Fruits of Migration: Heterodox Italian Migrants and Central European Culture 1550-1620

Fruits of Migration: Heterodox Italian Migrants and Central European Culture 1550-1620

by Brill


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789004345669
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 08/30/2018
Series: Intersections Series , #57
Pages: 402
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Prof. Dr. Cornel Zwierlein is teaching early modern and environmental history since 2001 at the universities of Munich and (since 2008) of Bochum (employed until 2017). He earned his PhD in 2003 from the LMU Munich and the CESR Tours; Habilitation 2011. Max-Weber-Price of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences in 2010; Fellow (2013-2015) and Associate (2016, 2018) of the Harvard History Department; at CRASSH, Wolfson College (Cambridge University, 2014) and at the Max-Weber-Kolleg Erfurt (2017/18). Starting in 2018, he is Heisenberg Fellow of the German Science Foundation at Bamberg University; collaborating with the Humboldt Foundationʼs Anneliese-Maier-Award winner Professor Alan Mikhail (Yale) as his nominator.

Prof. Dr. Vincenzo Lavenia is associate professor at the Department of History, Cultures and Civilizations, University of Bologna, Italy, where he teaches Early Modern History. He was student and perfezionando at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa, where he earned his Ph.D. in 2001. He was fellow in Naples (Istituto Italiano di Studi Filosofici), Coimbra (Instituto de História e Teoria das Ideias), Trent (Isig), and Turin (Fondazione L. Firpo). He was also enseignant chercheur invité at the École Pratique des Hautes Études in Paris.

Table of Contents


Notes on the Editors

Notes on the Contributors

List of Illustrations

Introduction: Heterodox Italian Migrants and Central European Culture 1550–1620

 Cornel Zwierlein and Vincenzo Lavenia

1 An Interrupted Dialogue? Italy and the Protestant Book Market in the Early Seventeenth Century

 Marco Cavarzere

2 Books on the Run: The Case of Francesco Patrizi

 Margherita Palumbo

3 Exile Experiences ‘Religionis causaʼ and the Transmission of Medical Knowledge between Italy and German-Speaking Territories in the Second Half of the Sixteenth Century

 Alessandra Quaranta

4 Immanuel Tremellius: From Italian Hebraist to International Migrant

 Kenneth Austin

5 Bernardino Ochino and the German Reformation: The Augsburg Sermons and Flugschriften of an Italian Heretic (1543–1560)

 Michele Camaioni

6 Olympia Fulvia Morata: ‘Glory of Womankind both for Piety and for Wisdomʼ

 Lucia Felici

7 ‘A House for All Sorts of People’: Jacopo Stradaʼs Contacts with Italian Heterodox Exiles

 Dirk Jacob Jansen

8 Journeys of Books, Voices of Tolerance: An Outline of Marco Antonio Flaminioʼs European Reception

 Giovanni Ferroni

9 Some Notes about the Diffusion of Francesco Guicciardini’s Ricordi in Germany between the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

 Maria Elena Severini

10 Between Italy and Germany: City-States in Early Modern Legal Literature

 Lucia Bianchin

11 French-Dutch Connections: The Transalpine Reception of Machiavelli

 Cornel Zwierlein

12 On the Origins of Enlightenment: The Fruits of Migration in the Italian Liberal Historiographical Tradition

 Neil Tarrant

Index Rerum

Index Locorum

Index Nominum

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