Emanuele Castelli is Senior Assistant Professor in Political Science at the University of Parma, where he teaches Political Science and International Politics.
He previously was Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Research Center on International Politics and Conflict Resolution, Bruno Kessler Foundation - Trento (2012-2016), Adjunct Professor of Public Policy at the Free University of Bolzano/Bozen (2013-2016) and Instructor at the School of International Studies of the University of Trento (2015-2016). From 2007 to 2011 he was Research Fellow in International Relations at the University of Bologna (Forlì campus), where we taught Strategic Studies and International Politics, and Visiting Scholar at the University of California at Irvine (2008). Since 2012 he is in charge of managing the activities of the Italian Standing Group on International Relations (SGRI), and its annual Conference held in Trento.
He took part to a number of national and international research projects, funded by the Ministry of Education (PRIN 2005, 2008), by NATO Allied Command Transformation and private bank foundations. He is the author of two books on the Theory of Revolutions, co-author of an edited book on identity-based conflicts (with Filippo Andreatta) and author or co-author of several chapters and articles in peer-reviewed journals.
His main research interests lie at the intersection between Peace Research and International Relation Theory, with a specific focus on the effects of economic modernization on states' domestic and international behavior.
Among his most recent publications are: «Force Protection and its Trade-offs» (2017) in D. Reiter (ed), The Sword's other Edge. Tradeoffs in Military Effectiveness, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, (with Lorenzo Zambernardi); «The Arc of Modernization: Economic Structure, Materialism, and the Onset of Civil Conflict» (2019), in «Political Science Research and Methods», «A Modern Peace? Schumpeter, the Decline of Conflict, and the Investment-War Tradeoff» (2016), in «Political Research Quarterly» and «From Democracy to Capitalism. The War over the Liberal Peace» in «Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica» n. 3/2013 (all with Tyson Chatagnier)
He received an BA in Political Science (2000), an MA in International Relations from the University of Bologna (2002) and a PhD in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Parma (2005).
Decline of War; Modernization and Peace; Capitalist Peace, Limits to modern counterinsurgency
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