Matthew D’Auria

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Matthew D’Auria has completed his PhD dissertation on French national narratives in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century at the Centre for European Studies – University College London. His main research interest is the relationship between images of the nation and discourses about Europe in the modern age. After having taught and conducted research at UCL, at the University of Salerno and at Sciences Po Paris, he is now Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of East Anglia.

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Works focusing on the history of the idea of Europe and on the history of European identity

Edited books

  • Vittorio Dini and Matthew D’Auria (eds.), The Space of Crisis. Shifting Spaces and Ideas of Europe. 1914-1945, New York, Peter Lang (Forthcoming – with contract of publication)

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  • Mark Hewitson and Matthew D’Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis: Intellectuals and the European idea, 1917-1957, Oxford, Berghahn, 2012 (In print)

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Articles in peer-reviewed journals

  • Matthew D’Auria, ‘Protean Boundaries: Montesquieu’s Europe and the Mediterranean World’, French History, n. 1, 2015

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  • Matthew D’Auria, “Libertà e forme della storia: sull’idea d’Europa in De Ruggiero, Croce e Chabod”, Rivista di Politica, n.3, 2012

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Chapters in books

  • Vittorio Dini and Matthew D’Auria, “Introduction: Spatial crisis and ideas of Europe. 1914-1945”, in Vittorio Dini and Matthew D’Auria (eds.), The Space of Crisis. Shifting Spaces and Ideas of Europe. 1914-1945, New York, Peter Lang

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  • Matthew D’Auria, “‘Against the State’: Carlo Rosselli and the social space of European federalism”, in Vittorio Dini and Matthew D’Auria (eds.), The Space of Crisis. Shifting Spaces and Ideas of Europe. 1914-1945, New York, Peter Lang

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  • Mark Hewitson and Matthew D’Auria, “Introduction: Europe during the Forty Years’ Crisis”, in Mark Hewitson and Matthew D’Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis: Intellectuals and the European idea, 1917-1957, Oxford, Berghahn, 2012 (In print)

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  • Matthew D’Auria, “Junius and the ‘President Professor’: Luigi Einaudi’s European federalism”, in Mark Hewitosn and Matthew D’Auria (eds.), Europe in Crisis: Intellectuals and the European idea, 1917-1957, Oxford, Berghahn, 2012 (In print)

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  • Matthew D’Auria, “The Ventotene Manifesto: the Crisis of the Nation State and the Political Identity of Europe”, in Menno Spiering and Michael Wintle (eds.), European Identity and the Second World War, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011

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  • Matthew D’Auria and Massimo Pendenza, “L’Europa dei federalisti italiani. Storia e prassi di un’idea”, in Vittorio Cotesta (ed.) Europa/Europa: idee, immagini, percezioni, Soveria Mannelli, Rubbettino, 2010

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Publications focusing on other issues

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

  • Matthew D’Auria, “Risorgimento Addio? Alberto Mario Banti e la nazione italiana”, Rivista di Politica, n.2, 2011

Chapters in books

  • Matthew D’Auria, “From royal to bourgeois: Augustin Thierry’s national narrative”, in Carolina Armenteros and Tim Blanning (eds.), Historicising the French Revolution, Cambridge, Cambridge Scholarly Press, 2008
  • Matthew D’Auria, “Gerard Delanty. Tra europeizzazione e cosmopolitismo”, in Massimo Pendenza (ed.), Sociologie d’Europa, Soveria Mannelli, Rubbettino, 2011

Book reviews

  • Matthew D’Auria, J. Alberto del Real Alcalá, Nacionalismo e Identidades colectivas: la disputa de los intelectuales (1762-1936), in Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (Forthcoming)
  • Matthew D’Auria, Simon Burrows, Jonathan Conlin, Russell Goulbourne and Valerie Mainz, eds., The Chevalier d’Eon and his Worlds. Gender, Espionage and Politics in the Eighteenth Century, London, Continuum Books, 2010 (Forthcoming)
  • Matthew D’Auria, Gerard Delanty, The cosmopolitan imagination, Cambridge University Press, 2009, in Quaderni di Sociologia, 2011
  • Matthew D’Auria, Zeev Sternhell, The anti-Enlightenment tradition, Yale University Press, 2009, in European History Quarterly, n. 4, 2011

Other

  • Matthew D’Auria, “L’Europa di Monnet: Il lungo salto dalla “tecnica” alla “Politica”, in Rivista di Politica Online, December 2011

 

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