Dr Tommaso Visone is Adjunct Professor in Political Thought for Colonization and Decolonization at Coris Department, Sapienza-Università di Roma. From 2013 to 2017 he has been Research Fellow in the History of Political Thought at Dirpolis Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa and, since 2017, he is Research Fellow in the History of Economic Thought at University of "Roma Tre". In 2018 he obtained the Italian National Scientific Habilitation as Associate Professor in the History of Political Doctrines and Institutions (SPS/02).Since 2016 he is co-editor of the series “Teoria e ricerca sociale e politica”, Altravista (Pavia) and, from 2014 to 2017, he has been co-editor of the magazine "Gli Stati Uniti d'Europa". In 2013 he received his PhD in Political Sciences from the University of “Roma Tre”. As a researcher, analyst and leader, he has been involved in activities of different study centers, scientific journals and magazines such as CSF (Centre for Studies on Federalism); A.R.E.L.A. (Association for the Euro-Mediterranean and Latin-American research), CesUE (International Centre for European and Global Governance), “EuroStudium”, “Sintesi Dialettica”, “Mezzogiorno Europa”, “Critica Liberale”, “Mondoperaio”, etc. As scholar he has been invited to participate in seminars and research projects with Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne; University of Cambridge; The University of Hong Kong; Universitatea din București and Université de Savoie. Among his latest publications figure L’Idea d’Europa nell’età delle ideologie (1929-1939). Il dibattito francese e italiano, Chemin de Traverse, Paris, 2012; Categorie, Significati e Contesti. Una questione rilevante per gli studi sull’uomo, Mimesis, Milano, 2014 (with Andrea Spreafico) and L’Europa oltre l’Europa. Metamorfosi di un’idea nel dibattito degli anni trenta (1929-1939), ETS, Pisa, 2015.