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Volume Editor: Hilaire Kallendorf
A Companion to the Spanish Renaissance edited by Hilaire Kallendorf makes a renewed case for the inclusion of Spain within broader European Renaissance movements. Its introduction, “A Renaissance for the ‘Spanish Renaissance’?” will be sure to incite polemic across a broad spectrum of academic fields.

This interdisciplinary volume combines micro- with macro-history to offer a snapshot of the best new work being done in this area. With essays on politics and government, family and daily life, religion, nobles and court culture, birth and death, intellectual currents, ethnic groups, the plastic arts, literature, popular culture, law courts, women, literacy, libraries, civic ritual, illness, money, notions of community, philosophy and law, science, colonial empire, and historiography, it offers breath-taking scope without sacrificing attention to detail. Destined to become the standard go-to resource for non-specialists, this book also contains an extensive bibliography aimed at the serious researcher.

Contributors are: Beatriz de Alba-Koch, Edward Behrend-Martínez, Cristian Berco, Harald E. Braun, Susan Byrne, Bernardo Canteñs, Frederick A. de Armas, William Eamon, Stephanie Fink, Enrique García Santo-Tomás, J.A. Garrido Ardila, Marya T. Green-Mercado, Elizabeth Teresa Howe, Hilaire Kallendorf, Henry Kamen, Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt, Michael J. Levin, Ruth MacKay, Fabien Montcher, Ignacio Navarrete, Jeffrey Schrader, Lía Schwartz, Elizabeth Ashcroft Terry, and Elvira Vilches.

 
A collection of 45 specially commissioned research companions focusing on the late medieval and early modern era, with an emphasis on the Renaissance and Reformation periods. Peer reviewed and written by experts, these handbooks offer balanced accounts at an advanced level, along with an overview of the state of scholarship and a synthesis of debate, pointing the way for future research. Designed for students and scholars, the books explain what sources there are, what methodologies and approaches are appropriate in dealing with them, what issues arise and how they have been treated, and what room there is for disagreement. All volumes are in English.

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Collection Highlights
• Handbook of European History 1400-1600.
Available as e-book for the first time.
• A New Companion to Hispanic Mysticism.
Winner of the 2011 Bainton Prize for Reference Works.
• A Companion to the Spanish Renaissance.
“Destined to become the standard go-to resource”
• A Companion to the Reformation in Central Europe.
“A magisterial, insightful, and replete collection”
• A Companion to the Swiss Reformation.
“Without doubt the best available in its field”
• A Companion to Venetian History, 1400-1797.
“A magnificent compendium”

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notes and bibliography include many by North American scholars. It performs in this way a useful service, offering an overview of how American hispanists currently perceive the period it terms the “Spanish Renaissance.” In her lively Introduction, Hilaire Kallendorf concedes that it is more usual to

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies
Volume Editors: Amy M. Austin and Mark D. Johnston
Translator: Alexander Ibarz
A Companion to Ramon Llull and Lullism offers a comprehensive survey of the work of the Majorcan lay theologian and philosopher Ramon Llull (1232-1316) and of its influence in late medieval, Renaissance, and early modern Europe, as well as in the Spanish colonies of the New World. Llull’s unique system of philosophy and theology, the “Great Universal Art,” was widely studied and admired from the fifteenth through the eighteenth centuries. His evangelizing ideals and methods inspired centuries of Christian missionaries. His many writings in Catalan, his native vernacular, remain major monuments in the literary history of Catalonia.

Contributors are: Roberta Albrecht, José Aragüés Aldaz, Linda Báez Rubí, Josep Batalla, Pamela Beattie, Henry Berlin, John Dagenais, Mary Franklin-Brown, Alexander Ibarz, Annemarie C. Mayer, Rafael Ramis Barceló, Josep E. Rubio, and Gregory B. Stone.
Volume Editor: Andrea Gamberini
Milan was for centuries the most important center of economic, ecclesiastical and political power in Lombardy. As the State of Milan it extended in the Renaissance over a large part of northern and central Italy and numbered over thirty cities with their territories. A Companion to Late Medieval and early Modern Milan examines the story of the city and State from the establishment of the duchy under the Viscontis in 1395 through to the 150 years of Spanish rule and down to its final absorption into Austrian Lombardy in 1704. It opens up to a wide readership a well-documented synthesis which is both fully informative and reflects current debate. 20 chapters by qualified and distinguished scholars offer a new and original perspective with themes ranging from society to politics, music to literature, the history of art to law, the church to the economy.

Contributors are: Giuliana Albini, Giancarlo Andenna, Jane Black, Stefano D’Amico, Alessandra Dattero, Massimo Della Misericordia, Giuliano Di Bacco, Claudia Di Filippo, Federico Del Tredici, Andrea Gamberini, Christine Getz, T.J. Kuehn, Germano Maifreda, Patrizia Mainoni, Alessandro Morandotti, Simona Mori, Serena Romano, Giovanna Tonelli, Massimo Zaggia.
History is published as a subseries of Brill’s Paperback Collection.

This product consists of the following titles:
A Companion to Anabaptism and Spiritualism, 1521-1700, Edited by John D. Roth and James M. Stayer
A Companion to Jean Gerson , Edited by Brian Patrick McGuire
A Companion to John Wyclif. Late Medieval Theologian, Edited by Ian C. Levy
Amphibious Warfare 1000-1700. Commerce, State Formation and European Expansion, Edited by D.J.B. Trim and Mark Charles Fissel
Eurasian Transformations, Tenth to Thirteenth Centuries. Crystallizations, Divergences, Renaissances, Edited by Johann P. Arnason and Björn Wittrock
Framing Iberia. Maqāmāt and Frametale Narratives in Medieval Spain, David A. Wacks
From Capture to Sale. The Portuguese Slave Trade to Spanish South America in the Early Seventeenth Century, Linda A. Newson and Susie Minchin
Historiography in the Middle Ages, Edited by Deborah Mauskopf Deliyannis, Indiana University
Migration History in World History. Multidisciplinary Approaches, Edited by Jan Lucassen, Leo Lucassen, and Patrick Manning
Preachers by Night. The Waldensian Barbes (15th–16th Centuries), Gabriel Audisio. Translated by Claire Davison
Ruusbroec. Literature and Mysticism in the Fourteenth Century, Geert Warnar. Translated by Diane Webb
The Age of the ΔΡΟΜΩΝ. The Byzantine Navy ca 500-1204, John H. Pryor and Elizabeth M. Jeffreys
The Long Road to the Industrial Revolution. The European Economy in a Global Perspective, 1000-1800, Jan Luiten van Zanden
The Persecution of the Jews and Muslims of Portugal. King Manuel I and the End of Religious Tolerance (1496-7), François Soyer
The Representations of the Overseas World in the De Bry Collection of Voyages (1590-1634), Michiel van Groesen, University of Amsterdam
The Rhetoric of Cicero in its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition, Edited by Virginia Cox and John O. Ward
Wind, Water, Work. Ancient and Medieval Milling Technology, Adam Lucas