Brief Description: He recently obtained his PhD in Modern History from the University of Bologna, with a thesis on Jean Monnet’s transatlantic network and its effect on European and U.S. foreign policy. He holds a BA in History from the University of Naples “Federico II” and a MA in Modern History from the University of Bologna. He spent time as a Visiting Scholar at New York University and the London School of Economics. He authored several articles for the general public on American history and politics. He is also publishing two papers about his most recent research results on the influence of informal policy networks on wartime U.S. foreign policy. He is part of SISSCO, British International Studies Association, Transatlantic Studies Association and of the Council of the Jean Monnet Foundation in Lausanne. Together with ex-students from the CISPEA summer school, he is part of the editorial board of C’Era Una Volta L’America. He also edits the project “Jefferson – Lettere sull’America”, together with Matteo Muzio.
Areas of Interest:
U.S. History, European Integration, Transatlantic Relations, American LGBT Cultures