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Crossing the Political Divide. Brunetto Latini's Political Rewriting of Giovanni da Viterbo's De Regimine Civitatum

When Mar 15, 2017
from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where Audit Room, Old Lodge, King's College, Cambridge
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Medieval Questions is a new lunchtime research seminar which seeks to bring together researchers of all stages of career and from all disciplines. Invited speakers present problem-based papers, focussing our collective attention on knotty questions of interpretation and analysis. Soft drinks are provided, and people can bring lunch with them.

On 15 March David Napolitano (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Cambridge) will speak on ‘Crossing the Political Divide. Brunetto Latini's Political Rewriting of Giovanni da Viterbo's De Regimine Civitatum’.

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