Publications

Series

I am editor in chief of a series in monographs and critical editions, Mediterranean Nexus 1100-1700. Conflict, Influence and Inspiration in the Mediterranean Area, Brepols Publishers. Since 2011. https://mednexseries.com/

Books (monographs and editions), published and forthcoming

  1. Evelien Chayes, Renaissance et Ascensions de l’âme. De la Lanterne à la Lune, de la Lune au Soleil, Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2019.   Presentation at Librairie Mollat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0yc19L419o&t=9s
  2. Evelien Chayes with G. Veltri, Oltre le mura del Ghetto. Accademie, scetticismo e tolleranza nella Venezia barocca. Studi e documenti d’archivio, Palermo: New Digital Frontiers, 2016.
  3. Evelien Chayes with B. Arbel and H. Hendrix, eds., Cyprus and the Renaissance (1450-1650), Turnhout: Brepols, 2012.
  4. Evelien Chayes, L’éloquence des pierres précieuses. De Marbode de Rennes à Alard d’Amsterdam et Remy Belleau. Sur quelques lapidaires du XVIe siècle, Paris: Honoré Champion, 2010. 448 pp.

Special issues in periodicals

with Violaine Giacomotto-Charrra, eds., Revue française d’histoire du livre, « La vie du livre, les bibiliothèques et les collections en Aquitaine à l’époque de Montaigne », 142/ 2021.

Peer-reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

In proceedings

  1. ‘Retour sur l’hébraïsme de Pontus de Tyard: distinctions et appropriations’, in Pontus de Tyard et la varietas, François Rouget, ed., Paris: Classiques Garnier, forthcoming 2022. 12 pp.
  2. ‘Les Lusignan de Chypre à l’époque du premier humanisme français. Cardinal Hugues de Lusignan et la bibliothèque d’Anne de Lusignan et Louis de Savoie’, in Poésie et musique à l’âge de l’Ars subtilior (1380-1430). Autour du manuscrit Torino, BNU, J.II.9, G. Clement et I. Fabre, eds., Turnhout: Brepols, 2021, p. 67-79.
  3. ‘Réforme, messianisme et divination dans les marges vénitiennes. Empreintes et emprunts orientaux dans la production littéraire de Brescia, XVIe-XVIIe siècle’, in Fortunato Martinengo: un gentiluomo del Rinascimento fra arti, lettere e musica, Elisabetta Selmi, Marco Bizzarini, Morcelliana, eds., Brescia: Ateneo di Brescia, Accademia di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, 2018, p. 243-272.
  4. ‘La Vie glorieuse de Rien: la référence à Plutarque dans l’œuvre de l’Accademia degli Incogniti de Venise’, in Plutarque de l’Âge classique au XIXe siècle. Actes du Colloque à l’Université de Toulouse II-Le Mirail, 13-15 Mai 2009, Olivier Guerrier ed., Grenoble: Jérôme Millon, 2012, p. 9-28.
  5. ‘Trois lettres pour la postérité: la correspondance entre Philippe de Mézières, Boniface Lupi et François Pétrarque (ms. Arsenal 499)’, in Philippe de Mézières and His Age. Piety and Politics in the Fourteenth Century, Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski & Kiril Petkov eds., Leiden–Boston: Brill, 2012, p. 83-117.
  6. I vini generosi che non picano al gusto, se non quando passano il mare. L’usage de la traduction aux cercles ambulants : émancipation littéraire et sociale, du domaine florentin du XVe siècle aux cercles vénitiens du XVIe siècle’, in Dynamic Translations in the European Renaissance. La traduzione del moderno nel Cinquecento europeo, Philiep Bossier, Harald Hendrix, Paolo Procaccioli eds., Manziana: Vecchiarelli, 2011, p. 29-45.
  7. ‘Les Occulti (1560-1570) ou la divulgation de l’identité au seuil de la modernité’, in Normes et minorités: l’identité aux prises avec la figure de l’autre. Problématisations historiques, théologiques, philosophiques et littéraires (16e-20e siècles). Hommage à Pierre-Marie Beaude. Actes du Colloque international, CAEPR, Metz, 6-7 juin, 2008, Jacques Fantino dir. and ed., Metz–Paris: Université Paul Verlaine–Éditions du Cerf, 2010. p. 33-46.
  8. ‘The Creation of Modernity in the Accademie: bridging Literature, Philosophy and the Occult’, in Officine del nuovo. Sodalizi fra letterati, artisti ed editori nella cultura italiana fra Riforma e Controriforma, Atti del Simposio internazionale, Utrecht 8-10 novembre 2007, Harald Hendrix and Paolo Procaccioli eds., Manziana: Vecchiarelli, 2008, p. 469-477.
  9. ‘The Liber lapidum of Marbode of Rennes and its Halo during the Renaissance’, in The Fuzzy Edges of Literature, Papers Presented at the second Annual Colloquium of the Research Programme History of Literature, Institute of Culture and History, University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam 30-31 January 2003, C. Dauven, D. den Hengst, J. Koopmans, L. Kuitert eds., Amsterdam: Institute of Culture and History, University of Amsterdam, 2004, p. 87-104.

