This week researchers at MAP have found a cache of previously unknown letters concerning Grand Duke Ferdinando II.
The Jane Fortune Research Program is organizing a one-day Workshop devoted to the contributions made by women artists and collectors across Europe to the developments in natural history and the life sciences during the 17th and 18thRead more
Letters—whether personal notes, diplomatic correspondence, or formal epistles—are unique sources of historical information. In this roundtable discussion we will consider how historians can make use of such sources, exploring what they reveal of the lives,Read more
The Court Historian has published in its December 2015 issue an article entitled, “House Left, House Right: A Florentine Account of Marie de Medici’s 1615 Ballet de Madame.” The article was written by Dr. Sheila Barker, Director ofRead more