Link Campus University - Roma
Tommaso Visone is Associate Professor of History of Political Doctrines (SPS/02) at Link Campus University and Adjunct Professor of Political Thought for Colonization and Decolonization (SPS/02) at Sapienza University of Rome.
PhD in Political Science, he has been research fellow in History of Political Doctrines at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa for four years and in History of Economic Thought at the University of Roma Tre for two years. He has also conducted research at the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, CesUE (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa), A.R.E.L.A. and the Centro Studi sul Federalismo in Turin. His research interests focus mainly on the history of the idea of Europe in the 20th century, the thought of Albert Camus, the intellectual history of federalism, decolonial thought and the history of democracy.
He has taken part in research projects and teaching activities at the Université Savoie-Mont Blanc, the University of Cyprus, the University of Cambridge, the University of Hong Kong, Universitatea din Bucuresti and the University Federico II of Naples. In 2019, he was Visiting Professor at the Université El Manar in Tunis.
He co-directs the Teoria e ricerca sociale e politica series at the Altravista publishing house in Pavia and has been the editor of the magazine Stati Uniti d'Europa for the Critica Liberale Foundation. He is a member of the editorial staff of Euractiv.it.
Among his recent publications: Henri Grégoire, Sulla tratta e la schiavitù dei neri e dei bianchi. Scritto da un amico degli uomini di tutti i colori, Castelvecchi, Roma, 2021 (edited by, forthcoming); Gramsci contemporaneo. Discorsi e modelli (contro)egemonici, Altravista, Pavia 2019 (edited by, with Nicola Cucchi); Ripensare l’Europa. Istituzioni, mutamenti, concetti, Altravista, Pavia, 2019 (edited by with Federica Martiny) e L’Europa oltre l’Europa. Metamorfosi di un’idea nella crisi degli anni Trenta (1929-1939), ETS, Pisa, 2015.
The office hours will take place immediately after the lessons. In any case, the students may ask the professor for a private appointment by mail.