Two collective volumes on Renaissance and early modern skepticism to which I referred in previous posts are now available online. These books are (i) The Legacies of Richard Popkin (edited by Jeremy Popkin), which deals in part with skepticism, and (ii) Renaissance Scepticisms (edited by José Maia Neto and Gianni Paganini). It seems that these two volumes will appear in print next year. To see the online contents, click here and here, respectively. I assume that some of you will have the required access through your university network.
Edit December 13: I was wrong, since the two books have already appeared in print. Thanks to Gianni Paganini for pointing this out.