Title:Culture and Imperialism in a 'Backward' Nation? the Prima-Guerra-D'Africa (1885-96) in Italian Primary Schools Author(s):FINALDI, GiuseppeDate:2003Citation:
- Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 2003, 8, 3, 374-390
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article attempts to tackle the problem of how a colonial culture that was elaborated through the written word may have impacted on an Italian society that was significantly more 'backward' than its western European ...
Title:Conspiracies and Visions of Conspiracies in France and Italy After the Second World War Author(s):GIRARD, PascalDate:2008Citation:
- European Review of History-Revue Europeenne d'histoire, 2008, 15, 6, 749-765
Type:ArticleAbstract:The existing literature concerning conspiracy and conspiracy theories is particularly huge, especially if considering political and social sciences. However, many works revealed some weaknesses, such as the importance of ...
Title:Public Vices, Private Remedies in Nineteenth-Century Italy: Guilia Falletti Di Barolo Colbert and Le Forzate Author(s):TROMBETTA, SimonaDate:2002Citation:
- Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 2002, 7, 1, 56-73
Type:ArticleAbstract:In nineteenth-century Italy notions of femininity and, no less, masculinity influenced the ways in which crime was viewed. The result was that criminality was perceived, judged and explained differently according to the ...
Title:The Edges of the Family: Family Life, Political Concerns and the Treatment of Children in Post-War Italy and Britain Author(s):BERNINI, StefaniaDate:2007Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2007/38Abstract:The paper explores approaches to child protection in post-war Italy and Britain between 1945 and the mid 1960s. Both in Italy and in Britain, the Second World War represented a watershed in the treatment of children, giving ...
Title:From Caporetto to Garibaldiland: interventionist war culture as a culture of defeat Author(s):JONES, Mark WilliamDate:2008Citation:
- European review of history, 2008, 15, 6, 659-674
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article traces the evolution of interventionist war culture during the period beginning with the defeat of Caporetto and ending with the occupation of Fiume. As a result of the invasion of Italy, interventionists were ...
Title:Italy in the age of Pinocchio: children and danger in the liberal era Author(s):JENSEN, Helle StrandgaardDate:2010Citation:
- European review of history, 2010, 17, 4, 673-676
Title:German volunteers in the armed conflicts of the Italian Risorgimento 1834-70 Author(s):GÖHDE, Ferdinand NicolasDate:2009Citation:
- Journal of modern Italian studies, 2009, 14, 4, 461-475
Type:ArticleAbstract:Between 1834 and 1870, Germans participated in the armed conflicts of the Italian Risorgimento in the ranks of both Mazzini and Garibaldi and of the Pope and Francis II of Naples. While acknowledging the difficulty in ...
Title:Il partito che non c'era: Il Partito Giovanile Liberale Italiano e l'organizzazione della politica borghese in Italia tra liberalismo, nazionalismo e fascismo Author(s):MULLER, Johannes U.Date:2006Citation:
- Florence, European University Institute, 2006
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of History and Civilization
Title:Saranno Rispettati Come Per il Passato. Italian Colonial Policy towards Libyan Religious Endowments Author(s):GAZZINI, ClaudiaDate:2010Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2010/10Abstract:This paper offers a survey of Italian colonial policy towards Muslim religious endowments (waqf, pl. awqaf) in Libya from 1911 to 1943. Through an analysis of 41 lawsuits presented to the colonial Court of Appeals and a ...