On the “global” far right: Europeanism, pan-nationalism, and transregional connections (1920s–2019)
Andrea Mammone is a historian and a media commentator. He is a senior researcher in contemporary history (in SARAS, the department of Storia Antropologia Religioni Arte Spettacolo) at the University of Rome La Sapienza. He previously taught European history at the University of London. He is a former visiting scholar at both the University of Pennsylvania and the European University Institute. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Leeds, and previously graduated in Political Science and International Studies at the Università di Siena.
He has published on post-war and contemporary European far-right parties and on Italian society and history — including Transnational Neofascism in France and Italy (Cambridge University Press). He is publishing a book on Southern Italy and the myth of the Bourbons (Mondadori).
He blogs for HuffPost Italia. He has also written for The Guardian, New Statesman, Al Jazeera, The New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Review, Foreign Affairs, Los Angeles Review of Books, Reuters, La Stampa, The Independent, Corriere della Sera, and CNN, among others.