L Italia Allo Specchio L Europeo Di Arrigo Benedetti 1945 1954

Autore: Elena Gelsomini
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8856865394
Grandezza: 13,93 MB
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Vista: 4898
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L Europeo

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Pedalare Pedalare

Autore: John Foot
Editore: A&C Black
ISBN: 0747595216
Grandezza: 22,62 MB
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Vista: 1318
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The story of Italian cycling is the story of Italy in the twentieth century.

Memories And Silences Haunted By Fascism

Autore: Daniela Baratieri
Editore: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039118021
Grandezza: 49,89 MB
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Fascist and colonial legacies have been determinant in shaping how Italian colonialism has been narrated in Italy till the late 1960s. This book deals with the complex problem of public memory and discursive amnesia. The detailed research that underpins this book makes it no longer possible to claim that after 1945 there was an absolute and traumatic silence concerning Italy's colonial occupation of North and East Africa. However, the abiding public use of this history confirms the existence of an extremely selective and codified memory of that past. The author shows that colonial discourse persisted in historiography, newspapers, newsreels and film. Popular culture appears intertwined with political and economic interests and the power inscribed in elite and scientific knowledge. While readdressing the often mistaken historical time line that ignores that actual Italian colonial ties did not end with the fall of Fascism, but in 1960 with Somalia becoming independent, this book suggests that a new post Fascist Italian identity was the crucial issue in reappraisals of a national colonial past.

Encyclopedia Of Contemporary Italian Culture

Autore: Gino Moliterno
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1134758774
Grandezza: 24,21 MB
Formato: PDF
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This rigorously compiled A-Z volume offers rich, readable coverage of the diverse forms of post-1945 Italian culture. With over 900 entries by international contributors, this volume is genuinely interdisciplinary in character, treating traditional political, economic, and legal concerns, with a particular emphasis on neglected areas of popular culture. Entries range from short definitions, histories or biographies to longer overviews covering themes, movements, institutions and personalities, from advertising to fascism, and Pirelli to Zeffirelli. The Encyclopedia aims to inform and inspire both teachers and students in the following fields: *Italian language and literature *Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences *European Studies *Media and Cultural Studies *Business and Management *Art and Design It is extensively cross-referenced, has a thematic contents list and suggestions for further reading.

Colonialism And National Identity

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Editore: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443881260
Grandezza: 39,40 MB
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Marilyn Memorabilia

Autore: Clark Kidder
Editore: Krause Publications
ISBN: 0873493427
Grandezza: 54,44 MB
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This comprehensive price and identification guide to Marilyn Monroe memorabilia provides values for more than 3,500 items in very good to near-mint condition.

The Lost Wave

Autore: Molly Tambor
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199392579
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As Italy emerged from World War II, the first women entered the national government. The 45 women who became parliamentarians when Italian women were first entitled to vote in 1946 represented a "lost wave" of feminist action, argues Molly Tambor. In this work, Tambor reconstructs the role that these female politicians played in Italy's new democratic Republic. They proved critical in ensuring that the new Constitution formally guaranteed the equality of all citizens regardless of sex, translating the general constitutional guarantees into direct legislative rights and protections. They used a specific electoral and legislative strategy, "constitutional rights feminism," to construct an image of the female citizen as a bulwark of democracy. Mining existing tropes of femininity such as the Resistance heroine, the working mother, the sacrificial Catholic, and the "mamma Italiana," they searched for social consensus for women's equality that could reach across religious, ideological, and gender divides. The political biographies of woman politicians are intertwined with the history of the laws they created and helped pass, including paid maternity leave, the closing of state-run brothels, and women's right to become judges. Women politicians navigated gendered political identity as they picked and chose among competing models of femininity in Cold War Italy. In so doing, The Lost Wave shows, they forged a political legacy that affected the rights and opportunities of all Italian citizens.