Dr Valentina Caldari
I studied History in Rome before completing a joint PhD at the Universities of Kent (Canterbury, UK) and Porto (Portugal).
I joined St Catharine’s in September 2018 after spending three years as a Departmental Lecturer in History at Balliol College, University of Oxford.
I am broadly interested in the political and diplomatic history of early modern Europe, particularly the interaction between England and the Iberian Peninsula in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
I teach early modern European and world history, and I lecture on early modern Iberia.
I supervise for Paper 4 (British Political History 1485-1714), Paper 16 (European history 1450-1760), and Paper 21 (Empires in World History from the fifteenth century to the First World War) for Part I.
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