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14/12/21-14:00, ‘Men in Arms’: Banditry, Revolution, and Counter-guerrilla (ca.1750s-1915)-3

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14/12/21-14:00, ‘Men in Arms’: Banditry, Revolution, and Counter-guerrilla (ca.1750s-1915)-3

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The struggle for sovereignty characterized the transition from the ancien régime to the modern world. Since the Atlantic Revolutions and up to the First World War, the rise of new empires and nation-states sharpened massive phenomena of insurgency and counterinsurgency. In an era of porous borders and fragile institutions, challenging or defending order engaged not only regular forces and armies, but also a diverse range of “men in arms”. Charismatic figures, organized in private companies or highly mobile irregular units, led actions of banditry, guerrilla warfare, and ethnic-religious revolt, interweaving individual ambitions with more general type claims. Bringing together case studies from Latin America to Central Europe to North Africa, the seminar explores practices and military strategies of irregular warfare in the modern world.

Speakers

Emiliano Beri
Università di Genova

Paolo Calcagno
Università di Genova

Carmen Caligiuri
Università di San Marino

Antoine-Marie Graziani
Université de Corse Pascal-Paoli

Arianna Arisi Rota
Università di Pavia

Angél R. Lombardi Boscán
Universidad del Zulia

Andrés M. Vicent Fanconi
European University Institute

Alessandro Bonvini
Scuola Superiore Meridionale (Università di Napoli ‘Federico II’)

Carmine Pinto
Università di Salerno

Daniel Macías Fernández
Universidad de Cantabria

Gregorio Alonso
Università di Leeds

Fernando Padilla Angulo
University of Bristol

Dmitar Tasić
Univerzita Hradec Králové

Spyros Tsoutsoumpis
New Europe College, Institute for Advanced Study

Martin Valkov
Sofijski Universitet

Jacopo Lorenzini
Università di Macerata

 

Coordinator
Alessandro Bonvini
Scuola Superiore Meridionale (Università di Napoli ‘Federico II’)

Course Info

Course Start Date 14/12/2021
Course End Date 14/12/2021
Time14:00

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