Giordano Filippo Maria

Fiano Fabio

Associate Professor

Link Campus University - Rome

Course Catalogue

Filippo Maria Giordano, Associate Professor of Contemporary History, has taught at the University of Turin, Genoa and Bologna (Forlì Campus). He has held a Jean Monnet Module (Religions for Europe, 2015-2018) at the University of Turin, currently holds the Jean Monnet Cattedre at Link Campus University (Ciak-EU!, 2022-2025).

He is a co-founder and member of the Center for European and Transnational Historical Studies - Alizé, collaborates with the Centre for Studies on Federalism and is a member of the scientific committee of a number of research centers, including the Center for Studies on Europe - TO-EU, the Center for Studies, Documentation and Training on the European Union and the Laboratory of History, Politics, Institutions - La.S.P.I. He is a member of the editorial board and editorial board of the Historical Dictionary of European Integration, edited by Piero Craveri, Umberto Morelli, Gaetano Quagliariello. He is editor-in-chief of the scholarly journal of European studies De Europa. European and Global Studies Journal, and editor-in-chief of the Research section of Labsus. Laboratorio per la sussidiarietà.

He conducts his research in the field of contemporary history, the history of the European integration process, with particular attention to political thought, history of institutions and international relations. He has also researched the history and nature of the principle of subsidiarity on European governance, European identity, the contribution of the Political Groups of the European Parliament to the institutional reforms of the European Union and its international role. 

His volume publications include Francesco Singleton Lo Bue pastore valdese, antifascista e federalista (Claudiana 2013); United through Diversity. An Insight into Federalism and Ecumenism within Italian Protestantism (Peter Lang 2016), L’individuo e la nazione. Federalismo protestante e le origini del liberalismo italiano, 1787-1848 (Carocci 2014), Europa, identità e democrazia. Crisi di un paradigma e nuove prospettive, con L. Barbaini e S. Quirico (Aracne 2020).

He also authored various essays on European institutions, EU foreign, security and defense policy, religions and international relations, and Euroscepticism, including Parliamentary groups and political traditions in the debates on EU institutional reform (1979-1999) with P. Caraffini, in M. Ceretta, B. Curli (eds.), Discourses and Counter-discourses on Europe: from the Enlightenment to the EU, (Routledge 2017); La sicurezza interna ed esterna dell’UE: un rapporto di necessità. Quali modelli di cooperazione?, in G. Finizio and U. Morelli (curated by), L’Unione Europea nelle relazioni internazionali (Carocci 2015); The Light and Shadow of Danish Euroscepticism: Opposition to and Participation in the European Integration Process, in G. Levi, D. Preda (eds.), Euroscepticisms. Resistance and Opposition to the European Community/European Union (Il Mulino 2019).

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