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Sabina Pavone is a researcher in Modern History at the Faculty of Cultural Heritage of Fermo. Her scholarly research has been on religious history and Catholicism, in particular focusing on the Jesuits. She is the author of a number of major works, including I gesuiti. Dalle origini alla soppressione (2009, later translated into English), which serves as a general history of the Jesuits from the Society's origins until its first suppression; Le astuzie dei Gesuiti (2005, translated as The Wily Jesuits and the Monita Secreta); and a work on the Jesuits in Russia. Pavone did her studies at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa.