Teaches (T) and/or researches (R) in:
2. History of the Jewish People: TR
12: Medieval: R
Early Modern: TR
Regional and National (i.e. in North Africa, Greece, Eastern Europe, Germany, Middle East, Spain, India, South America, United States, etc): TR
16: Local (e.g. the Jews of Canterbury, the Jews of Kovno, etc): R
20: Historiography: T
Biographical Studies: TR
3. Religion and Religious Movements: TR
23: Rabbinic Judaism: R
6. Literature (other than Biblical and Rabbinic): R
48: Israeli: R
7. Languages: TR
9. Contemporary Studies: R
70: Holocaust Studies: R
71: Interfaith studies (including Jewish-Christian relations, Jewish-Muslim relations): R
10. Jewish Studies and Resources: TR
Scholarship, history of: TR
80: Librarianship and Archives: R
On-line resources: TR
11. Digital Humanities: TR
Digital humanities: TR
Rabinic families: Research
Nardo graduate at the \"Cesare Alfieri\" faculty in Firenze (Italy).
For twenty years researched on local history and published about history on specialized journals.
He worked as archivist cathaloguing archives and researching and editing of the images of the Atlante storico multimediale (Multimedial Historical Atlas), Ed. Sonda 1995.
He was contract lecturer for the Universities of Venezia and Torino to research in archives for resources for Jewish demography: censuses, tax declarations, lists of names, etc.
He spoke at conferences in Paris, Jerusalem, New York, London, Warsaw, Moscow and Italy.
He is member of the Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Giudaismo. Italian Association for Jewish Studies.
Actualy builts up historical-databases of familynames and familytrees of Italian Jews.