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Prof. Dr. Daniela Luigia Caglioti

Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, I

Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS)
School of History

Born 1962; 1985 Diploma in Philosophy at the Università di Napoli Federico II; 1986 Research Prize, Istituto Calabrese per la Storia dell'Antifascismo e della Resistenza, Cosenza (Italy); 1987-1990 Research Scholar, European University Institute, San Domenico di Fiesole (Italy);1990 (Feb.-May) Elève stagiaire Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociale, Paris; 1992 PhD in History at the European University Institute, San Domenico di Fiesole, Italy; 1993-1995 Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Department of History, Università degli Studi di Napoli «Federico II»; 1995 SISSCO (Società Italiana per lo studio della storia contemporanea) Award for the book Il guadagno difficile. Commercianti napoletani nella seconda metà dell'Ottocento, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1994; 1996-1997 Visiting Fellow University of Essex, UK; 1997-1998 Visiting Fellow University College London, UK; 1998-2002 Research Fellow, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Storia Economica del Mezzogiorno, Napoli; 2001 (Nov.-Dec.) Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of Historical Research, London, UK; since 2002 Associate Professor in Modern and Contemporary History, Università di Napoli Federico II; 2007 (February) Visiting Research Fellow Friedrich-Meinecke Institut für Geschichte, Freie Universität, Berlin; 2009 (Jan.-Sept.) Visiting Scholar Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (USA); 2010-2011 FRIAS Fellowship; 2011 (Jan-April) Member of the School of History, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (NJ) (Winter Term)

Books, Proceedings, Editions, and Articles (10 selected)
- Il guadagno difficile. Commercianti napoletani nella seconda metà dell'Ottocento, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1994.
- Associazionismo e sociabilità d'élite a Napoli nel XIX secolo, Napoli, Liguori, 1996
- Vite parallele. Una minoranza protestante nell'Italia dell'800, Bologna, il Mulino, 2006.
- Elite migrations in modern Italy: patterns of settlement, integration and identity negotiation, special issue of «Journal of Modern Italian Studies» 13 (2) 2008.
- with A. Arru e F. Ramella (a cura di), Donne e uomini migranti. Storie e geografie tra breve e lunga distanza, Roma, Donzelli, 2008.
- 'False notizie, complotti e vociferazioni: gendarmi, intendenti e paure nel Regno delle due Sicilie nel 1848', Società e Storia, 2001, no. 94, pp. 725-41.
- 'Eine Welt für sich. Endogamie und Nicht-Integration einer schweizerisch-deutschen Wirtschaftselite in Süditalien im 19. Jahrhundert", in L'Homme. Z. F. G., vol. 17, 2006, 2, pp. 61-80.
- 'Trust, Business Group, and Social Capital: Building a Protestant Entrepreneurial Network in 19th Century Naples', in Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 13 (2) 2008, pp. 219-236.

FRIAS research project
“A Transnational History of the Treatment of Enemy Aliens during WWI. A Chapter in 20th-Century Demographic and Socio-Economic Engineering”
The main aim of my book is to produce a transnational, comparative history of the treatment of enemy aliens in WWI, capable of showing the interaction among countries and the process of convergence and divergence in the policies and their implementation. I plan not only to add a chapter to the history of the involvement of civilians in the war but also to contribute to the literature on the changing notion of citizen and citizenship during the war and in its aftermath.

This issue will be addressed by studying how states, public opinions, and popular movements 'racialized' citizenship, built the image of the internal and the external enemy, treated civilian aliens and ethnic and religious minorities and, largely shaken by a wave of irrational hysteria, fuelled by false rumours and legends, transformed aliens and minorities into potentially dangerous enemies putting in place, in some areas more than in others, process of demographic engineering.