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Kate Sokol studied European History and Italian at Boston University and has been studying historical fencing since 2016, with a focus on the styles of Italian masters, starting with Capoferro, and now working on Fabris. She is also working on a translation of Federico Ghisliero’s Regole di molti cavagliereschi essercitii.