prof. dr hab.Christopher Korten
XVIII i XIX-wieczna europejska polityka polityczna, religijna i ekonomiczna
In the Eye of the Storm: The History of the Irish College, Rome, 1772-1826, (UAM 2019/Peeter’s Press, 2021).
Articles, SCOPUS (peer-review)
‘Profaning the Sacred: how Catholic clerics survived financially during the Napoleonic period, 1796-1814’, European History Quarterly, 2021.
‘Whose Restoration is it? Acrimony and division in the fight for Sant’Apollinare in Classe, Ravenna (1814-30)’, Catholic Historical Review, in submission, 2020.
‘A House Divided: The implications of land expropriated during the Napoleonic years. A case study in the Papal States’, Journal of Modern European History, 2020.
‘Over my dead body: The fight for inheritances during the Italian Restoration, 1814-1830’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Spring 2019.
‘Financial policies in the Papal States, 1790s-1848. A comparative study of Napoleonic Europe’, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 23:3, 2018, 234-255.
‘Pietro Tamburini’s Jansenist legacy at the Irish College in Rome and his influence on the Irish Church’, The Catholic Historical Review, 103 (2), Spring 2017, pp. 271-296.
‘Pope Gregory XVI’s Chocolate Enterprise: How some Italian Clerics Survived Financially during the Napoleonic era’, Church History, 86 (1), 2017 pp. 63-85.
‘Il Trionfo?: the untold story of its development and Pope Gregory XVI’s struggle with orthodoxy’, Harvard Theological Review, 109 (2), April 2016, pp. 278-301.
‘The Prodigal Son: Pope Gregory XVI and a Wayward Priest’, The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 66 (3), July 2015, pp. 562-577.
‘Against the Grain: Reasons behind Pope Gregory XVI’s cooperation with Russia in 1831’, The Catholic Historical Review,101 (2), Spring 2015, pp. 292-316.
‘Private Partners: Rome’s advocating Russian involvement in its Armenian Crisis, 1827-1830’, The Slavic and East European Journal,92 (4), 2014, pp. 653-673.
‘Cognitive Narratology and its profitable uses for (archival) historians’, Theoria et Historia Scientiarum, vol. XII, 2015, pp. 67-83.
‘Women in the life and pontificate of Pope Gregory XVI (1765-1846)’, TEKA Kom.Hist – OL PAN, Polish Academy of Sciences, vol. XIII, 2016, pp. 68-86.
‘The history of the suppressed Irish College, Rome, part 1: 1798-1808’, Archivium Hibernicum, vol. LXVII, 2014, pp. 341-361.
‘The Failed Attempts to Implement a Native Rector at the Irish College in Rome, 1773–98’, Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, vol. 8:1, Autumn 2014, pp. 100-125.
‘Historiographical reflections on Pope Gregory XVI’s condemnation of clerical involvement in the November Revolutions: building the case for reassessment’, TEKA Kom.Hist – OL PAN, Polish Academy of Sciences, vol. VIII, 2011, pp. 175-184.
‘Three Defining moments in the Life of Pope Gregory XVI’, Archivum Historiae Pontificiae, vol. 47, 2009, pp. 17-40.
Book Chapters in edited works
‘Popes and the Papal States: 1815-1870’, Cambridge History of the Papacy, 2023.
‘Financial Mismanagement at the Irish College, Rome, 1772-98’, Forming Catholic Communities: Irish, Scots and English College Networks in Europe, 1568-1918, Brill 2017, pp. 180-199.
‘The Conclave of 1830/1: How Mauro Cappellari was elected Pope Gregory XVI’, Gregorio XVI: tra oscurantismo i innovantismo, University of Perugia 2012, pp. 33-55.
‘A Divine Language: The role of English in the Roman Catholic Church in the 18th and 19th centuries’, Comparative Studies in Anglophone Literature: (Trans)National, (Post)Colonial, and (Auto)Thematic (Re)Considerations and (Re)Visions, (PASE (Polish Association of the Study of English), Nicolaus Copernicus University 2012, pp. 137-149.
‘Converging worlds: Paul Cullen in the world of Mauro Cappellari’, Cardinal Paul Cullen and his World, Daire Keogh and Albert McDonnell (eds.), Four Courts Press 2011, pp. 34-46.
Historia kultury USA
Metody badawcze w języku angielskim
recenzent książek i redaktor językowy kilku czasopism naukowych
konsultant Polskiej Akademii Nauk