Members

Ida Mauro

Published by Webmaster on Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Ida Mauro

Professorhttp://www.ub.edu/historiamoderna/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/foto-perfil.pngidamauro@ub.edu934 037 961

Address

Facultat de Geografia i Història (UB)
Montalegre, 6 | 08001 Barcelona
Office 3085

Visiting hours

Wednesday and Friday, 11,00-12,00

Subjects taught

Història Moderna
Història, cultura i Societat a l’Edat Moderna i Contemporània (part d’Història Moderna)
Societat i Cultura a l’Edat Medieval i Moderna (part d’Història Moderna)

Academic career

Full Associate Professor of the Early Modern History Area, Universitat de Barcelona.

2014-2018 Associate Professor of the Early Modern History Area, Universitat de Barcelona.

2011-2014 Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the Department of Early Modern History of the Universitat de Barcelona.

2010-2011 Associate Professor of the Department of Humanities, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

2010 European doctorate in the History of Art from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, with a thesis on the public celebrations of viceroyal Naples in the mid-seventeenth century, read from an unpublished source: the written chronicle, in four volumes, of Andrea Rubino, which details the years 1648-1669.

2005-2008 Predoctoral fellowship (FI-AGAUR Program) at Art’s Department, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Her first work on the Neapolitan viceroyalty was her degree thesis presented in 2004 at the  Università degli Studi della Tuscia de Viterbo  and dedicated to the artistic interests of the Spanish viceroy and diplomat, Gaspar de Bracamonte y Guzmán, Count of Peñaranda, Viceroy of Naples from 1659-1664.

Selected publications

Books

1. Spazio pubblico e rappresentazione del potere. Le cerimonie della città di Napoli dopo la rivolta di Masaniello (1648-1672). Nápoles: FEDOA – Università “Federico II”, 2019.

2. Mauro, I.; Viceconte, M.; Palos, J.-Ll. (eds.), Visione cruzadas. Los virreyes de Nápoles y la imagen de la Monarquía de España en el Barroco, Barcelona, Edicions i Publicacions UB, 2017 – ISBN: 978-84-475-4185-0 Catálogo del proyecto digital www.ub.edu/enbach

Articles

3. ‘«Aunque no hayan mas que el nudo nombre de Embajadores». Gli ambasciatori provinciali della monarchia spagnola e il cerimoniale diplomatico’, Cheiron. Materiali e strumenti di aggiornamento storiografico, 2018-1, pp. 134-158.

4. ‘Un’élite “cattolica”? Mobilità dei vescovi regi del Regno di Napoli (1554-1707)’, Dimensioni e problemi della ricerca storica, 2015-II, pp. 25-44.

5. ‘Crónica festiva de la Nápoles virreinal. La Notitia de Andrea Rubino (1648-1669)’, Cuadernos de Historia Moderna, 34 (2009), pp. 67-93.

6. ‘Le acquisizioni di opere d’arte di Gaspar de Bracamonte y Guzmán, conte di Peñaranda e viceré di Napoli (1659-1664)’, Locus Amoenus, 9 (2009), pp. 155-169.

Book chapters

7. ‘L’éradication de la révolte. Le comte d’Oñate et le système cérémonial de la Naples vice-royale après 1648’, in A. Hugon; Merle (eds.), Soulèvements, révoltes et révolutions dans la Monarchie espagnole au temps des Habsbourg, Madrid, Casa de Velázquez, 2016, pp. 181-202.

8. ‘Royal Festivals in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Naples: The Image of the Spanish Habsburg Kings in the Work of Italian and Spanish Artists’, en L. Gonzalez Fernandez, F. Checa Cremades (eds.), Festival Culture in the World of the Hispanic Habsburgs, Ashgate, 2015, pp. 263-280.

9. Ida Mauro; ValeriaManfrè, ‘Rievocazione dell”immaginario asburgico: le serie di ritratti di vicerè e governatori nelle capitali dell’ ‘Italia spagnola’, in Ricerche sul 600 napoletano. Saggi e documenti 2010, Naples, 2011, pp. 107-135: 108-122, 128-133.

 

Current research avenues

- Comparative study of the delegations in the court of the cities of the Spanish Monarchy (XVI-XVII centuries).
- The patronage of the viceroys of Naples and its effects on cultural movement between Madrid and the Kingdom.
- The cultural action of bishops of royal patronatge at the Kingdom of Naples.

Academia.edu profile: https://ub.academia.edu/IdaMauro

Categories: Uncategorized

Responses are currently closed.