Last week Insubrica Historica travelled to Leicester, England.
It was very nice to be back after that much time, the last time that I visited Leicester was in 2003. 
Indeed much has changed, especially the University premises are hardly recognizable from before. Plenty of new buildings and many more that will be erected in the future. 
I had a wonderful welcoming by Prof. Dr. Alex Korb and Dr. Luca Fenoglio. I’m glad to have both on the team that will assist me in my PhD research regarding Ossola. 
I spent two busy days, with an intervention in Dr. Fenoglio’s History class and a presentation at the New History Lab of Leicester.

Thanks again to Anna for the charming reception and most of all for organizing the conference.