The Humanist World of Renaissance Florence

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This book offers a major contribution for understanding the spread and appeal of the humanist movement in Renaissance Florence. Investigating the connections between the individuals who were part of the humanist movement, Brian Jeffrey Maxson reconstructs the networks that bound them together. Overturning the problematic categorization of humanists as either professional or amateurs, a distinction based on economics and the production of original works in Latin, he offers a new way of understanding how the humanist movement could incorporate so many who were illiterate in Latin, but who nonetheless were responsible for an important intellectual and cultural paradigm shift. The book demonstrates the massive appeal of the humanist movement across socio-economic and political groups and argues that the movement became so successful and so widespread because by the 1420s¬-30s the demands of common rituals began requiring humanist speeches. Over time, deep humanist learning became more valuable in the marketplace of social capital, which raised the status of the most learned humanists and helped disseminate humanist ideas beyond Florence.

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This book offers the first synthetic interpretation of the humanist movement in Renaissance Florence in more than fifty years. Florence was the epicenter of the culture produced during the Italian Renaissance, and the humanist movement underlay the style of the city's visual and literary arts. Brian Jeffrey Maxson demonstrates that the Renaissance in Florence was a far more popular movement than is usually assumed, spearheaded by scholars as well as wealthy citizens who dabbled in the reading of ancient texts and modern treatises translated from Latin into the vernacular. Indeed, only a fraction of the humanist club could read and write Latin, but these learned readers were usually the only people in cities like Florence with enough social status to put the ideas of civic humanism into practice. Maxson shows how this network of humanists enabled the launch of a cultural movement that established Florence as the preeminent center of learning in Italy and that spread beyond Italy to the rest of Europe.

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Brian Jeffrey Maxson is an Assistant Professor of History at East Tennessee State University. His research focuses on the cultural and political history of late medieval and Renaissance Europe. His articles have appeared in Renaissance Studies and I Tatti Studies, among other journals. He has held fellowships from the Fulbright and Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Foundations, and has given invited lectures at the University of Oxford and the Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Munich.

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