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Lucinda has taught at the Centre for Open Learning since 2009.  She is also a tutor for European History and other undergraduate history courses in the Department of History.

Her own research is focused on sixteenth-century Italian cardinalate households as focal points for the study of patronage, service and consumption, among other aspects.

With her background in languages and translation, she teaches Language Paper Two, a full-year honours translation course in the Italian Department. 

Outside teaching, she is a literary translator and has published around twenty titles, for the most part in history and history of art. 



In 2019-20 I will teach the following 10-week courses at the Centre for Open Learning

Winter term: The Republic of Venice: Myth and Reality c. 1400-1650 (10 credit points)

Spring term: Machiavelli and Politics. Culture and Society in Renaissance Italy (10 credit points)

Summer term: Women in Early Modern Italy (10 credit points)


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