Renaissance Studies

Cover image for Vol. 30 Issue 3

Edited By: Jennifer Richards

Online ISSN: 1477-4658

Virtual Issue: SRS Annual Essay Prize 2004-2011


Every year, the Society for Renaissance Studies appoints a panel to select the best essay published in its journal, Renaissance Studies.

We are pleased to present the following collection of all prizewinning articles from 2004 to 2012.

2004
Domestic Violence in late-medieval Bologna
Trevor Dean

2005
In praise of art: text and context of Leonardo's Paragone and its critique of the arts and sciences
Monica Azzolini

2006
'Three pounds and fifteen shillings; the inconsiderable salary of Judas': seventeenth-century exegesis, cultural historiography and Thomas Browne's Pseudodoxia Epidemica
Kevin Killeen

2007
From jellied seas to open waterways: redefining the northern limit of the knowable world
Margaret Small

2008
'To make love to a Deformity': praising ugliness in early modern England
Naomi Baker

2009
Conscience and the Law in Thomas More
Brian Cummings

2010
The Renaissance of bees
Jonathan Woolfson

2011
The nun apothecaries of Renaissance Florence: marketing medicines in the convent
Sharon T Strocchia

2012
My Ladye Nevells Booke: music, patronage and cultural negotiation in late sixteenth-century England
Yael Sela Teichler

2013
Make me a poet, and I'll quickly be a man: masculinity, pedagogy and poetry in the English Renaissance
Kate Chedgzoy

2014
Domestic medicine: slaves, servants and female medical expertise in late medieval Valencia
Debra Blumenthal

Highly Commended: Poor women and parish public health in sixteenth-century London (Richelle Munkhoff)

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