Dennj Solera

Dennj Solera: Graduated in Historical Sciences at the University of Padua in 2014, he obtained the europaeus doctorate in Historical Studies at the University of Florence in 2018, carrying out part of his training at the Université d’Aix-Marseille, l’Escuela Española of Rome, the European Institute of Fiesole, the Institut d’historire de la Réformation de Genève and the CREMS of the University of York. In 2018 he collaborated with the Gramsci Foundation of Rome, contributing to the reorganization of the Lucio Lombardo Radice fund. In 2019-2020 he was research fellow at the DiSSgeA of Padua (Department of Excellence), participating in the Mobility Studies project, the Bo2022 project and directing the internship aimed at building the university database (Nodegoat). He is currently an expert on the subject at the chairs of Modern History in Florence and Padua, at the History of Christianity chair at the Alma Mater. His works are dedicated to the social and material history of the Roman Inquisition, to inquisitorial brotherhoods, to ecclesiastical jurisdiction, to sacrifice and to the history of universities in the early modern age.