Gruppo di Ricerca
Marco Bernasconi (1940), SUPSI Professor Tax Law, PhD Humanistic Science – Contemporary History at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milano), Bachelor in Politics Science and History; Bachelor in Historical Science; Master in Science, Philosophy and Theology at University of Theology in Lugano.
Elisa Boeri (1987), is an historian of modern and contemporary architecture. She obtained her master’s degree in architecture from the Politecnico di Milano (2012) and PhD in History of Art and Architecture from the Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and the Istituto Universitario Architettura di Venezia (2016)
PhD at the Universities of Innsbruck and Trento. From November 2019 she is researcher at the Competence Centre for Regional History, Free University of Bozen/Bolzano.
Pierre Coffy (1991) is student in history of the modern and contemporary architecture. He graduated from Master's degree in art history from the Université Paris-Sorbonne in 2013.
Antonino De Francesco (1954) is Professor of Early Modern history. He taught at the universities of Catania (1989-1993), Padua (1993-1994) and Basilicata (1994-2001), serving then in Milan. Since 2016 he is Head of the Department of Historical Studies.
Valentina De Santi, in December 2016 I got my PhD in joint supervision between the doctoral school «Territoires, Sociétés, Développement» of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociale in Paris and the doctoral school «Geografia storica per la valorizzazione del patrimonio storico-ambientale» of the Univerisity of Genoa.
Francesco Dendena (1981) grauated in 2004 at the University of Milan and completed his studies obtaining his Ph.D. in the University of Milan and in the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales of Paris under the direction of Professors Maria Luisa Cicalese and Patrice Gueniffey.
Dr. Raphael Ebgi is Scientific Collaborator at the Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano. He has previously been Research Associate (2013-2018) at the Jewish Institute of the Freie Universität, Berlin. He earned his B.A. (2008) and his M.A. (2010) in Philosophy at the Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milano.
Michele Fedrighini (1990), after classical studies attended the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, where he graduated cum laude in 2018 with a thesis entitled “Il diritto delle successioni nel codice civile del 1865 tra dottrina e prassi”.
I am a nineteenth-century transnational intellectual historian and my research places Italian political thought within continental Europe and the Mediterranean world(s), with a particular focus on Hegel’s reception in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Jean-Philippe Garric (1961) Professor of History of Architecture, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne since 2013.
Giacomo Girardi (Verona, 1989), is Post-Doc Fellow at the Archivio del Moderno, Università della Svizzera italiana. He obtained his Ph.D. in “History, Culture, Social and Institutional Theories” from the Department of Historical Studies, University of Milan and Université Paris-Est Créteil.
Romain Iliou is associated researcher at Laboratoire AHTTEP, École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris – La Villette (ENSAPLV).
Paola Mastrolia, I graduated in Law at Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Piacenza (2008-2009 a.y., marks 110/110 cum laude). I got my Phd in the Histoy of Law at University of Macerata (2014). From 2014 (to present) I’m a post-doc researcher in the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milano.
Valeria Mirra is research fellow at the Archivio del Moderno of the Italian-Swiss University (USI). Her main topic of research is History of Art and architectural culture between the 18th and the 19th century.
Guillaume Nicoud, PhD in History of Art and Architecture, is Post-Doc Researcher at Archivio del Moderno, Accademia di Architettura, Università della Svizzera italiana
Geo Quadri (Locarno, 1991) is law student and research assistant at the University of Lucerne.
researcher at Archivio del Moderno, Accademia di Architettura, Università della Svizzera Italiana. She completed her Ph.D. in History of Art at Sapienza - University of Rome, in 2019.
Francesco Repishti graduated in Architecture in Milan (1989), and then studied Archivistic, Diplomatistic and Paleography (1991) and completed his PhD in the History of Architecture at the Politecnico in Turin (1996).
Emilio Scaramuzza (1988). He gratuated in History with honors from the Università degli Studi di Milano (UNIMI) in 2011 (Bachelor’s degree) and in 2014 (Master’s degree), under the supervision of Prof. Antonino De Francesco.
Ornella Selvafolta holds a degree in architecture from the Politecnico (Milan) and completes her education at the Pennsylvania State University thanks to a Fulbright scholarship for advanced research.
Alessandro Simoneschi è1974. Dopo aver conseguito la maturità federale letteraria (B), si è laureato in diritto all’Università di Friburgo cum laude con menzione bilingue, diritto europeo e diritto canonico (lic. utr. iur).
Degree in Law from Catholic University, Milano. Since 2010 he is full Professor of History of medieval and modern Law in the Catholic University in Milano. Previously he was Associate Professor of History of medieval and modern Law in the Catholic University of Piacenza (2001) and a researcher in the Faculty of Law in the Catholic University in Milano (1999).
PhD student at the University of Lucerne
(Rome, 1985), art historian, she is a Ph.D. graduates in History of Art at University of studies Roma Tre (2018) with a dissertation about the church of Saint Isidore agricola a Capo le Case. She studies stucco decoration from 16thuntil 20thcentury and she’s currently involved in several research projects on this matter.
Letizia Tedeschi has been the director of the Archivio del Moderno of the Academy of Architecture of the Università della Svizzera italiana since 1996.
PhD student at the Università della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano
Stefania Ventra (Bergamo, 1983), art historian, graduated, specialized and received a Ph.D. at Sapienza University of Rome, where she was a subject lecturer in History of Modern Art from 2014 and research fellow in 2017-2018.
Maurizio Viroli is Professor of Political Communication at the University of Italian Switzerland (Lugano), Professor Emeritus of Politics at Princeton University and Professor of Government at the University of Texas (Austin).