Articles in collective volumes

  1. with Anna de Wilde, ‘Studying Jewish Book-Ownership in Early Modern Venice: Letizia Nahmias’ Bookshop’, forthcoming.
  2. ‘Libertines and Libertinism’, in M. Sgarbi M., ed., Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy, Cham, Springer, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-02848-4_1019-1 [6 pp.]
  3. ‘Introduction’, in Renaissance et Ascensions de l’âme. De la Lanterne à la Lune, de la Lune au Soleil, Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2019, p. 7-16.
  4. ‘Paradoxes d’antijudaïsme en Guyenne à l’époque de la Contreréforme. L’Anti-christ de Florimond de Raemond (1597/ 1599)’, in Judaïca et comparatisme. Mélanges pour Astrid Starck-Adler, Danielle Buschinger, Roy Rosenstein, eds., Amiens: Presses du Centre d’Études médiévales de Picardie, 2019, p. 469-476.
  5. ‘Les foyers culturels: Nouveaux mécènes (cercles et académies)’, in Histoire comparée des littératures de langues européennes. Sous-série Renaissance, II: La nouvelle culture (1480-1520), Eva Kushner ed., Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2017, p. 101-109.
  6. ‘Introduzione’, with Giuseppe Veltri, in E. Chayes et G. Veltri, Oltre le mura del Ghetto. Accademie, scetticismo e tolleranza nella Venezia barocca. Studi e documenti d’archivio, Palermo: New Digital Frontiers, 2016, p. 9-14.
  7. ‘L’Accademia degli Incogniti: tra Talmud e Kabbalah’, in E. Chayes and G. Veltri, Oltre le mura del Ghetto. Accademie, scetticismo e tolleranza nella Venezia barocca. Studi e documenti d’archivio, Palermo: New Digital Frontiers, 2016, p. 47-119.
  8. ‘Visitatori libertini del Ghetto: Ismaël Boulliau e Charles de Valliquierville’, in E. Chayes and G. Veltri, Oltre le mura del Ghetto. Accademie, scetticismo e tolleranza nella Venezia barocca. Studi e documenti d’archivio, Palermo: New Digital Frontiers, 2016, p. 121-145.
  9. ‘Tridentine Spying and the East: the Cypriot Interest’, in Trento and Beyond: The Council, Other Powers, Other Cultures, Michela Catto, Adriano Prosperi, eds., Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, p. 305-324.
  10. ‘Introduction’, with B. Arbel and H. Hendrix, in Cyprus and the Renaissance (1450-1650), Turnhout: Brepols, 2012, p. 7-17.
  11. ‘Carriers, Companions, Accomplices. The Zaccaria Network’, in Cyprus and the Renaissance (1450-1650), Benjamin Arbel, Evelien Chayes, Harald Hendrix eds., Turnhout: Brepols, 2012, p. 231-272.
  12. ‘Ciprioti fuoriusciti riformati: coinvolgimento accademico e coscienza geografica. L’impresa degli Zaccaria da Padova a Nicosia’, in La Serenissima a Cipro: incontri di culture nel Cinquecento, Evangelia Skoufari ed., Rome: Viella, 2013, p. 47-64.
  13. ‘Language of Words and Images in the Rime degli Academici occulti 1568: Reflections of the Pre-conceptual?’, in Language and Cultural Change. Aspects of the Study and Use of Language in the Later Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Lodi Nauta ed., Leuven–Paris–Dudley, ma: Peeters, 2006, p. 149-171.
  14. Tromper les plus clair-voyans. The Counterfeit of Precious Stones in the Work of Rémy Belleau’, in On the Edge of Truth and Honesty. Principles and Strategies of Fraud and Deceit in the Early Modern Period, T. van Houdt, J. J. De Jong, Z. Kwak, M. Spies, M. van Vaeck eds., Leiden–Boston: Brill, 2002, p. 183-222.

