Dr. Simon Unger-Alvi

Principal Investigator, DHI Rome

Simon Unger-Alvi is based at the German Historical Institute in Rome and the Principal Investigator of the research group. He studied history and philosophy at University College Maastricht, UCLA, and Oxford University, from where he was awarded his doctorate in 2018. As a graduate student he has held scholarships by the British Economic and Social Research Council and the German National Academic Foundation. In 2016, he was appointed to a lectureship at Magdalen College/Oxford, where he taught modern European history. After completing his PhD, he was a visiting postdoctoral fellow at the German Historical Institute in Washington DC (2018–2019) and subsequently moved to Rome. Simon Unger-Alvi’s research is concerned with the history of political thought and religion in the twentieth century. In Rome, he currently works on a new project under the title Shadows of the Occident. Catholicism in the Political Thought of Post-War Europe, 1945–1960.

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Shadows of the Occident: Catholicism in the Political Thought of Post-War Europe, 1945-1960

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