Bibliography

Selected publications by the members of the Atlantic Italies Network

BAKER, Nicholas Scott, «Tutto il mondo è paese: Locating Florence in Premodern Eurasian Commerce», in Florence in the Early Modern World: New Perspectives, ed. by Nicholas Scott Baker and Brian Jeffrey Maxson, London, forthcoming.

BARTOLOMEI, Arnaud, and Silvia MARZAGALLI (eds), La Méditerranée dans les circulations atlantiques au 18e siècle, special issue of Revue d’histoire maritime 13 (2011).

BONAZZA, Giulia, Abolitionism and the Persistence of Slavery in Italian States, 1750-1850, New York 2019.

CHRIST, Georg, Franz-Julius MORCHE, Roberto ZAUGG, Wolfgang KAISER, Stefan BURKHARDT and Alexander D. BEIHAMMER (eds), Union in Separation. Diasporic Groups and Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean (1100-1800), Roma 2015.

CLEMENTE, Alida, Il lusso “cattivo”. Dinamiche del consumo nella Napoli del Settecento, Roma 2011.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Consumi di lusso ed economia mondo. Il Regno di Napoli nel XVIII secolo», in Luxes et internationalisation (XVIe- XIXe siècles), ed. by Nadège Sougy, Neuchâtel 2013, pp. 67-96.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Quando il reato non è «peccato»: il contrabbando nel Regno di Napoli tra conflitti diplomatici, pluralismo instituzionale e quotidianità degli scambi (XVIII secolo)», Quaderni storici 2 (2013), pp. 359-394.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Innovation in the Capital City. Central Policies, Markets, and Migrant Skills in Neapolitan Ceramic Manufacturin in the Eighteenth Century», in Cities and Innovation in Early Modern Europe, ed. by Karel Davids and Bert De Munck, Aldershot 2014, pp. 315-335.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Gli spazi delle botteghe nella Napoli del Settecento: dinamiche di localizzazione, strategie commerciali e conflitti istituzionali nel secolo della “rivoluzione dei consumi”», in Retail trade. Supply and demand in the formal and informal economy from the 13th to the 18th century, ed. by Giampiero Nigro, Firenze 2015, pp. 353-384.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «La sovranità vincolata: mercantilismi, guerre commerciali e dispute istituzionali negli anni Settanta del Settecento (Napoli e Venezia)», Storia economica 2 (2015), pp. 517-546.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Aporie della moralità mercantile e governo politico del mercato: un negoziante “virtuoso” nella carestia del 1764», Storia economica 2 (2016), pp. 513-541.

CLEMENTE, Alida, and Roberto ZAUGG, «Hermes, the Leviathan, and the grand narrative of New Institutional Economics. The quest for development in the eighteenth-century Kingdom of Naples», Journal of Modern European History 15 (2017), pp. 109-129.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Luxury and Taste in Eighteentt-Century Naples: Representations, Ideas and Social Practices at the Intersection between the Global and the Local», in A Taste for Luxury in Early Modern Europe. Display, Acquisition and Boundaries, ed. by Johanna Ilmakunnas and Jon Stobart, London 2017, pp. 59-76.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Stati e commercio nell’Europa moderna tra reti e gerarchie» Storia economica 2 (2017), pp. 469-488.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Tra Europa e Mediterraneo: nuovi consumi e circuiti commerciali nella Napoli del Settecento», in Napoli e il Mediterraneo nel Settecento. Scambi, immagini, istituzioni, ed. by Anna Maria Rao, Bari 2017, pp. 59-74.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Unsuccessful chartered company projects in an eighteenth century semi-periphery: the Kingdom of Naples and unfeasible mercantilism», in Mediterranean doubts: Trading Companies, Conflicts and Strategies in the Global Spaces (XV-XIX centuries), ed. by Daniele Andreozzi, Palermo 2017, pp. 45-64.

CLEMENTE, Alida, and Rosella DEL PRETE, «Cultural Creativity and Symbolic Economy in Early Modern Naples: Music and Theatre as Cultural Industries», in Cities and Creativity from the Renaissance to the Present, ed. by Ilja Van Damme, Bert de Munck and Andrew Miles, New York 2018, pp. 85-104.