Articles in periodicals

  1. ‘Résister à travers la dévolution. Letizia Nahmias (m. 1669) des Levantins de Venise’, Zakhor, I, 2021, p. 1-12.
  2. ‘Confronter les librairies bordelaises. Quelle place pour une boutique réformée, 1550-1571?’, Revue française d’histoire du livre, 142/ 2021, p. 67-77.
  3. ‘La nouvelle dialectique à Bordeaux. La réception de Rodolphe Agricola dans l’entourage de Michel de Montaigne’, Revue française d’histoire du livre, 139 (2019), p. 17-26.
  4. ‘Héraldique et Bible en dialogue: trafiquer-transcender la littérature entre Venise et Nicosie’, Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa, 2019/1, p. 147-180.
  5. Evelien Chayes with Marie-Élisabeth Boutroue, Arnaud Boucher, Olivier Pédeflous, Patricia Roger-Puyo, Nicole Vincent, ‘Techniques nouvelles, vieilles lectures: le livre humaniste reconsidéré’, Camenae, 22 December 2018. On-line: http://saprat.ephe.sorbonne.fr/toutes-les-revues-en-ligne-camenae/camenae-n-22-decembre-2018-la-reception-drange-politien-en-france-au-xvie-siecle-699.htm.
  6. ‘Crossing Cultures in the Venetian Ghetto. Leone Modena, the Accademia degli Incogniti and Imprese Literature’, Bollettino di italianistica, 2017-2, p. 62-88.
  7. ‘Bibliothèques bordelaises à l’époque de Montaigne’, Revue française d’histoire du livre, 138 (2017), p. 53-77.
  8. ‘Le parlement de Bordeaux et les Essais, de l’erreur au jugement. Statut d’autographe et rhétorique’, Bulletin de la Société internationale des Amis de Montaigne, 2015-2, n° 62, p. 35-54.
  9. Evelien Chayes with Marie-Élisabeth Boutroue, Olivier Pédeflous and Patricia Roger-Pujo, ‘Charlemagne, Rabelais, Montaigne, des couleurs et des écrits en lumière’, Microscoop, October 2015, p. 18-21.
  10. Evelien Chayes with Paul J. Smith, ‘Structures changeantes des Pierres précieuses (1576) de Remy Belleau’, La Revue d’Histoire Littéraire de la France, 2004-1, p. 25-44.

