Cristiano La Lumia

cristiano.lalumia@unina.it

PhD in: GLOBAL HISTORY AND GOVERNANCE
Ciclo: XXXV - Titolo progetto: Owners and Citizens. Property rights and Citizenship of the German Ex-Enemy Aliens (1918-1932)

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  • Education:

    March – August 2019
    Erasmus+ Traineeship;
    Freie Universität, Berlin

    September 2013 – October 2018
    Diploma di Licenza;
    Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa

    September 2016 – October 2018
    Master of Arts Degree;
    University of Pisa
    Mark: 110\110 cum laude
    Dissertation: Proprietari in bilico. Il trattamento degli enemy aliens austro-tedeschi e delle loro proprietà in Italia (1915-1927), first advisor Prof. Arturo Marzano, second advisor Prof. Alessandro Polsi

    October – December 2017
    Research scholarship for dissertation;
    Freie Universität Berlin

    October 2013 – July 2016
    Bachelor Degree; University of Pisa;
    Mark: 110\110 cum laude
    Dissertation: «Punire le atrocità». La giustizia di transizione dopo la Prima guerra mondiale (1918-1922) advisor Prof. Arturo Marzano

    My project concentrates on the relationship between citizenship and property rights in the interwar period, focusing on the case of the German ex-enemy aliens after the First World War. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach based on history and legal history, the aim of the research is to highlight the construction of individuals’ belonging to the Weimar republic in the Twenties. Which role did ownership play in the building of citizenship in the XX century? How does ownership fit into the rights recognized by citizenship? How does the re-establishment of the violated patrimonial rights of citizens of enemy nationality intertwine with the “recasting of Bourgeois Europe” after the First World War? How did the new German state deal with the consequences of war for its national abroad?