Giordano Filippo Maria

Fiano Fabio

Associate Professor 

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Associate Professor of "Comporary History", he taught the same subject at the University of Genova, "History of European Integration" at the University of Bologna (Forlì Campus) and  "Subsidiarity and models of governance in the European Union" at the University of Turin. At the latter, he was the co-ordinator of the “Jean Monnet” Module in the "Religious Factor in the process of European Integration" (Religions for Europe, 2015-2018). He has been collaborating for years with the Foundation Centre for Studies on Federalism in Turin and is a member of the scientific committee of several research centres, including the Centre for Studies on Europe - TO-EU (of the Department of Political Culture and Society of the University of Turin), the Centre for Studies, Documentation and Training on the European Union (Spin-Off of the Scuola Superiore di Studi Universitari e di Perfezionamento of Sant'Anna in Pisa) and the Laboratory of History, Politics, Institutions - La.S.P.I. (of the POLIS Department of the University of Eastern Piedmont). He is a member of the editorial board of the 'Dizionario storico dell'integrazione europea', edited by Piero Craveri, Umberto Morelli and Gaetano Quagliariello. He is currently editor-in-chief of the scientific journal of European studies 'De Europa. European and Global Studies Journal', University of Turin, and editor-in-chief of the Research Section of 'Labsus. Laboratory for Subsidiarity'. His research field is mainly related to contemporary history, and history of the European integration process, with a focus on all aspects of political thought, history of institutions and international relations. Recently, his research has focused on the study of the principle of subsidiarity in European governance, the definition of the identity aspects of the European Union and the analysis of the contribution of the European Parliament's political groups to the EU's institutional reforms as well as the definition of its international role. Among his publications are the following: 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, with L. Barbaini and S. Quirico (Aracne 2020). Furthermore, he authored various essays on european institutions, foreign policy, security and defense of the EU, on religions, international relations and eurosce P. Caraffini, Parliamentary groups and political traditions in the debates on EU institutional reform (1979-1999), 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 e U. Morelli (a cura di), L’Unione Europea nelle relazioni internazionali (Carocci 2015); A Theory of the Role of Religion in Regional Supranational Integration Processes (L’Europe en formation”, nº 371, 2014); 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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