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Shaw, Christine

SHAW, Christine

SHAW, Christine. British, b. 1952. Genres: History, Biography. Career: European University Institute, Florence, Italy, chercheur, 1976-77; University of London, England, London School of Economics and Political Science, deputy editor, 1980-85, research officer in Business History Unit, 1989-91, tutor at Westfield College, 1983-89, Institute of Historical Research, cochairperson of Seminar on Italian History since c. 1550, 1988-. University of Warwick, European Humanities Research Centre, visiting fellow, 1991, Centre for the Study of the Renaissance senior research fellow, 1991-. Publications: (deputy ed.) Dictionary of Business Biography, 5 vols, 1983-86; Julius II: The Warrior Pope, 1993; The Politics of Exile in Renaissance Italy, 2000; L'ascesa al potere di Pandolfo Patnicci is Magnifico, signore di Siena (1487- 1498), 2001. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to business and history journals. Address: Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, England.

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