Center for European Studies

Massimo PENDENZA Center for European Studies


PENDENZA MassimoResponsabile Scientifico
FOSCARI GiuseppeMembro
FRUNCILLO DomenicoMembro
MERICO MaurizioMembro
SERRA PasqualeMembro
TRAPANESE RossellaMembro
BENOCCI BeatriceCollaboratore
ESPOSITO SalvatoreCollaboratore
LAMATTINA VanessaCollaboratore
ROMANO SerenaCollaboratore

CES Scientific Committee

  • Gianfranco Bettin Lattes (Università di Firenze, Firenze)
  • Paul Blokker (Università di Bologna, Bologna)
  • Vincenzo Cicchelli (Ceped University of Paris/IRD, France)
  • Vittorio Cotesta (Università di RomaTre, Roma)
  • Laura Leonardi (Università di Firenze, Firenze)
  • Robert Leonardi (London School of Economics, London)
  • Alberto Martinelli (Università di Milano Statale)
  • Ambrogio Santambrogio (Università di Perugia, Perugia)
  • Riccardo Scartezzini (Università di Trento, Trento)
  • Mario Telò (Universitè Libre de Bruxelles, Luiss Roma)
  • Luca Verzichelli (Università di Siena, Siena)


The Center for European Studies (CES) promotes and enhances research on European society, history, politics, institutions and culture, bringing together the knowledge of teachers, researchers, research fellows, scholars of the subject, doctors and PhD students, of different disciplinary areas of the Dipartimento di Studi Politici e Sociali (DiSPS) of the University of Salerno. It also aims to develop and foster contacts with institutions, foundations and centers in other national and international universities interested in the issues being researched by the center and to promote the exchange of researchers among them.


The task of the Center is to promote public discussion on the theme of Europe by organizing national and international seminars and conferences, taking care of the publication of studies and research, the presentation of books, the promotion of study and research groups also by obtaining funding sources from private, public and private social entities. It also offers scientific research support and relevant services for the teaching activities of three-year, master’s and master’s degrees dedicated to the theme of Europe.

CES website