MSS Lunch Lecture Serena Ferente, 'On political affections in fourteenth-century Italy: Bartolus and parties'

17-04-2018 from 12:00 to 13:00
Ghent, UFo building (meeting room first floor). Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 35
Stefan Meysman
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April Lunch Lecture of the HPIMS, by Serena Ferente on 'Policital affections in 14th-century Italy'

For the April Lunch Lecture, the HPIMS is honoured to welcome Dr. Serena Ferente (King’s College London). Dr. Ferente’s primary research interests lie in the political history of late medieval and Renaissance Italy. She has published widely on parties, partisan identities and supra-regional political networks in fifteenth-century Italy, with a particular focus on city-states and actors resisting processes of state-building. For this Lunch Lecture she will focus on fourteenth-century Italian politics and the work of famous late medieval jurist Bartolus of Sassoferrato.