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BIPR | Development: A Missing Dimension?
Development: A Missing Dimension?

November 4, 2020 - 18:00

Sara Lorenzini, University of Trento, Italy

Development: A Missing Dimension?
Sara Lorenzini
University of Trento, Italy

Join Professor Sara Lorenzini of the University of Trento for a discussion how leadership shapes development priorities, with a focus on infrastructural projects in Africa.

Sara Lorenzini is Professor of Modern History at the School of International Studies (SIS), University of Trento (Italy). She is the Director of the Master in International and Security Studies (a joint degree SIS Trento and Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies Pisa) and the holder of a Jean Monnet Chair, 2018-2021. Lorenzini teaches courses on the History of the Cold War, on Decolonization, on Development and Security, and, as a Jean Monnet Professor, on the History of the EU. Her research interests include Cold War History, Decolonization and North-South Relations, Environmental History, Italian Foreign Policy. Her latest book is Global Development: A Cold War History (Princeton University Press, 2019).
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