European History after 1945 (BA)
The course tackles the history of Europe after 1945, bringing together national dimensions, the integration process, and global transformations (such as the impact of the Cold War on the European continent or the consequences of decolonization). It offers an overview of the dynamics of European construction, both at the institutional level and within the single European states.
Italy and European Integration (BA)
This course offers a fresh approach to the study of Italian politics, economics, and society after 1945. It discusses interactions and reciprocal influences between Italian and European politics after 1945, dealing with both the attitude of Italian diplomacy toward the construction of Europe and the impact of European institutions and policies on the Italian political system, economy, and society.
The EEC/EU in Global History (MA)
The course zooms in on the development of a common European foreign policy and the role of the EEC/EU in global affairs. Based mostly on seminars and students’ discussions on assigned readings and primary sources, it offers students the opportunity to conduct archival research at Historical Archives of the European Union (Florence).
Studies on European Integration History (Ph.D.)
The course is based on a series of intensive seminars with Ph.D. students on topics of the history of European integration.
- 8 February 2022, Trento. Book roundtable on "The Human Rights Breakthrough of the 1970s The European Community and International Relations"
- 11 May 2021, online. Workshop "Brexit - The Great Divide: Britain in Turmoil 2015-20", with Malcolm Murfett (King's college, London)
- 9 April 2021, online. Workshop and Guest Lecture "Enlargement and Foreign Policy", with Fernando Guirao (Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Barcelona)
- 26 March 2020, 2-5 pm, PhD seminar in live streaming: "European Socialist Regimes Face Pan-European Cooperation and the European Community", with Dr. Angela Romano, European University Institute and University of Glasgow
- 26 November 2019, Trento. Book Discussion with the author. Corinna R. Unger, European University Institute, presents International development. A postwar history. Introduced by Sara Lorenzini
- 3 October 2019. Sara Lorenzini participated in the international Conference "Histories of development: Global, National, Colonial", Universidade de Coimbra
- 16 July 2019. CfP (Edited Volume): Western Europe, the EEC and Human Rights during the '70s and '80s
- 23 May 2019. Trento. Book Discussion with the author. Lucia Coppolaro presents "The Making of a World Trading Power: The European Economic Community (EEC) in the GATT Kennedy Round Negotiations (1963-67)" with the participation of Sara Lorenzini and Umberto Tulli
- 23 May 2019, Trento. Workshop "A power without leadership. The European Union and the multilateral trading system of the GATT/WTO (1957-2019)", with Lucia Coppolaro, University of Padua
- 16 May 2019, Trento. Workshop "Global development. The case of the European Economic Community", with Sara Lorenzini
- 26 March 2019. Trento, Conference A Day for Europe. In Memory of Antonio Megalizzi with the participation of Sara Lorenzini, Dieter Schlenker (European University Institute), Paolo Collini (Rector of the University of Trento), Andrea Fracasso (University of Trento), Marija Bartl (University of Amsterdam), Paolo Graziano (Università di Padova), Silvia Merler (Johns Hopkins SAIS), Carlo Spagnolo (University of Bari), Luisa Antoniolli, Luigi Bonatti, Carlo Ruzza (University of Trento)
- 8 March 2019, Trento, Book Discussion with the author. Pieter M. Judson, European University Institute, presents "The Habsburg Empire: A New History". Introduced by Sara Lorenzini
- 7 March 2019. Trento, Workshop "Postwar: The Habsburg Legacies in Central and Eastern Europe", with Pieter Judson (EUI), Alberto Basciani, Rome 3 University, Francesco Magno, University of Trento
- 10 and 11 December 2018, Trento, Workshop "Global Europe. EEC External Relations in the Seventies". A students’ workshop, with the participation of Sara Lorenzini, Umberto Tulli, Gabriele D’Ottavio, University of Trento
Here below you can find the posters of the planned and past activities within this project:
Students’ Papers Series within the Jean Monnet Chair