LXV Study Week - (Dangerous) Crowds in Pre-Modern and Modern History

FBK Aula Grande

Fondazione Bruno Kessler - Polo delle Scienze Umane e sociali

FBK Aula Grande

Fondazione Bruno Kessler - Polo delle Scienze Umane e sociali

The conference involves scholars from different disciplines to offer new perspectives on crowd research in history. It is divided into five sessions, dedicated to different aspects of the crowd: Images and Representations, Law and Regulations, Emotions and Experience, Politics, and Performance.


Stuart Carroll (University of York)
Robert Darnton (Harvard University)
Theocharis Gregoriadis (Freie Universität Berlin)
William Mazzarella (University of Chicago)
Piroska Nagy (Université du Québec à Montréal)


Speakers, Pre-Modern Era:
Micah Alpagh (University of Central Missouri)
Katie Barclay (University of Adelaide)
Umberto Cecchinato (Università di Trento)
Christian de Pee (University of Michigan)
Sandro Landi (University of Bordeaux Montaigne)
Una McIlvenna (Australian National University, Canberra)
Tiffany Stern (University of Birmingham)
Lidia Zanetti Domingues (University of Sheffield)


Speakers, Modern Era:
Paolo Caroli (Università di Torino)
Maurizio Cau (Istituto storico italo germanico, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento)
Molly Loberg (California Polytechnic State University)
Mikko Salmela (University of Copenhagen)
Nicole Sheriko (Yale University)
Ruth Watson (University of Cambridge)
Donna West Brett (University of Sydney)


This event is funded by the European Union – Next Generation EU, Azione 247 MUR Young Researchers – MSCA/SoE lines” (SOE_0000021) – CUP E63C22002940006.



L’iniziativa è stata realizzata anche grazie al contributo della Direzione generale Educazione, ricerca e istituti culturali del Ministero della Cultura.


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