The Graduate School of Historical Studies - Tel Aviv University
"The ‘Trial of the Revolution' of Pitigliano: Christians and Jews in the Anti-French Uprisings of 1799"
Mr. Mano graduated from Venice University "Ca' Foscari" in 2000 with a thesis on Hebrew Medieval Literature.
He is a Ph.D. student at the Graduate School of Historical Studies (Tel Aviv University) and is currently writing his doctoral dissertation.
His research focuses on judicial sources from the Tuscan village of Pitigliano and proposes a micro-analysis of the relations between Jews and Christians during the Italian Revolutionary Age (1796-1801).
Mr. Mano is the author of several articles on Jewish subjects and a translator from Hebrew literature.