Professor Giuseppe Marcocci


I would be happy to hear from potential DPhil and Masters students interested in the early modern Iberian world, or looking at topics related to my research or early modern global history more generally.

I currently teach:

Prelims: FHS:

General History VII

General History III General History VIII
Conquest and Colonization General History IX
  General History XVIII


  • The globe on paper : How Renaissance historians learnt to write the history of the world

  • Killing images : iconoclasm and the art of political insult in Portuguese India (sixteenth-seventeenth centuries)

  • Rites and inquisition : Ethnographies of error in Portuguese India (1560-1625)

  • Machiavelli, the Iberian Explorations and the Islamic Empire: Tropical Readers from Brazil to India (Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries)

  • Catholic Missions and Native Subaltern Workers: Connected Micro-Histories of Labour from India and Brazil, ca. 1545–1560