I conducted my undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Turin (2009; 2011). In 2012 I moved to the University of Edinburgh to pursue a PhD in Modern European History under the supervision of Professor Donald Bloxham. After obtaining my PhD in 2016, I was a teaching fellow in the School of History at the University of Leicester and then a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Yad Vashem’s International Institute for Holocaust Research. I joined the University of Leicester as a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in January 2018.
Fenoglio, Luca, Angelo Donati e la «questione ebraica» nella Francia occupata dall’esercito italiano (Torino: Silvio Zamorani, 2013).
Articoli di giornale
Fenoglio, Luca, “On the use of Nazi sources for the study of Fascist Jewish policy in the Italian-occupied territories: The case of south-eastern France, November 1942–July 1943”, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 24:1 (2019) 63-78
Fenoglio, Luca, “Between Protection and Complicity: Guido Lospinoso, Fascist Italy and the Holocaust in Occupied Southeastern France”, Holocaust & Genocide Studies, 33:1 (2019) 90-111
Contributi in volume
Fenoglio, Luca, “Il fascismo e gli ebrei nei territori occupati durante la seconda guerra mondiale: una rassegna storiografica, 1988-2019”, in L’integrazione degli ebrei: una tenace illusione? Scritti per Fabio Levi (Torino: Silvio Zamorani, 2019), 167-79
Fenoglio, Luca, recensione di Laurent Joly, L’Etat contre les juifs. Vichy, les nazis et la persécution antisémite (1940–1944), (Paris: Grasset 2018); Jaques Semelin, The Survival of the Jews in France, 1940–44 (London: Hurst, 2018), H-Soz-Kult (2019)
Fenoglio, Luca, recensione di Luigi Petrella, Staging the Fascist War. The Ministry of Popular Culture and Italian Propaganda on the Home Front, 1938–1943 (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2016), H-Soz-Kult (2017)
Fenoglio, Luca, recensione di Susan Zuccotti, Père Marie-Benoît and Jewish Rescue: How a French Priest Together with Jewish Friends Saved Thousands during the Holocaust (Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2013), Vingtième Siècle 124 (2014) 229