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Category: 16th-17th Century

The cult of saints in early modern Venice

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Memory in Understanding Identity: The role of Agrippa d’Aubigné’s The Confessions of the Duke of Sancy in forming seventeenth century Protestant identity.

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Power, Politics and the Prince: The Office of the Doge in Early Modern Venice

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Hair, Society and the Self in Early Modern Venice

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Cannibalism and the Columbian encounter: Oriental mythology in the Caribbean

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