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VG-(Slight edgewear. ) Cream and green & illus. wraps, 283 pp., some BW illus. Series: Medieval Cultures, 39. A collection of 13 academic papers on the subject: Identity and the margins of Italian Renaissance culture / Stephen J. Milner--Margins and minorities: contemporary concerns? / Derek Duncan--Decentering the Italian Renaissance: the challenge of postmodernism / Peter Burke--The ambivalence of policing sexual margins: sodomy and sodomites in Florence / Michael Rocke--Stigma, acceptance, and the end to liminality: Jews and Christians in early modern Italy / Kenneth R. Stow--Cast out and shut in: the experience of nuns in counter-reformation Venice / Mary Laven--From Putte to Puttane: female foundlings and charitable institutions in northern Italy, 1530-1630 / Phlip Gavitt--Les livres des Florentines: reconsidering women's literacy in quattrocentro Florence / Judith Bryce--Exile, rhetoric, and the limits of civic republican discourse / Stephen J. Milner--Dominican marginalia: the late fifteenth-century printing press of San Jacopo di Ripoli in Florence / Anabel Thomas--Slaves in Italy, 1350-1550 / Steven A. Epstein--The marginality of mountaineers in Renaissance Florence / Samuel K. Cohn--Vecchi, poveri, e impotenti: the elderly in Renaissance Venice / Dennis Romano.
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