Micha Lazarus is Senior Lecturer in English at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He works on the intellectual history and literary culture of Renaissance and Reformation Europe, and in particular on the reception of the classics in sixteenth-century England.

Micha has published widely on the history of criticism in Renaissance Europe, as well as on Greek learning and literacy in England, Aristotelianism, neo-Latin, Reformation tragedy, Tudor humanism, the history of the book, Anglo-Italian madrigals, lyric poetics, sound studies, and the literary history of centaurs.
  • Aristotle’s Poetics in the Renaissance


  • Sound and Lyric

    Sound and Lyric

  • History of the Book

    History of the Book

  • Reformation Classicism

    Reformation Classicism