La Voce Del Popolo E L Ammiraglio Persano Alla Battaglia Di Lissa

Autore: G. F. Lorenzini
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La Voce Dell Operaio

Autore: Giovenale Dotta
Editore: Effata Editrice IT
ISBN: 9788874023073
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«La Voce dell’Operaio», sorta sotto altro titolo nel 1876, come mensile dell’Unione Operaia Cattolica di Torino, accrebbe col tempo il suo formato, migliorò i suoi contenuti e divenne quindicinale nel 1887 e settimanale nel 1895. Non si limitò ad...

La Voce Del Campidoglio

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Patriotic Pluralism

Autore: Jeffrey Mirel
Editore: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674046382
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In this book, leading historian of education Jeffrey E. Mirel retells a story we think we know, in which public schools forced a draconian Americanization on the great waves of immigration of a century ago. Ranging from the 1890s through the World War II years, Mirel argues that Americanization was a far more nuanced and negotiated process from the start, much shaped by immigrants themselves. Drawing from detailed descriptions of Americanization programs for both schoolchildren and adults in three cities (Chicago, Cleveland, and Detroit) and from extensive analysis of foreign-language newspapers, Mirel shows how immigrants confronted different kinds of Americanization. When native-born citizens contemptuously tried to force them to forsake their home religions, languages, or histories, immigrants pushed back strongly. While they passionately embraced key aspects of Americanization—the English language, American history, democratic political ideas, and citizenship—they also found in American democracy a defense of their cultural differences. In seeing no conflict between their sense of themselves as Italians, or Germans, or Poles, and Americans, they helped to create a new and inclusive vision of this country. Mirel vividly retells the epic story of one of the great achievements of American education, which has profound implications for the Americanization of immigrants today.

La Voce Del Popolo Italia Libera

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La Voce Di Una Minoranza

Autore: Gianna Mazzieri
Editore: Rosa
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From Italy To San Francisco

Autore: Dino Cinel
Editore: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804711173
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Cento Anni 1889 1989 Societ Liberale Di Mutuo Soccorso La Voce Del Popolo

Autore: Katya Cometta
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Credere O Non Credere La Voce Del Popolo Di Facebook

Autore: Giuseppe Barbarito
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ISBN: 9788862063975
Grandezza: 66,81 MB
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The Cult Of Saint Catherine Of Siena

Autore: Gerald Parsons
Editore: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754656456
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This book examines the origins, development and history of the cult of Saint Catherine of Siena. Gerald Parsons argues that the cult of Catherine of Siena constitutes a remarkable example of the cult of a particular saint which, across more than six centuries, has been the vehicle for an evolving sequence of civil religious rituals and meanings. He shows how the cult of this particular saint developed, firstly, as an expression of Sienese civil religion; secondly, as a focus for Italian civil religion; and finally into an expression of European civil religion. Instead of the predominantly devotional - and frequently essentially hagiographical - approach of much of the literature on Catherine of Siena, Parsons examines the significance of her cult from the perspective of civil religion and the social history of religion.