Affiliated Researchers

Professor Dr. Marco Cavarzere
marco.cavarzere[at]unive.it

Marco Cavarzere (PhD 2009, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa) is researcher at the Ca' Foscari University of Venice. He publishes on the histories of communication and ideas, on confessional cultures as well as the Protestant Reformation, and on early modern statehood and administrative history. His research focuses on the polycentric and  pluralistic nature of ecclesiastical (including papal) jurisdictions in global context.

Dr. Cecilia Cristellon

c.cristellon[at]em.uni-frankfurt.de

Cecilia Cristellon (PhD in History 2005, European University Institute) is a research fellow for the Chair of Early Modern History at Goethe University Frankfurt, where she works on 'Architectures of Order: Practices and Discourses between Design and Knowledge,' a project supported by the LOEWE excellence initative of the State of Hessen. Her research focuses on interreligious contacts and conflicts (including mixed marriages and rites of passage) in the Roman congregations during the early modern era, analysing ecclesiastical courts and the polycentric administration of religious difference.

Dr. Elke Morlok

morlok[at]em.uni-frankfurt.de

Dr. Niels Eggerz

niels.eggerz[at]fau.de

Dr. Cesare Santus

cesare.santus[at]uclouvain.be

Dr. Cesare Santus works on confessional dynamics within the Eastern Christian communities of the Ottoman Empire (with a focus on the Armenians) and the role of the Roman Inquisition with respect to the doctrinal problems posed by Catholic missions in the East. He is the author of Trasgressioni necessarie. Communicatio in sacris, coesistenza e conflitti tra le comunità cristiane orientali (2019) and various articles on eastern Christians and the Muslim presence in Italy.

Contact

Prof. Dr. Birgit Emich
Historisches Seminar
Lehrstuhl für Geschichte der Frühen Neuzeit
Goethe-Universität
Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1
D-60629 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: +49-(0) 69/798-32594
E-Mail: emich[at]em.uni-frankfurt.de

Administration Office
Claudia Pätzold
Historisches Seminar
Lehrstuhl für Geschichte der Frühen Neuzeit
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
IG Farbenhaus 3.413
Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1
D-60629 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: +49-(0) 69/798-32595
E-Mail: c.paetzold[at]em.uni-frankfurt.de


E-Mail:
pluralchristianities@em.uni-frankfurt.de