The Jews and the nation-state in South-East Europe
A short presentation of yourself:
Full professor of History of Eastern Europe, Department of Humanities, University of Trieste.
Coordinator of the project “The Jews and the Nation-States of South-Eastern Europe from the 1848 Revolutions to the Great Depression: Combining viewpoints on a Controversial Story”, Universities of Trieste, Udine, Perugia, and Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa.
Research fields: migrant groups between the Balkans and the Adriatic, their traditional identities and their role in Mediterranean trade, XVIII-XIX c.; modernization processes in the nation-states of South-East Europe.
M. Dogo, “A Respectable Body of Nation”: Religious Freedom and High-risk Trade: The Greek Merchant in Trieste, 1770-1830, “The Historical Review – La Revue Historique”, vol. XII (2010).
M. Dogo, Le minoranze nell’Impero ottomano: risorsa o fattore disintegrativo?, in B. Mazohl, P. Pombeni, eds., Minoranze negli imperi. Popoli fra identità nazionale e ideologia imperiale, Bologna, 2012.