Early Modern scholars discuss their favourite primary and secondary sources...
16:56, Mon 26 Mar 2012
Cesare Cuttica is Marie Curie Fellow in Intellectual History in the Department of History at the University of Sussex. He is interested in seventeenth-century English political thought, particularly patriarchialism and the defence of divine right. He explains why he thinks size matters when it comes to primary sources and discusses the interpretative role of the historian.
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