LEGRENZI Matteo

Qualifica Professore Ordinario
E-mail matteo.legrenzi@unive.it
SSD SCIENZA POLITICA [SPS/04]
Sito web www.unive.it/persone/matteo.legrenzi (scheda personale)
Struttura Dipartimento di Filosofia e Beni Culturali
Sito web struttura: https://www.unive.it/dip.fbc
Sede: Malcanton Marcorà
Research Institute Research Institute for International Studies

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Matteo Legrenzi ha conseguito un dottorato in Relazioni Internazionali ed un master in studi Medio Orientali Moderni al St. Antony's College dell'Università di Oxford. E' stato Presidente della Società per gli Studi sul Medio Oriente (SeSaMO) ed è membro dell'International Advisory Council del World Congress for Middle East Studies (WOCMES) e del Consiglio dell'European Association for Middle Eastern Studies (EURAMES). E' stato primo coordinatore della laurea triennale in Filosofia, Studi Internazionali ed Economici (PISE) insegnata in lingua inglese e del Double Degree con l'Università di Groningen. E' stato primo direttore del Master in Studi Strategici e Sicurezza Internazionale ed é coordinatore del Research Institute for International Studies. E' stato delegato del Rettore per i rapporti con il Medio Oriente e siede nel comitato di redazione della serie Elements in Middle East Politics della Cambridge University Press. E' membro dell'Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) e ad Oxford è Senior Research Associate al Centre for International Studies del Department of Politics and International Relations ed Academic Visitor a St Antony's College. Ha studiato la lingua araba all'Università Americana del Cairo. Ha pubblicato numerosi articoli scientifici e capitoli sulle monarchie arabe e le relazioni internazionali del Golfo e ha curato una rubrica sul Medio Oriente per "Il Mulino". Ha scritto due monografie "The GCC and the International Relations of the Gulf: Diplomacy, Security and Economic Coordination in a Changing Middle East" per I.B. Tauris e "Cognitive Analysis of Decisionmaking: The Case of Israel in October 1973 Conflict" per Vita e Pensiero (Edizioni dell'Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano). Ha inoltre curato tre volumi "Beyond Regionalism? Regional Cooperation, Regionalism and Regionalisation in the Middle East" e "Shifting Geo-Economic Power of the Gulf: Oil, Finance and Institutions" entrambi per Ashgate oltre a "Gulf Security: Legacies of the Past, Prospects for the future" per Routledge. Prima di ritornare a Venezia, sua città natale, ha insegnato ad Oxford, Ottawa e Seoul vincendo il Capital Educators' Award 2009 in Canada. È honorary research fellow all'Università di Exeter e sovrintende numerose Marie Curie Global Individual Fellowship e quattro Marie Curie Europe Individual Fellowship. Si occupa di relazioni internazionali del Medio Oriente e più specificatamente di politica economica, regionalismo e sicurezza delle monarchie arabe del Golfo.

Matteo Legrenzi holds a D.Phil. in International Relations and a M.Phil. in Modern Middle Eastern Studies from St. Antony's College, Oxford. He served as President of the Italian Association for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO) and is a member of International Advisory Council of the World Congress for Middle East Studies (WOCMES) and of the European Association for Middle Eastern Studies (EURAMES) Council. He helped to establish and served as inaugural coordinator of the undergraduate program in Philosophy, International Studies and Economics (PISE) and its Double Degree with the University of Groningen. He was founding director of the Master in Strategic Studies and International security (SSSI) and is coordinator of the Research Institute for International Studies. He is member of the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and in Oxford he is Senior Research Associate at the Centre for International Studies of the Department of Politics and International Relations and Academic Visitor at St Antony's College. He served as Rector's Delegate for the Middle East and he sits on the editorial board of the Elements in Middle East Politics series of Cambridge University Press. He studied Arabic at the American University in Cairo. He published numerous articles and book chapters on the Arab monarchies and the international relations of the Gulf as well as writing a column on Middle East politics for the Italian journal "Il Mulino". He wrote two monographs "The GCC and the International Relations of the Gulf: Diplomacy, Security and Economic Coordination in a Changing Middle East" for I.B. Tauris and "Cognitive Analysis of Decisionmaking: The Case of Israel in October 1973 Conflict" for Vita e Pensiero (Milan Catholic University Press). He also edited three volumes "Beyond Regionalism? Regional Cooperation, Regionalism and Regionalisation in the Middle East" and "Shifting Geo-Economic Power of the Gulf: Oil, Finance and Institutions" for Ashgate Publishers and "Gulf Security: Legacies of the Past, Prospects for the future" for Routledge. Before returning to Venice, his hometown, he taught in Oxford, Ottawa and Seoul winning the Capital Educators' Award in 2009 in Canada. He is honorary research fellow at the University of Exeter and currently supervises numerous Marie Curie Global Individual Fellowships and four Marie Curie Europe Individual Fellowships. He deals with international relations and comparative government of the Middle East, in particular the political economy, regionalism and security of the Arab monarchies of the Gulf.