DELOGU Giulia

Position
Researcher
E-mail
giulia.delogu@unive.it
Scientific sector (SSD)
STORIA MODERNA [M-STO/02]
Website
www.unive.it/persone/giulia.delogu (personal record)
Office
Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies
Website: https://www.unive.it/dep.dslcc
Where: Palazzo Cosulich

Giulia Delogu is Assistant Professor of Early Modern History at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies. Her main research interest is political communication and the reciprocal influences between information and institutional changes. Currently, she is working on the development of new communication strategies in seventeenth-nineteenth centuries free ports (The emporium of words). A second research field is the construction of images of economic and political power starting from the case of Napoleon (Global Napoleon - EconoMyth). She is also coordinating the research project Northern Adriatic port cities and the development of public health in the early modern age (Le città porto alto adriatiche e lo sviluppo della sanità pubblica in età moderna), funded by the Regione Veneto.

She graduated with honors (BA in 2008, MA in 2010) at the University of Pavia. She attended also the Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS Pavia (MA with honors in 2011) and the Collegio Ghislieri (2005-2010). She obtained a post-graduate scholarship at the Ecole Normale Supérieure of Paris (2011). She then became a PhD student at the University of Trieste and successfully defended her dissertation in 2015. She was post-doctoral researcher and research fellow at the Universities Ca’ Foscari (2015-2016), of Pavia (2016-2017) and of Turin (2017). She was also Visiting Student at St. John's College, Cambridge (2006), Visiting Researcher at Stanford University (2014), and Visiting Scholar at the University of St. Andrews (2020) and at the Universität Wien (2022).

 

Qualifications

July 7th , 2021 – July 7th, 2030: Italian National Scientific Qualification (2nd level) in Early Modern History (11/A2) with unanimous judgment

 

Education

2012 –2014: Ph.D. in Humanities, Scuola di Dottorato in Scienze Umanistiche, Università di Trieste (XXVII course). Dissertation: Trieste “di tesori e virtù sede gioconda”. Una storia poetica, dall’Arcadia Romano-Sonziaca alla Società di Minerva. Tutor: Professor Elvio Guagnini (date of defense: April 17th, 2015).
2005 –2011: M.A. summa cum laude in Humanities, Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS Pavia. Dissertation: Le Vite di Plutarco, vangelo laico del Settecento
2008 - 2010: M.A. summa cum laude in Modern Philology, Università di Pavia. Disseration: “École des vertus”. Lessico massonico nella poesia italiana e francese tra Illuminismo, Rivoluzione, Età Napoleonica. 
2005-2008: B.A. summa cum laude in Modern languages and literatures, Università di Pavia. Dissertation: Risemantizzazioni in Loggia. Esplorazioni sul lessico massonico di poeti civili italiani dall’Illuminismo all’Età Napoleonica
2005: High school diploma, Liceo Ginnasio Statale ‘M. Gioia’, Piacenza (100/100)

 

Prizes, awards and honors (selected)

Mario Pannunzio Scolarship, Fondazione L. Einaudi Torino-Accademia dei Lincei, 2016
Minerva d’Argento International Prize for Research into History, Science, Literature and Arts, 2015 
Giacomo Treves Dissertation Prize, 2009
Honors University Residence Student, Collegio Ghislieri, Pavia, 2005-2010
Grazia Cherchi Prize for the best final grade, high school diploma, 2005

 

Languages

Italian, native speaker
English, advanced proficiency 
French, intermediate speaking and writing proficiency, advanced reading proficiency
Spanish, elementary reading knowledge
Latin, advanced proficiency 
Ancient Greek, elementary reading knowledge

 

Conferences and seminars (selected)

