Stefania Montemezzo. Born in Vicenza, February 8 th, Current Position. Education

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Stefania Montemezzo

Born in Vicenza, February 8th, 1983.

Email: stefania.montemezzo@univr.it

Current Position

Ph.D. student in Economic History, University of Verona (1/2011 – 12/2013)

Project: “Scambi commerciali e reti mercantili fra Asia ed Europa. Le aziende mercantili veneziane nella seconda metà del Quattrocento”.

English title: “Among Trade and Culture. Merchant networks between Europe and the Near East in the Renaissance”

Supervisors: Edoardo Demo, Renzo Sabbatini.

Education

Master’s degree in Medieval History, University of Padua (2010).

Honor thesis: In galia. Giovanni Foscari e il suo viaggio per le Fiandre (1463 – 1464).

(In Galia. Giovanni Foscari and his Euro-Mediterranean network during the second half of XV century).

Supervisor: Prof. Giuseppe Gullino. Grade: 110/110 cum laude.

Erasmus Student enrolled to the course for the master’s degree in History (Geschichte), Leopold – Franzens - Universität Innsbruck (2008/2009).

Bachelor’s degree in History, University of Padua (2007).

Thesis: Il volgare a Venezia. Edizioni di fonti medievali (sec. XIII - inizio XV). Supervisor: Prof. Fernanda Sorelli.

Grade: 110/110.

Diploma of secondary school, I.T.C.S. Pier Francesco Calvi, Padua (2002).

Diploma of Technical High School in Commerce and Business Economy skilled in Foreign Languages (English, French, Spanish).

Grade: 79/100.

Qualifications

Master’s degree in Medieval History, University of Padua (2010). Bachelor’s degree in History, University of Padua (2007).

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Fellowships, prizes and grants

International PhD and post-doctoral training school “Dynamic Middle Ages” (Russia, Moscow, 1st – 6th

October 2012), organized by the Centre for Medieval Studies (Moscow), the Department of History of the National Research University (Moescow), the Higher School of Economics (Moscow), with the support of the German Historical Institute in Moscow, the Institute for Comparative History of Europe in the Middle Ages, Humboldt-University (Berlin) and the

Goethe-Institute (Moscow); paper Among Trade and Culture. Merchant networks between Asia and

Europe in the Renaissance (5 october 2012).

Prize “Best paper”, awarded by the Board Experts of the ESTER Reasearch Design Course (Évora, 20

ocrober 2011) for the paper “Among trade and cultures. Merchant networks between Venice and the Near

East in the Renaissance.

Doctoral schools Cultures marchandes (moyen âge / époque moderne), Roma, École Française de Rome,

october 24-28, 2011, organized by the École Française de Rome and CIHAM – UMR 5648 (France) in cooperation with the University of Erfurt, paper Strategie commerciali tra Europa e Vicino Oriente: il caso dell’azienda veneziana Michiel (1470 – 1481).

ESTER Research Design Course 2011, Évora, Ocrober 17- 21, 2011, paper Among trade and cultures. Merchant networks between Venice and the Near East in the Renaissance.

IV Doctoral school on “Fonti per la storia dell’economia europea (secoli XIV – XVII)”, “La documentazione per la storia del commercio delle materie prime”, Arezzo, Fraternita dei Laici, July 4 – 8, 2011, organized by the École Française de Rome in cooperation with the École Normale Supérieure (Paris), the Université Paris – 7 ‘Denis Diderot’, the Institut d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine (CNRS-École Normale Supérieure Paris), the Fraternita dei Laici of Arezzo, the Università di Siena and the Istituto storico italiano per il Medioevo; paper:

Commercial Networks and Mercantile Culture. Venice and the Near East in the Renaissance.

Publications

Books

Giovanni Foscari. Viaggi di Fiandra, 1463/64 e 1467/68, (ed.) Venice, La Malcontenta, forthcoming. Articles and essays

Review of Georg Christ, Trading Conflicts, Leiden, Brill, 2012 in «Città e Storia», forthcoming.

La difesa di un diritto: le donne veronesi di fronte alla dote in Età moderna, in Donne a Verona. Una storia della città dal medioevo a oggi, Verona, Cierre, 2012.

Case vecie e campi magri. Vivere contadino e sviluppo delle colture agricole a Rovolon in età moderna, in Rovolon. Storie di una comunità dei Colli Euganei, ed. Claudio Grandis, Cierre, Verona, 2011.

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Works in progress

Galleys Routes and Merchant Networks between the Near East and the North Sea (15th Century), in Commercial

Networks and European Cities (14th–18th Centuries), eds. Caracausi A. – Jeggle C., article in progress,

under contract for Pickering & Chatto publisher.

Conferences and seminars

University of Mannheim, 22nd May, 2013, invited paper “Trade, Strategies and Networks. The Case of the

Venetian Merchants during the Renaissance” in the Seminar für Wirtschaftsgeschichte, organised by Prof. Dr. Jochen Streb.

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, February 2013, invited paper in the research seminar

Entreprises, régions de productions et marchés en Europe (XIIIe-XVIe siècles), organised by Prof. Mathieu Arnoux and Jacques Bottin.

VI Conference of Società Italiana delle Storiche (Padua and Venice, 14th – 16

th

February 2013),

Organiser and Chair of a four papers session Il laboratorio veneto: le donne in età moderna (14th

February 2013).

