Although Hannah Arendt wrote little directly on the Renaissance, her writings nonetheless resonate with problems in early modern literature and letters — through her direct reflections on classical and humanist traditions of thought, action, and politics; through her engagement with the possibilities of narrative; and through the unique itinerary drawn by her genealogy of modernity.
Collection of essays edited by JRL for the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory (JCRT). http://www.jcrt.org/archives/07.2/index.html.
Introduction by JRL. Essays by Paul Dahlgren, Nichole Miller, and Viola Kolarov.
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