Manuel Vaquero Pineiro

University of Perugia

Manuel Vaquero Piñeiro, PhD in Modern and Contemporaney History by l’University of Cantabria (Spain), since 2006 he is professor of economic history at the University of Perugia (Italy). In 2010 he received the international award Daria Borghese for studies on the history of the Renaissance in Rome. Among his main research interests include the socio-economic transformation of the agriculture. Main publications: Le temps de travail dans l’agriculture italienne : les traités agricoles (XVIe-XIXe siècles), in Les temps du travail. Normes, pratiques, évolutions (XIVe-XIXe siècle), Corine Maitte e Didier Terrier (eds.), Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, 2014, pp. 195-212; Wheat-storage in Fascist Italy: evolution and policies, in Property rights and their violations. Expropriations and confiscations, 16th-20th century / La propriété violée. Expropriations et confiscations, XVIe-XXe siècles, Luigi Lorenzetti, Michela Barbot, Luca Mocarelli (eds./éds.), Bern-Wien, Peter Lang 2012; Rastrellare il grano”. Gli ammassi obbligatori in Italia dal fascismo al dopoguerra, “Società e storia”, 148 (2015), pp. 257-293; Readings for farmers: Agrarian almanacs in Italy (eighteenth-twentieth centuries), “The agricultural history review”, 63, 2, 2015, pp. 243-264; The Diffusion of Italian Wine in the United States (1861-1914). La difusión del vino italiano en los Estados Unidos (1861-1914), “Rivar. Revista Iberoamericana de viticultura, agroindustria e ruralidad“, 5, 15, 2018, pp. 176-196; Italian Wine in Argentina (1861-1914): Market, State Intervention and Wineries, “Storia Economica”, anno XXII, 2 (2019), pp. 331-360; Rural Tourism and Territorial Development in Italy, in Sustainable Assessment at the 21st century, ed. by Maria José Bastante-Ceca, London, IntechOpen, 2020.

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