Dr. Fernando Esposito
Ludwig and Margarethe Quidde Fellow

+39 06 66049253
fernando.esposito[at]uni-konstanz.de

Publications

2004 M.A. in Philosophy and Modern and Contemporary History at the University of Tübingen; 2005 to 2008 research assistant at the SFB 437 War Experiences at the University of Tübingen; 2009 to 2013 research assistant at the DFG Research Network "After the Boom"; 2010 PhD at the University of Tübingen; October 2010 to April 2011 postdoctoral fellow at the German Historical Institute London; 2013 to 2014 research assistant at the Seminar for Modern History at the University of Tübingen; 2014 to 2015 research assistant at the Seminar for Contemporary History at the University of Tübingen; 2016 to 2019 DFG own position at the Seminar for Contemporary History at the University of Tübingen; since April 2019 temporary academic advisor at the Research Group for Modern and Contemporary History at the University of Konstanz. From May to October 2021 he will be a Ludwig and Margarethe Quidde Fellow at the German Historical Institute in Rome pursuing a research project on The Simultaneity of the Non-simultaneous. Chronotopos and Chronopolitics.

Main research interests
History and theory of historical times; fascism; the modern age; the history of Germany and Italy in the 19th and 20th centuries; the mediterranean region in the 19th and 20th centuries; new history of ideas