Hannah Johnston

PhD Candidate in History
Department
B.A., Harvard University (2019)

Hannah (she/they) is a PhD student in the Early Modern Europe field. Her research focuses on gender, sexuality, and labor in early modern Italy, primarily through the history of sex work in Venice and Rome. Currently, their work takes a broadly social-historical approach to this subject, viewing the sex industry through the lenses of testamentary and material culture, urban space, and demography.

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