Book awards: Howard R. Marraro Prize in Italian History

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The Fascist Experience by Edward R. Tannenbaum1973
Rome Before Avignon by Robert Brentano1975
Industrial Imperialism in Italy, 1908-1915 by Richard A. Webster1976
The Civic World of Early Renaissance Florence by Gene A. Brucker1977
Family and Community: Italian Immigrants in Buffalo, 1880–1930 by Virginia Yans-McLaughlin1978
Praise and Blame in Renaissance Rome by John W. O'Malley1979
Crisis and Continuity: The Economy of Spanish Lombardy in the Seventeenth Century by Domenico Sella1980
The Building of Renaissance Florence: An Economic and Social History by Richard A. Goldthwaite1981
The democratic movement in Italy, 1830-1876 by Clara M. Lovett1982
Historians and Historiography in the Italian Renaissance by Eric W. Cochrane1982
Corporatism and Consensus in Florentine Electoral Politics, 1280-1400 by John M. Najemy1983
Italian Marxism by Paul Piccone1984
The Renaissance in Rome by Charles L. Stinger1985
Moscow and the Italian Communist Party by Joan Barth Urban1986
Emergence of a bureaucracy : the Florentine patricians, 1530-1790 by R. Burr Litchfield1987
The Mountains and the City: The Tuscan Appennines in the Early Middle Ages by C. J. Wickham1988
Schooling in Renaissance Italy: Literacy and Learning, 1300-1600 by Paul F. Grendler1989
From elite to mass politics : Italian socialism in the Giolittian era, 1900-1914 by James Edward Miller1990
The Cost of Empire: The Finances of the Kingdom of Naples in the Time of Spanish Rule by Antonio Calabria1991
The Heritage of Giotto's Geometry : Art and Science on the Eve of the Scientific Revolution by Samuel Y. Edgerton1992
Mad Blood Stirring by Edward Muir1993
Avant-garde Florence by Walter Adamson1994
Gasparo Contarini; Venice, Rome, and Reform by Elisabeth G. GleasonACHA, 1994
The Death of the Child Valerio Marcello by Margaret L. King1995
Possessing Nature: Museums, Collecting and Scientific Culture in Early Modern Italy by Paula FindlenACHA, 1995
Paolo Giovio : The Historian and the Crisis of Sixteenth-Century Italy by T. C. Price ZimmermannAHA, 1996
Right Thinking and Sacred Oratory in Counter-Reformation Rome by Frederick J. McGinnessACHA, 1996
Numbers and Nationhood by Silvana PatriarcaACHA, 1997
Aristocrats in Bourgeois Italy: The Piedmontese Nobility, 1861-1930 (Cambridge Studies in Italian History and Culture) by Anthony L. CardozaAHA, 1998
Tommaso Campanella and the Transformation of the World by John M. HeadleyACHA, 1998
The Twilight of a Military Tradition: Italian Aristocrats and European Conflicts, 1560-1800 by Gregory HanlonSIHS, 1998
The Boys of the Archangel Raphael by Konrad EisenbichlerACHA, 1999
Immigrants in the Lands of Promise by Samuel L. BailyAHA, 1999
Cardano's Cosmos: The Worlds and Works of a Renaissance Astrologer by Anthony GraftonAHA, 2000
Convents and the Body Politic in Late Renaissance Venice by Jutta Gisela SperlingSIHS, 2000
The Preacher's Demons by Franco MormandoACHA, 2000
In the Footsteps of the Ancients by Ronald G. WittAHA, 2001
The Spiritual Franciscans: From Protest to Persecution in the Century After Saint Francis by David BurrACHA, 2002
The Universities of the Italian Renaissance by Paul F. GrendlerAHA, 2002
The Eye of the Lynx by David FreedbergAHA, 2003
Apocalypse in Rome: Cola di Rienzo and the politics of the New Age by Ronald G. MustoAHA, 2004
Cities of God by Augustine ThompsonACHA, 2005
Love and Death in Renaissance Italy by Thomas V. CohenAHA, 2005
The Conquest of Malaria : Italy, 1900-1962 by Frank SnowdenAHA, 2006
Brokers of Culture by Gerald McKevittACHA. 2007
Naples and Napoleon: Southern Italy and the European Revolutions, 1780-1860 by John A. Davis2007
Empires of Islam in Renaissance Historical Thought by Margaret MeserveAHA, 2008
Heirs, Kin, and Creditors in Renaissance Florence by Thomas Kuehn2009
Bitter Spring: A Life of Ignazio Silone by Stanislao G. Pugliese2010
Nuns and Nunneries in Renaissance Florence by Sharon T. Strocchia2010
Ordinary Violence in Mussolini's Italy by Professor Michael R. EbnerACHA, 2011
Brokering empire : trans-imperial subjects between Venice and Istanbul by E. Natalie Rothman2012
Cultures of charity : women, politics, and the reform of poor relief in Renaissance Italy by Nicholas Terpstra2014

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Awarded by American Historical Association
The American Historical Association's Marraro Prize is one of three annual awards for the best book or article on Italy established by Howard R. Marraro (b. 1897), a historian of Italian culture. Marraro made bequests to the American Historical Association, the American Catholic Historical Association, and the Society for Italian Historical Studies to allow each association to award a prize in Italian history in any epoch, in Italian cultural history, or in Italian American relations. All submissions must be the work of resident citizens of the United States or Canada.



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