Early Modern Communities Bibliography

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Atkinson, Niall. “They Rang the Bells at the Wrong Time.” Interview by Rosenthal, David and Nevola, Fabrizio, 2011. http://earlymoderncommunities.com/home/interviews-2/niall-atkinson/.

Bell, Dean Phillip. Jews in the early modern world. Rowman & Littlefield, 2008.

Bell, Dean Phillip. Jewish identity in early modern Germany: memory, power and community. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007.

Bell, Dean Phillip. Sacred communities: Jewish and Christian Identities in fifteenth-century Germany. Brill, 2001.

Bell, Dean Phillip. “Jewish Communities in Central Europe in the Sixteenth Century.” In Defining community in early modern Europe, edited by Michaël Halvorson and Karen E. Spierling, 143-62. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008.

Bell, Dean Phillip. “In a Certain Sense we got out the Ghetto.” Interview by Rosenthal, David, 2011. http://earlymoderncommunities.com/home/interviews-2/dean-bell-in-a-certain-sense-we-got-out-of-the-ghetto/.

Berkovitz, Jay R. Rites and passages: the beginnings of modern Jewish culture in France, 1650-1860. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.

Bernstein, Hilary. Between crown and community: politics and civic culture in sixteenth-century Poitiers. Cornell University Press, 2004.

Broomhall, Susan, and Stephanie Tarbin, eds. Women, identities and communities in early modern Europe. Ashgate, 2008.

Brown, James. “Drinking Houses and the Politics of Surveillance in Pre-Industrial Southampton.” In Political space in pre-industrial Europe, edited by Beat A. Kümin, 61-80. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009.

Burke, J. “Visualizing Neighborhood in Renaissance Florence.” Journal of Urban History 32, no. 5 (2006): 693.

Burke, Peter. Languages and communities in early modern Europe. Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Burke, Peter. Popular culture in early modern Europe. 3rd ed. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009.

Casey, James. Family and community in early modern Spain: the citizens of Granada, 1570-1739. Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Certeau, Michel de. The Practice of Everyday Life. University of California Press, 1984.

Cesarani, David, ed. Port Jews: Jewish communities in cosmopolitan maritime trading centres, 1550-1950. Routledge, 2002.

Capp, Bernard. When Gossips Meet: Women, Family, and Neighbourhood in Early Modern England. Oxford University Press, 2004.

Cesarani, David, and Romain, Gemma, ed. Jews and Port Cities, 1590–1990: Commerce, Community and Cosmopolitanism. Special issue of “Jewish Culture and History”, 7 (1-2), 2004.

Chojnacka, Monica. Working women of early modern Venice. JHU Press, 2001.

Classen, Albrecht, ed. Urban Space in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age. Walter de Gruyter, 2009.

Cohen, Elizabeth Storr, and Thomas Vance Cohen. Daily life in Renaissance Italy. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2001.

Cohen, Thomas V., and Elizabeth S. Cohen. “Community is Linked by Sacrifice.” Interview by Rosenthal, David and Nevola, Fabrizio, 2011. http://earlymoderncommunities.com/home/interviews-2/elizabeth-and-tom-cohen-interview/

Cohen, Thomas V. “Communal Tbought, Communal Words and Communal Rites in a Sixteenth Century Village Rebellion.” In Sociability and Its Discontents: Civil Society, Social Capital, and Their Alternatives in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, edited by Nicholas A Eckstein and Nicholas Terpstra, 23-50. Turnhout: Brepols, 2009.

Cohen, Thomas Vance. Love & death in Renaissance Italy. University of Chicago Press, 2004.

Cohen, Thomas Vance and Laitinen, Riitta, eds. Cultural history of early modern European streets. BRILL, 2009.

Cohen, Elizabeth, and Thomas V. Cohen. “Postscript: charismatic things and social transactions in Renaissance Italy.” Edited by Nevola, Fabrizio. Urban History: Special Issue: Locating Communities in the Early Modern Italian City 37, no. 3 (2010).

Cohen, Elizabeth. “Evolving the History of Women in Early Modern Italy: Subordination and Agency.” In Spain in Italy, edited by Thomas James Dandelet and John A. Marino, 325-54. Brill, 2007.

Cohen, Elizabeth. “To Pray, To Work, To Hear, To Speak: Women in Roman Streets c. 1600.” Journal of Early Modern History 12 (September 2008): 289-311.

Coster, Will, and Andrew Spicer, eds. Sacred space in early modern Europe. Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Cowan, Alexander, and Jill Steward, eds. The city and the senses: urban culture since 1500. Ashgate, 2007.

Cowan, Alexander. “Gossip and Street Culture in Early Modern Venice.” In Cultural history of early modern European streets, edited by Riitta Laitinen and Thomas Vance Cohen. Brill, 2009.

