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Patrizia Dogliani

Professor

Department of History and Cultures

Academic discipline: M-STO/04 Contemporary History

Curriculum vitae

Dogliani received her Italian University Degree (Laurea) in Contemporary History at Bologna University in 1978 and a Ph.D in Social History at the University of Paris VIII in 1991. Previously she had been Researcher at the University of Modena (1983/1991) and Lecturer of European Contemporary History at the School of Political Sciences, University of Bologna in Forlì (1992/2001) and Associate Professor in European History at SSLMIT – Modern Language School, University of Bologna, campus in Forlì. She is actually Full Professor of Contemporary History, Faculty of Humanities, Dept. of History, Bologna University, teaching courses on Contemporary European History, History and Media, Gender and Women's studies, and starting with 2009: History of Americas.

She has been Visiting scholar and Visiting professor in many universities: Jean Monnet Fellow (1985/86) and part-time Professor (1991/92) at the European University Institute. In USA, Fellow at the Center for European Studies, Harvard University (1986/87) and Professor of Italian and European History at New York University, campus in NYC (1988/91) and in Florence (1999/2003); in Australia: Visiting Scholar and Professor at the Universities of Melbourne, Sydney, and Western Australia, and at National University in Canberra (in 1994 and in 1999). She has also been invited as Visiting scholar at Freie Universität, Berlin, Arbeitsstelle für Vergleichende Gesellschaftsgeschichte in 1994, as Chercheur d'Haut Niveau by the French Minister of Researches in 2001, as Directeur de recherches at EHESS in Paris, in 2003, and as Professor at ENS-rue d'Ulm in 2005. She has given lectures in many universities, among them: Tunis (Tunisia), Gerona (Spain), Marne-la-Vallée (France), Agder (Norway), Serajevo (Bosnia), Lisbon (Portugal), Talinn (Estonia).

Dogliani is author of many essays and books in Italy and abroad on comparative European history in the 19th and 20th centuries, on various subjects: history of youth and youth political movements; European socialism and reformism; Italian and European fascisms, Public memory and Wars; Urban history and history of environment. She is author of more than 70 essays in Italian and International reviews and collectives works, and of the books: La scuola delle reclute. L'Internazionale giovanile socialista dalla Grande Depressione alla Prima guerra mondiale, Torin, 1983; Un laboratorio di socialismo municipale. La Francia, 1870-1920, Milan, 1992; L'Italia fascista 1922-1940, Milan, 1999; Tra guerra e pace. Memorie e rappresentazioni dei conflitti e dell'Olocausto nell'Occidente contemporaneo, Milan, 2001; L'Europa a scuola: percorsi dell'istruzione tra Ottocento e Novecento, Rome 2002; Storia dei giovani, Milan, 2003; with C. De Maria, Romagna 1946, Bologna, 2007; Il fascismo degli Italiani. Una storia sociale (Torin, 2008). She is also editor of the collection of books “Passato Futuro. Collana di Storia contemporanea” (Clueb- Bologna) and editor/co-author of several books, her more recent ones: with RJB Bosworth, Italian fascism: History, Memory, and Representation, London, 1999; with O. Gaspari, L'Europa dei comuni dalla fine dell'Ottocento al secondo dopoguerra, Rome, 2003; Rimini Enklave 1945-47, Un sistema di campi alleati per prigionieri dell'esercito germanico, Bologna, 2005; Romagna tra fascismo e antifascismo, Bologna, 2006, with M. Ridolfi, 1946. I comuni al voto, Imola, 2007.