Graduate School

Winner of the Dorothy Dunnett History Prize 2013

The School of History, Classics and Archaeology is delighted to congratulate History Postgraduate Natalie Lussey, who has been awarded the 2013 Dorothy Dunnett History Prize.

Awarded the prize for her essay “Artisans, Printers and Traders in Renaissance Venice: The Case of Giovanni Andrea Vavassore” which will be published in the Society’s quarterly magazine Whispering Gallery, Natalie has also been invited to speak at the 2014 Dorothy Dunnett Edinburgh Weekend.

The prize is offered by the Dorothy Dunnett Society in pursuit of its constitutional aim to advance the education of the public concerning the history, politics, culture and religion of the 11th, 15th and 16th centuries.