Reviews

  1. review of Lectures princières & commerce du livre/ La biblioithèque de Charles III de Croÿ et sa mise en vente (1614), sous la direction de Pierre Delsaerdt & Yann Sordet, 2017. Compte rendu dans : Bulletin du bibliophile, 2019/2, p. 412-414.
  2. review of Sietske Franse, Niall Hodson, Karl A. E. Enenkel, eds., Translating Early Modern Science, Leiden, Boston, Brill, 2017. Renaissance Quarterly, 3 (Fall 2019), p. 1046-1047.
  3. review of Francesca Bregoli, Carlotta Ferrara degli Uberti, Guri Schwarz, eds., Italian Jewish Networks from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century. Bridging Europe and the Mediterranean, Cham, Palgrave MacMillan, 2018. Reading Religion, 24 April 2019, http://readingreligion.org/books/italian-jewish-networks-seventeenth-twentieth-century.
  4. review of Sietske Franse, Niall Hodson, Karl A. E. Enenkel, eds., Translating Early Modern Science, Leiden, Boston, Brill, 2017. Renaissance Quarterly, 3 (Fall 2019), p. 1046-1047.
  5. review of Rosanna Gorris Camos, Alexandre Vanautgaerden, eds., Les Labyrinthes de l’esprit. Collections et bibliothèques à la Renaissance. Renaissance libraires and collections, Genève: Droz, 2015. Revue française d’histoire du livre, 138 (2017), p. 273-276.
  6. review of Federica Favino, La filosofia di Giovanni Ciampoli, Firenze: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2015 (pp. 364). Renaissance Quarterly, 70.2 (Summer 2017), p. 690-691.
  7. review of Marie-Dominique Legrand, Keith Cameron, eds., Vocabulaire et création poétique dans les jeunes années de la Pléiade (1547-1555), Paris: Honoré Champion, 2013 (pp. 336). Renaissance Quarterly, 67.4 (Winter 2014), p. 1449-1450.
  8. review of Jean Thenaud, Le Triumphe des Vertuz. Quatrième traité : Le Triumphe de Temperance, éd. critique par Titia J. Schuurs-Janssen et René E. V. Stuip, Genève: Droz 2010 (pp. 472), Sixteenth Century Journal, XLII-4 (Winter 2011), p. 1180-1181.
  9. review of Anne Rolet dir., Prothée en trompe-l’œil. Genèse et survivances d’un mythe, d’Homère à Bouchardon, « Interférences’, s.l., Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2009 (pp. 580), Sixteenth Century Journal, XLII-4 (Winter 2011), p. 1233-1235.
  10. review of Fernand Hallyn, Gemma Frisius, arpenteur de la terre et du ciel, Paris: Honoré Champion, 2008 (pp. 237), Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme, 33-1 (2010), p. 114-117.
  11. review of Tristan Vigliano, Humanisme et juste milieu au siècle de Rabelais. Essai de critique illusoire, Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2009 (pp. 739), Renaissance Quarterly1 (Summer 2010), The University of Chicago Press, p. 562-564.
  12. review of Hiro Hirai, ed. Cornelius Gemma. Cosmology, Medicine and Natural Philosophy in Renaissance Louvain, ‘Bruniana & Campanelliana’ (Supplementi, XXIV, Studi, 10), Fabrizio Serra Editore: Pisa–Rome, 2008 (pp. 160), The Medieval Review12-20, Indiana University: https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/tmr/issue/view/1233
  13. review of Patricia F. Cholakian and Rouben C. Cholakian, Marguerite de Navarre: Mother of the Renaissance, New York: Columbia University Press, 2005 (pp. xxii + 412), in European Review of History – Revue européenne d’Histoire, Routledge, London, 15-1, February 2008, p. 77-78.

Reviews of my work (a non-exhaustive list)

CHAYES 2017 (‘Crossing Cultures…’)

Luca Beltrami, La Rassegna della Letteratura Italiana, 2018 (2), p. 503.

CHAYES, with VELTRI 2016

Giulio Busi, ‘Accademie per soli ebrei’, Il Sole 24 Ore, 1 October 2017.

‘Un modo interessante di analizzarlo, questo microcosmo mondano-intellettuale, è provare a vederlo dai margini. Per esempio, dalla prospettiva della minoranza ebraica. È quello che fanno Giuseppe Veltri e Evelien Chayes in un volume dedicato a Venezia durante l’età barocca, ma che spazia anche su altre realtà goegrafiche.’

