History 8202-01 Dr. R. Emmet McLaughlin Renaissance Europe Spring 2001


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Assignments in italics are additional readings for class reports.

[Charles G. Nauert, Jr. “The Clash of Humanists and Scholastics: An Approach to Pre-Reformation Controversies,” Sixteenth Century Journal 4(1973) pp. 1-18]

5) Monday February 12: Norbert Elias, The Civilizing Process: The History of Manners (all); The Civilizing Process: State Formation and Civilization Part I, “Introduction” and Part II, “Synopsis,” chaps. I-VII (but not VIII “Conclusion.”)



Assignments in italics are additional readings for class reports.

[Dilwyn Knox, “Disciplina: The Monastic and Clerical Origins of European Civility,” in J. Monfasani and R. Musto (eds.), Renaissance Society and Culture (New York 1991) pp. 107-35]

6) Monday February 19: Hans Baron, Crisis of the Early Italian Renaissance “Introduction,” chaps. 1-3, 5-6, 14, 16, 18, and epilogue.



Assignments in italics are additional readings for class reports.

[Jerrold E. Seigel, “’Civic Humanism’ or Ciceronian Rhetoric? The Culture of Petrarch and Bruni,” Past and Present 34(1966) 3-46; Hans Baron, “Leonardo Bruni: ‘Professional Rhetorician’ or ‘Civic Humanist’?” Past and Present 36(1967) pp. 21-7]
7) Monday February 26: Richard Trexler, Public Life in Renaissance Florence (selections to be determined)



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