Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Giulia Bonazza is currently Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global fellow in Columbia University (NY) and Ca’Foscari University (Venice) with a project titled The Darker Shades of Black. The Value of Skin Colour in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Slave and Labour Markets, 1750-1886. She is former fellow at the German Historical Institute in Rome (2018) and former Max Weber post-doctoral fellow at the European University Institute (Florence) (2016-2017). She is associated member of the Centre International de Recherches sur les esclavages (CIRESC-CNRS) in Paris and member of the management committee of the Italian Society of Labour History (SISLav). She is involved in the project DATAS Documenting Africans in Trans-Atlantic Slavery: https://esclavages.cnrs.fr/vie-scientifique/datas/. Among her publications Abolitionism and the Persistence of Slavery in Italian States (1750-1850), Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019; “Connecting the Mediterranean and the Atlantic: forms of slavery in Naples and Rome (1750- 1850)”, Journal of Global Slavery, Brill, 3 (2018): 152- 175; “Schiavi a Roma tra non libertà e libertà,” Parolechiave 55 (2016): 109-119; “Le Créole Patriote (1792-1794): un pont entre deux révolutions” Società e Storia 151 (2016): 33-64.