University of Udine

DIpartimento di Studi UManistici
e del patrimonio culturale

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Andrea Gardi

Quattro gambe, buono; due gambe, cattivo.

G. Orwell

Gardi-Ritratto

Andrea Gardi

Storia moderna (M-STO/02)


Andrea Gardi

Storia moderna (M-STO/02)


Gardi-Ritratto

Quattro gambe, buono; due gambe, cattivo.

G. Orwell

Training

  • classical high school 1978
  • Degree in Humanities and license in Humanities from the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa 1983
  • specialization course in Humanities at the Scuola Normale Superiore 1983 / 84–1984 / 85
  • PhD in History (History of European society) 1989
  • Diploma from the School of Archives, Palaeography and Diplomacy of the Bologna State Archive 1993
  • student of the School of History of the Italian Historical Institute for the Modern and Contemporary Age 1996–1997.

Work experiences

  • Teacher of Literary Subjects at public high schools 1985–1991
  • Archivist of the State Historical Scientific Researcher 1991–1997
  • Researcher in Modern History at the Faculty of Languages ​​of Udine 1997–2005
  • Associate Professor of Modern History at the Faculty of Languages ​​of Udine 2005–2010, at the Department of Human Sciences of Udine 2011–2015.

Current position

  • Associate Professor of Modern History at the Department of Humanities in Udine since 2016; National Academic Qualification as a Full Professor of Modern History from 2017.

Teaching

  • Researcher, at the Faculties of Languages ​​and literature of Udine and Ferrara, teaching, modules, assignments and substitutes of History of Eastern Europe and Modern History; the SSIS of Udine, a laboratory of Introduction to history.
  • Associate professor, Modern History courses in CDL in Cultural Mediation, Languages, Public Relations, Form Theory (interfaculty), Humanities, Cultural Tourism, Cultural Heritage; course of Modern History Laboratory at the course of Humanities; course of History of the European Society for the Master's degree in Languages ​​for international communication; History of the Ancient Italian States for the Master's degree in Interuniversity in
    Historical Studies from the Middle Ages to the Contemporary Age.
  • Member of the Doctoral colleges in History: cultures and structures of the border areas (2001–2013) and in History of Societies, Institutions and Thinking. From Medieval to Contemporary History (interuniversity, University of Udine and Trieste) since 2013.

Research

  • main research fields, for the period between the fourteenth and nineteenth centuries: structure of the society of the old regime; administrative organization of states of ancient regime; prosopography, careers, ideology of princely officers; economy and finance in the old regime; ecclesiastical institutions and religious conscience; social role and organization of education and culture; knowledge and intercultural exchanges in the modern age; historical cartography and chronology; sources for the study of modern history; methodology of the historical investigation.
  • member of the History of Homeland Deputation for the provinces of Romagna since 2003
  • member of the scientific committee of the series “Fonti per la Storia della Chiesa in Friuli. Serie moderna e contemporanea" published by the Pio Paschini Institute for the History of the Church in Friuli since 2014 and corresponding member of the same Institute since 2016
  • member of the scientific committee of the "Documenta" magazine from 2017.

Publications

La Moldavia nella Descrittione delle Misie, Dacie e Illirico di Luigi Ferdinando Marsigli (1698)

in: C. Luca, G. Masi (curr.), La storia di un ri–conoscimento: i rapporti tra l’Europa Centro–Orientale e la Penisola italiana dal Rinascimento all’Età dei Lumi, Udine-Braila 2012, 329–351

Making of an Oligarchy: The Ruling Classes of Bologna

in: S.R. Blanshei (cur.), A Companion to Medieval and Renaissance Bologna, Leiden-Boston 2018, 310–334