I am a Research Fellow in Politics and History of Political Thought at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge.
I teach history of political thought and International Relations at Cambridge. I am a Teaching Associate at the Center for Gender Studies, and member of the Cambridge Centre for Political Thought.
I hold a PhD in Politics and International Relations from the University of Cambridge, M.St in Imperial History from the University of Oxford, UK, and BA (summa cum laude) in Modern History from the University of Bologna, Italy. I’ve been a visiting student at the University of California, Los Angeles, and a visiting scholar at the University of Chicago, at Sciences Po, Paris and at LUISS, Rome.
My book, The emergence of globalism: Competing Visions of World Order in Britain and the United States, 1939-1950, is out with Princeton University Press in April 2017. The book is based on my doctoral research, that was awarded the Lisa Smirl prize for best dissertation (Department of Politics, Cambridge University) and co-awarded the Raymond Aron Prize 2014. To order the book on Amazon, click here. You can read more about the book and its reviews here.
My research is set in the intersection of History and International Relations. My published work examines the history of international thought in the twentieth century, especially around the the history of geopolitics, cosmopolitanism, federalism and democracy theory in Britain and the United States. I am also interested in the relationship between intellectual history and international theory. Recently, I’ve been writing on Italian international and geopolitical thought in the the twentieth century.
For more information on my research, take a look here.