Gregory D. Milano

Gregory Milano
Campus Address
Main Hall
Room 303
Visiting Assistant Professor of History

Gregory Milano is an interdisciplinary historian and social theorist specializing in modern European and world history. Milano’s current research project examines cultural identity and anti-globalism in Fascist Italy during the late interwar period. He is the author of The Class Without Consciousness: Fascism’s ‘New’ Workers and the 1942 World’s Fair of Rome” in Contemporary European History (2021). As recipient of the Mellon Foundation Latin American Scholastic Fellowship at the University of Chicago, Milano researched Mexico during the Great Depression.

Milano has taught courses in history, social theory, political science, sociology, ethnic studies, global studies, economics, psychoanalysis, and criminology. His courses at Lawrence include “Fascism and Nazism,” Coffee, Liquid Modernity,” “Europe in the Age of Nationalism, World War, and Totalitarianism, 1851-1990,” and other classes in modern European and world history.

PhD, History, University of Chicago
MA, History, University of Chicago
BA, History, New York University
Years at Lawrence