Forschungsinteressen

    • Kultur- und Sozialgeschichte der Ungleichheit
    • Geschichte der Gefühle
    • Geschichte von Macht, Gemeinschaft und Governance
    • Europäische Geschichte der Frühneuzeit
    • Geschichte Süditaliens, Königreich Neapel

    Projekt

    Ungleichheit und Leidenschaften im Europa des Siebzehnten Jahrhunderts

    Vita

    • PhD in History, University of Cambridge (2011-2015): 'Enmity and Peace-Making in the Kingdom of Naples, c. 1600-1700'
    • Robert Owen Bishop Research Scholar, Christ's College, University of Cambridge (2009-2010)
    • MPhil in Early Modern History, University of Cambridge (2009)
    • BA in History, University of Cambridge (2008)

    Ausgewählte Literatur

    Cummins, Stephen, 'Forgiving Crimes in the Kingdom of Naples', in Stephen Cummins and Laura Kounine (eds.), Cultures of Conflict Resolution in Early Modern Europe (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015).

    Cummins, Stephen, with Laura Kounine, 'Introduction: Confronting Conflict in Early Modern Europe', in Stephen Cummins and Laura Kounine (eds.), Cultures of Conflict Resolution in Early Modern Europe (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015).

    Cummins, Stephen, 'Encountering Spain in Early Modern Naples' in Miles Pattenden and Piers Baker-Bates (eds.), The Spanish Presence in Sixteenth-Century Italy: Images of Iberia (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015), pp. 43-62.

    Cummins, Stephen, 'Negotiating Justice and Passion in European Legal Cultures, ca. 1500-1800', Legal History / Rechtsgeschichte (2017): 252-62.

    Cummins, Stephen, 'Missionaries: False reverence, irreverence and the rethinking of Christian mission in China and India' in B. Gammerl, P. Nielsen and M. Pernau (eds), Encounters with Emotions: negotiating cultural differences since early modernity (pp.37-60) (New York: Berghahn, 2019)

    Cummins, Stephen, 'Jesuit Peace-Making in the Kingdom of Naples: A Case Study of Reconciliation in Early Modern Europe' in Rachel Kerr and Henry Redwood (eds), Reconciliation Histories (Routledge, forthcoming)


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