Cecilia Cristellon (PhD, European University Institute, 2005; Italian national habilitation in early modern history 2013) is currently research Fellow within the LOEWE research cluster “Architectures of Order”. She has been research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, at the Institute for European History in Mainz, at Pisa University, Münster University, at the German Historical Institute in Rome, and at the Newberry Library in Chicago. Cecilia Cristellon was fellow in the excellence cluster “The formation of normative orders” at Goethe University and at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Konstanz University. She has been teaching at Basel University and Frankfurt University. In her research, she has dealt with ecclesiastical courts, book censorship, and interreligious relations – and in particular mixed marriages – in the politics of Roman congregations in the early modern age. Her publications include “Marriage, the Church and its Judges in Renaissance Venice (1420-1545)”, Palgrave Macmillan 2017.