Wilson Center Experts
Giuliana Chamedes is a scholar of twentieth-century European and international history. Her work is concerned with the place of religion in the modern world, and her geographic areas of specialty are Europe (West and East) and the United States. Educated at Brown University, the University of Cambridge, and the University of Florence, Giuliana recently completed a doctorate in European history at Columbia University (2013). She is now preparing her book manuscript, which is provisionally titled Catholic Internationalism and the Making of the Atlantic Order, 1920-1960. During her time at Harvard, she is also writing and teaching courses on the history of internationalism, public diplomacy, conservatism, and trans-Atlantic relations.