Victoria Bartels

Victoria Bartels


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    Victoria is a Research Fellow, who specialises in the cultural history of early modern Italy. She holds a PhD in Early Modern European History from the University of Cambridge, where her doctoral research examined the cultural role of arms and armour in Renaissance Florence. Her current research interests focus on protective dress, weaponry, violence, and contemporary notions of gender. Victoria previously served as a Kress Fellow at the Medici Archive Project in Florence. For the Refashioning project, Victoria primarily works with archival material sourced from Italian state archives.

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    • Dress and Material Culture

      Bartels, V. & Bond, K., 2020, A Companion to Late Medieval and Early Modern Augsburg. Tlusty, B. A. & Häberlein, M. (eds.). Leiden: Brill, p. 440-469 30 p.

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