Dr Giuliana Chamedes worked as a Lecturer in the Program in History and Literature at Harvard University. Much of her research examines the role played by the Vatican in shaping international affairs in the twentieth century. Previously a winner of the prize for the Best MPhil dissertation at Selwyn College, she will soon go on to hold (amongst other honors) a research scholarship at the Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, as well as teaching at Columbia University and Harvard University. Her most recent publication is:
‘The Vatican and the Reshaping of the European International Order after World War I’, The Historical Journal, 56 (December 2013)
Dr Chamedes is a short-term Visiting Fellow to the Conspiracy & Democracy project.