Enrico Veneziani

Enrico Veneziani

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Biographical note

Enrico Veneziani received his bachelor’s (2010) and master’s (2012) degrees from Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna. He earned his PhD from the University of St. Andrews (UK) with a thesis entitled The Ecclesiology of the Papacy of Honorius II (1124-1130), with a Preliminary Calendar of Letters (2018). He was a fellow at the Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo (2019-2020) and received a research fellowship by the NEH at Saint Louis University (USA) – Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (2020). He specializes in ecclesiastical history between the 11th and 13th centuries, with a special interest in papal history, the 11th century reformation, and the Abbey of Montecassino. He was Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellow and integrated researcher at the Center for Religious History Studies (UCP-CEHR), with the project Sub beati Petri et nostra protectione suscipimus: Reframing the relations between Rome and the kingdoms of Portugal and Aragon (11th-13th centuries). He is currently an FCT grant holder and integrated researcher at the Transdisciplinary Research Centre for Culture, Space and Memory (CITCEM-UP), with the project “The Pope’s men. Papal legates, judges delegate, and representatives in the Iberian Peninsula (XI-XIII centuries)”,