Postdoctoral fellow of the Swiss National Science Foundation, based at History Department of the University of Michigan
Date of birth 26 March 1981 Place of birth Arzignano (Vicenza) Italy
English, French, Italian (read, spoken, written)
Spanish and Portuguese (spoken and read)
2007-2013 Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), Geneva, Switzerland
Ph.D. in International History and Politics. Title of the dissertation: “Towards the International Refugee Regime. Humanitarianism in the Wake of the First World War.”
Summa Cum Laude and “Félicitations du Jury.”
Winner of the Pierre du Bois Prize for the best dissertation in international history 2012.
Dissertation committee: Andre Liebich, Davide Rodogno, and Peter Gatrell.
2005-2007 Graduate Institute of International Studies (IHEI, now IHEID), Geneva, Switzerland
Masters in International History and Politics. Title of the dissertation: “Les origines du système de protection des minorités à la Société des Nations.”
Committee: Andre Liebich and Bruno Arcidiacono.
2000-2005 University of Trieste, Gorizia, Italy
University Degree in “Scienze Internazionali e Diplomatiche” (International Relations). Title of the dissertation: “Chechens’ Deportation to Central Asia (1944-1956).”
Summa Cum Laude.
Committee: Cesare La Mantia and Diego Abenante.
2003-2004 University of Trieste and Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris, France, Erasmus program through University of Trieste.
1995-2000 Liceo Ginnasio Statale Giangiorgio Trissino, Valdagno, Vicenza, Italy
High School Diploma in Humanities, 97/100.
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Research and Teaching Positions
2013-2015 Post-Doctoral Fellow of the Swiss National Science Foundation, “early post-doc mobility.” Host institutions: Columbia University and University of Michigan.
2012-2013 Research Assistant, Swiss National Science Foundation, “The Re-conceptualization of World Heritage, (1972-1992).” Aurélie Gfeller, IHEID.
2008-2012 Research Assistant, Swiss National Science Foundation, “From Relief to Rehabilitation: the History of Humanitarian Organizations’ Programmes on Behalf of Civilian Populations in the Aftermath of the First World War (1918-1930).” Davide Rodogno, IHEID.
2007-2008 Teaching assistant, IHEID, Department of International History and Politics.
2008 University Basic Teaching Course, directed by Natacha Durand (September 2008), IHEID.
2010-2011 Assistants’ Association, IHEID.
Towards the International Refugee Regime. Humanitarianism in the Wake of the First World War (in preparation).