Paul Ginsborg is a British historian who since 1992 has been Professor of Contemporary European History at the University of Florence. He is President of Libertà e Giustizia, the civil-society association which over the last twenty years has organised many actions in defence of the post-war constitution and the independence of the Italian judiciary.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?From sardines to a new language of politics? An interview with Paul Ginsborg
On the doldrums in which the Italian Left has languished for many years, and the new democratic energies which have...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?The origins of abstentionism in the history of the Italian Republic
Ahead of the Italian elections, the historian of contemporary Europe reflects on the long processes leading more and...