Ugo Bruschi PhD is a tenured lecturer in Medieval and Modern Legal History at the University of Bologna; he is a member of the Royal Historical Society and of other international and Italian learned societies.
In his work as historian, he has constantly focused his attention on the interplay between law and society or institutions, between theory and practice. Before beginning his academic career, he worked as an archivist: primary (and archival) sources always play a key role in his research activity.
Lately he has been chiefly working on the history of the British constitution in the long 18th century, which is currently his main area of research. Other topics covered in his papers and books include medieval notaries and the relationship between Church and State in the Medieval and Early Modern period.
For an up-to-date list of Ugo Bruschi's publications, please go to the CV web page, as the 'Publications' one is computer-generated, and can therefore be rather clumsy.
Go to the Curriculum vitae