• Prof. Adolfo Scotto di Luzio (University of Bergamo, Italy) joins HHB Fellows

    Sept. 28, 2015

    HHB welcomes Adolfo Scotto di Luzio - Associate Professor of History of Pedagogy at the University of Bergamo, Italy - as a HHB Fellow.

    Historian of the contemporary age, since 2014 he is also Full Professor at the European module "Jean Monnet" on European Policies on Education and Training at the University of Bergamo. He is part of the Advisory Board of Contenuti, which is projecting M9, museum of the Twentieth Century, for the Italian Fondazione di Venezia. For the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research between 2010 and 2011 he has designed and coordinated, as member of the Scientific Committee, the portal of the Risorgimento, as part of the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the Italian Unity.

    For the same Ministry in 2014 he was member of the Scientific Committee that designed and prepared the initiative "One hundred years after the Great War", and personally oversaw the publication of the first of the three volumes of «Materiali per conoscere, capire, ricordare», Il mondo nella tormenta (1914-1918). In 2013, he was auditor ANVUR for the VQR. His most important books are published by Il Mulino. In 2013 he published "La scuola che vorrei" (Mondadori). Forthcoming (Il Mulino, October 2015), his latest book Senza educazione. I rischi della scuola 2.0.

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