global discourse on early modern European the course of eleven chapters and a roundtable, the contributors assess the discourse’s goal of transcending Eurocentric boundaries, reflecting on the strengths and weaknesses of current terms, methods Released on: Decem Reconsidering the “English Urban Renaissance”: Cities, Culture, and Society after the Great Fire of London - Building the Georgian City.
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Represents the most comprehensive coverage of themes and unique new perspectives on the Harlem Renaissance available Features original contributions from both Author: Cherene Sherrard-Johnson. The Matrix and the Cave: Reconsidering the Ontological Dimension of Education KATO, Morimichi* The Western theory of education was in its Greek origin inseparably tied to the Greek concept of Being and truth.
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Essays in Reconsidering the Insular Cases examine the history and legacy of these cases and explore possible solutions for the dilemmas they created. The Renaissance Era was a period of huge cultural advancements. It began in Italy and spread throughout the length and breadth of Europe.
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Buy e-book from: Barnes & Noble.Reconsidering the Teaching of Style Focusing on cohesion, emphasis, sentence combining, imitation, and using style to generate study of style has undergone a kind of renaissance, with numerous books and articles on its uses in composition theory and pedagogy (see Sidebar).