Commenti per Machiavelli Center for Cold War Studies - CIMA http://www.machiavellicenter.net Centro interuniversitario Machiavelli per lo studio dei conflitti strutturali della guerra fredda Fri, 01 Mar 2013 10:23:08 +0100 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.0.4 Commenti su In memory of Matteo Rossini di Vittorio Felci http://www.machiavellicenter.net/2013/03/in-memory-of-matteo-rossini/#comment-13310 Vittorio Felci Fri, 01 Mar 2013 10:23:08 +0000 http://www.machiavellicenter.net/?p=942#comment-13310 Matteo was not only a colleague. Matteo was my travel buddy during my postgraduate career, both in the metaphorical and pragmatic sense. We both attended the Master in Middle East Studies at the University of Urbino and were Ph.D candidates in History of International Relations at the University of Florence. Our common origin (we were both born and living in Marche) allowed us to spend plenty of time together: Urbino, Florence, Rome, Maratea,Washington D.C. etc. were some of our travel destinations. But travelling, in both senses, is an all-encompassing experience, and it is often the best way to get to know someone. He was reliable, someone you could count on. He was hard-working: his constant discipine was a source of encouragement in the ups and downs of the academic career. Above all, he was a friend, a real one. Thanks, Matteo. Matteo was not only a colleague. Matteo was my travel buddy during my postgraduate career, both in the metaphorical and pragmatic sense. We both attended the Master in Middle East Studies at the University of Urbino and were Ph.D candidates in History of International Relations at the University of Florence. Our common origin (we were both born and living in Marche) allowed us to spend plenty of time together: Urbino, Florence, Rome, Maratea,Washington D.C. etc. were some of our travel destinations. But travelling, in both senses, is an all-encompassing experience, and it is often the best way to get to know someone. He was reliable, someone you could count on. He was hard-working: his constant discipine was a source of encouragement in the ups and downs of the academic career. Above all, he was a friend, a real one. Thanks, Matteo.

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