Mats Andrén

Mats Andrén has been Professor in The History of Ideas and Science at Göteborg University since 2005. From 2011 he has been deputy dean for the Faculty of Arts.


Annamaria Amato

Annamaria Amato received her Doctorate at the University of Urbino with a thesis in the history of political parties; she has been Teaching Fellow at the University of Naples and then Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Salerno, where she is currently lecturer in history of political institutions.


Danilo Breschi

Danilo Breschi is Professor of History of Modern Constitutions and History of Political Institutions at LUSPIO University in Rome. He also taught at Stanford University–Bing Overseas Studies Program in Florence. He is member of the Scientific Board of Istituto Storico per il Pensiero Liberale (ISPLI) and Senior Fellow of the Department of History and Society of Istituto di Politica (IdP).


Paola Cattani

Paola Cattani holds a PhD from the University of Pisa (2007). She is a former student of the École Normale Supérieure in Paris and Pisa and a former post-doc student at the Collège de France. She is currently working at the Università degli Studi di Milano.


Claudio Giulio Anta

Claudio Giulio Anta earned a doctorate in History of Political Thought and Political Institutions from the University of Turin, and the Italian “National Academic Qualification” of Associate Professor of Political Philosophy. He contributes to the journals “Nuova Antologia”, “Rivista di Studi Politici Internazionali” and “History of European Ideas”. His research interests have included the political-institutional aspects of the European integration process and the history of pacifism during the twentieth century.


Matthew D’Auria

Matthew D’Auria has completed his PhD dissertation on French national narratives in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century at the Centre for European Studies – University College London.


Nicolas Detering

Nicolas Detering is Junior Professor of German Literature at the University of Konstanz. He holds degrees from the Universities of Oxford and Freiburg. Together with Albrecht Koschorke and Kirsten Mahlke he has recently founded the Research Centre ‘European Cultures in a Multipolar World’ at the University of Konstanz.


Vittorio Dini

Vittorio Dini has been Professor of history of political ideas at the University of Salerno, where he also was for many years the Head of the Department of Sociology and Political Studies.


Annamaria Ducci

Annamaria Ducci, Ph.D. in art history, studied at the University of Pisa, where she also received her Diploma di Specializzazione. Her main interest fields are medieval art history and visual culture, as well as art theory and criticism (especially in France, 19th and 20th centuries).


Giuseppe Foscari

Giuseppe Foscari is associate professor of European history at the Department of Political, Social and Communication studies of the University of Salerno.


Francisco Lobo

J. Francisco Lobo is a lawyer graduated from the University of Chile. He holds an LL.M. in International Legal Studies from New York University, and a Master of Laws specializing in International Law from the University of Chile. He is a lecturer of International Law at the Adolfo Ibáñez University, and a lecturer of Legal Theory at the Diego Portales University, both in Santiago of Chile.


Fernanda Gallo

Fernanda Gallo is Teaching Fellow in Italian Politics at the Department of Politics, Languages and International Relations at the University of Bath and researcher within the SINERGIA project at the Università della Svizzera italiana.


Amotz Giladi

Amotz Giladi received his M. A. in History and his PhD in Sociology of Literature at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris).


Florian Greiner

Florian Greiner studied History, Political Science and Public Law at the Universities of Freiburg and Vienna. He is currently a research assistant at the University of Augsburg.


Francesca Lacaita

Francesca Lacaita is Italian Italian Government Lector at the University of St Andrews. received her Doctorate at the University of Genoa with a thesis on the images and discourses of the nation in the early-nineteenth century Irish national tale.


Diego Lucci

Diego Lucci is an Associate Professor of History and Philosophy and the Chair of the Department of History and Civilizations at the American University in Bulgaria. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Naples “Federico II” in 2004 and also taught at Boston University and the University of Missouri St. Louis.


Zoran Milutinovic

Zoran Milutinovic is Senior Lecturer in South Slav Literature and Culture at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London.


