policies in early
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Cold War America, and the transatlantic circulation of the blues. Forthcoming is a
monograph on the US South-West.
Sonia Di Loreto is Associate Professor of American Literature at the Università di
Torino. She has published widely in journals on topics from archives and the Dig-
ital Humanities, to epistolarity and transatlanticrelations. Her most recent pub-
lications are “Margaret Fuller’s Archive: Absence, Erasure and Critical Work” in 19.
Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century; and “Kinship, Affiliation and
from 2005 till 2012.
Duccio Basosi is FIRB researcher in History of International Relations at
the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, where he also teaches at the Ca’ Fos-
cari Harvard Summer School. He specializes in international relations from
the 1960s to the 1990s, with a focus on transatlanticrelations, US foreign
policy, European integration, and international political economy. He is the
author of various articles and two monographs, Il governo del dollaro
(2006) and Finanza e Petrolio (2012).
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Andrea Carosso teaches
Professor of North American History at Ruhr-University
Bochum. His main research focus is on transatlanticrelations in the nineteenth
and twentieth century, foreign relations of the United States, the period of the
Early Republic, and questions of identity construction, security studies and
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