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Claudia BALDOLI

BIOGRAFIA

Current position: Senior Lecturer in Modern European History, Newcastle University

Qualifications:

March 2002 PhD, London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of International History.
February 1996 Laurea Degree in history, University of Venice Ca’ Foscari. 110/110 with distinction.

Appointments held:

September 2010- Senior Lecturer in Modern European History, Newcastle University
September 2006-
September 2010 Lecturer in History, Newcastle University
September 2004-
August 2006 Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire, School of Humanities, History Subject Group.
September 2003-
July 2004 Visiting Lecturer, University College London, Department of Italian.
January-July 2003;
January-July 2004 Visiting Lecturer, Birkbeck College, University of London, Department of History, Classics and Archaeology.

Research funding:

Oct-Dec 2012 British School at Rome, Baldson Fellowship (Project on ‘In Search of the White International: the Catholic-Communist Movement between the Wars’).
2007-2010 ‘Bombing, States and Peoples in Western Europe, 1940-1945’, AHRC research grant (Universities of Newcastle, Exeter and Reading). Role: co-investigator.
2004-2006 ‘The Cappuccino Conquests: a Transnational History of Italian Coffee’, ESRC (Cultures of Consumption programme)/AHRC (University of Hertfordshire). Role: research assistant in year 1 and collaborator in year 2.
2003-2004 One-year research fellowship in Italian Studies at the European Studies Centre, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford.
2001-2003 Two-year research fellowship, ‘Comitato Nazionale Italia nel mondo’, Rome.
2000-2001 One-year research fellowship, Department of History, King’s College London.

Exhibitions:

Bombing, States and Peoples in Western Europe, 1940-1945, AHRC-funded web exhibition, online from May 2012 (created with Andrew Knapp and Richard Overy): http://centres.exeter.ac.uk/wss/bombing/

The History of Italian Espresso, AHRC/ESRC-funded, Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum, 18-26 November 2006 (organised with Jonathan Morris, University of Hertfordshire).

PUBBLICAZIONI

Selected list of Publications:

1. Authored books

Forgotten Blitzes: France and Italy under Allied Air Attack, 1940-1945 (London: Continuum, 2012) pp. 296, by C. Baldoli and Andrew Knapp. Isbn 978-1-4411-8581-5

A History of Italy (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2009), pp. 337. Isbn 978-1-4039-8616-0

Il nostro maggio. All’origine della festa dei lavoratori: autobiografie e testimonianze da Chicago (Caserta: Spartaco, 2005), pp. 146. Isbn 88-8583-43-9

Exporting Fascism: Italian Fascists and Britain’s Italians in the 1930s (Oxford-New York: Berg, 2003), pp. 217. Isbn 1-85973-756-0

Bissolati immaginario. Le origini del fascismo cremonese dal socialismo riformista allo squadrismo, foreword by Mario Isnenghi (Cremona: cremonabooks, 2002), pp. 96. Isbn 88-8359-099-6

2. Edited volumes

A British Fascist in the Second World War: The Italian War Diary of James Strachey Barnes, edited by C. Baldoli and Brendan Fleming (forthcoming London: Bloomsbury, 2014)

Bombing and Labour in Western Europe, 1940-1945, edited by C. Baldoli and Matt Perry, monographic issue of Labour History Review, April 2012.

Bombing, States and Peoples, 1940-1945 (London: Continuum, 2011), ed. by C. Baldoli, A. Knapp, R. Overy, pp. 363.

Made in Italy. Consumi e identità collettive nel secondo dopoguerra, edited by Claudia Baldoli and Jonathan Morris, monographic issue of Memoria e Ricerca, 23, 2006, pp. 193.

Vera Brittain and Marie Louise Berneri, Il seme del caos. Scritti sui bombardamenti di massa (1939-45) [The Seed of Chaos: Writings on Mass Bombing], edited by Claudia Baldoli (Caserta: Spartaco, 2004), pp. 155.


