Girolamo Imbruglia is Professor of Early Modern History at the Languages Faculty of Naples ‘L’Orientale’ University. His publications include: The Jesuit Missions of Paraguay and a Cultural History of Utopia (1568-1789), Leiden-Boston, Brill, 2017; “Religione senza sacrificio. Grozio e Sozzini alle origini di un tema illuminista”, Rivista Storica Italiana, 128 (2016); “A Peculiar Idea of Empire: Missions and Missionaries of the Society of Jesus in Early Modern History”, in Jesuit Accounts of the Colonial Americas. Intercultural Transfers, Intellectual Disputes, and Textualities, eds. Marc André Bernier et al., Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2014; “The Jesuit ‘Made in China’: A Meeting of Empires. Spain, China and the Society of Jesus, 1586-1588”, in Journey to the Ends of the World: Michele Ruggieri and Jesuits in China, eds. Eugenio Lo Sardo et al., Macau, Istituto Cultural do Governo da Raem, 2013 (vol. 2).