Ottocento Italiano: A Journey Through Nineteenth-Century Italian Opera – A Concert Performance
Alberto Nones, 2009-10 Olin-Lehrman Postdoctoral Fellow, James Madison Program, on piano, and Italian soprano Nunzia Santodirocco
Alberto Nones, the James Madison Program’s 2009-10 Olin-Lehrman Postdoctoral Fellow, is a political theorist whose research and teaching interests include patriotism, nationalism, theories of war and peace, European integration, and international relations theory. He was Marie Curie Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge, where he conducted research on the relationship between national patriotisms and the formation of a European identity, and Fulbright Visiting Student Researcher at Princeton University, where he focused on republicanism. Nones, who is also an accomplished pianist, inquires into classical political theory and new research paths intersecting politics, culture, ethics and aesthetics. He is developing a manuscript entitled The political theory of Giuseppe Verdi. He holds a Laurea degree from the University of Bologna, an M.Sc. from the London School of Economics, and a Ph.D. from the University of Trento.