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Prof. Dr. Massimo Moraglio

Lupe

Center for Metropolitan Studies
TU Berlin
Hardenbergstraße 16-18
HBS-6
10623 Berlin

Tel.: +49(0)30 314-29826
Fax: +49(0)30 314-26917
 

Present Research

  • Transport and Mobility in a Long-term Perspective
  • Transition Studies
  • Sustainable Mobility
  • Social Inclusion and the Role of Transport
  • Social and Cultural Shift toward Technology

Present Position

  • May 2010-present: Senior Researcher at the Technische Universitaet Berlin
  • April 2019- present: Visiting Professor at the Vanvitelli University (Italy)
  • October 2017-present: Academic Coordinator of the MBA course “Sustainable Mobility Management”
  • Unit research leader of EU H2020 project HiReach
  • 2017-present: Editor-in-chief of The Journal of Transport History, Sage, USA

Education

2003
Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy, PhD. in Architectural and Housing History, dissertation: Politica e gestione del territorio nella storia della viabilità italiana: la città negli anni venti [Politic and territorial management in Italian road history: the 1920s cities]

1998
University of Turin, Italy, M.A., cum laude and special mention, in Political sciences, dissertation: Opere pubbliche e grande crisi economica del 1929 [Public works and 1929 Great Crisis]

Editorial Appointments

2017-present
Editor-in-chief of The Journal of Transport History, Sage, USA

2017-present
Member of the editorial board of international journal Mobilities, Francis and Taylor, USA

2016-present
Member of the editorial board of international journal Applied Mobilities, Francis and Taylor, USA

2016-present
Member of the Advisory Board of the European Journal Transportes, servicios y telecomunicaciones, Fundación de los Ferrocarriles Españoles, Spain

Previous Academic Appointments

April 2018-March 2019
“Gast Professor” in History of Technology at the Technische Universitaet Berlin

2015-2017
Kranzberg Dissertation Fellowship, member of the Selection Committee - The Society for the History of Technology (SHOT)

2014-2016
Vice President of International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility - T2M

2011-2016
Member of the editorial board and book review editor of The Journal of Transport History, Sage, USA

2011-2014
Member of the editorial board of the journal Transfers. Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies, Berghahn, USA

2011-2013
Deputy Head of research unit "Mobility and Space", Technische Universität Berlin, Centre Technology and Society

2008-2009
Post-doc researcher at the University of Turin, History Department (CRT Foundation grant, “Progetto Alfieri” scheme) May 2008-Aug 2009

2005-2006
Researcher at the Turin University, History Department (“Assegno di ricerca”) Jan 2005-Dec 2006

2000-2003
Researcher at the Turin University, History Department (“Assegno di ricerca”). November 2000-October2003

Publications (Selection)

Book Author

2017
Driving Modernity. Technology, Experts, Politics, and Fascist Motorways, 1922-1943, New York, Berghahn, 218 pp. (also in open-access)

2008
La cittadella assediata. Parrocchie e nuove chiese a Torino (1945-1965) [The Besieged City. Parish and new Churches in Turin], Torino, Trauben, 117 pp.


Book Editor

2020 (forthcoming)
Mobility Poverty in Europe: Geographies and Socio-Economic Landscapes, Routledge

2016
Peripheral Flows: A Historical Perspective on Mobilities between Cores and Fringes, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (with S. Fari), viii+266 pp.

2015
The Organization of Transport: A History of Users, Industry, and Public Policy, New York: Routledge (with Ch. Kopper), 248 pp.


Guest Editor of Special Issues in Scientific Journals

2016
Guest Editor of the special issue on “The Life of Roads: Spill-Over of Automobile Infrastructure”, The Journal of Transport History (with D. Singh Zunino)

2015
Guest editor of the special issue on “The Future of Transport in Europe”, European Journal of Futures Research, 3/1 (with H.-L. Dienel)

2015.
Guest editor of the Special issue on “Road Representation”, Transfers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies, 5/1, 2015


Editorial in Scientific Journals (Peer Review)

2018
“Editorial 39/3”, Journal of Transport History, 39/3, 273-274

2018
“A hundred flowers bloom: Methodology matters”, Journal of Transport History, 39/2, 143-144

2018
“On the road, again. Rethinking automobilism”, Journal of Transport History, 39/1, 3-6


Articles in Scientific Journals (Peer-Review)

2018
“Political Imperatives in Transport. A long-term vision for the Decision Making process”, ICTTE Belgrade 2018. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Traffic and Transport Engineering, 4, 216-231 (with Norman Doge and Johanna Ostendorf)

2018
“Peripheral Mobilities. Looking at dormant, delegitimized and forgotten transport regimes”, Tempo Social, 30/2, 73-85

2018
“The Didactical Function of Bright and Horror Scenarios, 1970-2050 Case Study: Scenarios for the European Transport Industry”, SHANGHAI URBAN PLANNING REVIEW, 139, 5-11 (with H.-L. Dienel and R. Kellermann)


Introductions in Edited Volume

2016
“Introduction. The Function of Flows between Cores and Peripheries”, in S. Fari and M. Moraglio (eds.), Peripheral Flows: A Historical Perspective on Mobilities between Cores and Fringes, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (with S. Fari), 1-8

2015
“Introduction”, in The Organization of Transport: A History of Users, Industry, and Public Policy, M. Moraglio and Ch. Kopper eds., New York: Routledge, 1-7 (7) (with Ch. Kopper)


Book Chapters

2020
(in press). “Light Rail Renaissance in European Cities: Urban Mobility Agenda and City Renewals”, in The City and the Railway in the World. 19th to 21st Centuries, R. Roth and P. van Heesvelde eds., Surrey: Ashgate

2019 (in press)
“DfT and its International Context 1919-1969”, in Department for Transport 100 – A Departmental History, DfT

2018
“Didactical functions of dark and bright scenarios: Learning from past scenarios for the European transport industry”, in Envisioning Uncertain Futures. Experiences With Scenarios from a Security Perspective, Springer VS (with H.-L. Dienel and R. Kellermann), 83-103.


Other Essays, Reviews and Articles

2018
“L’importanza e la fatica della manutenzione: riparare, ricostruire, adattare. Salvare i sistemi tecnologici esistenti” in L´Indice dei Libri del Mese, November.

2018
Review of “La costruzione delle Alpi: Il Novecento e il modernismo alpino (1917–2017) [Building the Alps: The Twentieth Century and International Style Architecture] by Antonio De Rossi, Technology and Culture, 59/1, 173-174

2018
“The Didactical Function of Bright and Horror Scenarios, 1970-2050 Case Study: Scenarios for the European Transport Industry”, in Shanghai Urban Planning Review, 2/139, 5-11 (with H.-L. Dienel and R. Kellermann)

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