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JCU Authors Bibliography

Fabrizio Conti

Publications from 2012 on

Conti, Fabrizio. 2022. “Pagan and Christian Identities in the Later Roman Empire: Maximus of Turin and His Sermons on Magic and Superstition.” In “Nemo Non Metuit”: Magic in the Roman World, edited by Fabrizio Conti and Elizabeth Ann Pollard, 493–517. Budapest: Trivent.

Conti, Fabrizio, and Elizabeth Ann Pollard, eds. 2022. "Nemo Non Metuit”: Magic in the Roman World. Budapest: Trivent.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2021. “Circulation of Magic and Folkloric Traditions in the Times of Antonino of Florence and Bernardino of Siena.” In Folklore, Magic, and Witchcraft, edited by Marina Montesano, 156–66. Routledge.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2021. Review of Streghe, Sciamani, Visionari. In margine a Storia notturna di Carlo Ginzburg, by Cora Presezzi. Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft 15 (3): 427–30.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2021. Review of The Holy Land in Observant Franciscan Texts (c. 1480–1650): Theology, Travel, and Territoriality, by Marianne P. Ritsema van Eck.” Renaissance Quarterly 74 (4): 1363–65.

Conti, Fabrizio, ed. 2020. Civilizations of the Supernatural: Witchcraft, Ritual, and Religious Experience in Late Antique, Medieval, and Renaissance Traditions. Trivent. doi: 10.22618/TP.HMWR.20201.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2020. Review of Classical Culture and Witchcraft in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, by Marina Montesano. Giornale di Storia 11.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2020. “Tracing the Boundaries of the Unfathomable: An Introduction to Civilizations of the Supernatural.” In Civilizations of the Supernatural: Witchcraft, Ritual, and Religious Experience in Late Antique, Medieval, and Renaissance Traditions, 5–11. Budapest: Trivent. doi:10.22618/TP.HMWR.20201.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2019a. “D’Ailly, Pierre.” In Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy, edited by Marco Sgarbi, 1–3. Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2019b. “Notes on the Nature of Beliefs in Witchcraft: Folklore and Classical Culture in Fifteenth Century Mendicant Traditions.Religions 10 (10): 576.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2017a. Review of L’agiografia su Bernardino Santo (1450-1460), by Daniele Solvi. Memorie Domenicane 48: 414–18.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2017b. Review of Rewriting Magic: An Exegesis of the Visionary Autobiography of a Fourteenth-Century French Monk, by Claire Fanger. Speculum 92 (3): 814–16.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2017c. “Writing Sermons in the Age of Humanism: Considerations on Penitence and the Memento Mori in Bernardino Busti of Milan.” Proceedings of the International Conference ‘L’Osservanza Francescana Fra Italia Ed Europa Centrale’, Szeged, 5-6 December 2014. Chronica: Annual of the Institute of History, University of Szeged 15: 201–14.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2016a. “Church Reform and Cardinals in Early Modern Italy: Suggestions from the Libellus Ad Leonem X (1513) by Paolo Giustiniani and Pietro Querini.” Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Historica 20: 85–95.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2016b. “Grids for Confessing Sins: Notes on Instruments for Pastoral Care in Late Medieval Milan.” In Religious Orders and Religion Identity Formation, ca. 1420-1620: Discourses and Strategies of Observance and Pastoral Engagement, edited by Bert Roest and Johanneke Uphoff, 201–13. Leiden: Brill. 

Conti, Fabrizio. 2015. Witchcraft, Superstition, and Observant Franciscan Preachers: Pastoral Approach and Intellectual Debate in Renaissance Milan. Vol. 18. Europa Sacra. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. 

Conti, Fabrizio. 2014. “A kétely kezdetei: A milánói ferences obszervancia és a boszorkányság a 15–16. század fordulóján.AETAS - Történettudományi folyóirat, no. 1: 66–85.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2014. Review of Christ Transformed into a Virgin Woman. Lucia Brocadelli, Heinrich Institoris and the Defense of Faith, by Tamar Herzig. Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft 9 (1): 90–93.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2013. “Bernardino Busti. Some Themes and Tendencies of Quattrocento Society in a Late Franciscan Observant.” In Coexistence and Cooperation in the Middle Ages. IV European Congress of Medieval Studies F.I.D.E.M. (Federation Internationale Des Instituts d’Études Medievales), Palermo 23 -27 June 2009, edited by Alessandro Musco and Giuliana Musotto, 369–80.

Conti, Fabrizio. 2012. “Mulieres Religiosae tra santità e stregoneria nella tarda Osservanza Francescana.” In Agiografia e Culture Popolari/Hagiography and Popular Cultures - 28-30 October 2010, edited by Paolo Golinelli, 329–44. Bologna:Clueb.