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Luca Bertolani Azeredo has been a XXXVII cycle PhD student in Global History and Governance at the Scuola Superiore Meridionale (Naples) since 2021.

His current research project, entitled “«There are illegalities that are not crimes». An investigation into political violence and paramilitary bodies in Ireland before the Great War” is supervised by Professor Teodoro Tagliaferri (UNINA Federico II). Starting from a reflection on culture and nationalism in the late 19th century, this research involves analysing the development of paramilitary corps and the use of political violence in Ireland between the late 19th century and 1916.

From May 2023 to October 2023 he was a Visiting Student at University College, Cork, Ireland under the supervision of Professor John Borgonovo.

From September 2022 to February 2023 he was Visiting Student at Queen’s University Belfast, near Belfast (UK) under the supervision of Professors Richard English and Fearghal McGarry.

Bertolani Azeredo graduated in Historical Sciences from the University of Padua. During these years, he moved to Dublin for a semester under the Erasmus+ programme in order to carry out the archival research work required for his master’s thesis. The final work, The Irish Labour Party. From Its Origins to 1938, was supervised by Professor Matteo Millan (University of Padua) and Professor Diarmaid Ferriter (University College Dublin).

He previously studied History at the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, graduating in 2017 with a thesis entitled The Spanish Flu Pandemic, the largest epidemic in history under the guidance of Professor Alberto de Bernardi.

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