“Magnificence and Atticism in Seventeenth-Century Venice”, in Gijs Versteegen, Stijn Bussels and Walter Melion (eds.), Magnificence in the Seventeenth Century. Performing Splendour in Catholic and Protestant Contexts, Intersections vol 72, (Leiden: Brill) pp. 261-275
"Ai piedi di Sua Serenità. Media e elezioni ducali nella Venezia di fine Seicento", in Cristoph Cornelissen and Maurizio Cau (eds.), I media nei processi elettorali. Modelli ed esperienze tra età moderna e contemporanea, (Bologna: Il Mulino, 2020) pp. 137-162.
Enrico Zucchi, Alessandro Metlica (eds.), Storia e racconti dalla Res publica. L’Europa moderna di Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato, special issue of “Quaderni Veneti”
Born in Vicenza, in the republic of Venice, Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato (1606-1678) was a man of letters and a professional soldier. He took part in the siege of Breda (1624-1625) and battled for the French and the Habsburg army. In 1640, he published his first historical account, dedicated to the wars led by Ferdinand II and his son Ferdinand III. He wrote several political reports on different European regions, but also biographies of kings and popes.
By focusing on the life and works of this Italian historiographer, this special issue of “Quaderni veneti” aims not only at shedding new light on his relationships with different regimes and European princes, but also, and specially, at investigating how Gualdo Priorato built his narrative about early modern state and sovereignty. Indeed, Gualdo Priorato was both a loyal citizen of the Republic of Venice and a courtier, writing on commission from kings and rulers. In this respect, his literary production allows to question different political ideas and forms of rulership, namely the relation between monarchy and republicanism in the 17th century.
“La “gioiosa entrata” di Francesco Morosini. La festa veneziana in tipografia”, in Matteo Casini (ed.), La "splendida" Venezia di Francesco Morosini (1619-1694): cerimoniali, arti, cultura, (Venezia: Fondazione Cini)
“The Right of Navigation: Claiming and Challenging the Free Sea in Theory and Practice", in Andrew Fitzmaurice and Rachel Hammersley (eds.), The Cambridge History of Rights, vol. 3: The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
“Empire Portrayed: The Representation of Dutch Colonial Authority in the Seventeenth Century", in Alessandro Metlica and Joris Oddens (eds.), The Dutch Republic and the Lure of Monarchy (Turnhout: Brepols)
“Celebrating the Prince from afar. Echoes of the jubilant Terraferma in the orations to the newly elected doges (XVI-XVII Century)” in David Douglas Bryant, Luigi Collarile (eds.), The Soundscape of the Venetian Terraferma in the Early Modern Era, Venetian Music Studies, (Tournhout: Brepols)
“Empire in Fragments: Transatlantic News and Print Media in the Iberian World”, Renaissance Quarterly
"Contesting the Spanish Myth. Republican Shaping of Ambrogio Spinola’s Image in Genoese Literature (1608-1652)", in José Jaime Garcia Bernal, Luca Lo Basso and Silvia Mostaccio (eds.), Ambrogio Spinola entre Gênes, Flandres et Espagne. Réseaux et récits, guerre et finances (1569-1639), (Tournhout: Brepols)
“Repubblicanesimo, anti-spagnolismo e insurrezionismo. Strategia della citazione e della contestazione dei Politicorum di Lipsio nel Tassoni politico”, Parole rubate. Rivista internazionale di studi sulla citazione