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Giulia CALVI
Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche e dei Beni Culturali
Università degli Studi di Siena
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Department of History and Civilization
European University Institute
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Professor of Early Modern History in the Department of Scienze Storiche e dei Beni
Culturali in the University of Siena.
2004-2012 Professor at the European University Institute (EUI), Department of History and
Civilization, Florence (Italy)
2012 (September-December) Chair of Italian Culture, Department of Italian Studies,
University of California (Berkeley)
Associate Professor of Early Modern History Department of History,
University of Siena, (Italy), Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia
1989-1980 Ricercatore Confermato, Università degli Studi di Roma II, Dipartimento di
Storia, Facoltà di Magistero
1974-1980 Assistente Incaricata, Università degli Studi di Salerno, Dipartimento di Storia,
Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia
2013, (Oct-Nov) Kratter Visiting Professor at the Department of History, Stanford
2008-2010 Member of the Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities Expert Advisory
Group. European Commission Bruxelles
2003-2007 Member of the Advisory Committee of Villa I Tatti. The Harvard Centre for
Italian Renaissance Studies (Florence, Italy)
2001; 2011 Visiting Professor at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris
and Marseille)
Member of the Renaissance Society of America
1986-87 Fellow at Villa I Tatti. The Harvard Centre for Renaissance Studies, Florence
1981-82 Fellow of the British Academy-Wolfson Foundation
1972-73 Fulbright Fellow (University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.)
Monographs and Edited Books
1979 Società industriale e cultura operaia negli Stati Uniti (1890-1917), Roma, Bulzoni
1984 Storie di un anno di peste. Comportamenti sociali e immaginario nella Firenze
barocca, Milano, Bompiani
1989 Histories of a Plague Year. The Social and the Imaginary in Baroque Florence,
Berkeley,California U.P.
1992 (Ed.), Barocco al femminile, Roma-Bari,Laterza
1994 Il contratto morale. Madri e figli nella Toscana moderna,Roma-Bari,Laterza
1995 (Ed.), La Mujer Barroca, Madrid, Alianza Editorial
1998 (with Isabelle Chabot), Le ricchezze delle donne. Diritti patrimoniali e poteri familiari
in Italia (XIII-XIX secc.), Torino, Rosenber & Sellier
2004 (ed.), Innesti . Donne e genere nella storia sociale, Roma, Viella
2008 Calvi Giulia e Riccardo Spinelli (eds.), Le donne Medici nel sistema europeo delle corti
(XV-XVIII), Firenze 2008, 2 vols.
2010 Calvi Giulia and Blutrach-Jelin Carolina (eds.), Sibling relations in Family History:
conflicts, cooperation and gender roles from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, special
issue of “European Review of History”, 2010, 17, 5
2013, Calvi Giulia et Silvia Sebastiani (eds.) La Querelle des Corps, L’Atelier du Centre de
recherches historiques (En ligne), 11/2013. URL: http://acrh.revues.org/5291; DOI:
2015 Calvi Giulia and Katharina Stornig (eds.), Fare famiglie in prospettiva globale,
“Genesis” XIV,1
Selected Articles, Chapters, Working papers (1986-2011)
A Metaphor for Social Exchange: The Florentine Plague of 1630, "Representations", Winter
1986, 13
The Florentine Plague of 1630-33: Social Behavior and Symbolic Action, in N.Bulst,
R.Delort (eds.) Maladies et Sociétés (XII-XVII siècles), Paris CNRS 1989
I toscani e la Milano barocca, in A.De Maddalena (ed.) " Millain the Great". Milano nelle
brume del Seicento, Milano 1989
Maddalena Nerli and Cosimo Tornabuoni. A Couple's Narrative of Family History in Early
Modern Florence, "Renaissance Quarterly" XLV (1992) 2
Maddalena Nerli e Cosimo Tornabuoni: comportamenti domestici e affettivi (XVI-XVII
secolo), in M.A.Visceglia (ed.), Signori, patrizi, cavalieri nell'eta' moderna, Laterza, RomaBari 1992
Disease, Culture and Society: Plague in the XVII century, in, H.Binneveld, R.Dekker (eds.),
Curing and Insuring. Essays on Illness in Past Times: The Netherlands, Belgium, England
and Italy (XVI-XX centuries),Verloren,1992
Il contratto morale. Stato e madri in Toscana (XVII-XVIII secolo) in, F.Angiolini, V.Becagli,
M.Verga (a cura di), La Toscana nell'età di Cosimo III, Firenze, EDIFIR 1993, 319-334
Diritti e legami. Madri, figli, Stato in Toscana (XVI-XVIII),"Quaderni Storici" 1994, n.2,
Reconstructing the Family: widowhood and remarriage in Tuscany in the early modern
