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Villa I Tatti Series

HEB is pleased to be making the Villa I Tatti series available in collaboration with Harvard University Press and The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies. The Villa I Tatti program is dedicated to advanced research in all aspects of the Italian Renaissance. Since its inception in 1961, I Tatti has welcomed over 1000 Fellows working in the fields of Italian Renaissance art, history, literature and music. The resulting work encompasses some of the most significant scholarship on the Italian Renaissance published over the last decades; below is a list of these works currently featured as part of HEB’s online collection.

The titles in this series are designated by their series logo. 

AuthorTitleDate
Azzolini, MonicaThe Duke and the Stars: Astrology and Politics in Renaissance Milan2013
Baker, Nicholas S.The Fruit of Liberty: Political Culture in the Florentine Renaissance, 1480-15502013
Bowd, Stephen D.Venice's Most Loyal City: Civic Identity in Renaissance Brescia2010
Brown, AlisonThe Return of Lucretius to Renaissance Florence2010
Carter, Tim, and Richard A. GoldthwaiteOrpheus in the Marketplace: Jacopo Peri and the Economy of Late Renaissance Florence2013
Dempsey, CharlesThe Early Renaissance and Vernacular Culture2012
Dooley, BrendanA Mattress Maker's Daughter: The Renaissance Romance of Don Giovanni de’ Medici and Livia Vernazza2014
Gardner, JulianGiotto and His Publics: Three Paradigms of Patronage2011
Ianziti, GaryWriting History in Renaissance Italy: Leonardo Bruni and the Uses of the Past2012
Jurdjevic, MarkA Great and Wretched City: Promise and Failure in Machiavelli's Florentine Political Thought2014
Kent, DaleFriendship, Love, and Trust in Renaissance Florence2009
McCahill, ElizabethReviving the Eternal City: Rome and the Papal Court, 1420-14472013
Michelson, EmilyThe Pulpit and the Press in Reformation Italy2013
Muir, EdwardThe Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and Opera2007
Murry, GregoryThe Medicean Succession: Monarchy and Sacral Politics in Duke Cosimo dei Medici's Florence2014
Nauta, LodiIn Defense of Common Sense: Lorenzo Valla's Humanist Critique of Scholastic Philosophy2009
Roberts, SeaniPrinting a Mediterranean World: Florence, Constantinople, and the Renaissance of Geography2013
Terpstra, NicholasCultures of Charity: Women, Politics, and the Reform of Poor Relief in Renaissance Italy2013