Approaching the Italian Renaissance Interior: Sources, Methodologies, Debates
October 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
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This collection provides a genuinely fresh outlook on the Italian interior and will form a rich resource for scholars and students of the Renaissance.
- Brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars, combining innovative approaches, case studies, and methodological critiques
- Expands the discourse on the Renaissance home, ultimately challenging traditional notions of public and private, interior and exterior, ideals and reality
- Examines under-studied spaces of the interior, such as baths and chapels, and offers new insights into more familiar topics such as identity, status, and family memory
- Includes a wide range of primary sources from visual and material evidence to archival documents