Born in August 21, 1952 – (Perugia, Italy)
Address: Piazza Piccinino, 9 – 06122 Perugia.
sito internet: www.ruggeroranieri.it
President of the Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello (Perugia).
DEGREES AND CAREER
I graduated in History from the University of Florence and was awarded a Doctorate in History from the European University Institute of Fiesole (Firenze). I was employed in the UK from 1987 to 2004 in various posts at the Universities of Essex, at the London School of Economics and at the University of Manchester, where I was promoted to Senior Lecturer and Jean Monnet Professor in 1999. Advisory Board of ICSIM (Terni).
PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH PROJECTS
I am an expert on the history of the European Steel industry and on the early history of the European Integration, areas in which I have published widely. Recent publications include: “Industrial Policy in Italy after 1945 and the Role of Tripartite Agreements”, in K. Davies, G. Devos and P.Pasture (eds.), Changing Liaisions. The Dynamics of Social Partnership in 20th Century West-European Democracies, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, 2007, pp. 213-238;
R. Ranieri, A. Capaccioni and A. Paoli (eds.), Le biblioteche e gli archivi durante la seconda guerra mondiale. Il caso italiano. Bologna, Pendragon, 2007.
Among my subsidiary interests, World War II and the Allied Campaign in Italy.
I am Founder and President of the Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello, a charitable trust which preserves a House museum and a library with a collection of history books and private papers. I am joint editor of “Diomede. Rivista di Cultura e politica umbra”, a quarterly journal of politics, history, and the arts in Umbria. I sit on the Advisory Board of ICSIM (Istituto Franco Momigliano per la Cultura e la Storia di Impresa) in Terni. Honorary Fellow of the Accademia di Belle Arti Pietro Vannucci (Perugia).