Giuliana Chamedes

Giuliana Chamedes is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a historian of modern European and international history with a particular interest in the internationalization of anticommunism and political Christianity after World War I. Her publications include "The Vatican, Nazi-Fascism, and the Making of Transnational Anticommunism in the 1930s," The Journal of Contemporary History (forthcoming), "The Vatican and the Reshaping of the European International Order after World War I," The Historical Journal (December 2013) and "Pius XII, Rights Talk and the Dawn of the Religious Cold War," in Religion and Human Rights, Devin Pendas, ed. (New York: Routledge, forthcoming).

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