Dr Matteo Millan is Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Padova (Italy).
Giulia Albanese graduated in History at Ca ‘Foscari University in Venice in 1990 and was awarded a doctorate at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence in 2004.
Nicola Camilleri is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Padua. His research explores European history in a global perspective.
Alessandro Saluppo received his BA from the University of Siena in 2006 and his PhD from Fordham University in 2016.
Romain Bonnet completed his doctorate in June 2016 at the European University Institute of Florence (EUI), at the Department of History and Civilization.
Claire Morelon graduated at the Institut d’Études Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris and at Yale University and pursued her doctorate at the University of Birmingham and at Sciences Po, being awarded a dual degree.
Assumpta Castillo Cañiz graduated in History (2011) and was awarded a Master Degree in Contemporary History
I am a historian of modern Central and Eastern Europe with a particular interest in Hungary and, to a lesser extent, Czechia and Slovakia. Currently, I am a post-doctoral fellow in the ERC project
‘PREWARAS – The Dark side of the Belle Epoque’ at the Padova University, where I explore political violence and armed associations in Hungary before the First World War.