Guido Ruggiero

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Guido Ruggiero
Born Danbury, Connecticut
Education M.A., Ph.D.
Alma mater University of Colorado, UCLA
Occupation Microhistorian, professor

Guido Ruggiero is a notable microhistorian and professor and chair of the University of Miami History Department.[1][2] His most notable work is Binding Passions: Tales of Magic, Marriage and Power from the End of the Renaissance.

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  • Violence in Early Renaissance Venice (1980)
  • The Boundaries of Eros: Sex Crime and Sexuality in Renaissance Venice (1985)
  • Binding Passions: Tales of Magic, Marriage and Power from the End of the Renaissance (1993)
  • Machiavelli in Love: Sex, Self and Society in Renaissance Italy (2007)
  • Sex and Gender in Historical Perspectives (1990)
  • Microhistory and the Lost Peoples of Europe (1991)
  • History from Crime (1993), edited with Edward Muir.
  • The Blackwell Companion to the Renaissance (2002), editor
  • Five Comedies from the Italian Renaissance (2003), edited and translated with Laura Giannetti
  • Studies in the History of Sexuality (1985–2002), editor
  • Encyclopedia of European Social History (2002), co-editor
  • The Renaissance in Italy: A Social and Cultural History of the Rinascimento (2014)

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