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Journal of Modern Italian Studies

Verdi Perspektiven Journal
Axel Körner Research
  • "Culture for a Cosmopolitan Empire: Rossini between Vienna and the Lands of the Bohemian Crown", in: Ilaria Narici, Emilio Sala, Emanuele Senici, Ben Walton, eds, Gioachino Rossini 1868-2018: La musica e il mondo. (Saggi e fonti, 5). Pesaro: Fondazione Rossini, 2018, 357-80
  • "Dalla storia transnazionale all'opera transnazionale. Per una critica delle categorie nazionali", Saggiatore Musicale XXIV (2017/1), 79-96
  • "Oper, Politik und nationale Bewegung. Mythen um das Werk Giuseppe Verdis", in: Hannes Siegrist und Thomas Hopel, eds, Kunst und Gesellshaft im modernen Europa. Stuttgart: Steiner-Verlag, 2017, 99-110
  • "Italien in Europa und der Welt: Opernpublikum und die Erfahrung gesellschaftlichen Wandels um 1900", in: Richard Erkens, ed., Puccini-Handbuch. Stuttgart: Metzlersche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2017, 30-39
  • "From Hindustan to Brabant: Meyerbeer's Africana and Municipal Cosmopolitanism in Post-Unification Italy", Cambridge Opera Journal 29/1 (March 2017), 74-93
  • "Unveiling Modernity: Verdi's America and the Unification of Italy", in: Körner, Axel, America in Italy: The United States in the Political Thought and Imagination of the Risorgimento, 1763-1865. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2017, 163-198
  • "Italien in Europa und der Welt: Opernpublikum und die Erfahrung gesellschaftlichen Wandels um 1900", in: Richard Erkens, ed., Puccini-Handbuch. Stuttgart: Metzlersche Verlagsbuchhandlung (10 pp. submitted forthcoming 2017)
  • "Dalla storia transnazionale all'opera transnazionale. Per una critica delle categorie nazionali", Saggiatore Musicale 2016/2 (16 pp, submitted, forthcoming 2017)
  • "Oper, Politik und nationale Bewegung. Mythen um das Werk Giuseppe Verdis", in: Hannes Siegrist und Thomas Höpel, eds, Kunst und Gesellschaft im modernen Europa. (Europäische Geschichte in Quellen und Essays). Stuttgart: Steiner-Verlag, (submitted forthcoming 2017).
  • Opera and Nation in Nineteenth-Century Italy. Special Issue: Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 17/4, September 2012 (guest editor and co-author)
  • Politics of Culture in Liberal Italy. From Unification to Fascism. New York: Routledge, 2009; 2nd ed. pb 2011
  • "Carlo Pepoli", in: Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani. Vol. 82. Rome: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 2015, 261-266. (link
  • "El universalismo de Verdi y Schiller" in: Maite de la Fuente, ed., Opera denboraldia 64 Temporada de ópera. Bilbao: ABAO-OLBE, 2015, 14-21.
  • "Verdi and the historians: Politics, passion and and new mezzi di lavoro", Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 20/1 (2015), 127-13.
  • „Oper, Politik und nationale Bewegung. Mythen um das Werk Giuseppe Verdis", in: Themenportal Europäische Geschichte (2013) (link
  • "Masked faces. Verdi, Uncle Tom and the Unification of Italy", Journal of Modern Italian Studies,  18/2, (March 2013), 176-189. (link)
  • "Opera and Nation in Nineteenth-Century Italy: conceptual and methodological approaches", Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 17/4 (September 2012), 393-399.
  •  "Uncle Tom on the Ballet Stage: Italy's Barbarous America, 1850-1900", The Journal of Modern History, 83/4 (December 2011), 721-752.
  • "Music of the Future: Italian Theatres and the European Experience of Modernity between Unification and World War One", European History Quarterly, 41/2 (April 2011), 189 - 212.
  • "The Risorgimento's literary canon and the aesthetics of reception: some methodological considerations", Nations and Nationalism, 15/3 (July 2009), 410-418.
  • "Ein soziales „Dramma in musica"? Verdi, alte Notabeln und neue Eliten im Theater des liberalen Italiens", Historische Zeitschrift, vol.287 (August 2008), 61-89.
Francesca Vella Research
  • 'Milan, Simon Boccanegra and the Late-Nineteenth-Century Operatic Museum', Verdi Perspektiven, 1 (2016), 93-121.
  • 'Bridging Divides: Verdi's _Requiem_ in Post-Unification Italy', Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 140/2 (2015), 313-42.
  • 'Verdi and Politics (c. 1859-1861)', Studi verdiani, 24 (2014), 79-121.
  • 'Verdi's Don Carlo as Monument', Cambridge Opera Journal, 25/1 (2013), 75-103.
  • 'Review Article: A Passion for Italy', Cambridge Opera Journal, 23/3 (2011), 191-200.
Paulo Kühl Research
  • Transferindo obras de arte. In Quatremère de Quincy, Cartas Miranda, tradução, apresentação e notas de Paulo M. Kühl e Beatriz M. Kühl, São Paulo, Ateliê, 2016, pp. 11-29
  • A comparação entre a ópera italiana e a francesa: Raguenet e a irredutibilidade de duas tradições. In Revista Música, vol. 14, n. 1, 2014, pp. 151-176
  • Música e suas histórias na obra de Araújo Porto Alegre. In Julia Kovensky & Leticia Squeff (ed.)., Araújo Porto-Alegre: singular e plural, São Paulo, Instituto Moreira Salles, 2014, pp. 163-178
  • Pensando a ópera, entre polêmicas e poéticas. In Pacheco, A. (ed.), Atas do Congresso Internacional "A música no espaço luso-brasileiro: um panorama histórico, Lisboa, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2013, pp. 777-800
  • Le Breton, os Ideólogos e o Instituto de França: modelos artísticos para o Brasil [Le Breton, the Idéologues and the Institut de France: Artistic Models for Brazil] . In Anais do XXX Colóquio do Comitê Brasileiro de História da Arte (CIHA Brazil) - 2010
  • Ópera e celebração: os espetáculos da corte portuguesa no Brasil. In: Acervo (Rio de Janeiro), vol. 21, pp.97-114, 2008
  • Tradução, adaptação e censura em libretos portugueses e brasileiros. In: OuvirOUver, vol. 3, pp.17 - 45, 2007
  • A chegada das óperas de Rossini no Rio de Janeiro. In: Rotunda, n. 4, 2006, pp. 59-70