Salvatore Marino

Universidad de Barcelona,

Salvatore Marino is a Lecturer of Medieval History at the University of Barcelona. He graduated in Medieval History (MA, cum laude) at the Seconda Università di Napoli (2002), and later he specialized, cum laude, in Archives and Palaeography at “La Sapienza” Università di Roma (2006). In 2012 he obtained his Ph.D. (doctor europæus) in Medieval History, Institutions, and Archives at the Università di Siena, with a thesis focused on the medieval hospitals in Naples and Barcelona.

He has been fellow at the ISMed-CNR (2017-2018), at the University of Naples, as a ERC researcher (2012-2013), at the Institut d’Estudis Catalans in Barcelona (2010 and 2014), at the Università di Siena (2008-2011), at the Istituto Italiano di Studi Storici in Naples (2006-2008), and at other European institutions.

His research interests and his publications are mainly focused on four fields of study: charity and hospitals in the Western Mediterranean; urban history; Childhood and apprenticeship; medieval confraternities in Southern Italy. In addition to his main monograph, Ospedali e città nel Regno di Napoli (Florence, 2014), he recently edited the volume (with David D’Andrea), Confraternities in Southern Italy. Art, Politics, and Religion (1100-1800), published by the Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (Toronto, 2021).