Armour and masculinity in the Italian Renaissance

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University of Toronto Press , Toronto
Armor in art, Armures de la Renaissance, Masculinité, Intellectual life, Histoire, Aspect social, Civilization, Masculinity, Vie intellectuelle, Renaissance Armor, Armures dans l"art, Civilisation, Hi
StatementCarolyn Springer
SeriesToronto Italian studies, Toronto Italian studies
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LC ClassificationsNK6652.A1 S67 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 241 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25017384M
ISBN 101442640553
ISBN 139781442640559
LC Control Number2010549124
OCLC/WorldCa466659581

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Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance by Carolyn Springer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4). Likewise, the premise of Springer’s Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance—that sixteenth-century anxieties about the body and masculine authority were played out in the increasingly disempowered Italian nobility’s commission of elaborate decorative and parade armor—is interesting and valuable.

Springer performs the much-needed task of bringing arms and armor research into mainstream academic discourse and thus, and while this book. Carolyn Springer. Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance.

Toronto: University of Toronto Press, xii + pp. index. illus. gloss. bibl. ISBN: –1–––9. A hybrid batwing breastplate designed by Filippo Negroli. Muscular all’antica cuirasses. A burgonet depicting a Turkish prisoner bound and imprisoned. A fascinating exposition of male self-representation, Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance explores the significance of armour in early modern Italy as.

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Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance. [Carolyn Springer] -- During the Italian Wars of towith innovations in military technology and tactics, armour began to disappear from the battlefield. Yet as field armour was retired, parade and ceremonial.

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Yet as field armour was retired, parade and ceremonial. A fascinating exposition of male self-representation, Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance explores the significance of armour in early modern Italy as Author: Carolyn Springer.

Contemporary legislation, account books, inventories, and material objects additionally feature in my analysis. The introduction of my PhD illustrates the period’s affinity for warfare. I then review the literature that discusses Renaissance masculinity, violence, dress, and arms and armour, before introducing the four principle research Author: Victoria Rae Bartels.

Carolyn Springer is the author of Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Marble W /5(4). During the Italian Wars of towith innovations in military technology and tactics, armour began to disappear from the battlefield.

Yet as field armour was retired, parade and ceremonial armour grew increasingly flamboyant. Displaced from its utilitarian function of defense but retained for symbolic uses, armour evolved in a new direction as a medium of artistic expression.

Speaking today, at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America in Boston, Bartels will show for the first time how these letters shine a light on the ways in which Renaissance men used weapons and armour in their daily lives to promote a masculine image – and how entrenched the notion of honour was in early modern society.

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Education Ph.D., Italian Language and Literature, with Distinction, Yale University. Swanson’s essay on clerical masculinity is notable since the field of studies on religion and masculinity is still relatively small. The book is suitable for students and scholars alike.

Hendrix, Scott H., and Susan C. Karant-Nunn, eds. Masculinity in the Reformation Era. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, E-mail Citation». SPRINGER, Carolyn: Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance.

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_____, Power and Dependence in Renaissance Florence, Tp the working classes. A suit of the king’s armor, boasting a bulbous codpiece weighing more than two and a half pounds, is still on display at the Tower; women used to. Her latest book, Armour and Masculinity in the Italian Renaissance, appeared in with University of Toronto Press (reprinted in paperback, ).

Academic Appointments Emeritus Faculty, Acad Council, French and Italian. The Manly Masquerade unravels the complex ways men were defined as men in Renaissance Italy through readings of a vast array of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century evidence: medical and travel literature; theology; law; myth; conduct books; and plays, chivalric romances, and novellas by authors including Machiavelli, Tasso, and Ariosto.

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In addition to military campaigns, Süleyman. The relationship between medieval animal symbolism and the iconography of animals in the Renaissance has scarcely been studied. Filling a gap in this significant field of Renaissance culture, in general, and its art, in particular, this book demonstrates the continuity and tenacity of medieval animal interpretations and symbolism, disguised under the veil of genre, religious or mythological.

Jousting armor of Charles V. Attributed to Kolman Helmschmid (/71 – ) Armor for Field and Tilt Etched Steel Italian about CE. A full suit of Italian plate armour circa Renaissance armor was not just a means of protection, but also a work of art.

Some armor, like the suit shown here, had simple borders cut into the metal.The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Speaking Spirits: Ventriloquizing the Dead in Renaissance Italy by Sherry Roush at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.The Manly Masquerade unravels the complex ways men were defined as men in Renaissance Italy through readings of a vast array of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century evidence: medical and travel literature; theology; law; myth; conduct books; and plays, chivalric romances, and novellas by authors including Machiavelli, Tasso, and Ariosto.