SOLERA DENNJ

Dennj
Solera
Ricercatore Legge 240/10 - tempo determinato

Presentation

Dennj Solera is a researcher in Early Modern History at the University of Siena.

After Master's degree (Padua, 2014) and the PhD (Florence, 2018), he has furthered his education at several universities and research centres (Rome, Bologna, Geneva, York, Warsaw, etc.), where he expanded his research horizons.

His first studies focused on the religious and social history of the early modern period, while his most recent publications deal with the intellectual and material history of Europe. Among the topics covered are the social history of the Roman Inquisition, the formation of political élites, the limits of freedom, and the history of students' communities.

Solera has won several awards, including the Colombaria Prize and the FUP Prize for the best doctoral thesis (2019).

He is a member of numerous scientific societies (Renaissance Society of America, Societas Veneta, Society of Waldensian Studies, etc.), research centres (TELEMME, INQUIRE, etc.) and journal editorships (Cheiron, etc.).

Office hours

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Curriculum Vitae

Notices

From academic year 2023-2024, the course will no longer be divided into two separate modules (6 cfu+6 cfu), but will be combined into a single Early Modern History lecture series (12 cfu).

Those who have prepared for the previous syllabus, or who have already purchased the relevant texts, will be able to take the examination on that material, regardless of the topic of the current course.

Teaching activities

Completion accademic year: 2024/2025

Course year: 1 Second cycle degree (Laurea Magistrale) HISTORY OF ART A.Y. 2024/2025
Course year: 1 Second cycle degree (Laurea Magistrale) HISTORY OF ART A.Y. 2024/2025

Completion accademic year: 2023/2024

Course year: 1 Second cycle degree (Laurea Magistrale) HISTORY OF ART A.Y. 2023/2024
Course year: 1 Second cycle degree (Laurea Magistrale) HISTORY OF ART A.Y. 2023/2024

Research

Ultime pubblicazioni:

  • Solera, D. (2024). [Recensione a] L’Inquisizione romana a Imola. Processi, Vols. I-II: (1551–1592). Edited by Giacomo Mariani, con prefazione di Adriano Prosperi e postfazione di Mons. Alejandro Cifres. Imola: Il Nuovo Diario Messaggero, 2021. THE CATHOLIC HISTORICAL REVIEW, 110, 99-100. - view more
  • Solera, D. (2024). [Recensione a] Marina Caffiero, Gli schiavi del papa. Conversioni e libertà dei musulmani a Roma in età moderna, con il testo integrale del Libro dei turchi, a cura di Micol Ferrara, Brescia,Morcelliana, 2022. SOCIETÀ E STORIA, 183(1), 209-211 [10.3280/SS2024-183007]. - view more
  • Solera, D. (2024). [Recensione a] Diego Pedrini, Lucia Dubbini, Il prezzo del perdono. Il Tribunale episcopale di Jesi in età moderna (1530-1730), Fermo, Andrea Livi Editore, 2020. RIFORMA E MOVIMENTI RELIGIOSI, 15, 326-329. - view more
  • Solera, D. (2024). Il prezzo del perdono. Il Tribunale episcopale di Jesi in età moderna
    (1530-1730). MARCA/MARCHE, 22, 356-359.
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  • Solera, D. (2023). La memoria comunale allo Studio di Padova, fra statuti universitari, sacri collegi e storiografi. In C. Frova, S. Zucchini (a cura di), La tradizione degli Studia comunali nelle città di età moderna (pp. 81-96). Firenze : Olschki. - view more