• Seminar in New York on "Global Interdependence and the Crisis of Democracy: Aldo Moro's Vision, George L. Mosse's Interpretation"

    The "Seminar “Global Interdependence and the Crisis of Democracy”: Aldo Moro's Vision, George L. Mosse's Interpretation” will take place in New York, on November 10, 2017 (10:00 AM), at the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò of New York University. The seminar is organized jointly by the Accademia di Studi Storici Aldo Moro, the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, the Permanent Mission of Italy at the United Nations, and the George L. Mosse Program in History, with the support of the Fondazione Cariplo and the Direzione Generale Biblioteche e Istituti Culturali of the Italian Ministry of Culture. To register for the Seminar: http://www.casaitaliananyu.org/node/2170Read the news.
  • ALDO MORO: HIS THOUGHT AND HIS POLICIES. The National Edition of his Works

    On 10 May, 2017, in the occasion of the XXXIX anniversary of the death of Aldo Moro, a meeting was held "ALDO MORO: PENSIERO E POLITICA. L’Edizione nazionale delle opere". Alfonso Alfonsi, Andrea Angiolini, Ugo De Siervo, Guido Formigoni, Marina Giannetto, Renato Moro and Sara Tonelli were the speakers. Il Ministro dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo (Ministry of Culture), On. Dario Franceschini also intervened. The meeting, which was held at the Conference Room of the Historical Archives of the Presidency of the Republic, was organized by the Accademia di Studi Storici Aldo Moro, in collaboration with the Committee for the Edizione nazionale delle opere. Read the news.
  • News

    Read about all the initiatives and events

The Accademia di Studi Storici Aldo Moro

The Accademia di Studi Storici Aldo Moro was born in 1983, on the initiative of Giancarlo Quaranta. It aims to promote public reflection on the topicality of Moro’s work and thinking in order to bring his life and experience within a historical context suitable to his figure, and redeeming it from the sphere of mere media coverage.

Over the years, the Accademia has promoted many initiatives geared to more deeply studying themes of particular political, scientific and cultural importance, also by broadly involving national and international exponents and scholars working in the fields of human and social sciences, politics, historiography, economics, law, theology and philosophy.

Governing board: Alfonso Alfonsi, President; Luciano d’Andrea, Director; Maria Letizia Coen Cagli†, Deputy Director; Paolo Signore, General Secretary.

Consultants: avv. Francesco Madeo.

Ordinary members: Alfonso Alfonsi, Enzo Canettieri, Maria Letizia Coen Cagli†, Luciano d’Andrea, Fabio Feudo, Daniele Mezzana, Giancarlo Quaranta†, Gabriele Quinti .

Honorary President: Giancarlo Quaranta†.