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Ca’ Foscari University in Venice
Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies
Palazzo Cosulich, Dorsoduro 1405, 30123 Venice (Italy)

stefano.petrungaro[at]unive.it

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Senior Researcher, Ca’ Foscari University in Venice

Stefano Petrungaro, Ph.D., is currently Senior Researcher at the Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, Italy. Before joining Ca’ Foscari, he was Senior Researcher at the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies in Regensburg, Germany (2012-2017). He graduated (2002) and earned his Ph.D. in European Social History at the University Ca´ Foscari in Venice (2006), after a research stay within the framework of the European Doctorate in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean at the School for Slavonic and East European Studies, University College of London (2004). He was visiting research fellow at the Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Leipzig (2006, 2007), visiting lecturer at the University of Zagreb (2007-2011), and post-doc research fellow at the University of Padua (2008–2011).
He is editorial advisory board correspondent of the academic journal “Passato e presente. Rivista di storia contemporanea“, and member of the editorial academic board of the “Labour History Studies Series” edited by SISLav (Italian Society of Labour History).

Thèmes de recherches
 

  • social marginality and labour history in South-Eastern Europe
  • cultural and social history of the late Habsburg Empire (with particular attention to popular protest)
  • history of violence in South-Eastern Europe (19th-20th century)
  • collective memories, public uses of the past

Publications

I. Monographies
 

Stefano Petrungaro, Balcani: una storia di violenza?[The Balkans: A History of Violence?], Carocci, Rome 2012

Stefano Petrungaro, Pietre e fucili. La protesta sociale nelle campagne croate di fine Ottocento [Stones and Rifles. Social Protest in the Croatian Countryside at the End of the 19th Century], Viella, Rome 2009

Croatian translation: Kamenje i puške. Društveni protest na hrvatskom selu krajem XIX. stoljeća, transl. by Jasna Rešić, SrednjaEuropa, Zagreb 2011

Laura Cerasi, Rolf Petri, Stefano Petrungaro, Porti di frontiera. Industria e commercio a Trieste, Fiume e Pola tra le guerre mondiali [Harbours at the Frontier. Industry and Trade in Trieste, Fiume and Pola Between the Two World Wars], Viella, Rome 2008

Stefano Petrungaro, Riscrivere la storia. Il caso della manualistica croata (1918-2004) [Rewriting History. The Case of the Croatian Textbooks: 1918-2004], foreword by Stuart Woolf, Fondazione Federico Chabod, Stylos, Aosta 2006

Croatian edition: Pisati povijest iznova. Hrvatski udžbenici povijesti 1918.-2004. godine, transl. by Franko Dota, SrednjaEuropa, Zagreb 2009

II. Directions d’ouvrages et de numéros de revue
 

La fine della Jugoslavia: tempo di bilanci, edited and with an introduction by S. Petrungaro, with contributions by Marie-Janine Calic, Jasna Dragović-Soso, Irena Ristić, Passato e presente. Rivista di storia contemporanea, 90 (3), 2013, pp.17-36.

Vito Francesco Gironda, Michele Nani, Stefano Petrungaro (eds),Imperi coloniali. Italia, Germania e la costruzione del “mondo coloniale”, thematic issue of 900. Per una storia del tempo presente, 2009/1.

Stefano Petrungaro (ed.), Fratelli di chi. Libertà, uguaglianza e guerra nel Quarantotto asburgico[Whose Brothers? Freedom, Equality and War in the 1848 Revolutions in the Habsburg Empire], Edizioni Spartaco, Santa Maria Capua Vetere 2008.

III. Articles
 

Stefano Petrungaro, Popular Protest Against Hungarian Symbols in Croatia (1883-1903). A Study in Visual History, in: «Cultural and Social History. The Journal of the Social History Society», 13 (2016), 4, pp. 503-520.

Stefano Petrungaro, “La ricerca sull´Europa orientale in Germania”, Passato e presente, 33 (2015), 95, pp. 101-120.

Stefano Petrungaro, “Hostels for Jobless Workers in Interwar Yugoslavia (1921-1941)”, International Review of Social History, 59 (2014), 3, pp. 443–471.

Stefano Petrungaro, “The Fluid Boundaries of ´Work´. Some Considerations about Concepts, Approaches, and South-Eastern Europe”, Südost-Forschungen, 72/2013,271-286.

Stefano Petrungaro, “Annettere e connettere: l’Istria e Fiume”, Qualestoria, 38, 2010/1, 29-39

Stefano Petrungaro, “Il nation-building in Croazia. Gli studi recenti“, Memoria e ricerca, 30, 2009/2, 129-146.

Stefano Petrungaro,“Moderne Staatsgewalt in Kroatien-Slawonien am Ende des 19. Jh.“, Jahrbücher für Geschichte und Kultur Südosteuropas, 2007/08, 9-10, 46-67.

