In Laudem Caroli: Renaissance and Reformation Studies for Charles G. Nauert

James V. Mehl, ed.

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The Renaissance and Reformation topics of the sixteenth century collected for this volume reflect many of Nauert’s scholarly and academic interests. (SCE&S 49)

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Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies, Vol. 49

This volume is a Festschrift of essays from students and colleagues of Charles G. Nauert on the occasion of his retirement from the University of Missouri-Columbia. The Renaissance and Reformation topics of the sixteenth century collected for this volume reflect many of Nauert’s scholarly and academic interests.

 

Contents

The Adages of Paolo Manuzio: Erasmus and the Roman Censors
Paul F. Grendler
The Eclectic Style in Theory and Practice in Angelo Poliziano’s Ep. VIII.16
Keith A. Shafer
Professional Friendships among Humanists: Collaboration or Conspiracy?
Erika Rummel
From Outsiders to Insiders: Some Reflections on the Development of a Group Identity of the German Humanists between 1450 and 1530
Eckhard Bernstein
Hermann von dem Busche’s Poem in Honor of Erasmus’ Arrival in Cologne in 1516
James V. Mehl
“Start Spreading the News”: Martin Luther’s First Published Song
Paul F. Casey
Charles V as Triumphator
Bonner Mitchell
Marguerite de Navarre and Erasmus: Wives’ Tales Retold
Paula Sommers
Rabelais’s Panurge as homo rhetoricus
Barbara C. Bowen
Humanism and Church Reform in France: The Role of Parisian-Trained Provincial College Masters before 1562
Gwendolyn Blotevogel
Investigation of a Renaissance-Humanist Curriculum at the Academy of Saumur
Janet Glenn Gray
“Not for Matters of Treason, but for Love Matters”: Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox and Tudor Marriage Law
Kim Schutte
“For I Am Welsh, You Know”: Henry V, Fluellen, and the Place of Wales in the Sixteenth-Century English Nation
Robert S. Babcock
Humanist Treatments of Battle Accounts during the Renaissance
Guy Wilson
Two Spiritual Directors of Women in the Sixteenth Century: St. Ignatius Loyola and St. Teresa of Avila
Jill Raitt

Authors

James V. Mehl is professor of humanities at Missouri Western State College. He received his B.S. from St. Louis University (1963) and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia (1965, 1975), where Charles Nauert was his dissertation advisor. After teaching in the Department of History at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas (1969–72), he joined the Department of Communication Studies/Theatre/Humanities at Missouri Western State College. His is also currently chairperson of that department.

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