3. Articles in journals

‘Bombing the Eternal City: the Allies and Rome in the Second World War’, History Today, May 2012, pp. 10-15.

‘Bombing the Fiat: Allied raids, Workers’ Strikes, and the Italian Resistance’, Labour History Review, 77 (2012), pp. 75-92.

‘The Fall of Berlusconi’, History Workshop Online, 3 December 2011.

‘Spring 1943: The Fiat Strikes and the Collapse of the Italian Home Front’, History Workshop Journal, 72 (2011), pp. 181-189.

‘I bombardamenti sull’Italia nella seconda guerra mondiale: strategia anglo-americana e propaganda alleata rivolta alla popolazione civile’, Deportate, esuli, profughe, 13-14, July 2010, pp. 34-49.

‘Italian Society under Anglo-American Bombs: Propaganda, Experience, and Legend, 1940-1945’, The Historical Journal, 52, 4 (2009), pp. 1017-1038, with Marco Fincardi.

‘The Northern Dominator and the Mare Nostrum: Fascist Italy’s Cultural War in Malta’, Modern Italy, 13, 2008, pp. 5-20.

‘La crema d’Italia. Esportazione dell’espresso e costruzione di un simbolo dal dopoguerra a oggi [The cream of Italy. Exportation of espresso and construction of a symbol (1945 to the present)]’, Italia Contemporanea, December 2005, pp. 329-339.

‘Un fallimento del fascismo all’estero: la costruzione delle piccole Italie nella Germania di Hitler [A Failure of Fascism Abroad: the Construction of Little Italies in Hitler’s Germany]’, Italia Contemporanea, June 2004, n. 235, pp. 221-238.

‘The Remaking of the Italian Community in London: L’Italia Nostra and the creation of a Little Fascist Italy during the 1930s’, London Journal, 26 (2), 2001, pp. 23-34.

‘Le Navi. Fascismo e vacanze in una colonia estiva per i figli degli italiani all’estero [The Navi. Fascism and Holidays in a Summer Camp for the Children of the Italians Abroad]’, Memoria e Ricerca, n. 6, July-December 2000, pp. 163-176.

‘Ho cambiato il cielo ma non l’animo… I Fasci Italiani all’Estero e l’educazione degli italiani in Gran Bretagna (1932-1934)’, Studi Emigrazione. International Journal of Migration Studies, n. 134, June 1999, pp. 243-281.

‘L’ossimoro cremonese. Storia e memoria di una comunità tra Bissolati e Farinacci’, Italia Contemporanea, n. 207, June 1997, pp. 285-316.


4. Chapters in books

‘Il regime e la guerra aerea’, in I bombardamenti aerei e l’Italia nella Seconda Guerra Mondiale, ed. Nicola Labanca (Bologna: Il Mulino, April 2012).

‘Bombing and Religion in Italy, 1940-1945’ in Bombing, States and Peoples, 1940-1945 (London: Continuum, forthcoming May 2011), ed. by C. Baldoli, A. Knapp, R. Overy, pp.136-153.

‘Guido Miglioli: il percorso di un cattolico nell’Italia del dopoguerra’, in Le rotte dell’io. Itinerari individuali e collettivi nella storia d’Italia, edited by Mario Isnenghi (Naples: scriptaweb, 2008), pp. 127-153.

‘Piero Jahier e l’antifascismo fiorentino’, in Piero Jahier: uno scrittore protestante?, edited by Davide Dalmas (Torre Pellice: Società di Studi Valdesi, 2006), pp. 145-159.

‘Anglo-Italian Fascist Solidarity? The Shift from Italo-philia to Nazi-philia in the BUF’, in The Culture of Fascism: Visions and the Far Right in Britain, edited by Thomas Linehan - Julie Gottlieb (London: I. B. Tauris, 2004), pp. 147-161.

‘I fasci in Gran Bretagna’, in Il fascismo e gli emigrati. La parabola dei Fasci italiani all’estero, edited by Emilio Franzina - Matteo Sanfilippo (Rome-Bari: Laterza, 2003), pp. 53-74.




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