Sharon T. Strocchia

Photo of Sharon T. StrocchiaPhoto | Holly JonesSharon T. Strocchia is Professor of History at Emory University. Her research focuses on the social and cultural history of Renaissance Italy, gender and sexuality in early modern Europe, and the history of health and medicine. She is the author of Nuns and Nunneries in Renaissance Florence, which won the Marraro Prize for the best book on Italian history from the American Catholic Historical Association.

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Cover: Forgotten Healers: Women and the Pursuit of Health in Late Renaissance ItalyForgotten Healers: Women and the Pursuit of Health in Late Renaissance ItalyStrocchia, Sharon T.HARDCOVER12/17/2019$49.95
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