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Edited by K.A.E. Enenkel, Münster University
Edited by Karl A.E. Enenkel and Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer
This book deals with political propoganda in classical antiquity, exploring the contexts, strategies, and parameters of a fascinating phenomenon that has often been approached with anachronistic models or completely ignored. It offers case studies on the archaic period, classical Athens, the ...
De vita solitaria stellt die erste wichtige Auseinandersetzung des Humanismus mit dem vita activa- vita contemplativa-Problem dar. Der Text des Werkes (Buch 1) wird zum erstenmal in einer kritischen Ausgabe, versehen mit Quellenapparat und Index nominum, angeboten. In einem ausführlichen ...
Edited by Maria Berbara and Karl A.E. Enenkel
This volume focuses on the interdisciplinary investigation of Portuguese humanism, especially as a noteworthy player in the international network of early modern scholarship, literature and visual arts.
Edited by Celeste Brusati, Karl Enenkel and Walter Melion
This book examines scriptural authority and its textual and visual instruments, asking how words and images interacted to represent and by representing to constitute authority, both sacred and secular, in Northern Europe between 1400 and 1700.
Edited by Peter Edwards, Karl Enenkel, and Elspeth Graham
In spite of the importance of horses to Western society until comparatively recent times, scholars have paid very little attention to them. This volume helps to redress the balance, emphasizing their iconic appeal as well as their utilitarian functions.
edited by Karl A.E. Enenkel and Walter Melion
The late medieval and early modern period is a particularly interesting chapter in the development of meditation and self-reflection. The volume aims at examining its forms, functions and strategies, from a variety of disciplines, including literary criticism, art history, history of ...
Edited by Jan Frans van Dijkhuizen and Karl A.E. Enenkel
The early modern period is a particularly fascinating chapter in the history of pain. This volume investigates early modern constructions of physical pain from a variety of disciplines, including religious, legal and medical history, literary criticism, philosophy, and art history.
Edited by Paul J. Smith and Karl A.E. Enenkel
This volume studies the Netherlandish presence in Montaigne’s Essays, represented by Erasmus and Lipsius. It also deals with Montaigne’s translations and editions in the Dutch Golden Age, and his readership: Scaliger, Hooft, Cats, the painter Pieter van Veen and many others.
Edited by Karl A.E. Enenkel and Paul J. Smith
In this volume, specialists from various disciplines (Neo-Latin, French, German, Dutch, History, History of Science, Art History) explore the fascinating early modern discourses on animals in science, literature and the visual arts.
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