Republicanism in mid-sixteenth century Italy by Dr. Lucinda Byatt
From Robbie Bushe on February 14th, 2019
Dr Lucinda Byatt discusses a literary dialogue set in Rome in the 1540s highlights the significance of Brutus for a group of Florentines with republican sympathies.
Dr Lucinda Byatt
Dr Lucinda Byatt holds a PhD in History from the European University Institute in Italy and is a historian and Italian-English translator. Her other roles include production editor of ‘Food and History’. She has taught translation at Honours and masters level since 2012. Dr Byatt is a History tutor at the Centre for Open Learning on the political, economic and cultural contexts of Renaissance Italy.
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