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Le Donne Medici Nel Sistema Europeo Delle Corti: XVI-XVIII Secolo. Atti del Convegno Internazionale (Firenze - San Domenico Di Fiesole, 6-8 Ottobre 2005), Il contratto morale. Madri e figli nella Toscana moderna, Barocco al femminile, Histories of a Plague Year: The Social and the Imaginary in Baroque Florence
La nascita della famiglia moderna attraverso un itinerario inedito, che d voce alle donne e ai giovani, generalmente trascurati dalla storiografia. Madri e figli sono i protagonisti di vicende in cui sentimenti e legami affettivi s'intrecciano alla rivendicazione di diritti, mentre la mediazione dello stato garantisce, entro un patto di reciproco ascolto e fiducia, la formazione di uno spazio autonomo di responsabilit e rapporti., These contributions outline the history of the Medici family, from its beginnings to its decline, through its women, reconstructing their connections to the family, as well as their relationship with power and their role in the State. The articles trace the travels of Medici women to and from the Florentine court, as they carried the dynasty to the heart of European history. Works address art history, literature, history, material culture and gender studies to not only bring new perspectives to well-known figures, but also to bring the lesser known out of the shadows, including the members of the court cultures in which the Medici women operated. Italian text., Since 1945, historians have quite successfully uncovered what everyday life was like for the popular classes of pre-industrial Europe. How these people made sense of their lives, however, has proven to be more elusive. By focusing on the plague of 1630-33 in the city of Florence, Calvi presents an innovative approach to understanding how Florentines constructed a multitude of discourses designed to instill meaning and order in their tumultuous social universe.
Rich archival sources provide Calvi with a unique opportunity to portray the minute contours of Baroque daily life. Her interdisciplinary approach, drawn most heavily from cultural anthropology and semiotics, enables her to decode the many layers of narrative invented by individuals who sought to understand why and how the plague was spread.
In this important contribution to the study of both early modern Italy and the history of mentalits, Calvi affirms the methodological and analytical fruitfulness of the new school of microhistory., -