Welcome to my page!
My name is Lorenzo Ferrari and I am 30 years old. I currently live in Trento (Italy).
I am a historian of contemporary Europe and international relations. My PhD thesis has dealt with the history of the external relations of the European Community, I have recently turned it into a book published by Peter Lang. Currently I focus my research on the international activity of the Western European countries during the Cold War era, in particular with regard to the United Nations; you can read more about my research here. I have been visiting fellow at the University of Turku (Finland) in August-December 2016.
Beside doing research, I work as a freelance historian and editor. For instance, I work with the Zanichelli publishing house, preparing history textbooks and teaching tools for schools. I work on academic history books for the Viella publishing house, and sometimes I translate academic articles/books from English to Italian. I also work on a public history project concerning international history, and I blog for the Italian newspaper Il Post; every now and then I write for other media outlets.
I’m always happy to consider new projects and forms of collaboration, so if you’d like to exchange some ideas just contact me.