Title: M.A. Graduate
Affiliation: Ph.D. Student, Kansas State University
Ph.D. student in History at Kansas State University, USA with a research project about US political influence on radio from 1964 to 1974. Her research intertwines the fields of American History and US-East Asian relations, with an emphasis on public diplomacy and history of technology during the 1970s. She is a Fulbright recipient for the academic year 2019-2020 for her Ph.D. program in the United States. Previously, she earned her M.A. degree in International Studies at University of Roma Tre in History of the United States with a dissertation about the Nixon legacy on the Obama and Trump’s administrations, and the development of the US public and secret diplomacy toward China in digital diplomacy. She has been a grant recipient to carry out her MA research at the Nixon Presidential Library and the Reagan Presidential Library in California, USA, and she writes storytelling for E-go TIME Magazine.
Area of interests: American History, US-East Asian Relations, History of Technology, Public Diplomacy.