Valentine Lomellini

Valentine Lomellini is Associate Professor at the Department of Political and Law Sciences, and International Studies (University of
Padua), where she teaches "History of International Relations" and "Terrorism and Security in International History"; she also holds a
course in "Social Movements and Italian Terrorism in the XX Century" at the Scuola Galileiana di Studi Superiori.
 
She earned a Ph.D in Political Systems and Institutional Changes at the Institute of Advanced Studies IMT (2009) and she was  warded the Medal of the President of the Italian Republic.
 
Among her publications: L’appuntamento mancato. La Sinistra italiana e il Dissenso nei regimi comunisti (1968-1989), (Mondadori education, 2010); Les relations dangereuses: The French communists and socialists and the human rights issue in the Eastern countries, (Peter Lang, 2012); with A. Varsori (eds.), I movimenti di contestazione tra gli anni Sessanta e Settanta: la dimensione internazionale di un fenomeno italiano, “Ventunesimo secolo”, no. 34, 2014; La ‘grande paura rossa’. L’Italia delle spie bolsceviche, 1917-1922 (FrancoAngeli, 2015); (ed.) L’Europa della Guerra fredda e l’Italia degli anni di piombo. Una regia internazionale per il terrorismo? (Mondadori education, 2017).
 
She is currently working on the history of European States’ response to transnational terrorism.