» Essays and Studies, No. 16
The Renaissance in the Streets, Schools, and Studies: Essays
in Honour of Paul F. Grendler
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This volume brings together essays on the intellectual, cultural and social
history of the Italian Renaissance, areas of inquiry that Paul F. Grendler
has done so much to develop through the decades. The various authors address
issues in the diffusion of Renaissance culture through a broad range of formal
and informal means, including schools, plays, public rituals, and disciplinary
tribunals. In so doing, they illustrate how the values, pursuits, and dreams
of the studia humanitatis and of a broad-ranging Christian-humanist
reform took hold and flourished through interplay of formal and informal
means of spreading ideas in the Renaissance and on to the present day.
Konrad Eisenbichler is professor of Renaissance studies
and past director of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at
Victoria College, University of Toronto.
Nicholas Terpstra is professor of history and co-ordinator of the Renaissance
Studies Program at Victoria College, University of Toronto.
Nicholas Terpstra, "Roads to the Renaissance: An Introductory Note"
Margaret L. King, "The School of Infancy: The Emergence of Mother as Teacher
in Early Modern Times"
Mark A. Lewis, "The Jesuit Institutionalization of the Studia Humanitatis:
Two Jesuit Humanists at Naples"
Ronald G. Witt, "The Early Communal Historians, Forerunners of the Italian
Mary Hewlett, "Fortune's Fool: The Influence of Humanism on Francesco Burlamacchi,
'Hero' of Lucca"
Nicholas Terpstra, "Catechizing in Prison and on the Gallows in Renaissance
Italy: The Politics of Comforting the Condemned"
Thomas Deutscher, "The Bishop's Tribunal and the Laity: The Diocese of Novara,
1563 to 1615"
Paul V. Murphy, "'Your Indies': The Jesuit Mission at the Santa
Casa di Loreto in the Sixteenth Century"
James K. Farge, "The Origins and Development of Censorship in France"
Konrad Eisenbichler, "How Bartolomeo Saw a Play"
Anthonio Santosuosso, "A Society in Disarray: Satirical Poets and Mannerist
Painters in the Age of the Italian Wars"
Erika Rummel, "Cardinal Cisneros as Dramatic Hero: Enlightened Statesman
or Miracle Worker?"
John O'Malley, "Paul Grendler and the Triumph of the Renaissance: A Reminiscence
and Some Thoughts"
William J. Callahan, "Loving the Renaissance: Paul Grendler at the University