The Renaissance in Italy: A Social and Cultural History of the Rinascimento

The Renaissance in Italy: A Social and Cultural History of the Rinascimento

by Guido Ruggiero

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ISBN-13: 9780521895200
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 12/22/2014
Pages: 626
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.69(d)

About the Author

Guido Ruggiero is College of Arts and Sciences Cooper Fellow and Professor of History at the University of Miami. As an author, editor and translator, he has published more than two dozen books on the Renaissance and related topics including, most recently, Machiavelli in Love: Sex, Self, and Society in Renaissance Italy (2007) and The Blackwell Companion to the Worlds of the Renaissance (2002). His articles have appeared in many journals, including The American Historical Review, The Journal of Social History, Viator, The Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Science, Xin shehui shi (New Social History), Studi storici and Quaderni storici. He has also published numerous essays and articles in edited volumes. Ruggiero has won a number of fellowships including a Guggenheim Fellowship; two National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships; several Delmas Foundation, Orowitz and Taft Fellowships; as well as an ACLS Fellowship. He is an elected member of the Ateneo Veneto and has been a Fellow or Visiting Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, Harvard's Villa I Tatti in Florence and the American Academy in Rome.

Table of Contents

1. Legitimacy: a crisis and a promise (c.1250-c.1340); 2. Civilt...: living and thinking the city (c.1300-c.1375); 3. Plague: death, disaster, and the rinascita of civilt... (c.1325-c.1425); 4. Violence: social conflict and the Italian Hundred Years War (c.1350-c.1454); 5. Imagination: the shared primary culture of the early Rinascimento (c.1350-c.1475); 6. Courts: princes, aristocrats, and quiet glory (c.1425-c.1500); 7. Self: the individual as a work of art (c.1425-c.1525); 8. Discovery: finding the old in the new (c.1450-c.1560); 9. Re-dreams: virtù, saving the Rinascimento, and the satyr in the garden (c.1500-c.1560); 10. Reform: spiritual enthusiasms, discipline, and a church militant (c.1500-c.1575); 11. Retreat: the great social divide and the end of the Rinascimento (c.1525-c.1575).

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