Launching later this summer, as part of ACLS Humanities E-Book's (HEB) 2015 release of more than 370 new titles, is our new Villa I Tatti series. We are making these books available in collaboration with Harvard University Press and The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, whose Villa I Tatti program is dedicated to advanced research in all aspects of the Italian Renaissance. Since its inception in 1961, I Tatti has welcomed over 1000 Fellows working in the fields of Italian Renaissance art, history, literature and music. The research center has thus generated some of the most significant scholarship on the Italian Renaissance published over the last decades, and several of these works will now be featured as part of HEB's online collection.
Our initial entries will consist of eighteen titles published since 2000; with subjects ranging from women's political power in Renaissance Italy to the papal court in the fifteenth century and the role of astrology in the Duchy of Milan.