“Le renouveau du pouvoir, 1480-1520,” in Histoire comparée des Littératures de langues européenes. Vol. 2: La nouvelle culture, ed. Eva Kushner, pp. 59-69. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2017.


01-After Civic Humanism

Mark Jurdjevic, “Writing History in a Ruined World: Machiavelli, Vettori, and Guicciardini on History and Republicanism,” in After Civic Humanism: Learning and Politics in Renaissance Italy, 1300-1600, eds. Nicholas Scott Baker & Brian Maxson, pp. 241-258. Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2015.





Mark Jurdjevic, “Virtue, Fortune, and Blame in Machiavelli’s Life and The Prince,” Social Research: An International Quarterly 81.1 (2014): 1-30.




03-CC to IR


Mark Jurdjevic, “Political Culture,” in The Cambridge Companion to the Italian Renaissance, ed. Michael Wyatt, pp. 298-319. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014.





Mark Jurdjevic, “Voluntary Associations Reconsidered: Arti and Compagnie in Florentine Politics,” in Sociability and Its Discontents, eds. Nicholas Eckstein, & Nicholas Terpstra, pp. 249-272. Leuven: Brepols, 2009.






Mark Jurdjevic, “Machiavelli’s Hybrid Republicanism,” English Historical Review December 122 (2007): 1228-1257.






Mark Jurdjevic, “Hedgehogs and Foxes: The Present and Future of Renaissance Intellectual History,” Past and Present 195 (2007): 241-268.





Mark Jurdjevic, “The Guicciardinian Moment: The Discorsi Palleschi, Humanism, and Aristocratic Republicanism in Sixteenth-Century Florence,” in Humanism and Creativity in the Italian Renaissance: Essays in Honor of Ronald G. Witt, ed. Christopher Celenza & Kenneth Gouwens, pp. 111-37. Leiden: Brill, 2006.






Mark Jurdjevic, “Prophets and Politicians: Marsilio Ficino, Savonarola, and the Valori Family,” Past and Present 183 May (2004): 41-77.






Mark Jurdjevic, “Trust in Renaissance Electoral Politics,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 34 Spring (2004): 601-614.






Mark Jurdjevic & Caitlin Tillman, “E. C. Noble in Toronto, June 1921 and His Account of the Discovery of Insulin,” The Bulletin for the History of Medicine Winter 78 (2004): 864-875.






Mark Jurdjevic, “Machiavelli’s Sketches of Francesco Valori and the Reconstruction of Florentine History,” Journal of the History of Ideas 63 2 (2002): 185-206.






Mark Jurdjevic, “Virtue, Commerce, and the Enduring Florentine Republican Moment: Reintegrating Italy into the Atlantic Republican Debate,” Journal of the History of Ideas 62 4 (2001): 721-743.







Mark Jurdjevic, “Civic Humanism and the Rise of the Medici,” Renaissance Quarterly 52 Winter (1999): 994-1020.