CLEMENTE, Alida, «Da Tripoli a Messina. Spazi contesi nel Mediterraneo settecentesco, tra complementarità macroeconomiche e gelosia del commercio», Storia economica 1 (2018), pp. 11-34.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Competing Networks: Roman Catholic Ecclesiastics in French North America, 1610-58», The Canadian Historical Review, 80 (1999), pp. 539-584.

CODIGNOLA, Luca (ed.), Pierre HURTUBISE and Fernand HARVEY, L’Amérique du Nord française dans les archives religieuses de Rome 1600-1922. Guide de recherche, Québec 1999.

CODIGNOLA, Luca and Andrea ZANINI, «Le relazioni tra Genova e la Svizzera in antico regime, 1563-1806», in Genova crocevia tra Svizzera e Italia: Il Consolato Generale di Svizzera a Genova 1799-1999, ed. by Catherine Bosshart-Pfluger, Frauenfeld 2000, pp. 37-51.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «European Outmigration towards the Americas in the Early Modern Age: Do We Really Know It?», in Negotiating Spaces on the Common Ground: Selected Papers of the 3rd and 4th International Tartu Conference on North-American Studies, ed. by Krista Vogelberg and Raili Pôldsaar, Tartu 2000, pp. 29-40.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Pierre Savard et l’Italie», in Constructions identitaires et pratiques sociales. Actes du colloque en hommage à Pierre Savard tenu à l’Université d’Ottawa les 4, 5, 6 octobre 2000, ed. by Jean-Pierre Wallot, Pierre Lanthier and Hubert Watelet, Ottawa 2002, pp. 361-376.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «How Wide Is the Atlantic Ocean? Larger and Larger», Acadiensis. Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region 34 (2005), pp. 74-80.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Missionnaires français à Saint-Pierre et Miquelon à l’époque des révolutions (1763-1816): nombre, qualité, réseaux», La Société Historique Acadienne, Les Cahiers 36 (2005), pp. 140-203.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, Colombo e altri navigatori, Genova 2007.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Roman Catholic Conservatism in a New North Atlantic World, 1760-1829», The William and Mary Quarterly 64 (2007), pp. 717-756.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «The Holy See and the Conversion of the Aboriginal Peoples in North America, 1760-1830», in Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America, ed. by Anthony Gregg Roeber, University Park Pennsylvania 2008, pp. 77-95.

CODIGNOLA, Luca and Maria Elisabetta TONIZZI, «The Swiss Community in Genoa from the Old Regime to the late Nineteenth Century», in Élite Migrations in Modern Italy: Patterns of Settlement, Integration and Identity Negotiation, ed. by Daniela Luigia Caglioti, special issue of the Journal of Modern Italian Studies 13 (2008), pp. 152-170.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «De ‘Cromwell de France’ à ‘brigand consommé:’ les catholiques de la région de l’Atlantique du Nord et Napoléon (1789-1815)», in Napoléon et les Amériques. Histoire atlantique et empire napoléonien, ed. by Christophe Belaubre, Jordana Dym, and John Savage, Toulouse 2009, pp. 25-43

