2004–2008 BA in Philosophy and History at the Sapienza Università di Roma and at the Freie Universität (FU) Berlin; 2008–2011 MA in Historical Urban Studies at the Technische Universität (TU) Berlin; 2012–2015 DFG-Fellow of the Graduiertenkolleg "Die Welt in der Stadt" at TU Berlin, visiting fellow at the Columbia University (Barnard College) and archival research in Buenos Aires; 2015–2018 lecturer at the chair for Latin American and Global History (Prof. Dr. Michael Goebel) in the Global History Department (Prof. Dr. Sebastian Conrad) of the FU Berlin; 2019 Doctoral degree at the TU Berlin with the dissertation "Park, Tenement, Slaughterhouse: Elite Imaginaries of Buenos Aires (1852–1880)"; 2019–2020 Postdoc fellow at the German Historical Institute in Rome; 2020–2021 guest lecturer at the chair for Contemporary European History (Prof. Dr. Claudia Weber) and visiting scholar at the Institut für Europa-Studien of the Europa-Universität Viadrina in Frankfurt/Oder; since April 2021 postdoc researcher at the German Historical Institute in Rome in the project "Movements against Europe". He works on the topic of Alternative Visions of Europe in the post-war French, Italian and Spanish Political Left.

- GSU – Gesellschaft für Stadtgeschichte und Urbanisierungsforschung (since 2015)
- Editorial board member of the interdisciplinary peer-review journal sub\urban – Zeitschrift für kritische Stadtforschung (2015–2020)
- Editor of the scientific blog Global Urban History (2015–2016)

Main Research Interests
Global history; urban history; history of the European integration process; history of science (especially of medicine); environmental history; urban studies; critical theory. Regional focus: Southern Europe (mainly France, Italy, and Spain) and Latin America (especially the Southern Cone and Argentina). Epochal focus: second half of the nineteenth and twentieth century