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  1. "Clear as heav'n:" Herbert's Poetry and Rhetorical "Divinitie"

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Kenneth J. E. Graham

    Cet article montre que George Herbert, tout comme d'autres interprètes de cette période, a probablement utilisé une herméneutique rhétorique dans le but de mettre en contexte et d'harmoniser des...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2872/?v=1

  2. "Comfort without offence"? The Performance and Transmission of Exile Literature at the English College, Valladolid, 1592-1600

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Berta Cano Echevarría, Ana Sáez Hidalgo, Glyn Redworth, Mark Hutchings

    Parmi les séminaires établis après la Réforme, le Collège de St-Alban de Valladolid a joué un rôle politique et religieux particulièrement significatif. Dès ses premières années, la couronne...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2946/?v=1

  3. "Courtiers of Beauteous Freedom": Antony and Cleopatra in its Time

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Paula Yachnin

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2079/?v=1

  4. "Derived Honesty and Achieved Goodness”: Doctrines of Grace in All’s Well That Ends Well

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Cynthia Lewis

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2050/?v=1

  5. "Good Works are Detrimental to Salvation": Amsdorf's Use of Luther's Words in Controversy

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Robert Kolb

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/1640/?v=1

  6. "He took his religion by trust": The Matter of Ben Jonson's Conversion

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By James P. Crowley

    During his imprisonment for the murder of Gabriel Spencer in 1598, Ben Jonson converted to the outlawed Roman Catholic Church, and for the next 12 years made no attempt to conceal his recusant...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2389/?v=1

  7. "Inter inextricabiles... difficultatum tenebras": Ficino's Pimander and the Gendering of Cartesian Subjectivity

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Michael Keefer

    After reviewing the evidence that Descartes' philosophical itinerary was to a significant degree shaped by a reading of the Hermetic writings translated by Ficino, this article proposes that, in...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2387/?v=1

  8. "Is Abbot Isidore also among the Prophets?": Protestant Influences upon the Annotated Bible of Isidore Clarius

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By R. Gerald Hobbs

    This paper attempts to recognize the important role played by Isidore Clarius in the reform of the Vulgate in the Sixteenth Century. In his preface, prolegomena and notes to the Bible, Clarius...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2173/?v=1

  9. "It cannot be decernit quha are clean and quha are foulle." Responses to Epidemic Disease in Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Scotland

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Richard D. Oram

    En comparaison avec la recherche effectuée en Angleterre et sur le continent européen, la recherche sur l'impact en Écosse des épidémies sur l'économie, la société et la culture du XVIe siècle et...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2938/?v=1

  10. "L'Histoire tragique au service du Prince": Un sens politique de la Trilogie de Des Masures?

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By M. Vernet

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/1677/?v=1

  11. "La Philosophie n'est qu'une poësie sophistiquée": The Role of Metaphor in Montaigne’s Essais

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Paula Koppisch

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/1614/?v=1

  12. "Loüer celluy qui demeure là-haut": la forme de l'hymne ronsardien

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Jean Céard

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/1912/?v=1

  13. "Love's sweetest part, variety": Petrarch and the Curious Frame of the Renaissance Sonnet Sequence

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Germaine Warkentin

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/1458/?v=1

  14. "Now is hell landed here upon the earth": Renaissance Poverty and Witchcraft in Thomas Middleton's The Black Book

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Molly Hand

    En 1604, le pamphlet The Black Book de Thomas Middleton a été publié en deux éditions à Londres. Middleton y répond au Pierce Penniless His Supplication to the Devil (1592) de Thomas Nashe et au...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2947/?v=1

  15. "Only your picture in my mind": the image, the heart, and the mirror in some seventeenth-century poems

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Dosia Reichardt

    La subjectivité aux débuts des temps modernes demeure un thème d'un grand intérêt. Toutefois, les « poèmes au miroir » de Cavalier, caractérisés par l'inversion étrange qu'il fait subir à la...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2912/?v=1

  16. "Qui tacet consentire videtur": Christoph Andreas Fischer’s Polemical Exchange with the Hutterite "King" Klaus Braidl (1603–04)

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Adam W. Darlage

    La littérature polémique de la fin du XVIe siècle et du début du XVIIe siècle ne fait que commencer à être étudiée comme telle, du point de vue des stratégies rhétoriques et des tropes littéraires....

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/3031/?v=1

  17. "Re-establishing the True Worship of God": Divinity and Religious Violence in France after the Edict of Nantes

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Brian Sandberg

    Malgré que l'édit de Nantes de 1598 soit couramment considéré comme un édit de tolérance ayant mis un terme aux guerres de religions en France, de puissants discours sur Dieu ont continué de...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2871/?v=1

  18. "Ryse Up Elisa” – Woman Trapped in a Lay: Spenser's "Aprill"

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Marianne Micros

    In Edmund Spenser's "Aprill," Colin Cloute, by creating and controlling an idealized woman, has silenced the source of his own creative power. However, Colin's lay contains hints that Elisa is...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2183/?v=1

  19. "Sacred Rites" and Prayer-Book Echoes in Spenser's "Epithalamion"

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By William C. Johnson

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/1512/?v=1

  20. "Saper la mente della soa Beatitudine": Pope Paul II and the ambassadorial community in Rome (1464-71)

    13 Jun 2024 | Article | Contributor(s):

    By Paul M. Dover

    Cet article examine la pratique des ambassadeurs envoyés par les états italiens à la cour du pape Paul II (1464–71), en se concentrant en particulier sur la façon dont ils ont assumé leur rôle...

    https://hsscommons.ca/en/publications/2969/?v=1