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We are very pleased to announce that
the following Renaissance Quarterly article has won an Honorable Mention in
the 2011 "I Tatti Prize for Best Essay by a Junior Scholar”: Ruth Noyes,
"On the Fringes of Center: Disputed Hagiographic Imagery and the Crisis
over the Beati moderni in Rome ca. 1600.” Renaissance Quarterly
64 (2011): 800-846. Read this article.
The article at the link is open access.
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Renaissance Quarterly is the leading American journal of Renaissance studies, encouraging connections between different scholarly approaches to bring together material spanning the period from 1300 to 1650 in Western history.
The official journal of the Renaissance Society of America, RQ presents sixteen or more articles and over four hundred reviews per year, engaging such disciplines as comparative literature, emblems, English literature, French literature, Germanic literature, Hebraica, Hispanic literature, history, history of art and architecture, history of classical tradition, history of legal and political thought, history of religion, history of medicine and science, history of the book, paleography and manuscript tradition, humanism, Italian literature, music, Neo-Latin literature, performing arts and theater, philosophy, rhetoric, and women and gender studies.
Since 1954, RQ has provided an important forum for articles of original and significant research and interpretation, as well as surveys of the field, forums, and colloquia that benefit the ongoing development of Renaissance scholarship. RQ's online edition may include enhancements such as color images, audio and video files, appendices, and other supplemental material. Submissions from all disciplines and approaches are welcome.
The University of Chicago Press has published Renaissance Quarterly starting with volume 62 (2009).
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