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I have been an Adjunct Professor of Contemporary History and History of Eastern Europe at the University of Oriental Piedmont (February 2015 – April 2016).
Christian Costamagna, Ph.D. was born in Piedmont, Italy, in 1979.
PhD (September 2013), Historical Sciences (University of Oriental Piedmont, Italy). “The causes of the political reforms in Serbia and the ascent to power of Slobodan Milosevic. A communist regime looking for new legitimacy”.
MA (September 2009), International Relations (University of Torino, Italy).
BA, Communication Sciences (University of Torino, Italy).
He did field research for his dissertation about the political reforms in Serbia and Yugoslavia during the second half of the 1980s. He has been intern at the Institute for Contemporary History in Belgrade in 2011, and worked in the Archives of Serbia. In 2012 he spent a semester at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana researching at the Archives of Slovenia. He participated to various international conferences, seminars, summer schools, and lectured at Universities. He has been, since 1997, on the whole territory of former Yugoslavia many times, in particular for language courses.