Amalia Ribi Forclaz is an Associate Professor in International History.
She holds a DPhil in Modern history from Lincoln College, Oxford (2008) and has held fellowships at the Oxford Modern European History Research Centre, the Excellence Cluster Asia and Europe in Heidelberg and as an SNF Ambizione Fellow at the Graduate Institute. Her areas of expertise include 19th and 20th century internationalism, the history of slavery and abolition, and the global history of agriculture and rural development. Amalia Ribi Forclaz has published various articles and books on this subjects including a monograph titled Humanitarian Imperialism. The Politics of Anti-Slavery Activism, 1880-1940(Oxford University Press: 2015) and, more recently, together with Liesbeth van de Grift, the edited volume Governing the Rural in Interwar Europe (Routledge: 2017).