Machiavelli's reception on the theatrical and political scene of Elizabethan England: the role of Alberico Gentili
Professor Rosanna Camerlingo teaches English Literature at the University of Perugia. She obtained a Phd in Comparative Literature at New York University and was a fellow of the Italian Academy in New York in the academic year 2002-2003. She teaches and studies Renaisance Literature, with an emphasis on the relationship between religion, political thinking and literature. She has written books on Philip Sidney and the Italian Renaissance literature; on the influence of Giordano Bruno's philosophy on Christopher Marlowe's theatre; and many articles on Shakespeare's Sonnets and Renaissance poetry. Her latest book on the realationship between treatises on confession and Shakespeare's tragedies, Crimini e Peccati. La confessione al tempo di Amleto, will be published in the fall of 2014.
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