period, in K.Lowe, T.Dean (eds.), Marriage in Renaissance Italy, Cambridge U.P 1998
Widows, the State and the guardianship of children in early modern Italy, in Sandra Cavallo,
Lyndan Warner (eds.), Widowhood in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Longman, 1999
Il Centro Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento fra discorso pubblico e storiografia (19371944), "Passato e Presente" XVIII (2000) 51, 41-66
Rinascimento e Fascismo a Firenze, "Storica" VII, 2001, 7-73
Abito, genere, cittadinanza nella Toscana moderna (secoli XVI-XVII), "Quaderni Storici"
110 (2002) 2, 477-503
Le leggi suntuarie e la storia sociale, in M.G. Muzzarelli, A. Campanini (eds.), Disciplinare
il lusso, Roma, Carocci, 2003, p. 213-230
Donne, orfani, famiglie di fronte alle istituzioni, in Storia della civiltà toscana, vol.III, Il
Principato mediceo, E. Fasano Guarini (ed.), Firenze, Le Monnier 2003, 441-460
"Sans espoir d'hériter". Les mères, les enfants et l'Etat en Toscane, XVI-XVII siècles “CLIO:
Histoire, Femmes et Sociétés”, 2005, 21, 43-68
Cruel and ‘nurturing’ mothers. The construction of motherhood in Tuscany “L’Homme”,
Europaische Zeitschrift fur Feministische Geschichtswissenchaft , 17, 1, 2006, 75-92
Cristiane Klapisch-Zuber, une historienne de la famille et des femmes en Italie, in Isabelle
CHABOT, Jérôme HAYEZ, Didier LETT (eds), La famille, les femmes et le quotidien (XIVXVIII siècle), Paris, Publication de la Sorbonne 2006, 89-103
Kinship and domestic service in early modern Tuscany. Some case studies, “L'Homme”,
Europaische Zeitschrift fur Feministische Geschichtswissenchaft, 2007, 18, 1, 33-45
Gender and the Body, in Anthony MOLHO and Diogo Ramada CURTO (eds.), Finding
Europe. Discourses on Margins, Communities, Images, New York, Berghahn, 2007, 89-114
Rights and Ties that Bind: Mothers, Children , and the State in Tuscany during the Early
Modern Period, in David Warren SABEAN, Simon TEUSCHER and Jon MATHIEU (eds),
Kinship in Europe. Approaches to Long-Term Develpment (1300-1900), New York/Oxford,
Berghahn Books 2007, 145-162 (paperback edition 2010)
Women Rulers in Europe: Agency, Practice and the Representation of Political Powers (XIIXVIII) European University Institute, EUI HEC; 2008/02, pp. 83
Gli spazi del potere. Beatrice Violante di Baviera in Toscana, in Giulia Calvi e Riccardo
Spinelli (eds.), Le donne Medici nel sistema europeo delle corti (XVI-XVIII), Firenze 2008, t.
I, 433-451
La Famiglia in Europa, in A. Barbero (ed). Storia d’Europa e del Mediterraneo, L’Età
Moderna (Secoli XVI-XVIII), vol. X, Roma 2009, 627-676
Storiografie sperimentali. Genere e world history “Storica”, 2009, 43/45, 393-432
Giulia Calvi and Carolina Blutrach Jelin, Sibling relations in family history: conflicts, cooperation and gender roles in the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries. An introduction
“European Review of History/Revue europeenne d'histoire”, 2010, 17, 5, 695-704, Special
Global Trends: Gender studies in Europe and the US “European History Quarterly”, 2010,
40, 4, 641-655
Giulia Calvi and Isabelle Chabot (eds.), Moving Elites: Women and Cultural Transfers in the
European Court System, European University Institute, EUI HEC; 2010/02, pp. 181
Giulia Calvi and Nadia Fadil (eds.), Politics of Diversity: Sexual and Religious Selffashioning in Contemporary and Historical Contexts, European University Institute, EUI
HEC; 2011/01, pp. 71
Across Three Empires: Balkan Costumes in XVI century Europe, in C. Vintila-Ghitulescu
(ed.), From Traditional Attire to Modern Dress: Modes of Identification, Modes of
Recognition in the Balkans (XVI-XX) Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2011, 29-51
“Corps et Espaces. Les Costumes des Balkans dans l’Europe du XVI siècle”,in Calvi G. et
Sebastiani S. (sous la direction de), La Querelle des Corps, L’Atelier du Centre de
recherches historiques (En ligne), 11/2013. URL: http://acrh.revues.org/5291; DOI:
Selection of Invited Lectures and Presentations to International Conferences
1989 Princeton University, The Christian Gauss Lectures
Three Lectures: Family, affection, conflict in early modern Tuscany
1990 Rotterdam, Erasmus University
Conference: "Ziekte & Geschiedenis"
1991 Rome, Ecole Française, International Conference La nobiltà nell’Italia centromeridionale in Età moderna:
Paper: Maddalena Nerli e Cosimo Tornabuoni: comportamenti domestici e affettivi
1992 Rome, Ecole Française
Lecture Widowed mothers and the early modern State in Tuscany
1992 Paris, Institute of Italian Culture
Presentation of C. M. Cipolla, Contre un ennemi invisible, with E. Le Roy Ladurie,
J-N. Biraben, M. Aymard.