Crum, Roger J., and John T. Paoletti, eds. Renaissance Florence: a social history. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Davis, Robert Charles, and Benjamin C. I. Ravid, eds. The Jews of early modern Venice. JHU Press, 2001.

Duncan, Derek. “Margins and minorities: Contemporary concerns?” In At the margins: minority groups in premodern Italy, edited by Stephen J. Milner, 21-35. U of Minnesota Press, 2005.

Dunning, Alastair, Gregory, Ian, and Hardie, Andrew. “Freeing up digital content with text mining: new research means new licences.” Serials 22, no. 2 (2009): 166-73.

Dursteler, Eric. Renegade Women: Gender, Identity, and Boundaries in the Early Modern Mediterranean. JHU Press, 2011.

———. Venetians in Constantinople: nation, identity, and coexistence in the early modern Mediterranean. JHU Press, 2006.

Eckstein, Nicholas A, and Nicholas Terpstra, eds. Sociability and its discontents: Civil society, social capital, and their alternatives in late medieval and early modern Europe. Brepols, 2009.

Flather, Amanda, and Royal Historical Society (Great Britain). Gender and space in early modern England. Boydell & Brewer, 2007.

Franklin-Harkrider, Melissa. Women, reform and community in early modern England: Katherine Willoughby, Duchess of Suffolk, and Lincolnshire's godly aristocracy, 1519-1580. Boydell, 2008.

Goldgar, Anne, and Robert I. Frost, eds. Institutional culture in early modern society. Brill, 2004.

Gowing, Laura. “Giving Birth at the Magistrate’s Gate: Single Mothers in the Early Modern City.” In Women, identities and communities in early modern Europe, edited by Susan Broomhall and Stephanie Tarbin, 137-52. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008.

Gowing, Laura. “‘The Freedom of the Streets’: Women and Social Space, 1560-1640.” In Londinopolis: essays in the cultural and social history of early modern London, edited by Mark S. R. Jenner and Paul Griffiths, 130-53. Manchester University Press ND, 2000.

Graizbord, David, and Stuczynski, Claude. “Introduction.” Jewish History, ‘Special Issue on Portuguese New Christian Identities, 1516-1700’, 25, no. 2 (2011): 121-7.

Greene, David B. The imagining of community in European art and architecture, 1140 - 1617: envisioning transcendence of, authority in, and foundations for community. Lewiston [u.a.]: Mellen, 2010.

Gregory, Ian. “GIS can Reframe your Questions.” Interview by Rosenthal, David, 2011. http://earlymoderncommunities.com/home/interviews-2/ian-gregory-gis-can-reframe-your-questions

Gregory, Ian, and Paul S. Ell. Historical GIS: technologies, methodologies and scholarship. Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Hailwood, Mark. “Alehouses, Popular Politics and Plebeian Agency in Early Modern England.” In Locating agency: space, power and popular politics, edited by Fiona Williamson, 51-76. Cambridge Scholars, 2010.

Halvorson, Michaël, and Karen E. Spierling, eds. Defining community in early modern Europe. Ashgate, 2008.

Horodowich, Elizabeth. “The gossiping tongue: oral networks, public life and political culture in early modern Venice.” Renaissance Studies 19, no. 1 (February 1, 2005): 22-45.

Horodowich, Elizabeth. Language and Statecraft in Early Modern Venice. New York, N. Y.; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Howe, Nicholas, ed. Ceremonial culture in pre-modern Europe. University of Notre Dame, 2007.

Howe, Nicholas George, ed. Visions of community in the pre-modern world. University of Notre Dame Press, 2002.

Kent, Dale V. Cosimo de’ Medici and the Florentine Renaissance: the patron’s oeuvre. Yale University Press, 2000.

Jenner, Mark S. R. “Follow Your Nose? Smell, Smelling, and Their Histories.” The American Historical Review 116, no. 2 (April 1, 2011): 335-351.

Kümin, Beat. Drinking matters: public houses and social exchange in early modern Central Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

Kümin, Beat A. Political space in pre-industrial Europe. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009.

Lefebvre, Henri. The production of space. Blackwell, 2005.

Humphrey, Chris. The Politics of Carnival: Festive Misrule in Medieval England. Photographic memories. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2001.

Kaplan, Benjamin J. Divided by Faith: Religious Conflict and the Practice of Toleration in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge, Mass. ; London: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2007.

Keene, Derek, Balazs Nagy, and Katalina Szende, eds. Segregation, Integration, Assimilation: Religious and Ethnic Groups in the Medieval Towns of Central and Eastern Europe. Historical urban studi. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009

Luria, Keith P. Sacred boundaries: religious coexistence and conflict in early-modern France. CUA Press, 2005.

