Areas of expertise



At Harvard, Giuliana has developed and taught courses on Comparative European State-Building; Transnational European History since 1945; France and the World; Empire and Religion in Europe's Long Nineteenth Century; and Cultures of Consent: The History of Public Diplomacy in Europe and the United States since World War I. She has designed a teaching module on Research in the Digital Age and is currently serving on the Committee on Instruction of the Program in History & Literature. She has also supervised students a number of students interested in European imperialism and decolonization and the history of trans-Atlantic relations. 

As a Teaching Fellow at Columbia University, Giuliana assisted with courses on Modern European History since the French Revolution; International and Global History since 1945; the History of Human Rights; the History of World War II; and Italy in the Wider World.