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"The Mediterranean Napoleonic Crisis That Did Not End and Got Tongues Wagging" in Roundtable on Konstantina Zanou's "Transnational Patriotism in the Mediterranean, 1800-1850: Stammering the Nation" in The Historical Journal.
“How to Survive in a Holocaust City: d’Annunzio and Fiume” in Atti del Convegno Fiume 1919-2019. Un centenario europeo tra identità, memorie e prospettive di ricerca. Vittoriale degli Italiani
When Comparison Threatened, Empowered, and Was Omnipresent"
in Slavic Review
"Balkan Initiatives to Make Europe: Two Cases from Mid-Nineteenth-Century Dalmatia" in Balkans as Europe, 1821-1914, edited by Tim Snyder and Katherine Younger
“Away or Homeward Bound? The Slippery Case of Mediterranean Place in the Era before Nation-
in Mediterranean Diasporas: Politics and Ideas in the Long Nineteenth Century, edited by
Maurizio Isabella and Konstantina Zanou
“Partisan Legacies and Anti-Imperialist Ambitions: The Little Red Book in Italy and Yugoslavia”
in The Little Red Book: A Global History of Quotations from Chairman Mao, edited by Alexander C.
“The Risorgimento: A Multinational Movement”
in The Risorgimento Revisited: Nationalism and Culture in Nineteenth-Century Italy, edited by Silvana Patriarca and Lucy Riall
“Bordertopia: Pacifico Valussi and the Challenge of Borderlands in the Mid Nineteenth Century,”
California Italian Studies, Volume 2, Issue 1, Issue Editors: Albert R. Ascoli and Randolph Starn
“A Poet’s Struggle for a New Adriaticism in the Nineteenth Century”
in Austrian History Yearbook
Awarded second prize in the 2011 R. John Rath Article Prize competition
“A Mission of Mediation: Dalmatia’s Multi-National Regionalism, 1830s-1860s”
in Different paths to the nation. Regional and national identities in Germany, Italy, and the Habsburg Monarchy, 1830-
1870, edited by Laurence Cole and Alberto Mario Banti