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Tracy Bergstrom

PhD Student

Research Interests: History of the book | Cultural History of Rome in the Renaissance | Cities and Urbanism | Antiquarianism | History of Archaeology | Digital Humanities

Year PhD started: 2021


Printing and the network of antiquarian scholarship in early to mid-16th c. Rome


My research focuses on antiquarian guides published in Rome in the early to mid-16th century. Within this framework, I am particularly interested in the evolution of Rome’s network of printers, publishers, illustrators, authors, and booksellers, especially after the sack of 1527.

I am a graduate of Smith College and Yale University and hold a bachelor’s degree in Italian Studies and Art History, a Master of Arts degree in Archaeological Studies, and a Master of Library Science degree.

Supervisors: Raphaële Mouren / Caspar Pearson