Daniele Dibello obtained his master’s degree in Medieval History at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice (2014). From 2015 to date, he is a PhD student at the University of San Marino and Universiteit Gent (in joint doctorate) with a thesis supervised by Prof. Maurice Aymard and Prof. Marc Boone.
His interests deal with late Medieval Italy, especially regarding the Venetian history. Late medieval politics and institutions characterize his research’s perspective, although they are explored by considering the socio-economic and cultural context in which they operated. Venice’s myth is one of his most exciting research fields, since it contributed in shaping the Venetian state, economy, and culture. He has lectured at numerous conferences in seven different countries, he has been involved in three international research projects and he publishes in Italian, English and German journals. He is the author of five encyclopedia entries about Venetian patricians and doges edited by Enciclopedia Italiana Treccani.
He has recently promoted as the scientific coordinator at the Deputazione di Storia Patria per le Venezie the research seminar Venice in Question, which deals with the history of Venice and its dominions. The seminar’s aims is to discuss Italian and international projects, present recent publications and share ideas between Venetian studies scholars worldwide (from the US to Australia), also collaborating with the most prestigious Venetian and international cultural institutions.