Gavin Murray-Miller

Gavin Murray-Miller is a Lecturer in Modern History at Cardiff University. His current research examines nineteenth-century imperialism, nationality and cosmopolitanism in a comparative European context.


Marinus Ossewaarde

Marinus Ossewaarde is Associate Professor in sociology of governance at the University of Twente, Netherlands.


Paulo Esmeraldo Catarino Lopes

Paulo Esmeraldo Catarino Lopes, PhD Researcher, is integrated member of the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM) and the Portuguese Centre for Global History (CHAM), both Research Units of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas – FCSH-NOVA) of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. After graduating in History at the Faculty of Letters of the […]


Rolf Petri

Rolf Petri is full professor of Contemporary History at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Born in 1957, in 1982 he gained the graduation in Political Science from Philipps-University Marburg and in 1988 the doctoral degree in History from the European University Institute in Florence.


Peter Pichler

Peter Pichler studied History, Media and Philosophy at the Karl-Franzens-University Graz, where he graduated with distinction in 2006 and where he completed his doctoral studies in History, graduating with distinction in 2009.


Anita Prettenthaler-Ziegerhofer

Anita Prettenthaler-Ziegerhofer is professor of contemporary history and vice head of the Institute ofLegal History and Development of European Law,University of Graz, Austria. She is guest teaching professor at the University of Mainz, Germany.


Branislav Radeljić

Branislav Radeljić (PhD Goldsmiths, University of London, 2011) is Associate Professor in International Politics within the School of Law and Social Sciences, University of East London.


Lydia Schmuck

Lydia Schmuck started, in 2012, a postdoctoral research project at the University of Hamburg (funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG). Her research interests cover the literary figuration of Europe, literary manifestation of political ideas, postmodern conceptualizations of memory and identity, cultural theory and visualization and spatialization of ideas.


Marialuisa Lucia Sergio

Marialuisa Lucia Sergio is researcher at the Italian Institute of German Studies and adjunct professor at the Department of Education Sciences of University Roma-Tre.


Sara Sermini

Sara Sermini is a Ph.D candidate at the Istituto di studi italiani of the University of Lugano.


Marek Stanisz

Marek Stanisz is a professor of Polish and literary studies at the University of Rzeszów (Poland). He is interested with Romantic literature (especially Romantic literary consciousness and criticism as well as Polish Romanticism in the European context), history of ideas and the relationship between philosophy and literature, and literature and other arts.


Federico Trocini

Federico Trocini was born in 1977. In 2000 he attained his M. A. in Contemporary History and in 2005 he received his PhD in Political Thought. Between 2006 and 2010 he was Post-doctoral Fellow at the “Istituto italo-germanico di Trento” (Isig-FBK).Currently Research Fellow at the Department of Political Studies of the University of Turin where he works in collaboration with Prof. Francesco Tuccari.


Lucio Valent

Lucio Valent is Research Fellow at the State University of Milan, Faculty of Arts, Department of Historical Sciences, where he taught Historical Methodology, Late Modern History and History of the European Integration (Jean Monnet Chair, 2008-2013).


Marcello Verga

Since 2000, Marcello Verga has been Full Professor at the Faculty of Political Science ‘Cesare Alfieri’, at the University of Florence.He is also Professor at the PhD School of the University of Florence and chairman, since 2012, of the Italian Society for the History of the Modern Age (SISEM).


Jan Vermeiren

Jan Vermeiren is Lecturer in Modern German History at the University of East Anglia. He studied History, Politics, and German Literature in Berlin and London, and holds a PhD in European Studies from University College London (2009).


Michael Wintle

Michael Wintle studied at Cambridge, Ghent and Hull Universities, and now holds the chair of European History at the University of Amsterdam, where he leads the teaching and research programmes in European Studies.


Koen Van Zon

Koen Van Zon is PhD Candidate and Junior Lecturer at the History Department of the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands.


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