Course: Political Institutions in Europe Leuphana University of Lüneburg, degree Major Political Science October 2017-February 2018 Details forthcoming.
Course: Italian Political System (Sistema Politico Italiano) University of Milan, degree in Political Sciences, curriculum on 'Democracy, Policies, Justice' (Democrazia, Politiche, Giustizia) Winter 2017 This course aims to introduce and analyze the main features of the Italian political system. As a first step, the notion of political system and the way political science has tackled it are pointed out. The analysis of the Italian political system is introduced by a summary of the Italian political history from the Unity to the fall of Fascism. Subsequently, the course presents the political and institutional features that characterized the first fifty years of the Italian Republic and the changes occured in the last twenty years. The analysis focuses on the electoral behavior, political parties and party systems, the executive and the legislature, sub-national governments, the public administration, and the judiciary system. More information may be found on the webpage of the course of the University of Milan.
Previous Teachings 2016 Taught classes for the course Theories of Political Change (M.A. level, Italian), University of Pavia 2015 Appointed as Adjunct Lecturer in Political Science (declined), Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Pavia 2014 Teaching Assistant for the course Methods of Law and Politics at the Leuphana University Lüneburg 2012-2013 Tutoring for the course Political Science, University of Pavia 2012-2013 Tutoring for the course Political Communication, University of Pavia 2012 Taught classes for the course Theory of Political Institutions (M.A. level, Italian), University of Pavia 2010 Taught classes for the course Theory of Political Institutions (M.A. level, Italian), University of Pavia 2010 Taught classes for the course Italian Political System (B.A. level, Italian), University of Pavia Further teaching experiences may be found in the CV.