‘The ‘Mirror’ of History. Prince and Tyrant in Italian Renaissance Literature, between Political Theory and Historiography’ (Dr Marta Celati)
- Antiquity and its Uses: Reception and Renewal (Johns Hopkins Collaboration)
- Early Modern Conversions: Religions, Cultures, Cognitive Ecologies
- Redesigning Time: Ovid’s Fasti and the Politics of Renaissance Poetic Calendars (Dr Bobby Xinyue)
Current doctoral research:
- The use of Jerusalem and Jews in Elizabethan and Jacobean sermons (Mitchell Gould)
- Elizabeth I, Counsel, and Memory in Early Modern England (Aidan Norrie)
Ars Oblivionalis: A Cultural History of Forgetting in Renaissance Florence (Matthew Topp)
- From Inscription to Collection: Ancient Epigraphy in Renaissance Italy and Southern France (Paloma Perez Galvan)
- Broadening Horizons through Books: Town Atlases in the 16th and 17th Centuries (Gloria Moorman)
Creating an Urban Reading Public: Cheap Print in Early-Modern Bologna (Rebecca Carnevali)
Recent Publications by our
From Medievalism to Early-Modernism: Adapting the English Past, edited by Marina Gerzic and Aidan Norrie (London: Routledge, 2019).
'La stampa popolare tra larga diffusione ed interessi eruditi: il caso dei materiali profetici nella collezione della Galleria Estense di Modena, by Rebecca Carnevali. (Studi di Memofonte 164-176).