419. Write Till Your Ink Be Dry: Humanism in Britain
Humanism comes to England and Scotland, leading scholars like Thomas Eylot and Andrew Melville to rethink philosophical education.
Image: Queen Elizabeth's translation of Boethius
• E.R. Holloway, Andrew Melville and Humanism in Renaissance Scotland 1545-1622 (Leiden: 2011).
• J. McConica, English Humanists and Reformation Politics under Henry VIII and Edward VI (Oxford: 1965).
• A. McLean, Humanism and the Rise of Science in Tudor England (London: 1972).
• S.J. Reid, Humanism and Calvinism: Andrew Melville and the Universities of Scotland, 1560–1625 (Farnham: 2011).
• R.J. Schoeck, “Humanism in England,” in A. Rabil, Jr. (ed.), Renaissance Humanism, Volume 2: Foundations, Forms, and Legacy (Philadelphia: 1988), 5-38.
• R. Weiss, Humanism in England During the Fifteenth Century (Oxford: 1967).
• J. Woolfson (ed.), Reassessing Tudor Humanism (Houndsmill: 2002).