Who is who

Sara Lorenzini

Sara Lorenzini
Principal Investigator 

Sara Lorenzini is an Full Professor of Contemporary History at the Department of Humanities and at the School of International Studies (SIS) of the University of Trento, where she teaches courses on International History (post-1945). She holds an MSc from LSE and a Ph.D. from the University of Florence. Her most recent book is Global Development. A Cold War History (Princeton University Press, 2019).

e-mail: sara.lorenzini [at] unitn.it

Dieter Schlenker

Dieter Schlenker

Dieter Schlenker is Director of the Historical Archives of the European Union at the European University Institute in Florence.  He obtained his doctorate in Modern History from the University of Heidelberg and an Archivist Diploma from the Vatican Secret Archives. Before moving to the Historical Archives of the European Union, he worked as archivist for the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) in Rome; at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in Paris and as Head of Communications and Knowledge Management at its Asian regional branch in Bangkok, Thailand.

For more information, please visit: https://www.eui.eu/Research/HistoricalArchivesOfEU/People 
e-mail: dieter.schlenker [at] eui.eu 

Umberto Tulli

Umberto Tulli

Umberto Tulli is postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Humanities and Teaching fellow at both the Department of Humanities and the School of International Studies of the University of Trento. He completed his Ph.D. in Contemporary History at the Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane in 2011. He is currently working on the EEC and the human rights breakthrough of the 1970s.

e-mail: umberto.tulli [at] unitn.it

Francesco Magno

Francesco Magno

Francesco Magno is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Humanities of the University of Trento. He holds an MA Degree from the University of Padua. He is currently working on legislative and administrative integration of Transylvania and Bessarabia into Romania after 1918. He has been visiting Ph.D. at the University of Vienna and visiting fellow at the Romanian Cultural Institute (Bucharest)

e-mail francesco.magno [at] unitn.it 

Fernanda Marchiol

Fernanda Marchiol

Fernanda Marchiol is PhD student at the Department of Humanities of the University of Trento. She holds an MA Degree from the University of Udine and she studied Science Communication at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) in Trieste. She is currently studying archival sources on the development of science and technology in post-war Europe.

e-mail  fernanda.marchiol [at] unitn.it