Dario Fazzi is Assistant Professor in US History at Leiden University and Senior Researcher at the RIAS.
Dario Fazzi’s research focuses on the interplay between US social and foreign policy history. In particular, he is interested in public intellectuals’ and social movements’ impact on US cold-war relations. His main field of research lies in peace history and transatlantic history. He has published a monograph on Eleanor Roosevelt’s involvement in the anti-nuclear protests of the early cold war and co-edited a special issue on her role as a transatlantic public diplomat. He has also published articles, contributed chapters, and written reviews on nuclear culture and policymaking, peace movements, youth protests, and transatlantic crossings.