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Marino Auffant

America in the World Consortium Postdoctoral Fellow


Marino Auffant is an America in the World Consortium Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Kissinger Center for Global Affairs at Johns Hopkins University. He earned his PhD in History at Harvard University and is also serving as a Hans J. Morgenthau Fellow at the University of Notre Dame’s International Security Center. His research focuses on the international history of the 1970s Energy Crisis. Through the prism of the oil shocks, he studies the transformation of world order in the 1970s in various realms including energy markets, geopolitical realignments, nuclear proliferation, global finance, and international monetary relations. His work has been published in the Texas National Security Review. Previously, Marino served as an Ernest May Fellow in History and Policy at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center, a Graduate Student Associate at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, and a Junior Scholar at the Kissinger Center’s International Policy Scholars Consortium and Network (IPSCON). He received his PhD (2022) and his BA (2010) at Harvard University, and his MPA (2013) from France’s Ecole Nationale d’Administration. He also had a corporate career as a strategy consultant in Paris, specializing in energy and public services.