Dr Giovanni Graglia recently completed a thesis on Piedmontese identities under Fascism. He is interested in the way in which strong regionalist feelings obstructed the totalitarian efforts of the regime. More generally, his research interests include theories of fascism, questions of nationalism, monarchism, Catholic social power, and the way in which the press molds public opinion.
Dr Graglia teaches the following courses at undergraduate level:
HY113 - From Empire to Independence: The Extra-European World in the Twentieth Century
HY116 - International History since 1890
Dr Graglia teaches the following course at postgraduate level:
HY400 - Crisis Decision-Making in War and Peace 1914-2003