Maryanne Cline Horowitz and Louise Arizzoli, eds., Bodies and Maps: Early Modern Personifications of the Continents, Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture, vol. 73. Leiden:  Brill Press, 2020. Book and ebook.  (407 pp., including abundant images and Index Nominum) Author of Ch. 1 “Introduction: Rival Interpretations of the Continent Personifications” and of Ch. 4 “Exotic Female (and Male) Continents: Early Modern Fourfold Division of Humanity.”


Editor-in-Chief, New Dictionary of the History of Ideas, 6 volumes (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2005), 2780 pages. Available also in Gale Virtual Reference Library by subscription. Editorial Board of 19 scholars, over 700 articles and over 450 images in this global and gender-inclusive reference work in intellectual history.  Author of “Preface,” and “Reader’s Guide,” as well 3 articles “Humanity, European Views,” “Renaissance,” and global visual essay “Visual Order to Organizing Collections.”


Seeds of Virtue and Knowledge (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1998).


Race, Gender, and Rank: Early Modern Ideas of Humanity, ed. M. Horowitz, Library of the History of Ideas VIII (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 1992); author of Introduction, ix-xx.


Playing with Gender: A Renaissance Pursuit, eds. J. Brink, M. Horowitz, and A. Coudert, (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1991); author of “Introduction: Playing with Gender,” ix-xxiv.


Race, Class, and Gender in Nineteenth-Century Culture, ed. M. Horowitz, Library of the History of Ideas III (Rochester:  University of Rochester Press, 1991); author of Introduction, ix-xix.


Politics of Gender in Early Modern Europe, eds. J. Brink, A. Coudert, and M. Horowitz   (Kirksville, Missouri: The Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1989).


Renaissance Rereadings: Intertext and Context, eds. M. Horowitz with A. J. Cruz and W. A Furman  (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1988); author of “Michel de Montaigne’s Stoic Insights into Peasant Death,” 236-252, and co-author of “Introduction."  (RCSC-RSA Conference of 1985)