Professor - Early Modern Europe Social and Economic, Italy
Ph.D., University of Milan
Stefano D'Amico joined the department in 1999 after three years of teaching at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is a specialist in early modern socio-economic European history and urban history, with a focus on Italy. In addition to offering courses in these fields he has been teaching a popular class on the history of the Italian Mafia. His more recent articles on Milanese society and economy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries have appeared in Social History, The Sixteenth Century Journal and The Journal of Family History. He is currently working on his second book, tentatively titled A City within the Empire: Spanish Milan, 1535-
Le contrade e la citta: Sistema produttivo e spazio urbano a Milano fra Cinque e Seicento
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