Marco Tiozzo Fasiolo was born in Chioggia in 1983. He is a PhD student in Modern History at the University of Birmingham with a project on Italian Fascism. After studying History at the University of Venice (Ca’ Foscari) under prof. Giovanni Levi, in 2008 he obtained a postgraduate degree in History and Geography of Europe at the University of Verona under the supervision of prof. Renato Camurri. The theme of his postgraduate thesis was the life of the crispinian Deputy Roberto Galli (1940-1931), one of the members of the Italian Historical Left. The actual themes of interest are the Liberal Age in Italy and Fascism.
Prizes and awards
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Italian unification, during an important event that took place in Chioggia (Venice), I was awarded from the municipality of Chioggia for my contribution to the study of the local history, Chioggia, April 2011
2002 - Poem “Corvus” into the anthology “Navigando nelle parole”, IL FILO, Roma.
October 2009- Roberto Galli e il suo collegio: il lavoro di deputato, “Rivista Chioggia”, Il Leggio Libreria Editrice.
October 2010- Chioggia e l’Unità d’Italia tra istituzioni e garibaldinismo (1866-1971), “Rivista Chioggia”, Il Leggio Libreria Editrice.
October 2010- Alessandro Rossi e il controllo dei media nell’Ottocento: il caso de “Il Tempo”, “Sentieri culturali”, Schio (VI).
Conference papers and panels:
Memorie private ed epistolari come fonti per la storia, Seminar of Contemporary History, University of Verona, April 2009
Roberto Galli e il suo collegio: il lavoro di deputato, Municipal Building of Chioggia, Venice, 27th November 2009
Mussolini’s Italy, University of Birmingham, Postgraduate Annual Conference 2012, Birmingham, 4th May 2012
Italian: native proficiency
English: advanced writing and speaking skills - IELTS Certificate
Spanish: moderate conversation skills
German: academic skills
French: moderate conversation