Ricercatore Legge 240/10 - tempo determinato


Graduated in Political Science at the University of Florence, PhD in the history of international relations at the same university, where he was research fellow and contract lecturer. He taught history of politics and scientific research in the special school for archivists and librarians of the Sapienza University of Rome. Visiting fellow in the history and civilization department of the European University Institute (2009). Representative of the University of Florence (from 2009 to 2021) in the International Network for Nuclear Security Education, a partnership promoted by the International Atomic Energy Agency. Delegate of the Machiavelli inter-university center to the EU Consortium for Non-Proliferation and disarmament (2010-2016) Member of the Italian delegation to the steering committee of the Nuclear Energy Agency - Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (2015-16). Guest lecturer at Keio University Law School, PhD course in international law (Tokyo, 2017). Since 2017 he has presented EURATOM's communication on the history of nuclear safeguards in the annual course of the European Safeguards Research and Development Association (ESARDA). Representative of Italy in the Independent Scientific Evaluation Group (ISEG) of the NATO Science for Peace and Security program (2018-2023). Since 2019 he has chaired the Scientific Committee of the foundation of the NATO Defense College and is a member of the board of the same foundation. Taiwan fellow at National defense university and National Chengchi University (Taipei, 2020). Visiting fellow at the Alcide De Gasperi Center of the European University Institute (2021-22) and collaborator of the institutional history project of the Joint Research Center of the European Commission (2021-2022). Consultant of the European Nuclear Education Network for the master in International nuclear safeguards of the Politecnico di Milano (2021-2023). Vice chair of the International Network for Nuclear Security Education (2021-2022), and Chair (2022-2023). From 2021 he is assistant professor for this department, where he teach International history and technology.

Curriculum Vitae

Teaching activities

Completion accademic year: 2023/2024

Course year: 2 Second cycle degree (Laurea Magistrale) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES A.Y. 2022/2023
Course year: 2 Second cycle degree (Laurea Magistrale) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES A.Y. 2022/2023

Completion accademic year: 2021/2022

Course year: 2 Second cycle degree (Laurea Magistrale) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES A.Y. 2020/2021


Ultime pubblicazioni:

  • Gerlini, M. (2024). Nuclear Settlers in a European Land? The Making of Centre Commune de Recherche in Ispra. HISTORICAL SOCIAL RESEARCH, 49(1), 78-91 [10.12759/hsr.49.2024.04]. - view more
  • Gerlini, M. (2021). Forum: Nature and the Iron Curtain. ARO, 4(1), 11-13. - view more
  • Gerlini, M. (2021). Il "Mattino" sul mondo. In P. L. Ballini (a cura di), Il "Giornale del mattino" di Ettore Bernabei (pp. 381-447). Firenze : Polistampa. - view more
  • Gerlini, M. (2020). The Rise and Fall of Nuclear Italy. In A. M. Kirchhof (a cura di), Pathways into and out of Nuclear Power in Western Europe: Austria, Denmark, Federal Republic of Germany,Italy, and Sweden. Monaco : Deutsches Museum. - view more
  • Gerlini, M. (2020). Overkill: l'arma nucleare e la violenza incommensurabile. In F. Tomasello (a cura di), Violenza e politica. Dopo il Novecento (pp. 199-208). Bologna : Il Mulino. - view more