Teresa Bertilotti is a historian and independent scholar affiliated with the ERC’s Women in Post-War Transitions project, directed by Professor Marta Verginella at the University of Ljubljana. She has worked on women’s education in 19th-century Italy and on second-wave feminism and its relationship to current perspectives on feminist movements. She has been a member of the executive board of the Società italiana delle storiche (Italian Association of Women Historians) and on the board of Genesis. She also edits, alongside Simona Bonsignori, the book series titled Parola di Donna, published by manifestolibri. Among her publications, see: Maestre a Lucca. Comuni e scuola pubblica nell’Italia liberale, Brescia, La Scuola, 2006; Il femminismo degli anni Settanta, ed. with Anna Scattigno, Rome, Viella, 2005; Nuovi femminismi, nuove ricerche, ed. with Cristina Galasso, Alessandra Gissi and Francesca Lagorio, Rome, manifestolibri, 2006 (new edition 2019); “Intellettuale, nomade, poliglotta: una strega ungherese e il femminismo italiano”, Genesis, 2 (2011).