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Renaissance studies (also Renaissance and Early Modern Studies) is the interdisciplinary study of the Renaissance and early modern period.[1][2][3] The field of study often incorporates knowledge from history, art history, literature, music, architecture, history of science, philosophy, classics, and medieval studies.

Renaissance studies programs exist at several universities, either as an independent field of study or as a subset of medieval studies, including the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at University of California, Los Angeles.

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References

  1. ^ Howard, Jean E. (1986-01-01). "The New Historicism in Renaissance Studies". English Literary Renaissance. 16 (1): 13–43. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6757.1986.tb00896.x. ISSN 0013-8312.
  2. ^ Bruster, Douglas (2001-01-01), "The New Materialism in Renaissance Studies", Material Culture and Cultural Materialisms, Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Brepols Publishers, vol. 5, pp. 225–238, doi:10.1484/m.asmar-eb.3.1366, ISBN 978-2-503-51074-3, retrieved 2020-08-05
  3. ^ Barroll, Leeds (1998-02-15). Shakespeare Studies. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press. ISBN 978-0-8386-3782-1.