Charlotte Nichols
& James H. Mc Gregor

Charlotte Nichols is Associate Professor of Art History at Seton Hall University. Among her works are “Plague and Politics in Early Modern Naples: The Relics of San Gennaro,” in In Sickness and in Health: Disease as Metaphor in Art and Popular Wisdom, Laurinda Dixon, ed. (University of Delaware Press, 2004); and “Ecclesiastical Architecture and the Religious Orders,” in Artistic Centers of the Italian Renaissance: Naples, Marcia B. Hall and Thomas Willette, ed. (Cambridge University Press, 2017). She has lectured and written on Girolamo Savoldo, Mariano Fortuny, and topics in dress history. Prof. Nichols is a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome.

James H. Mc Gregor is Emeritus Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Georgia, Athens. Among his publications are The Shades of Aeneas: The Imitation of Vergil and the History of Paganism in Boccaccio’s Filostrato, Filocolo, and Teseida (University of Georgia Press, 1991); Luigi Guicciardini, The Sack of Rome (ed., Italica Press, 1993); Approaches to Teaching Boccaccio’s Decameron (MLA, 2000); Rome from the Ground Up (Harvard University Press, 2005); Venice from the Ground Up (Harvard University Press, 2006); and Back to the Garden: Nature and the Mediterranean World from Prehistory to the Present (Yale University Press, 2015).

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