Dr Marcella Sutcliffe
Sample Lecture – The Unification of Italy, 1796-1871
Marcella Sutcliffe is a post-doctoral Research Fellow at Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, and a Supervisor in the History Faculty (‘European History (1714-1890)’). Her interests include the cultural and social history of modern Britain and modern Italy as well as transnationalism in the long nineteenth century. She is presently working on a research project entitled 'Books and Bullets: The Value of the Humanities during the First World War'. Her book, 'Victorian Radicals and Italian Democrats', published by the Royal Historical Society History Series in 2014 won the Institute of Historical Research Scouloudi Award Prize. Marcella has published chapters in edited books and numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals. In 2013-14 she was an award-holder at the British School at Rome. Marcella is an executive member of the Association for the Study of Modern Italy and a member of the National Committee responsible for the publication of Giuseppe Mazzini's Collected Works and Unpublished Letters.
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