The Art and Language of Power in Renaissance Florence

Essays for Alison Brown

Camilla Russell (Editor), Carolyn James (Editor), Amy Bloch (Editor)

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Abstract

The essays in this volume focus on Renaissance Florence from the perspective of politics and political thought, family life, art, philosophy, law and humanism. In providing a portrait of Renaissance studies today as a dynamic field influenced in myriad ways by Alison Brown's insights and methods, the volume is a tribute to the far-reaching influence of her scholarship.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Art and language of Power in Renaissance Florence
Subtitle of host publicationEssays for Alison Brown
EditorsKonrad Eisenbichler
Place of PublicationToronto
PublisherCentre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
Volume42
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)2019007695X
ISBN (Print)9780772756596
Publication statusPublished - May 2019

Publication series

NamePublications of the Centre of Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Essays and Studies
PublisherCMRS
Number42

Keywords

  • Renaissance Florence
  • Alison Brown

Cite this

Russell, C., James, C., & Bloch, A. (Eds.) (2019). The Art and Language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown. In K. Eisenbichler (Ed.), The Art and language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown (1 ed., Vol. 42). (Publications of the Centre of Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Essays and Studies; No. 42). Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies.
Russell, Camilla (Editor) ; James, Carolyn (Editor) ; Bloch, Amy (Editor). / The Art and Language of Power in Renaissance Florence : Essays for Alison Brown. The Art and language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown. editor / Konrad Eisenbichler. Vol. 42 1. ed. Toronto : Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2019. (Publications of the Centre of Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Essays and Studies; 42).
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Russell, C, James, C & Bloch, A (eds) 2019, The Art and Language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown. in K Eisenbichler (ed.), The Art and language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown. 1 edn, vol. 42, Publications of the Centre of Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Essays and Studies, no. 42, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Toronto.

The Art and Language of Power in Renaissance Florence : Essays for Alison Brown. / Russell, Camilla (Editor); James, Carolyn (Editor); Bloch, Amy (Editor).

The Art and language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown. ed. / Konrad Eisenbichler. Vol. 42 1. ed. Toronto : Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2019. (Publications of the Centre of Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Essays and Studies; No. 42).

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Russell C, (ed.), James C, (ed.), Bloch A, (ed.). The Art and Language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown. In Eisenbichler K, editor, The Art and language of Power in Renaissance Florence: Essays for Alison Brown. 1 ed. Vol. 42. Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies. 2019. (Publications of the Centre of Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Essays and Studies; 42).