Andrea Martignoni holds a doctorate in medieval history from the University Paris-Sorbonne, and is a member of the centre Roland-Mousnier in addition to scientific secretary of the LabEx EHNE research pillar dedicated to European humanism. After a doctoral thesis focusing on religious policies and devotion in the urban areas of the Friuli in the late Middle Ages, his current research explores secular therapeutic practices and medical knowledge during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.

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