I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance

Villa I Tatti – The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies

Frequency: 2 issues/year; ISSN: 0393-5949; E-ISSN: 2037-6731
Editor: Jane C. Tylus


I Tatti Studies has a long and distinguished history as a premiere journal dedicated to seminal scholarship in the Italian Renaissance. With a new editor and publisher the journal continues to offer an array of exciting articles on topics such as gender and Rome, Renaissance streets, art and material culture, and the emergence of the vernacular, along with reflections by senior scholars on the state of their fields in social history, gender studies, art history, and theatre.  Future issues will include articles by Ann Rosalind Jones, Carlo Vecce, Stefano Carrai, Gur Zak, and other leading early modern scholars; ground-breaking  articles on Islam and the Mediterranean world ; essays on Vasari and Piero della Francesca; and “state-of-the-field” ruminations by Eileen Reeves and Andrew dell’Antonio.


Individual submissions to I Tatti Studies are encouraged as well as ideas for themed issues. (Contributors do not need to have had any prior association with the Villa I Tatti.) The editorial board is also open to other formats (reviews of exhibits, interviews, conversations) especially for its online site.  The journal publishes in color as well as black-and-white.  For any questions about I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance, please contact the General Editor.