CODIGNOLA, Luca, Giovanni PIZZORUSSO and Matteo SANFILIPPO,
Le Saint-Siège, le Canada et le Québec. Recherches dans les archives romaines, Viterbo 2011.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, Little Do We Know. History and Historians of the North Atlantic. 1492-2010, ed. by Matteo Binasco, Cagliari 2011.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «The Issue of Tridentine Marriage in a Composite North Atlantic World: Doctrinal Strictures vs. Loose Practices, 1607-1738», Journal of Early American History 5 (2015), pp. 201-270.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Rome et les débuts de Saint-Boniface, 1818-1836», Cahiers franco-canadiens de l’Ouest 27 (2015), pp. 179-209.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Benjamin Franklin and the Holy See, 1783-1784. The Myth of Non-Interference in Religious Affairs», Journal of Early American History 6 (2016), pp. 220-228.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, Guerra d’Indipendenza americana, Milano 2016.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Rome and North America, 1763-1846: The Holy See’s Many Faces», in Holy See’s Archives as Sources for American History, ed. by Kathleen Sprows Cummings and Matteo Sanfilippo, Viterbo 2016, pp. 73-110.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Ma che cosa è questo Atlantico? Un modernista di fronte alla storiografia delle buone intenzioni», ed. by Giuliana Iurlano, special issue in honour of Prof. Antonio Donno in Eunomia. Rivista semestrale di Storia e Politica Internazionali 5 (2016), pp. 57-106.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Missionary Time and Space: The Atlantic World in the Early Modern Age», in Religion, Space, and the Atlantic World, ed. by John Corrigan, Columbia 2017, pp. 97-115, 297-318.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Material-culture Dimensions in Some North Atlantic Network (1785-1840)», in Europa e America allo specchio. Studi per Francesca Cantù, ed. by Paolo Broggio, Luigi Guarnieri Calò Carducci and Manfredi Merluzzi, Roma 2017, pp. 317-326.

CODIGNOLA, Luca and Luigi BRUTI-LIBERATI, Storia del Canada. Dal primo contatto tra europei e indiani alle nuove influenze nel panorama politico mondiale. Edizione riveduta, ridotta e corretta, Milano 2018.

CODIGNOLA, Luca and Matteo SANFILIPPO, «A Key Tool for the Study of American Catholicism», in Roman Sources for the History of American Catholicism, 1763-1939, ed. by Matteo Binasco and Kathleen Sprows Cummings, Notre Dame 2018, pp. 1-23.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Leo XII and North America (1818-29)», in Dall’intransigenza alla moderazione. Le relazioni internazionali di Leone XII, ed. by Ilaria Fiumi Sermattei, Roberto Regoli and Paolo Daniele Truscello, Ancona 2018, pp. 195-229.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Rome and Early North America: A Transatlantic Relationship of Love and Hate, 1783-1830», The Canadian Catholic Historical Association. Historical Studies 84 (2018), pp. 72-86.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Interview with Luca Codignola/Entrevue avec Luca Codignola», Canadian Historical Association/La Société historique du Canada. Intersections 1 (2018), pp. 30-32.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Rome as Part of the Irish North Atlantic Experience, 1770-1830», in Rome and Irish Catholicism in the Atlantic World, 1622-1908, ed. by Matteo Binasco, Cham 2018, pp. 47-71.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, Blurred Nationalities across the North Atlantic. Traders, Priests, and Their Kin Travelling between North America and the Italian Peninsula. 1763-1846, Toronto 2019.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «Les Capucins de l’Acadie dans le contexte international (1632-1656)» in Les Récollets en Nouvelle-France: traces et mémoire, ed. by Paul-André Dubois, Québec 2018, forthcoming.

CODIGNOLA, Luca, «London’s Role in the Connection between the Holy See and North America, 1745-1812» in The Quebec Act of 1774: Transnational Contexts, Meanings, and Legacies, ed. by Ollivier Hubert and François Furstenberg, Montréal 2019, forthcoming.

COLOMB, Christophe, Relation du premier voyage entrepris par Christophe Colomb pour la découverte du Nouveau-Monde en 1492, ed. by Luca Codignola, Montréal 2005.

CRIVELLI, Benedetta, «Fiere di cambio e finanza internazionale: la rete degli intermediari finanziari tra Milano e Lisbona nella seconda metà del XVI secolo», in Storia economica 2 (2015), pp. 349-381.

CRIVELLI, Benedetta, and Gaetano SABATINI, «L’espansione commerciale e finanziaria del Portogallo nella prima età moderna. Un bilancio storiografico», in Storia economica 2 (2015), pp. 257-271.

CRIVELLI, Benedetta, «Entrepreneurs at sea: Trading practices, legal opportunities and early modern globalization», International Journal of Maritime History 4 (2016), pp. 774-786.

