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Francesca Bregoli

PhD in History (2007), University of Pennsylvania.

MA in Jewish Art and Material Culture, The Jewish Theological Seminary (2001).

Posizione attuale: Joseph and Oro Halegua Chair in Greek and Sephardic Jewish Studies; Associate Professor of History, Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY.

 

RECAPITI

Queens College of the City University of New York

History Department

65-30 Kissena Blvd.,

Flushing, NY 11367 USA

Tel. +1-718-997-5410

Email: francesca.bregoli@qc.cuny.edu

 

The Graduate Center

History PhD Program

365 5th Avenue

New York, NY 10016

Email: fbregoli@gc.cuny.edu

 

TEMI DI RICERCA

Storia ebraica nell'età moderna (comunità italiane e sefardite).

 

PUBBLICAZIONI

Volumi

Mediterranean Enlightenment: Livornese Jews, Tuscan Culture, and Eighteenth-Century Reforms (Stanford University Press, 2014).

Numero speciale di Jewish History su Tradition and Transformation in Eighteenth-Century Europe: Jewish Integration in Comparative Perspective, 24: 3-4 (2010), guest editor con Federica Francesconi.

El‘azar da Worms, Il Segreto dell’Opera della Creazione, ECIG: Genova 2002 (traduzione annotata).

 

Articoli

“The Jews of Italy (1650-1815)” in Jonathan Karp and Adam Sutcliffe eds., Cambridge History of Judaism, vol. 7: The Early Modern World (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), 864-893.

“Printing, Fundraising, and Jewish Patronage in Eighteenth-Century Livorno,” in Richard Cohen, Natalie Dohrmann, Adam Shear, and Elchanan Reiner, eds., Jewish Culture in Early Modern Europe: Studies in Honor of David B. Ruderman, (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press/HUC Press, 2014), 250-259.

“L’editoria ebraica a Livorno nel ‘700, tra Toscana granducale e Nord Africa,” in Atti del Convegno Editori, tipografi e Lumi. La stampa a Livorno tra il 1644 e il 1830 (Tipografia Benvenuti & Cavaciocchi: Livorno, 2012), 117-136.

“The Port of Livorno and its Nazione Ebrea in the Eighteenth Century: Economic Utility and Political Reforms,” in Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History 2 (2011), 45-68.

“Hebrew Printing in Eighteenth-Century Livorno: From Government Control to a Free Market,” in Joseph Hacker and Adam Shear, eds., The Hebrew Book in Early Modern Italy (Penn Press: Philadelphia 2011), 171-195.

“Two Jews Walk into a Coffeehouse”: The “Jewish Question,” Utility, and Political Participation in Late Eighteenth-Century Livorno,” in Jewish History 24 (2010), 309-329.

“Tradition and Transformation in Eighteenth-Century Europe: Jewish Integration in Comparative Perspective,” in Jewish History, 24 (2010), scritto con Federica Francesconi, 235-246.

“Privilegi di stampa e acculturazione: editoria ebraica nella Livorno del ‘700,” in Atti del Convegno Livorno 1606-1806: luogo di incontro tra popoli e culture, Allemandi: Torino 2009, 142-156.

“Biblical Poetry, Spinozist Hermeneutics, and Critical Scholarship: The Polemical Activities of Raffaele Rabeni in Early Eighteenth-Century Italy,” in  Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 8 (2009), 173-198.

“Hebrew Printing and Communication Networks between Livorno and North Africa, 1740-1789” in Report of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies (2007-2008), 51-59.

“Jewish Modernity in Eighteenth-Century Italy: A Historiographical Survey” in Jahrbuch des Simon-Dubnow-Instituts VI (2007), 67-78.

“Jewish Scholarship, Science, and the Republic of Letters: Joseph Attias in Eighteenth-Century Livorno”, in ALEPH. Historical Studies in Science & Judaism VII (2007), 97-181.

“Among the Mourners of Zion and Jerusalem: Jewish Funerary Monuments in Italian Cemeteries, 1860-1920”, in S. Berresford et al., Italian Memorial Sculpture 1820-1940: A Legacy of Love, Frances Lincoln: Londra 2004, 194-199.

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