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 (De)constructing Mediterranean Europe: Italian Farmers Facing the EEC's Southern Enlargement, (1970s–1980s).

- 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