Alberto Preti has been professor of Contemporary History and History of the Welfare State at the Faculty of Educational Science at the University of Bologna University, and deputy of Bologna University in the Overseas project for the exchange of students between the University of Bologna and American universities, in particular the Eastern College Consortium. He also teaches Contemporary History at the Military Academy of Modena. He has served as president of the Parri Emilia-Romagna historical institute and is currently coordinator of the research area of the same Institute. His publications have dealt with the construction of democracy in the nineteenth century, the transformation of society and economy in Emilia-Romagna from ca. 1850 to ca. 1950, Fascism, World War II and its aftermath, and the history of the Resistance movement. Recently he has published: La lotta armata e la Resistenza politica, in Istituto per la Storia e le Memorie del ‘900 Parri Emilia-Romagna, La Resistenza, il fascismo, la memoria, edited by Alberto De Bernardi and Alberto Preti (Bononia University Press 2017); Superare Caporetto. L’esercito e gli italiani nella svolta del 1917, edited by Luca Gorgolini, Fabio Montella and Alberto Preti (Unicopli 2017); Comunità in guerra sull’Appennino. La Linea Gotica tra storia e politiche della memoria, edited by Mirco Carrattieri and Alberto Preti (Viella 2018).
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