CRIVELLI, Benedetta, «Conflicts in global trade: the tale of a Milanese firm in the monopolistic business sphere of the Iberian monarchies (1570-1610)», in Mediterranean doubts: Trading Companies, Conflicts and Strategies in the Global Spaces (XV-XIX Centuries), ed. by Daniele Andreozzi, Palermo 2017, pp. 21-44.

CRIVELLI, Benedetta, Commercio e finanza in un impero globale. Mercanti milanesi nella Penisola Iberica (1570-1610), Roma 2017.

CRIVELLI, Benedetta, and Germano MAIFREDA «Seeking “Forbidden Books”: Religious Courts and International Trade in the 17th Century Port of Lisbon», in Homo est minor mundus. Construção de saberes e relações diplomâtica luso-italianas (secs. XV-XVII), ed. by Nunziatella Alessandrini, Mariagrazia Russo and Gaetano Sabatini, Lisboa 2017, pp. 85-103.

CRIVELLI, Benedetta, and Andrea CARACAUSI, «Venezia, gli Austrias e il sistema dei commerci a lunga distanza: alcune riflessioni», in Venezia e gli Asburgo, Pittura, collezionismo e circuiti commerciali nel tardo rinascimento europeo, ed. by Benedetta Crivelli, M. Grosso e Sarah Ferrari, Padova, forthcoming, pp. 23-38.

FAVARÒ, Valentina, Carriere in movimento. Francisco Ruiz de Castro e la monarchia di Filippo III, Palermo 2013.

FAVARÒ, Valentina, Gobernar con prudencia. Los Lemos, estrategias familiares y servicio al Rey, Murcia 2016.

FAVARÒ, Valentina, Manfredi MERLUZZI and Gaetano SABATINI (eds), Fronteras: procesos y prácticas de integración y conflictos entre Europa y América (siglos XVI-XX), Madrid, 2017.

FAVARÒ, Valentina, «Entre Mediterraneo y Atlantico: reflexiones sobre las fronteras», in Fronteras: procesos y prácticas de integración y conflictos entre Europa y América (siglos XVI-XX), ed. by Valentina Favarò, Manfredi Merluzzi and Gaetano Sabatini, Madrid 2017, pp. 569-583.

FAVARÒ, Valentina, «Religiosi e ‘geometrie dell’impero’. Teorie e pratiche fortificatorie tra Mediterraneo e Atlantico», Dimensioni e problemi della ricerca storica 30 (2018), pp. 119-140.

FURTTENBACH, Joseph, Lebenslauff, 1652-1664, ed. by Kaspar von Greyerz, Kim Siebenhüner and Roberto Zaugg, Köln 2013.

KOSLOFSKY, Craig, and Roberto ZAUGG, «Ship’s Surgeon Johann Peter Oettinger. A Hinterlander in the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1682-1696», in Slavery Hinterland. Transatlantic Slavery and Continental Europe, 1680-1850, ed. by Felix Brahm and Eve Rosenhaft, Suffolk 2016, pp. 27-44.

MARNOT, Bruno, and Silvia MARZAGALLI (eds), Guerre et économie dans l’espace atlantique du XVIe au XXe siècle, Pessac 2006.

MARZAGALLI, Silvia, Les boulevards de la fraude. Le négoce maritime et le Blocus continental, 1806-1813. Bordeaux, Hambourg, Livourne, Villeneuve d’Ascq 1993.

MARZAGALLI, Silvia (ed.), Comprendre la traite négrière atlantique, Bordeaux 2009.

MARZAGALLI, Silvia, John McCUSKER and Jim SOFKA (eds), Rough Waters. The United States involvement in the Mediterranean, 18th-19th c., St. John’s (Newfoundland) 2010.

MARZAGALLI, Silvia (ed.), Les consuls en Méditerranée, agents d’information, XVIe-XXe siècle, ed. with the support of Maria Ghazali and Christian Windler, Paris 2015.

MARZAGALLI, Silvia, Bordeaux et les Etats-Unis, 1776-1815. Politique et stratégies négociantes dans la genèse d’un réseau commercial, Genève 2015. 

