A holder of an agrégation and a PhD in history from the University Paris-Sorbonne, and currently Senior Lecturer in Contemporary History at the University of Savoie-Mont Blanc, Anne-Sophie Nardelli specializes in the history of international relations. She defended a thesis entitled La rivalité franco-italienne en Europe balkanique et danubienne, de la conférence de la Paix de 1919 au pacte à Quatre de 1933. Intérêts nationaux et représentations du système européen. Her research currently explores the Anschluss as a European problem from 1918 to 1938, the cross-border relations between France, Italy, and Switzerland, and the representatives of these three states in international organizations of the interwar period.