  1. May 24th, 2022, The emporium of words. Free ports as laboratories of information (16th-19th centuries), Seminar, Universität Wien
  2. May 12th, 2022, Laboratorios políticos de la ciudadanía, la república y la guerra entre América e Italia, Workshop, Universidad de Buenos Aires: Experimentos sobre la ciudadanía en la edad moderna: el caso de los puertos francos
  3. April 29th, 2022, L’impero delle città: lo spazio urbano come nuovo cantiere della storia imperiale, progetti, linee di ricerca, prospettive, Istituto Svizzero - Ecole française de Rome, Rome, International conference: Tra sogni americani e immaginari orientali: il ruolo delle città porto in età napoleonica
  4. June 21st, 2021, L’esperienza napoleonica in Italia: un bilancio storiografico, Conference, Università di Milano - Centro interuniversitario per lo studio dell’Italia rivoluzionaria e napoleonica: Un’eredità sommersa: i porti franchi da Napoleone a metà Ottocento
  5. May 13th, 2021, La virtù tra paideia, politeia ed episteme: una questione di lungo periodo, International conference, Collegio Ghislieri, Pavia: Virtù, commercio e dubbio morale: città porto e porti franchi in età moderna
  6. March 15th, 2021, Nuove ricerche sul contesto italiano nell’età delle rivoluzioni, Seminar, Università di Roma Tor Vergata: I porti franchi: un case study per misurare l’eredità napoleonica in campo politico-economico
  7. October 23rd, 2020, Trieste ville d’empire(s): the sociability of Imperial gateways-cities 16th-19thcenturies, Workshop, CIERA – SciencesPo, Parigi: Places of negotiation in port cities (18th- 19thcenturies)
  8. Feb. 5th, 2020, The emporium of words: free ports and port cities as laboratories of modernity (16th-19th centuries), Seminar, University of St. Andrews
  9. October 14th -15th, 2019, Gli scritti di una stagione: libri e autori dell’età rivoluzionaria e napoleonica in Italia, Conference, Centro interuniversitario per lo studio dell’età rivoluzionaria e napoleonica, Milan: Dibattiti intellettuali e politiche economiche nell’età napoleonica:Il Nuovo Prospetto delle Scienze Economiche di Melchiorre Gioia
  10. October 9th-11th, Empire of Circulation: Habsburg Knowledge in its Global Settings, International conference, Vienna: Information, Communication, and Knowledge:Imagining and Creating Global Connections in 18th and 19th century Trieste
  11. June 28th, 2019, A Global History of 18th century Trieste. What materials? What Methodology? What Scales?, International conference, SciencesPo, Paris: Trieste as a hub for the creation and thetransfer of knowledge: port cities and free ports in the global system
  12. June 6th, 2019,  A General History of Free Ports: The Global Impact of European Political Economy, International conference, Helsinki: Free ports: states of nature or artifacts against nature? The political debate in Venice in the early 19thcentury
  13. April 29th-30th, 2019, The construction of free ports: political communication, commercial development and administrative control, International conference, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia: What is a free port? Creating the institution and defining the concept (17th – 18th centuries)
  14. March 29th-30th, 2019, Les Régions entre Alpes Orientales et Adriatique et les autres aires culturelles européennes en dialogue (1740-1867): la transformation des paradigmes épistémologiques dans les réseaux d'échanges des scientifiques et des hommes de lettres. International Conference, Ljubljana: Between the sea and the Alps: information and communication in 18th century Trieste and Ljubljana
  15. September 17th-18th, 2018, Beyond Truth: Fiction and (Dis)information in the Early Modern World, New College, Oxford: Global (Fake) News: the 18th Century Debate on Smallpox
  16. December 1st-2nd, 2017, Der Buchdrucker Maria Theresias. Johann Thomas Trattner und sein Medienimperium, Universität Wien - Ludwig Maximilians Universität München, Vienna:  Trattner’s impact: webs of commerce, culture and information in Trieste
  17. October 14th, 2017, Nel solco di Teodora. Pratiche, modelli e rappresentazioni del potere femminile, tra antico e contemporaneo, International Conference, Università di Bologna, Ravenna: Rappresentare il potere al femminile: comunicazione politica da Maria Teresa a Maria Carolina d’Asburgo
  18. September 5th, 2017, Nuovi cantieri di ricerca sull’Italia rivoluzionaria e napoleonica, Seminar, Università di Milano – Centro interuniversitario per lo studio dell’Italia rivoluzionaria e napoleonica, Gargnano: Networks of Power and Communication: Mapping Napoleon in Europe
  19. March 30th, 2017, Maria Carolina Regina di Napoli tra rivoluzione, restaurazione ed esilio, Conference, Österreichisches Historisches Institut Rom Università Ca' Foscari, Roma: «Col canto amabile la Genitrice, Col cenno rigido il Genitor». La rappresentazione del potere virtuoso tra Vienna e Napoli
  20. May 27th, 2016, Annual Conference of the Società Italiana di Studi sul XVIII secolo (SISSD), Marina di Massa: Virtù contrapposte: «educazione ecclesiastica» e «scuola d’ateismo» nella Pavia repubblicana 1796-1799
  21. May 26th, 2016, Tradition and/or modernity Literary, Historical and Cultural Perspectives (1660-1940), International Conference, Radboud University, Nijmegen: Towards a Just and Equitable Society: Modernity and Virtue in Eighteenth-Century Italy
  22. January 23rd, 2016, Migrazioni e Mediterraneo. Due linee di ricerca per la Storia moderna, Seminar for early career scholars, Società Italiana per la Storia dell'Età Moderna (SISEM), Catania: Virtù, commercio e politica: circolazione delle idee nell’area adriatica tra Settecento e primo Ottocento
  23. July 26th, 2015, 14th International Congress for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Rotterdam: The Poetry Road. Trieste 1780-1799
  24. May 30th, 2015, World Conference on Fraternalism, Freemasonry and History, Bibliothéque Nationale de France, Paris:  Reshaping Virtue: the Case of Eighteenth-Century French and Italian Masonic Poetry
  25. March 23rd, 2014, At a Perpetual Distance: Universal Freemasonry and Its Historical Divisions, Conference, The Roosevelt Center for the Study of Civil Society and Freemasonry, Los Angeles: A Universal Message: Freemasonry and Poetry in 18th Century Italy and France
  26. August 29th, 2013, International Society on Eighteenth Century Studies ISECS International Seminar for Early Career Scholars. «Exploring the Early Modern Underground: Freethinkers, Heretics, Spies», Gotha: Poetry and Circulation of Ideas: Lumières, Freemasonry, Revolution.
  27. May 25th, 2013, International Conference on the History of Freemasonry, Edinburgh: The Poetic Portrait of the Ideal Mason in Italy and France, from the Enlightenment to the Napoleonic Age.
  28. May 28th, 2012, Annual Conference of the Società Italiana di Studi sul XVIII secolo (SISSD), Marina di Massa: Dall’elogio massonico ai “nuovi santi. Il ritratto dell’uomo ideale nella poesia civile francese e italiana tra Illuminismo, Rivoluzione, Età Napoleonica.
  29. May 27th, 2011, International Conference on the History of Freemasonry, Alexandria (US): Comparisons between Masonic Language and Motives in French and Italian Poetry from the Enlightenment to the Napoleonic Age.