CHAYES ed. with ARBEL and HENDRIX 2012

  1. Paschalis M. Kitromilides, review of Cyprus and the Renaissance (1450-1650), Turnhout, Brepols, 2012. Mediterranean Historical Review, 30 (1), p. 75-77.

‘I was deeply impressed by the extensive new material and Chayes’s further pursuit of the intellectual and geographical peregrinations of Andrea Zaccaria. The study provides an excellent illustration of the integration of Cypriots into the heterodox culture of the mid-sixteenth century and their participation in organized initiatives of intellectual exchange, such as the academies of the time.’

‘[O]n account of its professionalism, the collection under review represents a major contribution to the historiography of Renaissance Cyprus, establishing the subject as a recognizable and very promising specialization in a very broad and active field of research. The editors and contributors have a serious claim on our gratitude for raising the historiography of Cyprus considerably above the provincialism by which it is often tormented and setting standards of research, originality, and reflection to which all serious students of the history of this important island should aspire.’

  1. John Monfasani, review of Cyprus and the Renaissance (1450-1650), Turnhout, Brepols, 2012. Renaissance Quarterly, 67, 2 (Summer 2014), p. 609-610.

‘In short, this is a valuable volume for students of Renaissance art, literature,

intellectual history, language, and religion.’

  1. Philippe Trélat, review of Cyprus and the Renaissance (1450-1650), Turnhout, Brepols, 2012. Cahiers du Centre d’Etudes Chypriotes, 2013 (43), p. 570-573.

 CHAYES 2010 (L’Éloquence…)

  1. Brown, P. Desan, ‘French Studies: The Sixteenth Century’, in The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies, 73, p. 24-40:

‘[This] is a brilliant study of the lapidary tradition. (…) Translations of Alardus of Amsterdam’s poetry, indices by subject, places, and proper names included along with bibliography make this an excellent resource.’

  1. Roland Guillot, Réforme, Humanisme, Renaissance 71 (2011), p. 226-227:

‘Au total une brillante étude intelligente qui a le grand mérite de tirer vers le littéraire ce

domaine de la gemmologie et des lapidaires.’ (p. 227).

  1. Judy Kem, The Sixteenth Century Journal XLII, 2 (Summer 2011), p. 524-25:

‘Indeed, this thought-provoking study will appeal not only to scholars of Renaissance poetics and of medieval and Rensaissance lapidaries and their generic evolution, but also to those who study Neoplatonism and the history of medicine in the sixteenth century.’ (p. 525)

  1. François Rigolot, The French Review6 (May 2011), p. 1283-1284.
  2. Jean Braybrook, French Studies 65-3 (July 2011), p. 387-388.
  3. Jan Pendergrass, Renaissance Quarterly 63-4 (Winter 2010), p. 1353-1355.
  4. Françoise Fery-Hue, The Medieval Review, 10.09.19, webpage: https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/tmr/article/view/17106

‘La riche étude d’E. Chayes constitue ainsi un bel hommage aux dernières manifestations de ce genre littéraire qui avait vécu de l’Antiquité à la Renaissance.’

  1. Dario Cecchetti, Studi Francesi, 163/ LV (2011), p. 158.

CHAYES 2007 (PhD-thesis)

