Högre seminariet: International relations from below: French consuls in the 17th- and 18th-century Eastern Mediterranean
Mathieu Grenet. Paris. SCAS. Forskningspresentation.
Mathieu Grenet is an Assistant professor of Early modern history at the University of Toulouse (France), a junior member of the Academic Institute of France, and currently a fellow of the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in Uppsala. He currently serves as the managing editor of the peer-reviewed journal Diasporas. Circulations, migrations, histoire (https://diasporas.revues.org) He has extensively published on international migrations, identity formation and cultural contacts in the early modern world, including his monograph La Fabrique communautaire : les Grecs à Venise, Livourne et Marseille, 1770-1840 (Rome and Athens, 2016). His current research deals with European consular services and networks in the early modern and modern Mediterranean, about which he has recently coordinated several collective volumes: De l'utilité commerciale des consuls. L'institution consulaire et les marchands dans le monde méditerranéen, XVIIe-XIXe siècles ([dir. with Arnaud Bartolomei, Guillaume Calafat and Jörg Ulbert] Rome and Madrid, 2018), Consoli e consolati italiani dagli Stati preunitari al fascismo, 1802-1945 ([dir. with Marcella Aglietti and Fabrice Jesné] Rome, 2020), and La maison consulaire: espaces, fonctions et usagers, XVIe-XXIe siècle (Aix-en-Provence, 2021).