Street life and street culture: Between Early Modern Europe and the present

Dr Fabrizio Nevola

Dr Fabrizio Nevola
Early Modern cultural history of street use
University of Bath

Tel: 01225 383254

Georgia Clarke

Co-Investigator: Georgia Clarke
Early Modern– architecture and city
Courtauld Institute of Art

Tel: 020 7848 2636

Igea Troiani
(Oxford Brookes University)
Architect, Modern architectural history

Filippo De Vivo
(Birkbeck College)
Early Modern Venice, gossip/information

Louise Duggan
(Commission Architecture and Built Environment: CABE Space) Streets advisor

James Attlee
Art critic, situationist-writer, author of book about Oxford, Cowley Road

Guido Rebecchini
(University of Siena)
Early Modern cultural history, 16th-century Rome

Richard Ingersoll
(Syracuse University, Florence)
Architect, critic, urban historian

Felipe Pereda
(University of Madrid)
Early Modern cultural history, images in public space

Tom Espiner
(Sound&Fury Theatre)
Actor, founder of Sound&Fury, experimental theatre

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