Perspectives on Early Modern and Modern Intellectual History: Essays in Honor of Nancy S. Struever ; Edited by Joseph Marino and Melinda W. Schlitt

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Nancy S. Struever, Joseph Marino, Melinda Wilcox Schlitt
University Rochester Press, 2001 - 509 páginas
Perspectives on Early and Modern Intellectual History brings together several disciplines and historical periods, and three generations of scholars to celebrate the pedagogical and scholarly career of Nancy Struever, who taught in the Humanities Center and Department of History at The John Hopkins University. Twenty-three essays reflect the breadth of disciplinary competence and the standards of scholarly rigor that Stuever instilled in her students and demonstrates in her scholarship. The book is organized around three divisional areas of inquiry: Renaissance Humanism, Histories of Art, and Rhetorics, Philosophies, and Histories. The first part includes studies on Shakespeare and Ariosto; essays on Machiavelli, Caterina da Siena, and Lorenzo Valla; and Manetti on the library of Nicholas V. The section on histories of art contains contributions on L.B. Alberti, on early modern spectacle and the performance of images, and on rhetoric and art. The third section continues with discussions of rhetoric, history, and literature from a more theoretical viewpoint. The book concludes with a bibliography of Stuever's works. Authors include: Marvin Becker, Marjorie O'Rourke Boyle, Salvatore Camporeale, F. Edward Cranz, Elizabeth Cropper, Marc Fumaroli, Thomas M. Greene, Michael Ann Holly, J. G. A. Pocock, Charles Trinkaus, and Hayden White. Joseph Marino is an independent scholar and is with Current Analysis in Virginia. Melinda Schlitt is Associate Professor in the Department of Fine Arts, Dickinson College.
 

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The Studia Humanitatis and Litterae in Cicero
3
Peter in the Sermons
49
IZBICKI
61
What Do Athens and Jerusalem Have to Do with
88
Caterina da Siena and the Legacy of Humanism
116
Baldassar
145
Ariostos Cinque Canti and the Threat to Europe
193
Ceremonial Closure in Shakespeares Plays
208
Alessandro Tassoni
303
The Rhetoric of Remembrance
325
Disciplina or Epistemology? Nancy
347
Periodical about 1700
401
Moses Mendelssohns
419
Thomas
442
The Young Chateaubriand on Rhetoric Politics
459
Thinking Civil Society in Scotland from Adam
472

On the Identity of Masaccio in L B Albertis
223
The Rhetoric of Exemplarity in SixteenthCentury
259
Early Modern Spectacle and the Performance
283
Considerations on a Levian Practice
492
Index
507
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