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Francesca Trivellato

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Professor - Invitée de l'EHESS
Institution(s) de rattachement : Yale University
Equipe(s) : GEHM

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Yale University
Department of History
320 York Street
P.O. Box 208324
Office RKZ 341
New Haven, CT 06520-8324




Francesca Trivellato is a historian of early modern Europe and the Mediterranean whose interests revolve around a broad set of questions about the organization and the culture of the market place in the pre-industrial world.  

She received her BA from the University of Venice, Italy (1995), a PhD in economic and social history from the Luigi Bocconi University in Milan (1999), and a PhD in history from Brown University (2004). She is a recipient of fellowships from the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, the American Council of Learned Societies, the Institute for Advanced Study, the American Academy in Berlin, and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

Her The Familiarity of Strangers: The Sephardic Diaspora, Livorno, and Cross-Cultural Trade in the Early Modern Period (Yale University Press, 2009) won the 2010 AHA Leo Gershoy Award for the most outstanding work published in English on any aspect of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century European history; was the co-winner of the Jordan Schnitzer Book Award for the best book in Early Modern and Modern Jewish History published in English between 2006 and 2010; and was selected for the long list of the 2010 Cundill Prize in History.

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Dans le cadre du séminaire d’Antoine Lilti et Silvia Sebastiani, Historiographie des Lumières
Between Usury and the “Spirit of Commerce”: Jews and Credit in Eighteenth-Century France, from Montesquieu to the French Revolution

Vendredi 5 mai de 11h à 13h

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Dans le cadre du séminaire collectif du GEHM, Historiographies modernes : histoire, écritures, temporalités,
Community, and the Market: Notes on a New Quantitative Project on Early Modern Tuscany
Lundi 15 mai de 14h à 17h

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Dans le cadre du séminairede Natalia Muchnik, Les diasporas : échelles d'intégrations et modes d'appartenances (16e-19e siècle)
From Status to Contract ? Commerce, Jews, and Europe's Transition to Modernity (17th and 18th Centuries)

Jeudi 18 mai de 17h à 19h
EHESS (Salle 5) – 105, boulevard Raspail – 75006 Paris

Dans le cadre du séminaire collectif Savoirs, institutions, économies. Histoires connectées et dynamiques globales
Microhistory and Global History

Vendredi 3 juin de 15h à 19h

EHESS (Salle M. & D. Lombard) – 96, boulevard Raspail – 75006 Paris


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