NOVOA, James W. Nelson, Being the Nação in the Eternal City: New Christian Lives in Sixteenth-Century Rome, Peterborough 2014.

NOVOA, James W. Nelson, «The Many Lives of Two Portuguese Conversos: Miguel Fernandes and Rui Teixeira in the Tribunal of the Holy Office in Rome», Hispania Judaica 12 (2016), pp. 127-184.

NOVOA, James W. Nelson, «A Family of the Nação from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean and Beyond (1497-1640)», in Religious Changes and Cultural Transformations in the Early Modern Western Sephardi Communities, ed. by Yosef Kaplan, Leiden, in print.

OETTINGER, Johann Peter, A German Barber-Surgeon in the Atlantic Slave Trade: The Journal of Johann Peter Oettinger, 1682-1696, ed. by Craig Koslofsky and Roberto Zaugg, Charlottesville 2019, forthcoming.

SALVEMINI, Biagio, and Roberto ZAUGG (eds), Frodi marittime tra norme e istituzioni (secc. XVII-XIX) / Maritime frauds between norms and institutions (17th-19th c.), special issue of Quaderni Storici, 48 (2013).

TOSCO, Giorgio, «Le commerce du poisson en conserve à Gênes au XVIIIe siècle, d’après une source douanière», Rives méditerranéennes 43 (2012), pp. 59-71.

ZAUGG, Roberto, «Judging foreigners. Conflict strategies, consular interventions and institutional changes in eighteenth-century Naples», Journal of Modern Italian Studies 13 (2008), special issue Elite migrations in modern Italy: patterns of settlement, integration and identity negotiation, ed. by Daniela Luigia Caglioti, pp. 171-195.

ZAUGG, Roberto, Stranieri di antico regime. Mercanti, giudici e consoli nella Napoli del Settecento, Roma 2011.

ZAUGG, Roberto, «Entre europeização e africanização. A construção visual de Cabo Verde nos postais do periodo colonial», Revista de Estudos Caboverdianos 4 (2012), pp. 167-193.

ZAUGG, Roberto, «On the Use of Legal Resources and the Definition of Group Boundaries. A Prosopographic Analysis of the French Nation and the British Factory in Eighteenth-Century Naples», in Union in Separation. Diasporic Groups and Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean (1100-1800), ed. by Georg Christ, Roberto Zaugg, Franz Julius Morche, Wolfgang Kaiser, Stefan Burkhardt and Alexander Beihammer, Viella, Roma 2015, pp. 699-713. 

ZAUGG, Roberto (ed.), Guerre, maladie, empire, special issue of Histoire, médecine et santé 10 (2016).

ZAUGG, Roberto, and Andrea GRAF, «Guerres napoléoniennes, savoirs médicaux, anthropologie raciale. Le médecin militaire Antonio Savaresi entre Égypte, Caraïbes et Italie», Histoire, médecine et santé 10 (2016), pp. 17-44.

ZAUGG, Roberto, «Les siècles des Oettinger. Écrits et mémoires d’une famille allemande au fil des générations (1682-1936)», Études de lettres 300 (2016),  special issue Appel à témoins. Écrits personnels et pratiques socioculturelles (XVIe-XXe siècles), ed. by Danièle Tosato-Rigo, pp. 183-216.

ZAUGG, Roberto, «Grossfriedrichsburg, the first German colony in Africa? Brandenburg-Prussia, Atlantic entanglements and national memory», in Shadows of Empire in West Africa. New Perspectives on European Fortifications, ed. by John Kwadwo Osei-Tutu and Victoria Ellen Smith, New York 2018, pp. 33-73. 

ZAUGG, Roberto, «Le crachoir chinois du roi. Marchandises globales, culture de cour et vodun dans les royaumes de Hueda et Dahomey (XVIIe-XIXe siècle)», Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales 73 (2018), special issue Microhistoire et histoire globale, ed. by Romain Bertrand and Guillaume Calafat, forthcoming.