Prof. Stefano Cavazza teaches “Contemporary History” (undergraduate) and “History of European Society in the Twentieth Century” (graduate) at the University of Bologna’s Faculty of Political Sciences. He is currently the director of the BA Program in International Studies and of the PhD Program in Politics, Institutions, and History.
Prof. Cavazza’s research interests include Italian and German political history, Fascism, the study of consumption and regional history. He has been a research fellow at the University of Tübingen, at the German Historical Institute in Rome, and at the Center for Contemporary History in Munich, and a visiting professor at the École de Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. He has also taught at the University of Trier, the Humboldt in Berlin, and in Potsdam with the Socrates Program. He is a member of the editorial board of the historical journal Ricerche di Storia politica and co-editor of the Storia Politica, a book series published by Rubbettino Editore. In 2005, Prof. Cavazza’s book Piccole Patrie won the Minturnae Prize for Historical Research.