Professor

Francesca Trivellato

School of Historical Studies
Early Modern History
Affiliation
Historical Studies
Field of Study
Early Modern History
Home Institution
Yale University

A leading historian of early modern Italy and continental Europe, Francesca Trivellato has made significant and groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of the organization and culture of the marketplace in the pre-industrial world. Trivellato's original and imaginative research has revitalized the study of early economic history, and her influential work on cross-cultural trade intersects the fields of European, Jewish, Mediterranean, and global history, religion, and capitalism.

Dates at IAS
Faculty
  • Historical Studies
7/2018current
Member
  • Historical Studies
9/201212/2012 Fall
Degrees
Brown University Ph.D., 2004
Università Luigi Bocconi, Milan Ph.D., 1999
Università Ca' Foscari Venezia B.A., 1995
Honors
Editorships and Advisory Boards: American Historical Review (2017–20), Journal of Economic History (2012–16), Jewish History (2011–15), Journal of Modern History (2010–12)
Fellowships: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (2012–13), American Academy in Berlin (2013), American Council of Learned Societies (2006–07), Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (2006–07), Fulbright Scholarship (1996–97)
Appointments
Yale University 2017–2018 Barton M. Biggs Professor of History
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris 2017–2017 Visiting Professor
Yale University 2012–2017 Frederick W. Hilles Professor of History
Paris Institute of Political Studies 2016–2016 Visiting Professor
California Institute of Technology 2012–2012 Visiting Professor
Yale University 2007–2012 Professor of History
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris 2010–2010 Visiting Professor
Yale University 2004–2007 Assistant Professor of History
Università Ca' Foscari Venezia 2001–2003 Assistant Professor of Early Modern European History