Tessa Storey, English and Italian Regimens Compared: The Protestant and the Catholic Body, 1500-1700
Dr Tessa Storey is an Honorary Research Associate in the Department of History at Royal Holloway, University of London. She has worked extensively on courtesan culture, prostitution and material culture in Counter-Reformation Rome as well as on the history of medicine in early modern Italy. Her paper draws on new research following her recent co-authored book (with Sandra Cavallo) entitled Healthy Living in Late Renaissance Italy (Oxford University Press, 2013).
The seminar will be held in HumSS 128, 1.15pm, 11th March 2015.
You are warmly invited to attend!