Stefano Petrungaro,“Gli istituti statali di storia contemporanea nei paesi successori della Jugoslavia. Uno sguardo d’insieme”, Quaderni storici, 43 (2008), 2/128, 433-453.

Stefano Petrungaro, “A scuola di trauma. In Jugoslavia e poi”, Passato e presente. Rivista di storia contemporanea, 24 (2006), 68, 75-98.

Stefano Petrungaro, “Slike povijesti”, Povijest u nastavi, III (2005), 1 (5), pp. 7-28; republished in Razlika-Diffèrance. Časopis za kritiku i umjetnost teorije, 2005/10-11, 233-254.

Stefano Petrungaro, “L’Europa dell’Est, o a est dell’Europa. In margine a un dibattito intorno a mental maps, confini e balcanismo”, 900. Per una storia del tempo presente, 2004/10, 77-86.

Stefano Petrungaro, “Sui banchi di scuola in Croazia: la storia nazionale ad uso didattico e le sue rielaborazioni lungo il ‘900”, Memoria e ricerca. Rivista di storia contemporanea, 2004/15, 113-128.

Stefano Petrungaro, “La riscrittura della storia in Croazia”, Passato e presente. Rivista di storia contemporanea, 20 (2002), 55, 35-42.

IV. Chapitres d’ouvrages et actes de colloque
 

Stefano Petrungaro, “Interwar Yugoslavia Looked Through Corporatist Glasses”, in: Antonio Costa Pinto (ed.), Corporatism and Fascism: The Corporatist Wave in Europe, London: Routledge, 2017, 236-256.

Stefano Petrungaro, “Il confine sfuggente: il caso dei Balcani”, in Luigi Blanco, Chiara Tamanini (eds.), La storia attraversa i confini. Esperienze e prospettive didattiche, Carocci, Rome 2015, 101-113.

Stefano Petrungaro, “Fire and Honour. On the Comparability of Popular Protests in late 19th Century Croatia-Slavonia”, in Sabine Rutar (ed.), Beyond the Balkans. Towards an Inclusive History of Southeastern Europe, Lit Verlag, Münster etc. 2014, 221-236

Stefano Petrungaro, “La ´Lotta di liberazione popolare´ in Jugoslavia e negli stati successori: una questione di (r)esistenza”, in: Aldo Agosti, Chiara Colombini (eds), Resistenza e autobiografia della nazione: uso pubblico, rappresentazione, memoria, Edizioni Seb 27, Turin 2013, 309-319.

Stefano Petrungaro,“Novorođena država u potrazi za poviješću (i povjesničarima)”, in Drago Roksandić, Magdalena Najbar-Agičić, Ivana Cvijović Javorina (eds), Desničini susreti 2009. Zbornik radova, Centar za komparativnohistorijske i interkulturne studije, Filozofski Fakultet Press, Zagreb 2011, 122-138.

Stefano Petrungaro, “Jugostalgia. Ripensamenti al cospetto della Jugoslavia defunta”, in Rolf Petri (ed.), Nostalgia. Memoria e passaggi tra le sponde dell’Adriatico, Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, Roma 2009, pp. 255-274.

Stefano Petrungaro,“Die Verteidiger der Eliten. Das Gericht als Arena der Elitenvergesellschaftung in Kroatien-Slawonien (zweite Hälfte des 19. Jhr.)”, in Karsten Holste, Dietlind Hüchtker, Michael G. Müller (eds), Aufsteigen und Obenbleiben in europäischen Gesellschaften des 19. Jahrhunderts. Akteure – Arenen – Aushandlungsprozesse, Akademieverlag, Berlin 2009, 83-98.

Stefano Petrungaro,“Armate asburgiche. Sulla militanza armata femminile”, in S. Petrungaro (ed.), Fratelli di chi. Libertà, uguaglianza e guerra nel Quarantotto asburgico, Edizioni Spartaco, Santa Maria Capua Vetere (CE) 2008, 113-138.

Stefano Petrungaro,“Attraverso il sindacato. I delegati protagonisti del conflitto sociale”, in Luca Baldissara (ed.), Tempi di conflitti, tempi di crisi. Contesti e pratiche del conflitto sociale a Reggio Emilia nei “lunghi anni settanta”, l’Ancora del Mediterraneo, Napoli 2008, 311-348.

Stefano Petrungaro, “Socialismi, jugoslavismi, nazionalismi. Sulle storiografie in Jugoslavia (1945-1990)”, in Lorenzo Bertuccelli, Mila Orlić (eds), Una storia balcanica. Fascismo, comunismo e nazionalismo nella Jugoslavia del Novecento, Edizioni Ombre Corte, Verona 2008, 152-173.

Stefano Petrungaro, “I Balcani e lo spazio dell’(in)ospitalità”, in Riccardo Panattoni, Gianluca Solla (eds), L’ospitalità, l’infrangersi, Marietti, Genova-Milano 2006, 119-127.

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