Maria Teresa Marangoni



College: College of Humanities
Discipline: History
Department: History
Research Centre/Unit: Centre for Imperial and Global History/WCCEH

My project

I'm working on a history-based, interdisciplinary project that looks at the interrelationships between Global Health and health governance at local level from a European perspective. Click here for more details.

My background

I come from a distinctly multi-disciplinary background; I studied at the University of Liverpool a combined honours degree programme in Social and Environmental Studies which allowed me to explore social issues across departments such as Civic Design, Human Geography, Politics and Law. I then decided to focus on the international dimension and completed a Master's degree in International Studies at the University of Leeds, where I became particularly interested in international agreements. 

More recently, I went back to university in Italy, at Ca' Foscari University of Venice, to gain further methodological skills and epistemological insights form within the Humanities: I took exams within the faculties of Cultural Anthropology, Philosophy and History.

P.S. Informally, I also go by Maresa Marangoni.