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Department of History
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive MC 0104
La Jolla , California , 92093-0104
jmarino@ucsd.edu
(858) 534-3041
H&SS Room: 5072

Curriculum Vitae

John Marino has been teaching at UCSD since 1979. He received his BA (1968), MA (1970), and PhD (1977) from the University of Chicago. He specializes in Early Modern European History, Renaissance and Reformation Europe, the early modern Mediterranean world, Spanish Italy, the city and kingdom of Naples, and the Italian South.

Publications

Books

  • Becoming Neapolitan: Civic Culture in Baroque Naples(Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011) 
  • Pastoral Economics in the Kingdom of Naples (1988)
  • ed. with Thomas James Dandelet, Spain in Italy: Politics, Society, and Religion, 1500-1700 (Leiden: Brill, 2007)
  • ed., Early Modern History and the Social Sciences: Testing the Limits of Braudel's Mediterranean (2002).
  • ed., Early Modern Italy 1550-1796 (2002).
  • ed., with Thomas Kuehn, A Renaissance of Conflicts: Visions and Revisions of Law and Society in Italy and Spain (2004).
  • ed. and trans. with Antonio Calabria, Good Government in Spanish Naples (1990).

Articles

  • ed. with Geoffrey Symcox, "The Culture of Enlightenment and Reform in Eighteenth-Century Italy," in Journal of Modern Italian Studies 10:2 (2005): 131-244.
  • "Italy in the Long Sixteenth Century," in Handbook of European History in the Later Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Reformation, 1400-1600 , ed. Thomas A. Brady, Jr., Heiko A. Oberman, and James D. Tracy (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1994), 1: 331-367.
  • "On the Shores of Bohemia: Recovering Geography," in Early Modern History and the Social Sciences: Testing the Limits of Braudel's Mediterranean , ed. John A. Marino (2002), pp. 3-32.
  • "An Ani-Campanellan Vision on the Spanish Monarchy and the Crisis of 1595" in A Renaissance of Conflicts: Visions and Revisions of Law and Society in Italy and Spain, eds. John A. Marino and Thomas Kuehn (2004), pp. 367-393.
  • "The Exile and His Kingdom: The Reception of Braudel's Mediterranean," Journal of Modern History 76:3 (September 2004): 622-652.
  • "The Foreigner and the Citizen: A Dialogue on Good Government in Spanish Naples," Reason and its Others: Italy, Spain and the New World (1500s-1700s), eds. David Castillo and Massimo Lollini (Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, Hispanic Issues, 2006), pp. 145-164.
  • "Emblematic Knowledge: Giulio Cesare Capaccio on Governing States and Self," in Storia Sociale e Politica: Omaggio a Rosario Villari, eds. Alberto Merola, et al. (Milan: FrancoAngeli, 2007), pp. 282-301.
  • "The Invention of Europe," in The Renaissance World, ed. John Jeffries Martin (London: Routledge, 2007).
  • "The Zodiac in the Streets: Inscribing 'Buon Governo' in Baroque Naples," in Embodiments of Power: Building Baroque Cities in Austria and Europe , eds. Gary B. Cohen and Franz A. J. Szabo (Berghahn Books, 2007).

Courses Taught

  • Revelle Humanities 3. Renaissance and Reformation.
  • HIEU 120. Renaissance in Italy.
  • HIEU 122. Politics Renaissance Italian Style.
  • HIEU 125. Reformation Europe.
  • HIGR 220. Early Modern Europe I (1350-1650).

Current Research

  • Mezzogiorno and Modernity: Southern Italian History from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment