Warwick Studies in Renaissance Thought and Culture





This series explores the cultural forms, intellectual and religious traditions, and institutions of learning that shaped the Renaissance world, 1300–1700, always aiming for an interdisciplinary and, where possible and relevant, comparative and/or global approach. Potential topics include the histories and interactions of art, language(s), literature, music, philosophy, science and medicine, and religion. It publishes studies that present and sustain fresh views and categories: those, for instance, that recognize the co-existence in the period of Latin and the vernacular; that examine the relationship between Classical and Christian traditions; that evaluate the potential connections between social, cultural, and intellectual history; or that challenge established chronological boundaries.

Method of peer review

Double-blind undertaken by a specialist member of the Board or an external specialist.

Publishing Manager

Guy Carney Guy.Carney@brepols.net


Fields of interest

History, Art, Language(s), Literature, Music, Philosophy, Science and Medicine, and Religion

Series Editors

David Lines, Paul Botley,

Ingrid De Smet, University of Warwick



Editorial Board
Joanne Anderson, Aberdeen University
Warren Boutcher, Queen Mary University
Sheldon Brammall, University of Birmingham
Philippe Canguilhem, CESR, Tours
Alessio Cotugno, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice
Simon Gilson, University of Oxford
Anthony Grafton, Princeton University
Earle Havens, Johns Hopkins University
Chiara Lastraioli, CESR, Tours
Sara Miglietti, Warburg Institute, University of London
Vivian Nutton, UCL, emeritus
Lawrence Principe, Johns Hopkins University
Eugenio Refini, New York University
Mara Wade, University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign


New Book Series


Produced under the auspices of the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick, this series welcomes proposals for monographs and thematically coherent essay collections, not text editions. Although the main language of publication is English, essay collections may also include essays in other western languages.
Questions or potential submissions can be directed to
Guy Carney (Publishing Manager, Guy.Carney@brepols.net) and/or David Lines (D.A.Lines@warwick.ac.uk).


Author Information

Brepols Publishers’ general guidelines in English and a proposal formforauthorsandeditorsareavailableat: http://www.brepols.net/Pages/Getfile.aspx?dlfi=88

All volumes in this series are evaluated by an Editorial Board, strictly on academic grounds, based on reports prepared by referees who have been commissioned by virtue of their specialism in the appropriate field. The Board ensures that the screening is done independently and without conflicts of interest. The definitive texts suppliedbyauthorsarealsosubjecttoreviewbytheBoard before beingapprovedforpublication.

Why Publish with Brepols ?

  • Authors work closely with and benefit from the expertiseof theEditorialBoard.
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  • Continuity of care – authors work with the same publishing managerthroughoutthepublication process.
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