Dr Amotz Giladi received his MA in History and his PhD in Sociology at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris). He has a special interest in migratory intellectual trajectories, intercultural exchanges, and the relations between nationalism, trans-nationalism and pan-nationalism.
He is the author of several articles on pan-Latinism and on the presence of foreign writers in Paris at the beginning of the twentieth century. See, for instance, ‘Futurism and Pan-Latin Ideology: A Contradictory Appropriation’, International Yearbook of Futurism Studies, 8 (2018), pp. 3–29; ‘From Macro-Nationalism to Anti-Imperialism: Pan-Latinism in France in the Late Twentieth Century’, History: The Journal of the Historical Association, 354 (2018), pp. 82–99; ‘Les Écrivains florentins d’avant-garde et la France: Échanges, rivalités et conflits, 1900–1920’, Australian Journal of French Studies, 54/2–3 (2017), pp. 218–234; ‘The Elaboration of Pan-Latinism in French Intellectual Circles, from the Turn of the Nineteenth Century to World War I’, Journal of Romance Studies 14/1 (2014), pp. 56–72.
For more information on Giladi’s research interests and a full list of publications, see: https://independent.academia.edu/AmotzGiladi