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Carsten Kottmann

.g. literature in Calvinistic and confessional circumstances, and urban literature. 2 Luther and the Reformation Of the multitude of publications marking the anniversary of the Reformation in 2017, only a small selection can be presented here. Heinz Schilling, ‘1517—ein Wendejahr in der Weltgeschichte?’, AR

Giada Guassardo

of the subject: proto-feminist theory, women writers, the ambiguous nature of women as characters in art and literature, and women in Counter-Reformation ideology. Serena Pezzini, ‘Il “Floridoro” di Moderata Fonte e il tradimento della lingua del padre’, Benassi, Tradimento , 53–80, adopts a gender

William William, Clementina Marsico, Florian Schaffenrath, Lav Subaric and Isabella Walser

Empire for the European Reformation and its history. The history of science was a prominent subject of interest this year as well. Reinhold Glei, ‘Durchs wilde Bsurdistan. Zur Terminologie und räumlichen Darstellung höherer Potenzen in Michael Stifels Arithmetica integra (1544)’, NJb , 19

Révolutionnaires et Romantiques, Université Blaise-Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand CRRS , Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Toronto CrT , Critica del Testo CS , Cornish Studies CSa , Cahiers V.L. Saulnier CSAM , Centro di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo, Spoleto CSANAY , Celtic Studies Association of North America

Enrico Zucchi

of research of early modern libraries and private book collections in Venice; it shows that, if during the 16th-c. Venice played a fundamental commercial role in publishing and distributing several religious books connected to the new sensibility of the Catholic Reformation, the political decline of

Emma Dymock and Kate L. Mathis

Macmillan, 2014, xiii + 254 pp., explode the tiresome quest for ‘Celtic’ individualism for its own sake in the Medieval and Early Modern Gaelic church, focusing respectively on the themes of salvation, charity, and personal devotion: Iain G.  MacDonald, ‘The Church in Gaelic Scotland before the Reformation

Adam Oberlin

culture, literacy, and production in the Nordic region from local and transnational perspectives. For example, Guðvarður Már Gunnlaugsson, ‘Latin Fragments Related to Iceland’ (163–183) outlines the origins, generic distribution, catalogue information, and post-Reformation fate of Latin MSS there, which

Brian Jeffrey Maxson

Reformation , Rome, Viella, 258 pp., traces changes in the terminology, theory, and practice of papal legates. La mobilità sociale nel Medioevo italiano 5: Roma e la Chiesa (secoli XII – XV ) , ed. Cristina Carbonetti Vendittelli and Marco Vendittelli, Rome, Viella, 148 pp., is mostly focused on earlier