Stefano Dall’Aglio is a political and religious historian of early modern Italy. His interests include Digital Humanities, Public History and archival studies. He has worked in many Italian and international institutions such as Sapienza University, University of Leeds and University of Edinburgh. He has published several books and articles on political and religious dissent in early modern Florence and Italy, with a specific focus on Girolamo Savonarola and sixteenth-century Savonarolism, political opposition to the Medici, and letters in the Medici archives. His latest monograph (The Duke’s Assassin. Exile and Death of Lorenzino de’ Medici, Yale University Press, 2015) won the Helen and Howard R. Marraro Prize awarded by the American Historical Association and its Chinese edition is forthcoming with China CITIC Press.