  1. 1. Sylvaine Bokdam, review of E. Chayes, L’Éloquence des pierres précieuses: De Marbode de Rennes à Alard d’Amsterdam et Remy Belleau. Sur quelques lapidaires du XVIe siécle, Amsterdam 2007, in Bibliothèque d’Humanisme et Renaissance, LXXI-2009-3, p. 626-628:
    • ‘On signalera dans ces chapitres de très belles études…’ (p. 627);
    • ‘… un travail aussi documenté et suggestif…’ (p. 628);
    • ‘…un travail décisif, qui devrait constituer une référence sur la poétique de la pierre à la Renaissance’ (p. 628).
  1. 2. Jeroen Jansen, review of E. Chayes Amsterdam 2007 (doctoral thesis), in Nieuwsbrief International Society for the History of Rhetoric – afd. Benelux, 2007/1, June 2007 (digital format):
    • een prachtige studie
    • een rijke en bijzondere studie … waarin de auteur er niet voor terugge­deins­d is zichzelf zeer gecompliceerde en lastige betekenisvragen te stellen. Dat een jonge promovenda in staat is gebleken de aangeboorde problematiek te ontrafelen en in deze vorm te presenteren, mag dan ook als een opmerkelijke verdienste worden beschouwd.’

CHAYES 2006

Shulamit Furstenberg-Levi, cites Chayes in review of Nauta (ed.) 2006, in Renaissance Quarterly 60-2 (Summer 2007), p. 504-506.

Citations of my work (a non-exhaustive list)

CHAYES 2016

Giuseppe Veltri, Alienated Wisdom/ Enquiry into Jewish Philosophy and Scepticism, Berlin–Boston: De Gruyter, 2018, p. 84 n. 66; p. 187 n. 5; p. 192 n. 26; p. 209.

CHAYES 2013

Stathis Birtachas, ‘Religious dissent and its repression in Venice’s Maritime State: the case of Cyprus (mid-sixteenth century)’, in Le fonti della storia dell’Italia preunitaria: casi di studop per la loro analisi e “valorizzazione”, Gerassimos D. Pagratis, ed., Athens, Papazissis Publishers, 2019, p. 586, n. 23; p. 587, n. 26

CHAYES ed. with ARBEL and HENDRIX 2012

  1. Tassos Papacostas, ‘Renaissance Portrait Medals for Eminent Cypriots: An Untold yet Telling Tale’, in M. Olympios, M. Parani, eds., The Art and Archaeology of Lusignan and Venetian Cyprus (1192-1571), Trnhout: Brepols, 2019, p. 321-350; p. 321, n. 1.
  2. Stathis Birtachas, ‘Religious dissent and its repression in Venice’s Maritime State: the case of Cyprus (mid-sixteenth century)’, in Le fonti della storia dell’Italia preunitaria: casi di studop per la loro analisi e “valorizzazione”, Gerassimos D. Pagratis, ed., Athens, Papazissis Publishers, 2019, p. 586, n. 23; p. 587, n. 26
  3. Mario Infelise, ‘The Printed Editions of Benedetto Cotrugli’s Treaty’, in Benedetto Cotrugli. The Book of the Art of Trade, Carlo Carraro, Giovanni Favero, eds., Springer International Publishing, 2017, p. 213-218.

CHAYES 2012 (‘Carriers, Companions…’)

Tassos Papacostas, ‘Renaissance Portrait Medals for Eminent Cypriots: An Untold yet Telling Tale’, in M. Olympios, M. Parani, eds., The Art and Archaeology of Lusignan and Venetian Cyprus (1192-1571), Trnhout: Brepols, 2019, p. 321-350; p. 347, n. 137.

CHAYES 2012 (‘Trois Lettres…’)

  1. Chris Schabel, ‘International efforts to solve the Cyprus problem after ’74: a letter from Philippe de Mézières to Federigo Cornaro, 1382 (Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, ms 499)’, Επετηρίδα του Κέντρου Επιστημονικών Ερευνών, ΧΧΧΙΧ, Λευκωσία 2019, p. 169-190, p. 172.
  2. Michael Hanly, ‘Philippe de Mézières and the Peace Movement’, in Philippe de Mézières and His Age. Piety and Politics in the Fourteenth Century, Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski & Kiril Petkov ed., Leiden–Boston: Brill, 2012, p. 61-82; p. 65, n. 11.

