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Publicerad: 21 aug, 2013

Giulia Calvi, professor i förmodern historia vid European University Institute i Florence, gästar Umeå Group for Premodern Studies 2-6 september

NYHET Giulia Calvi är professor i förmodern historia vid European University Institute i Florence och vid University of Siena. Hon gästar Umeå Group For Premodern Studies (UGPS) 2-6 september 2013. Professor Calvi kommer bland annat att föreläsa under titeln "Gender, Patriarchy and the Construction of Motherhood in Early Modern Italy" under sin vistelse vid Umeå universitet.

Giulia Calvi is professor of early modern history at the European University Institute in Florence and at the University of Siena.

Her main publications are in the field of Italian and European social history; the history of public health and of healing practices in early modern societies; family and legal disputes; social and cultural representations of gendered identities in Europe; legislation and consumption; gendered practices and models of political power.

She has been visiting professor at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris and recently she has been invited to be the 58th holder of the Chair of Italian Culture in the Department of Italian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley for her work on early modern Italian cultural and social history from the perspective of gender.

From September 2 to September 6, she is the guest of Umeå Group for Premodern Studies.

Programme with Giulia Calvi

Professor Calvi will give a seminar and a lecture:

Thursday, September 5, 15:15-17:00, Bt101, Beteendevetarhuset: "Bodies in Space. Costume, Books, Cartography and Clothing between Italy, Europe and Japan in the Early Modern Period"

Friday, September 6, 10:15-12:00, Humanishushet C 207: "Gender, Patriarchy and the Construction of Motherhood in Early Modern Italy"

Read more about Giulia Calvi

Redaktör: Elise Dermineur