Vice Dean and Globalization Program Scientific Coordinator
B.Sc. (Econ.) in History and Government (LSE), Laurea in History (Ca’ Foscari), Ph.D. in Italian Studies (Reading). Vice Dean, Director of the Globalization Program at VIU, where he has taught every semester since the beginning of academic activities in 1997. Scientific coordinator of the interdisciplinary professors’ and students’ Project at Global Governance, Tor Vergata, Rome. Was Professor of Modern and Contemporary History at the San Raffaele University in Milan. Taught Urban and Contemporary History at Iuav and Contemporary History at Ca’ Foscari. Was recognized Adjunct Associate Professor of European Studies at Duke (2011-2016). Published mostly on Venetian 19th- 21st Century Cultural and Social History, on the Methodology of Local and Urban History and of History of the Present. Research and teaching areas include Cinema and History, Italian Society, History of Historiography, Diaries and Historiography, Venice in the 21st Century.
Over 170 Visiting Professors have been invited to teach at VIU, representing the member Universities of the consortium and over 12 different countries of origin.
Find from this link their short biographies, listed in alphabetical order.
Aiming to foster and widen cooperation and exchange of ideas and knowledge within the VIU network, professors from Universities and Institutions with which VIU has established a long-term collaboration are eligible to take part in the academic program.