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Professor Antonella Alimento

Professor Antonella Alimento

Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Pisa


Biography:

Antonella Alimento PhD in Early Modern History at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, is an Associate Professor in Early Modern History at the University of Pisa. In January 2014, she received a Full Professor qualification.

Antonella Alimentois a historian of the eighteenth century who specialised in European political and economic history. Her research in the history of finance and the European circulation and reception of late mercantilism and physiocratic economic thought have been published in several places.

For further details, see
https://pisa.academia.edu/AntonellaAlimento/CurriculumVitae

Research Interests

Antonella Alimento, professor of Early Modern History at the University of Pisa, is interested in cultural aspects of migratory processes, paying particular attention to the transfer of economic and political knowledge generated by the intra-European migration of political and religious minorities (such as the contribution of the Huguenots in Great Britain following the revocation of the Edict of Nantes (1685), and the contribution of the Jacobites in France following the Glorious Revolution (1688)).