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This Century’s Review Editorial Staff



Laura Di Gregorio (Germany)


Managing Editor

Anna Kinder (Germany)


Contributing Editors

Magdalena Nowinska (Brazil)

Manfred Schulz (Italy)


Language Consultants and Text Editors

Charlotte Beauchamp (France/Switzerland)

April Boehm (Germany)

Alexandra Cox (Germany)

Jane Morecroft (United Kingdom)

Emiliabianca Pisani (Italy)


Marketing Consultant

Angelo Di Gregorio, Full Professor of Economics at the University of Milan, and marketing consultant (Italy)



PRIMEL interaktiv (Germany)




Uwe Dettmar (Germany)

We would like to thank all those authors who have supported This Century’s Review from the very beginning with enthusiasm, suggestions and criticism.


Virgílio Afonso da Silva (1973), Professor of Human Rights at São Paolo University (Brazil)

Agnese Andreucci (1968), Associate Protection Officer at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Zagreb (Croatia)

Najwa Barakat (1960), Lebanese-French writer living in Paris (France)

Carlos Bernal (1974), Professor of Constitutional Law at University Externado of Colombia in Bogotà (Colombia)

Sabrina Brancato (1971), literary journalist and lecturer at the Institut für England- und Amerikastudien, J.W. Goethe Universität, Frankfurt (Germany)

Caterina Calderoni (1963), Professor of Composition at the Conservatory of Bari (Italy)

Jean-Pierre Cassarino (1968), research coordinator at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence (Italy)

Jennifer Holmes (1969), Leverhulme Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research at the University of London (United Kingdom)

Mirabelle Madignier (Lyon 1969), historian and consultant to publishing houses. Florence, Italy

Stephan Malinowski (1966), Assistant Professor of History at Freie Universität, Berlin (Germany), and fellow at Harvard University, Cambridge (USA)

Stefano Nardelli (1965), Senior Economist-Statistician at the European Central Bank, Frankfurt (Germany)

Katia Romano (1965), architect and designer in Florence (Italy)

Vincenzo Romanello (1967), architect and designer in Florence (Italy)

Kulwant Singh (1959), Professor of Law at the University of Jammu (India)

Luca Quattrocchi (1959), Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of Siena (Italy)

Resy Canonica Walangitang (1969), journalist at Radio Televisione Svizzera Italiana in Lugano (Switzerland)


We would also like to extend our warmest appreciation to composer and conductor Paolo Manetti, conductor and artistic promoter of the Ravenna Chamber Orchestra (Italy).