I was born in Reggio Emilia, Emilia Romagna, Italy, where I lived until 2017 when I moved to Padua for my MA. I have lived one year in Naples starting my PhD and I have spent two semesters as a visiting student in Belfast (Queen’s University, Belfast), and Cork (University College, Cork).
Irish history; political violence; paramilitarism; nationalism; labour history; history of childhood; decolonisation; imperialism; British history; youth organisations; trade union; trade unionism; volunteers; yeomanry; civil war; Irish studies
Luca Bertolani Azeredo
November 2013 â€“ March 2017
October 2017 â€“ September 2020
January â€“ May 2019
November 2021 â€“ Ongoing
September 2022 â€“ February 2023
May 2023Â â€“ October 2023
Bertolani Azeredo, Luca. Il Manuale del giovane terrorista. Na Fianna Ă‰ireann e il paramilitarismo irlandese [The Handbook of the Young Terrorist. Na Fianna Ă‰ireann and Irish Paramilitarism], in AA.VV. By What Authority? The Historical Narration as a (De)Legitimation Instrument (Pavia University Press, Pavia, 2024).
Bertolani Azeredo Luca, The Balloon and the Bullet. Children and Young People in Irish early Paramilitarism. Fianna Eireann and the Young Citizen Volunteers, in AA. VV. Lost, Unhappy and at Home: The Impact of Violence on Irish Culture. Volume II Culture (Peter Lang, 2024)
Bertolani Azeredo Luca, The Separation of Industrial & Political Labour, 1930, in Buckley Sarah-Anne, Coquelin Olivier, and Devine Francis (eds), Retreating from Revolution: Irish Working Class Politics in the 1920s, Umiskin Press, Dublin, 2024.
Come (non) si racconta una pandemia. La Spagnola nelle pagine del Â«Corriere della SeraÂ» [How (not) to report a pandemic. The Spanish Flu in the pages of the “Corriere della Sera”], in â€śAmici di Passato e Presenteâ€ť, 15 Giugno 2020, amicidipassatoepresente.wordpress.com
Helgren, Jennifer. The Camp Fire Girls. Gender, Race, and American Girlhood, 1910-1980, in â€śJournal of the History of Childhood and Youthâ€ś, Vol. 17, No. 1, Winter 2024.