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After a year’s hiatus, the blog is back! This time with a post by Dr. Adriana Romero (PhD 2020, UCLA). Entitled “Early Modern Women’s Letter Writing and the Desire for In-person Contact,” this piece examines issues of mobility, friendship, and gender in the letters of Isabella d’Este and Elisabetta Gonzaga as well as the timeless human desire for connection. To read this post or learn more about the Blog, see:

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Lucia, Minerva and Europa Anguissola Playing Chess
by Sofonisba Anguissola, 1555 (National Museum in Poznań)

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