Title:The United States and the European Trade Union Movement, 1944-1951 Author(s):ROMERO, FedericoDate:1992Citation:
- Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1992
Type:BookAbstract:This book is a fresh and solidly documented study of U.S. postwar policy toward the reconstruction of European trade unions. Using Italy as a case study, Federico Romero demonstrates the weaknesses of the American strategy ...
Title:Gli Stati Uniti e il sindacalismo europeo, 1944-1951 Author(s):ROMERO, FedericoDate:1989Citation:
- Roma, Edizioni lavoro, 1989, Studi di storia, 17
Title:Lionello Levi Sandri: his service to Europe Author(s):BECHERUCCI, AndreaDate:2008Citation:
- Journal of European integration history, 2008, 14, 2, 121-144
Type:ArticleAbstract:The article outlines the career of Lionello Levi Sandri, a lecturer in industrial law, as vice-president of the European Commission in charge of Social affairs between 1961 and 1970. As a member of the Hallstein Commission ...
Title:Cultural history of politics Author(s):JONES, Mark William; BOUWERS, Eveline G.; MODREY, Eva Maria; MUGGE, Maike; BOSCH, Frank; DOMEIER, Norman; GUDEWITZ, Thorsten; SCHLOTT, Rene; SIMON, Vera Caroline; GERBIG-FABEL, Marco; SCHNURER, FlorianDate:2008Citation:
- European review of history, 2008, 15, 6
Title:Aristocracy and litigation in the seventeenth century: a transnational space for family lawsuits Author(s):TERRASA-LOZANO, AntonioDate:2009Citation:
- European review of history, 2009, 16, 5, 637-653
Type:ArticleAbstract:The aim of this article is to show how the composite and international domains and fiefs of early modern Spanish Monarchy aristocracy allowed noble households to become a type of transnational juridical space. From the ...
Title:Anthropological race psychology 1820-1945: a common European system of ethnic identity narratives Author(s):MCMAHON, RichardDate:2009Citation:
- Nations and nationalism, 2009, 15, 4, 575-596
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article examines ethnic stereotypes in biological race classification of Europeans between the 1830s and 1940s as part of political discourse on national identity. Anthropologists linked physical-psychological types ...
Title:Bengali raw silk, the East India Company and the European global market, 1770-1833 Author(s):DAVINI, RobertoDate:2009Citation:
- Journal of global history, 2009, 4, 1, 57-79
Type:ArticleAbstract:In 1769, the East India Company decided to transform the Bengali silk industry, and introduced Piedmontese reeling technologies and spatially concentrated working practices into the area. Although Bengali raw silk reeled ...
Title:Translating modernity : visions and uses of Europe in Finland Author(s):NYGÅRD, StefanDate:2013Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2013/07Abstract:Translating modernity to the periphery is a recurring theme in the discussions on Europe at its geocultural margins. In small and young countries such as Finland, “Europe” has been mobilized for nation-building in terms ...
Title:Public History oltre lo Stato: presentare il passato Yiddish nell’Europa contemporanea Author(s):ZAAGSMA, GerbenDate:2011-01-01Citation:
- Memoria e Ricerca, 2011, 37, 2, 129-142
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article analyses how Europe’s ‘Yiddish past’ is presented, commemorated and engaged with in contemporary Europe from a Public History perspective. It investigates the ways in which Yiddish, its culture and its speakers, ...