MEET SUSAN ASHLEY
A member of the Department of History at Colorado College, Susan Ashley
teaches European history, especially intellectual and social history, as
well as environmental history. Courses include the Mediterranean, Nature
and Society, Crime and Punishment, European Intellectual History, and
Twentieth Century Europe. She served as Dean of the College and Dean of
the Faculty from 2005-2012. Her current research focuses on conceptions
of deviance in late nineteenth and early twentieth century France and Italy.
Research takes her often to Florence. She also spent three years there as
director or co-director of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest Florence
and London-Florence programs. Courses taught in Italy have given her
plenty of opportunity to explore Tuscany and Florence.
• “Enforcing Justice: The Controversial Case of Giuseppe Musolino,” in
Festschrift for Janet Smith
• “Machiavelli the Revolutionary: A Modern Reinterpretation,” in Seeking
Real Truths: Multipdisciplinary Perspectives on Machiavelli
, edited by P.
Vilches and G. Seaman (2007)
• Making Liberalism Work: The Italian Experience
Susan looks forward to sharing her knowledge of and passion
for Tuscany with you!
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