International PhD and post-doctoral training school “Dynamic Middle Ages” (Russia, Moscow, 1st – 6th

October 2012), organized by the Centre for Medieval Studies (Moscow), the Department of History of the National Research University (Moscow), the Higher School of Economics (Moscow), with the support of the German Historical Institute in Moscow, the Institute for Comparative History of Europe in the Middle Ages, Humboldt-University (Berlin) and the

Goethe-Institute (Moscow); paper Among Trade and Culture. Merchant networks between Asia and

Europe in the Renaissance (5th october, 2012).

11th International Conference on Urban History (Prague, 29 August – 1 September 2012), Session M23

Routes of Commerce and Foreign Merchants Settlements in Mediterranean Ports and Central European Cities: 14th-19th Centuries (T. Colletta; B. Marin; H. Porfyriou), paper From Damascus to Aleppo. The Venetian communities and the Near East Cities (31st August, 2012)

V Congress of the Associazione Italiana di Storia Urbana (Rome, September 8 – 10, 2011), Macro-session Le congiunture, Under-session Tra crisi e congiunture positive: le città rinascimentali in Europa (E.

Demo), paper Città e congiunture commerciali tra Europa e Vicino Oriente: Venezia, Aleppo e Damasco fra

fine Quattrocento e inizio Cinquecento (8th September, 2011).

Doctoral schools Cultures marchandes (moyen âge / époque moderne), Roma, École Française de Rome,

october 24-28, 2011, organized by the École Française de Rome and CIHAM – UMR 5648 (France) in cooperation with the University of Erfurt, paper Strategie commerciali tra Europa e Vicino Oriente: il caso dell’azienda veneziana Michiel (1470 – 1481). (27th October, 2011)

ESTER Research Design Course 2011, Évora, October 17- 21, 2011, paper Among trade and cultures. Merchant networks between Venice and the Near East in the Renaissance (21st October, 2011).

IV Doctoral school on “Fonti per la storia dell’economia europea (secoli XIV – XVII)”, “La documentazione per la storia del commercio delle materie prime”, Arezzo, Fraternita dei Laici, July 4 – 8, 2011, organized by the École Française de Rome in cooperation with the École Normale Supérieure (Paris), the Université Paris – 7 ‘Denis Diderot’, the Institut d’Histoire

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Moderne et Contemporaine (CNRS-École Normale Supérieure Paris), the Fraternita dei Laici of Arezzo, the Università di Siena and the Istituto storico italiano per il Medioevo; paper:

Commercial Networks and Mercantile Culture. Venice and the Near East in the Renaissance (8th July,

2011).

Other activities

Tutoring activity in Economic History, 1st March 2013 – 30th June 2013, Faculty of Foreign

Languages and Literature, University of Verona.

Linguistic skills*

NATIVE LANGUAGE: Italiano

OTHER LANGUAGES: English – C1 (Reading, Verbal)/B2 (Writing)

French – C1 (Reading, Verbal)/B1 (Writing) Spanish – B2 (Reading)/B1 (Writing and Verbal) German – A1 (Reading, Writing and Verbal)

* European panel for languages knowledge.

Presence as listener to conferences and seminars

Seminar Les institutions marchandes dans l’Europe pré-industrielle: rencontre autour de Sheilagh Ogilvie, École des

hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) (Paris, 25th January 2013).

Serie of seminars “Autour de la responsabilité en justice sous l’Ancien Régime” (organised by Françoise Briegel

and Simona Cerutti), École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) (Paris, November 2012 – February 2013).

Serie of seminars “Comparaison et contextes (Maghreb et Europe occidentale à l’époque moderne)” (organised by

Simona Cerutti and Isabelle Grangaud), École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) (Paris, November 2012 – February 2013).

Serie of seminars “Entreprises, régions de productions et marchés en Europe (XIIIe-XVIe siècles)” (organised by

Mathieu Arnoux and Jacques Bottin), École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) (Paris, November 2012 – February 2013).

IX European Social Sciences History Conference, organized by the International Institute of Social History (Glasgow, 11th – 14th April, 2012).

Università Ca’ Foscari and IUAV of Venice, Seminar Consumo e cultura materiale nell’Europa preindustriale,

La società premoderna di fronte al consumo: un problema storiografico, relator Paola Lanaro (Università

Ca’ Foscari), 29th September, 2011.

Università Ca’ Foscari and IUAV of Venice, Seminar Consumo e cultura materiale nell’Europa preindustriale,

Retailing, consumption and material culture in early modern Germany: evidence from marriage and death inventories, relator Sheilagh Ogilvie (Cambridge University), 29th September, 2011.

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Università Ca’ Foscari and IUAV of Venice, Seminar Consumo e cultura materiale nell’Europa preindustriale, Consumare in una società gerarchica, relator Giovanni Levi (Università Ca’ Foscari), 23rd May, 2011.

Università di Padova, Formazione alla politica, politica della formazione a Venezia in età moderna, 5th May, 2011.

3rd European Congress on World and Global History - London School of Economics, Global

Connections and Comparisons,14th – 17th April 2011.

Università di Verona, Doctoral Seminar Donne a Verona, organized by professor Olivato, relators: Paola

Lanaro, Paola Marini, Alison Smith, 13th January, 2011.

Main work experiences and collaborations

June 2009, Collaboration (realization of interviews) for the project Con-ser srl and Confartigianato provinciale di Venezia “Immigrazione = risorsa” for Venezia Opportunità, Via Banchina Molini, 8 - 30175 Marghera (VE).

April 2009, Collaboration (reception and hostess) at Fiera di Padova for Glitter Comunicazione S.r.l., Via Marzan, 4 - 37019 Peschiera del Garda (VR).

June – July 2006, Tutoring (students supervisor, public relations, checking of official records) at CIPE (Ente Scuola Edile di Padova), via Basilicata 10/12 - 35127 Camin (PD).

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