CHAYES 2010 (L’Éloquence…)

  1. Juliette Ferdinand, Bernard Palissy : artisan des réformes entre art, science et foi, Berlin–Boston: De Gruyter, 2019, p. p. 268, n. 183; p. 375.
  2. Maurizio Perugi, ‘L’impronta di Matteo di Vendôme nella diffusione degli schemi di correlazione e pluralità (sec. XI-XVI)’, in Gian Carlo Alessio, Domenico Losappio, eds., Le poetriae del medioevo latino : Modelli, fortuna, commenti, Ed. Ca’ Foscari, Venezia, 2018, p. 189 n. 130.
  3. Marieke van den Doel, Ficino en het voorstellingsvermogen. ‘Phantasia’ en ‘imaginatio’ in kunst en theorie vanaf de Renaissance, PhD Diss. Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2008, p. 377.
  4. Marian Rothstein, The Androgyne in Early Modern France: Contextualizing the Power of Gender, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, chapiter 4, n. 36.
  5. Jessie Hock, ‘Waging Loving War: Lucretius and the Poetry of Remy Belleau’, The Romanic Review, 104.3-4 (May 2013), p. 283, n. 21; p. 284.
  6. Gad Freudenthal, Jean-Marc Mandosio, ‘Old French into Hebrew in Twelfth-Century Tsarfat: Medieval Hebrew Versions of Marbode’s Lapidary’, Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism, 14-1 (2014), p. 21, n. 18.
  7. Jean Braybrook, Remy Belleau et l’art de guérir, London, Versita–Walter de Gruyter, 2013, p. 39 n. 68; p. 50; p. 50 n. 100.
  8. Humanistica Lovaniensia. Journal of Neo-Latin Studies, LX (2011), Leuven University Press, ‘Instrumentum Bibliographicum’, p. 360; p. 383.
  9. Arnoud Visser, Reading Augustine in the Reformation. The Flexibility of Intellectual Authority in Europe, 1500-1620, New York, Oxford Univeresity Press, 2011, p. 179; 209.

CHAYES 2007 (PhD-thesis)

  1. François Rouget, ‘Remy Belleau en ses manuscrits : éléments de reconstitution génétique de La Bergerie (1565-1572)’, Bibliothèque d’Humanisme et Renaissance, vol. LXX (1), 2008, p. 33-47.
  2. Paul J. Smith, Dispositio: problematic ordering in French Renaissance literature, Leiden: Brill, 2007, p. 127, n. 26; p. 226-227; p. 231.

CHAYES 2006

  1. James Dougal Fleming, ‘Afterword. The Art of the Field’, in James Dougal Fleming ed., The Invention of Discovery, 1500-1700, Farnham: Ashgate, 2011, p. 181, n. 1; p. 197.
  2. Lorenzo Sacchini, ‘Scritti inediti dell’Accademia degli Insensati nella Perugia del secondo Cinquecento’, Lettere italiane, 65/3 (2013), p. 376-413: 394-395, n. 42.

CHAYES & SMITH 2004

  1. Paul J. Smith, Dispositio: problematic ordering in French Renaissance literature, Leiden: Brill, 2007, p. x; p. 111.
  2. Daniel Martin, ‘Le recueil poétique à la Renaissance’, Réforme, humanisme, Renaissance XXXII-62 (2006), p. 139.
  3. Bibliographie internationale de l’Humanisme et de la Renaissance, XL: ‘Travaux parus en 2004’, Genève: Droz, 2008, p. 66, nr. 801.

CHAYES 2002

  1. Weststeijn, ‘The Gender of Colors in Dutch Art Theory’, in A-S. Lehmann, F. Scholten, & P. Chapman, eds., Meaning in Materials: 1400-1800 (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek = Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art; No. 62), Leiden: Brill, 2012, pp. 177-201, p. 196 n. 34.
  2. Paul J. Smith, Dispositio: problematic ordering in French Renaissance literature, Leiden: Brill, 2007, p. 111, n. 2; p. 231.