Papers of Gregory Peter Lubkin (fl. 1972-1975)

Scope and Content

The material is composed of notes, essays, and examination papers, and consists of: folder relating to British History I, European History 2, and Celtic I, 1972-1973; Medieval aristocracies and society, Medieval and early renaissance thought, and Theory and history of history, 1973-1974; and, Literature, war and society in France, England, and the Iberian Peninsula, and Studies in Italian Renaissance history, 1974-1975. There are also 3 archival envelopes containing: communication between Lubkin and the University relevant to his chosen course, the documents, letters, and class certificates; material relating to student activities; and material on the theatre company and dramatic society he was involved with, 1972-1975.

Administrative / Biographical History

Gregory P. Lubkin was a student at Edinburgh University from October 1972, with the Faculty of Arts. He graduated with the degree of MA (Hons) in 1975. At the time of his matriculation in 1972 his home was in East Lansing, Michigan. Lubkin has taught at Wellesley College, Massachusetts, USA, and the University of California, Berkeley. He has written many works on Renaissance Milan, including A Renaissance Court - Milan under Galleazzo Maria Sforza (March 1994).

Access Information

Generally open for consultation to bona fide researchers, but please contact repository for details in advance

Acquisition Information

Material received from Gregory Lubkin, April 2003, Accession no. E2003.6.


The biographical/administrative history was compiled using material contained in the collection.

Other Finding Aids

Important finding aids generally are: the alphabetical Index to Manuscripts held at Edinburgh University Library, Special Collections and Archives, consisting of typed slips in sheaf binders and to which additions were made until 1987; and the Index to Accessions Since 1987.

Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

Access to records in a fragile condition may be restricted

Archivist's Note

Compiled by Graeme D. Eddie, Edinburgh University Library, Special Collections Division.


Check the local Indexes for details of any additions.