Hans Baron/Bibliography

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A list of key readings about Hans Baron.
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Works Authored by Baron

Calvin Staatsanschauung und das konfessionalle Zeitalter (Berlin; Munich: R. Oldenbourg, 1924).

Leonardo Bruni Aretino. Humanistisch-philosophische Schriftten (Leipzig; Berlin: B.G. Teubner, 1928; 1969).

The Crisis of the Early Italian Renaissance: civic humanism and republican liberty in an age of classicism and tyranny (Princeton: 1955; 1966).

Humanistic and Political Literature in Florence and Venice at the beginning of the quattrocento; studies in criticism and chronology (Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1955; 1968).

Fifteenth-century civilisation and the Renaissance in New Cambridge Modern History, vol. 1 The Renaissance, 1493–1520 (Cambridge Univ. Press, 1957)

From Petrarch to Bruni; studies in humanistic and political literature (Chicago: 1968).

Petrarch’s Secretum: its making and its meaning (Cambridge, Mass.: Medieval Academy of America, 1985).

In Search of Florentine Civic Humanism : essays on the transition from medieval to modern thought, 2 vols. (Princeton: 1988).

Related Works

Boyd, Kelly, ed. (1999) Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Writers (Rutledge) 1:74–75

Wallace K. Ferguson. (1958). "The Interpretation of Italian Humanism: the Contribution of Hans Baron," Journal of the History of Ideas 19 , 14–25. Baron's reply immediately follows.

Anthony Molho and John A. Teseschi, eds. (1971). Renaissance Studies in Honor of Hans Baron (DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois Univ. Press.

Alison Brown. (1990). Hans Baron's Renaissance. Historical Journal. 33. 441–48.

Donald R. Kelley, Renaissance Humanism (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1991).

Riccardo Fubini, "Renaissance Historian: the Career of Hans Baron," Journal of Modern History 64 (1992), 541–74.

James Hankins, "The 'Baron Thesis' after Forty Years and some Recent Studies of Leonardo Bruni," Journal of the History of Ideas 56,2 (Apr. 1995), 309–30.

Hankins, ed. Renaissance Civic Humanism : reappraisals and reflections (Cambridge: 2000).

Ronald Witt, John M. Najemy, Craig Kallendorf, and Werner Gundersheimer, "AHR Forum: Hans Baron's Renaissance Humanism," American Historical Review 101,1 (Feb. 1996), 107–44.