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Language: English
Publisher: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies; First edition (2008)
Pages: 518 pages
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Essays and Studies 15. Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2008. 518 pp. + 8 color pls. index.

Essays and Studies 15. ISBN: 978–0–7727–2036–8.

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Over the last three decades, Najemy’s books and articles on Florentine politics and political thought have substantially revised the narratives and contours of these fields. They have also provided a framework into which he has woven innovative new threads that have emerged in Renaissance social and cultural history.

This volume reflects the breadth of interests of the honouree, John M. From front to back the articles in this collection will prove useful to virtually everyone studying any aspect of Renaissance Italy. Thomas Kuehn, Clemson University.

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This volume celebrates John M. Najemy and his contributions to the study of Florentine and Italian Renaissance history. Over the last three decades, his books and articles on Florentine politics and political thought have substantially revised the narratives and contours of these fields. They have also provided a framework into which he has woven innovative new threads that have emerged in Renaissance social and cultural history. Presented by his many students and friends, the essays aim to highlight his varied interests and to suggest where they may point for future studies of Florence and, indeed, beyond.