Lynch, Katherine A. Individuals, families, and communities in Europe, 1200-1800: the urban foundations of western society. Cambridge University Press, 2003.

McLean, Paul Douglas. The art of the network: strategic interaction and patronage in Renaissance Florence. Duke University Press, 2007.

Miller, Jaroslav. Urban Societies in East-Central Europe: 1500-1700. Historical urban studies series. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.

Milner, Stephen J., ed. At the margins: minority groups in premodern Italy. University of Minnesota Press, 2005.

Milner, Stephen J. “The Florentine Piazza della Signoria as Practiced Place.” In Renaissance Florence: a social history, edited by Roger J. Crum and John T. Paoletti, 83-103. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Molho, Anthony, ed. Finding Europe: discourses on margins, communities, images ca. 13th - ca. 18th centuries. Berghahn Books, 2007.

Muldrew, Craig. The economy of obligation: the culture of credit and social relations in early modern England. Macmillan, 1998

Muir, Edward. Civic Ritual in Renaissance Venice. Princeton University Press, 1981.

———. Ritual in early modern Europe. 2nd ed. Cambridge University Press, 2005.

———. “The Idea of Community in Renaissance Italy.” Renaissance Quarterly 55, no. 1 (2002): 1-18.

Muir, Edward. “In ‘Some’ Neighbours We Trust: On the Exclusion of Women from the Public in Renaissance Italy.” In Florence and beyond: culture, society and politics in Renaissance Italy: essays in honour of John M. Najemy, edited by Daniel Ethan Bornstein and David Spencer Peterson, 271-90. Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2008.

Muir, Edward. “The Sources of Civil Society in Italy.” The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 29, no. 3 (January 1, 1999): 379-406.

Muir, Edward. “‘Why Didn’t the Dog Bark in Buia’.” Interview by Rosenthal, David and Nevola, Fabrizio, 2011. http://earlymoderncommunities.com/home/interviews-2/edward-muir/.

Najemy, John M. “Florentine Politics and Urban Spaces.” In Renaissance Florence: a social history, edited by Roger J. Crum and John T. Paoletti, 19-54. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Nevola, Fabrizio, ed. Locating Communities in the Early Modern Italian City: Urban History. Vol. 37, 2010.

Parker, Charles H., and Jerry H. Bentley, eds. Between the Middle Ages and modernity: individual and community in the early modern world. Rowman & Littlefield, 2007.

Pettegree, A. “A Provincial News Community in Sixteenth Century Europe.” In Public opinion and changing identities in the early modern Netherlands: essays in honour of Alastair Duke, edited by Judith Pollmann and Andrew Spicer, 33-48. Brill, 2007.

Putnam, Robert D., Robert Leonardi, and Raffaella Nanetti. Making democracy work: civic traditions in modern Italy. Princeton University Press, 1994.

Questier, Michael C. Catholicism and community in early modern England: politics, aristocratic patronage and religion, c. 1550-1640. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Rappaport, Steven. Worlds within worlds: the structures of life in sixteenth-century London. Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Rosenthal, D. “Big Piero, the Empire of the Meadow, and the Parish of Santa Lucia.” Journal of Urban History 32, no. 5 (2006): 677.

Rosenthal, D. “‘Every sort of manual type, and mostly foreigners’: migrants, brothers and festive kings in early modern Florence.” Urban History 37, no. 3 (2010): 360–371.

Ruderman, David B. “Jewish Cultural History in Early Modern Europe: An Agenda for Future Study.” In Rethinking European Jewish History, edited by Jeremy Cohen and Murray Jay Rosman, 95-111. Oxford: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2009.

Ruderman, David B. Early modern Jewry: a new cultural history. Princeton University Press, 2010.

Ruderman, David B. “The Ghetto and Jewish Cultural Formation in Early Modern Europe: Towards a New Interpretation.” In Jewish literatures and cultures: context and intertext, edited by Anita Norich and Yaron Z. Eliav, 117-28. Society of Biblical Lit, 2008.

Salzberg, Rosa. “In the Mouth of Charlatans: Street Performers and the Dissemination of Pamphlets in Renaissance Italy.” Renaissance Studies 24, no. 5 (2010): 638-53.

———. “‘Per le piaze & sopra il ponte’: Reconstructing the Geography of Popular Print in Early Sixteenth-Century Venice.” In Geographies of the Book, edited by Miles Ogborn and Charles W. J. Withers, 111-33. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2010.

———. “Selling Stories and Many Other Things In and Through the City: Peddling Print in Sixteenth-Century Florence and Venice.” Sixteenth-Century Journal (forthcoming 2011).

