From the Editors of the Journal of the Northern Rensissance:
JOURNAL OF THE NORTHERN RENAISSANCE 2.1 (Spring 2010)
MEMORY AND THE NORTHERN RENAISSANCE
We are delighted to announce the publication of the Spring 2010 issue of the online, interdisciplinary Journal of the Northern Renaissance, dedicated to the theme of memory. You can view the journal at www.northernrenaissance.org.
Issue 2.1 Contents
❖ Editorial: Imagining the Past, Remembering the Future
❖ Andrew Bairhum. Giovanni Ferrerio and the ‘Lighter Style of Painting’
❖ Remembering Aemilia Lanyer
❖ ‘A memorie nouriched by images’: Reforming the Art of Memory in William Fowler’s Tarantula of Love
❖ The Spectral Historiopoetics of the Mirror for Magistrates
❖ Re(-)Membering Women: Protestant Women’s Victim Testimonies during the Irish Rising of 1641
❖ ‘A good Booke is the pretious life-blood of a master-spirit’: Recollecting Relics in Post-Reformation English Writing
❖ ‘[R]emember, with advantages’: Creating Memory in Shakespeare’s Henry V
❖ ‘With such a Wife ’tis heaven on earth to dwell’: Memorialising Early Modern Englishwomen
❖ Review Article: The New Globalism’s Bubble
JNR also publishes book reviews on a rolling basis, so do check the site regularly. We are also inviting submissions for issue 3 of the journal. The deadline for submissions is 31 August 2010. You can find the Call for Papers on any aspect of the Northern Renaissance at our homepage, www.northernrenaissance.org.