Researcher and Assistant Professor, History of Latin America, University of Bergamo, Italy, and Associate Fellow for the academic year 2016/17 and 2017/18 at the Johns Hopkins University - School of Advanced International Studies, Bologna Center.
Member of the Executive Board, Italian Society of International History, and Scientific Committee Interuniversity Consortium for American History and Politics.
PhD, American Studies, University of Roma TRE (2005), with the dissertation In the Belly of the Monster: Memories of Chilean and Argentine Exiles in the United States (1973-1990). Summer Institute at Columbia University, Oral History Research Office, New York (2002), "Oral History in Contemporary Contexts: documenting Narratives of War, Conflict and Displacement in the Era of Globalization". Post doctoral fellowship at University of Roma TRE (2002), for the research Women and Human Rights in Latin America.
Co-editor with Marina Franco of La guerra fr?cultural en América Latina, Buenos Aires (2012).Author of L?America della solidarietà. L?accoglienza dei rifugiati cileni e argentini negli Stati Uniti, 1973-1983 , Roma (2006), La memoria ostinata; H.I.J.O.S., i figli dei desaparecidos argentini , Roma (2004) and other monographs. Recent book chapters and journal articles include ? It Is Not a Part of American History That We Are Proud of?. Declassification Projects in the United States (1993?2002)?, in Eugenia Allier-Monta?nd Emilio Crenzel (eds), The Struggles for Memory in Latin America. Recent History and Political Violence, New York, Palgrave MacMillan (2015); ; ?Exile and Diaspora in an Atypical Context: Chileans and Argentineans in the United States (1973-2005)?, Bulletin of Latin American Research- BLAR, Vol.32, n.3 (2013).