1993 Lunteren, near Arnhem, Netherlands,European, Research Conference Coping with
Sickness: Science, Culture, Professions, State
Keynote speaker Images of Plague in the XVII century
1994 Bologna.International Conference Mutamenti della famiglia
occidentali/Changes in Family Patterns in Western Countries
Paper: Widowhood and Remarriage in Early Modern Italy
1994 Trieste. Laboratorio dell’immaginario scientifico, International conference Contagion
Paper: Culture and Science: Conceptions of Contagion during Plague Epidemics
1996 University of Exeter. International conference Widowhood: conditions and
construction Paper: Widows and widowhood in early modern Tuscany
1996 Trinity University, San Antonio Texas, Symposium Renaissance Women: Exploding
the Myths
1996 University of Chicago. Paper Making and braking the rules: women, family and the
State in modern Tuscany
2002 The Renaissance Society of America Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona
Paper: Sumptuary legislation in Early Modern Italy
2002 University of California, Berkeley, The Italian Studies Department and Townsend
Center Lecture Dress, gender and citizenship in early modern Tuscany (XVI-XVII)
2002 University of Chicago, The Smart Museum
Conference Renaissance Customs and Costumes: Cesare Vecellio’s Habiti antichi e
2002 Monte Verità, Ascona (CH), International Conference Kinship : The Long Run 15001800 Paper Rights and Ties that Bind. Widows and Transmission in Tuscan Families
2003 Université Paris 8, Colloque Internationale à la mémoire de Jean-Louis Flandrin, Le
désir et le goût. Une autre histoire
2004 European University Institute, Florence, International Conference Images of Europe
Paper: Gender and Body
CISH XX International Congress of Historical Sciences
University of New South Wales, Sydney – Australia .Paper on-line on website
2005 Università di Roma Tre International Conference I linguaggi del potere. Politica e
religione nell’età barocca
Paper Violante Beatrice di Baviera
2005 Università di Siena International Conference Genere e potere. Sovranità, sfera
pubblica e società in Antico Regime
2006 University of Cambridge
Cambridge Seminar in Cultural History Dress and appearances
Lecture Costumes and customs in XVI century Europe
Escuela del Barroco, Fundacion Focus Abengoa, Sevilla
Lecture Representing Women in XVI century European costume books
2007 University of Vienna, Kreisky Forum
Italienisch-Osterreichhische Gesprache II Workshop in honor of Edith Saurer, Spazi,
Relazioni, Percezioni
Paper L’Europa di stoffa: libri di costumi e atlanti in Europa (XVI-XVIII)
2008 New York University, Department of Italian Studies, International Conference
Towards a gendered history of Italian Literature
Discussant of Panel III – the Baroque
2008 New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Studies, Bucharest, International
Conference From Traditional Attire to Modern Costumes Paper Constructing
borders, defining identities. Hungarians, Croats and Dalmatians in Cesare
Vecellio’s work
Birkbeck College (UCL) London. European History Quarterly’s 40th Anniversary.
European History Today Paper Global Trends: Gender Studies in Europe and the
2010 EHESS, Marseille Presentation Une nouvelle hégémonie à affronter? Les études de
genre en Europe et aux Etats-Unis
2010 Aix en Provence, Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’homme
Presentation Le genre et la world history. Réflexions sur une historiographie
2010 The Renaissance Society of America Conference, Venice
Paper World histories and costume books in early modern Italy
London, Royal Holloway College (UCL)
Paper Between Three Empires. Balkan Costumes in XVI century Europe
London, Victoria and Albert Museum.
Paper Between Three Empires, Balkan Costumes in XVI century Europe
2012 Stanford University, Stanford USA. Seminar in Medieval and Early Modern History
Conference: Bodies in Space. Cartography, Costume Books and Clothing between
Italy, Europe and Japan
University of California (Berkeley)
Workshop: Migrating Images
University of California (Berkeley)
Conference: Balkan Costumes in XVI century Europe
Istituto Italiano di Cultura (S. Francisco)
I libri di costumi nell’Europa del Rinascimento
2013 European University Institute (Fiesole)
International Workshop “Ideas of the Renaissance”
Paper: The Global Renaissance. Cartography, Costume Books and Clothing between
Europe and Japan.
2014 Umea University. Conference on “Bodies in Space. Cartography, Costume Books
and Clothing in Europe and Japan (XVI-XVIII centuries)
2015 Berlin, Renaissance Society of America. Panel on Marrying Cultures. Queens and
Cultural Transfer in early modern Europe
Scientific positions
2011- Editor in chief of “Genesis”, a top rated scientific journal of gender history in Italy
2010 Member of the Editorial Board of “Médécine et santé”
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