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Publications

Monographs

Hohti, Paula. Artisans and Material Culture in Renaissance Italy (forthcoming).

Articles

Pitman, Sophie. ‘Black color for dyeing, and the place of textiles in BnF Ms. Fr. 640.’ In The Making and Knowing Project, A Digital Critical Edition of BnF Ms Fr. 640, forthcoming December 2019.

Pitman, Sophie, co-authored with Pamela Smith, Tianna Uchacz, Tillmann Taape, and Colin Debuiche. ‘The Matter of Ephemeral Art: Craft, spectacle, and power in early modern Europe.’  Renaissance Quarterly, accepted, forthcoming, Spring 2020 issue (73.1).

Pitman, Sophie. ‘Codes: Redressing London – sumptuary laws and the control of clothing in the early modern city.’ In A Cultural History of Law in the Early Modern Age, edited by Peter Goodrich.  Bloomsbury, 2019.

Hohti, Paula. The Art of Artisan Fashions: ‘Moroni’s Tailor and the Changing Culture of Clothing in 16th century Italy’. In The Art of the Poor: The Aesthetic Material Culture of the Lower Classes in Europe 1300–1600, edited by Rembrandt Duits (accepted, forthcoming).

Hohti, Paula. European Influences on Scandinavian Dress: Textile trade and clothing fashions in Sweden-Finland, 1550–1600 (forthcoming).

Hohti, Paula. ‘Cheap Magnificence?: Imitations and Low-Cost Luxuries in Renaissance Italy.’ In Luxury and the Ethics of Greed in Early Modern Italy, edited by Catherine Kovesi, 228–275. Turnhout: Brepols, 2018.

Robinson, Michele. ‘The Material Culture of Female Youth in Bologna, 1550–1600.’ In The Youth of Early Modern Women, edited by Elizabeth Storr Cohen and Margaret Louise Reeves, 235–254.  Amsterdam University Press, 2018.

Hohti, Paula. ‘Dress, dissemination and change: Artisan ‘Fashions’ in Renaissance Italy.’ In Fashioning the Early Modern: Creativity and Innovation in Europe, 1500–1800, edited by Evelyn Welch, 143–165. Oxford: Oxford University Press/Pasold, 2017. 

Pitman, Sophie. ‘Prodigal Years?: Negotiating luxury and fashioning identity in a seventeenth-century account book.’ Luxury: History, Culture, Consumption 3:1-2 (November 2016), 7-31.