Daniele Santarelli is Associate Professor of Early Modern History at University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli. He has been a fellow of the Rita Levi Montalcini Program of the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research. He is an associate fellow at Triangle UMR 5206 CNRS/ENS Lyon. His research interests include the political and religious history of the early modern Mediterranean world, with special regard to the 16th century, and he has been particularly interested in the application of digital technology to the humanities.
Among his latest publications is I giudici della fede. L’Inquisizione romana e i suoi tribunali in età moderna, a cura di L. Al Sabbagh, D. Santarelli, H. H. Schwedt e D. Weber, Edizioni Clori, 2017.