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All written correspondence should be sent to
CESAA’s postal address at:
CESAA
P.O. Box 2125
Hawthorn, 3122
Victoria, Australia 
All general enquiries regarding CESAA or the content of this website can be emailed to:
Bruno Mascitelli

Committee Members

President
Bruno Mascitelli (Swinburne University)
Bruno Mascitelli

Vice President & Journal editor
Peter Morgan (University of Sydney)
Peter Morgan

Membership
Margherita Matera (University of Melbourne)
Margherita Matera

Treasurer
Amanda Creighton (RMIT)

Secretary
Marion Schoen (University of Melbourne)

Committee members


Stephen Alomes
Riccardo Armillei (Deakin University)
Chiara De Lazzari (Swinburne University)
Maren Klein (Swinburne University)
Lachlan McKenzie (University of Melbourne)


 


Enquiries relating to specific functions of the secretariat, can be sent to the relevant committee member:


President: Bruno Mascitelli

Dr. Bruno Mascitelli is a senior lecturer at Swinburne University of Technology and lecturers in European and Italian Studies. He completed his PhD in 2005 on the Cold War and Italian political crisis of the 1990s. Bruno has published in areas relating to Italian politics and Italian political economy.

Email: bmascitelli@swin.edu.au

Vice-president Peter Morgan

Professor Peter Morgan is Director of the European Studies program at the University of Sydney.
His recent publications include Ismail Kadare: The Writer and the Dictatorship 1957-1990 (Oxford: Legenda, 2010) and "'Your Story is Now My Story': The Ethics of Narration in Grass and Sebald." Monatshefte Vol. 101, no. 2 (2009): 86-106. His current research interests include Balkan post-communism, European Studies and Literature and National Identity.

Email: peter.morgan@sydney.edu.au


Membership Margherita Matera

Margherita Matera is currently undertaking a PhD in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne. Her thesis is looking at how military aspects of the European Unions Security and Defence Policy has contributed to the EUs power and influence as a regional and international actor.

Email: m.matera@pgrad.unimelb.edu.au

Treasurer: Amanda Creighton