Salzberg, Rosa. “Print Saturated the Lives of Ordinary People.” Interview by Rosenthal, David, 2011. http://earlymoderncommunities.com/home/interviews-2/rosa-salzberg-print-saturated-the-lives-of-ordinary-people-even-if-they-couldnt-read/.

Salzberg, Rosa, and Rospocher, Massimo. “An Evanescent Public Sphere: Voices, Spaces, and Publics in Venice during the Italian Wars.” In Beyond the Public Sphere: Opinions, Publics, Spaces in Early Modern Europe (XVI-XVIII), edited by Rospocher, Massimo. Il Mulino, 2012.

Shepard, Alexandra, and Phil Withington, eds. Communities in early modern England: networks, place, rhetoric. Manchester University Press, 2000.

Selwood, Jacob. Diversity and difference in early modern London. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2010.

Siegmund, Stefanie Beth. The Medici state and the ghetto of Florence: the construction of an early modern Jewish community. Stanford University Press, 2006.

Stow, Kenneth R. Theater of acculturation: the Roman ghetto in the sixteenth century. University of Washington Press, 2001.

Stow, Kenneth R. Jewish life in early modern Rome: challenge, conversion, and private life. Ashgate/Variorum, 2007.

Stow, Kenneth R. “Stigma, Acceptance and the end of Liminality: Jews and Christians in Early Modern Itay.” In At the margins: minority groups in premodern Italy, edited by Stephen J. Milner, 71-92. U of Minnesota Press, 2005.

Strocchia, Sharon T. “The nun apothecaries of Renaissance Florence: marketing medicines in the convent.” Renaissance Studies 25, no. 5 (November 1, 2011): 627-647.

Strocchia, Sharon T. Nuns and nunneries in Renaissance Florence. JHU Press, 2009.

Strocchia, Sharon T. “Sisters in spirit : the nuns of Sant’Ambrogio and their consorority in early sixteenth-century Florence.” The sixteenth century journal : the journal of early modern studies 33 (2002): 735-767.

Strocchia, Sharon T. “Theaters of Everyday Life.” In Renaissance Florence: a social history, edited by Roger J. Crum and John T. Paoletti, 55-82. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Strocchia, Sharon T, and Terpstra, Nicholas. “There are Always Cracks in the Wall.” Interview by Rosenthal, David and Nevola, Fabrizio, 2011. http://earlymoderncommunities.com/home/interviews-2/sharon-strocchia-and-nicholas-terpstra-there-are-always-cracks-in-the-wall/.

Strocchia, Sharon T. “Taken into custody: girls and convent guardianship in Renaissance Florence.” Renaissance Studies 17, no. 2 (2003): 177-200.

Sutcliffe, Adam. “The Boundaries of Community: Urban Space and Intercultural Interaction in Early Modern, Sephardi Amsterdam and London.” In The Dutch intersection: the Jews and the Netherlands in modern history, edited by Yosef Kaplan, 19-32. Brill, 2008.

Sutcliffe, Adam. “Identity, Space and Intercultural Contact in the Urban Entrepôt: The Sephardic Bounding of Community in Early Modern Amsterdam and London.” Jewish Culture and History 7, no. 1-2 (2004): 91-108.

Terpstra, Nicholas. Abandoned Children of the Italian Renaissance: Orphan Care in Florence and Bologna. The Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science 123rd ser., 4. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005.

———. Lay Confraternities and Civic Religion in Renaissance Bologna. Cambridge University Press, 1995.

———. Lost Girls: Sex and Death in Renaissance Florence. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.

Terpstra, Nicholas, ed. The Politics of Ritual Kinship: Confraternities and Social Order in Early Modern Italy. Cambridge University, 2000.

Trexler, Richard C. Public Life in Renaissance Florence. Studies in social discontinui. Academic Press, 1980.

Vivo, Filippo de. Information and communication in Venice: rethinking early modern politics. Oxford University Press, 2007.

Ward, Joseph P. Metropolitan communities: trade guilds, identity, and change in early modern London. Stanford University Press, 1997.

Wheeler, Joseph. “Stench in sixteenth-century Venice.” In The city and the senses: urban culture since 1500, edited by Alexander Cowan and Jill Steward, 25-38. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007.

Wheeler, Joseph. “Neighbourhoods and Local Loyalties in Renaissance Venice.” In Mediterranean urban culture, 1400-1700, edited by Alexander Cowan. University of Exeter Press, 2000.

Whitford, David M. Reformation and Early Modern Europe: A Guide to Research. Truman State Univ Press, 2008.

Williamson, Fiona, ed. Locating agency: space, power and popular politics. Cambridge Scholars, 2010.