Professor the Hon. Adrian Lyttelton

Nominated Fellow

Nominated Fellow, April - May 2019

Home Institution: Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center         

Project: Sismondi and the History of Liberty

Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford (1960-1968)
Senior Research Fellow, St. Antony's College, Oxford (1968-1975)
Professor of Modern European History, University of Reading (1976-1979)
Professor of European History, Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center (1979-1990)
Professor of European History, University of Pisa (1990-2000)
Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center (1990-1995)
Resident Professor in Modern History, American Academy in Rome (2003)
Lauro De Bosis Lecturer, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, (2011)
Senior Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center (2000-2014)
Fellow, Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center (2014-…)

European History

“The Seizure of Power. Fascism in Italy 1919-1929”, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London 1973.
Italian translation: La Conquista del Potere. Il Fascismo dal 1919 al 1929, Editori Laterza, Bari 1974.
2nd ed. (with new Afterword), Princeton University Press, 1987.
3rd ed. (with new Introduction), Routledge, Taylor&Francis, London and New York 2004.
“Society and Culture in the Italy of Giolitti”, in E. Braun (ed.) Italian Art in the 20th Century, Prestel,
London and Munich 1989.
“Culture and Society in Italy in the Age of the Stile Floreale", in Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts,
summer 1989.
“Mussolini’s Femme Fatale: Margherita Sarfatti” in The New York Review of Books, July 15, 1993.
“La dittatura fascista”, in G. Sabbatucci/V. Vidotto (ed.), Storia d'Italia, Laterza, Roma-Bari 1997.
“Society and Politics, 1860-1915”, in G. Holmes (ed.), Oxford Illustrated History of Italy, Oxford
University Press, Oxford 1997.
“Creating a National Past: History, Myth and Image in the Risorgimento”, in A. Ascoli/K. von Henneberg
(ed.), Making and Remaking Italy: The Cultivation of National Identity around the Risorgimento, Berg
Publishers, Oxford and New York 2001.
“Mazzini and the Arts”, in Burlington Magazine, April 2006.