Giulia Crisanti

Research Fellow
M-STO/04

Email: g.crisanti@unisg.it

University of Gastronomic Sciences | Pollenzo Campus
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, 9
fraz. Pollenzo – 12042 Bra (Cn) – Italy

 

BIOGRAPHY

Giulia Crisanti is a historian specialized in the 20th century history of Euro-American relations and exchanges, with a specific focus on consumption, Americanization, globalization and business history. She got her MA in History and Civilization from the  University of Pisa in 2015. She received her PhD in Modern History from Fordham University, defending a thesis on “Europeans Are Lovin’it? Coca Cola, McDonald’s and the Responses to American Global Businesses in Italy and France, 1886-2015.” In the course of her PhD, she taught a Modern European History Class at Fordham Rose Hill College. In 2018 she was the receipient of the O’Connell Initiative on Global Capitalism Research Fellowship. In 2019 she received a Short Term Fellowship for Visiting Researchers from Emory College in order to access and work on the Coca Cola records. She is a member of the Associazione Italiana di Studi Nordamericani, of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations and of the Association for the Study of Modern Italy.

 

She is currently a research fellow at the University of Scienze Gastronomiche del Pollenzo, as part of the Prin Project “Transatlantic Transfers: The Italian Presence in Post-War America.”

 

MAIN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AREA in UNISG

Mobility

 

SPECIFIC RESEARCH TOPICS

  • US-Italy Relations
  • Americanization
  • Globalization
  • McDonaldization
  • Consumption 
  • Food Studies
  • Cold War

 

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