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|Statement||edited by Linda Risso and Monica Boria.|
|Contributions||Risso, Linda., Boria, Monica.|
|LC Classifications||DG577 .P655 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 243 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||243|
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The result is the interdisciplinary and original examination of Italian culture and society in the last sixty years. The articles are divided into four sections according to the chronological period and the subject they deal with: Female figures, wartime and beyond, Post-war cultural representations, Political writings, Domestic and international Italian : L Risso, M Boria.
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Politics and Culture in Post-War Italy. The volume offers original insights into lesser known aspects of post-war Italian culture and introduces innovative perspectives on literature, women’s studies, cinema, history and politics.
The result is the interdisciplinary and original examination of Italian culture and society in the last sixty years. From Fascism to Democracy tells the story of the birth of the post-war Italian political system through the lens of a single event: the Italian national election ofthe first parliamentary election of the Republican era.
Robert A. Ventresca offers the first comprehensive analysis of this central topic of contemporary Italian and European history.5/5(1). It follows a Sicilian nobleman who lives through the social and political turmoil brought on by civil war in Italy and the subsequent difficulties of Italian unification in the early s.
Tomasi himself was the last in a line of minor princes in Sicily and wrote the historical novel after the Sicilian island of Lampedusa was bombed by Allied forces in World War II. Politics and culture in post-war Italy book The Paradoxes of Post-War Italian Political Thought.
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Italy gave us the Renaissance and the foundations of modern western culture. Rome was the city chosen for the signing of the European Union’s founding treaty.
The Italian case is further significant on account of the theoretical and political problems it has posed. As well as dealing with these and related topics, the book examines current tendencies, such as the rapid multiplication of sub-cultures and the crisis of 'mass' forms. Each chapter is.
Danilo Breschi's "From Politics to Lifestyle and/or Anti-Politics: Political Culture and the Sense for the State in Post-Communist Italy" appears in Telos (Summer ). Read the full version online at the Telos Online website, or purchase a print copy of the issue in our store.
In Italy, the transition from communism to post-communism, from the PCI to today's Democratic Party, has been. "In this account of Italian politics and culture from the founding of the Italian Republic to the present day, philosopher Remo Bodei examines Italian society in one of the most exhilarating and intriguing periods of its history.
Many of Italy's current problems can be traced back to the yearsone of the most interesting but least-studied periods of recent Italian history. This was a decade in which the main cultural and political parameters of contemporary Italy were laid down.
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The CLNs continued to administer the northern regions and the larger northern factories for a short time. Much as he did in the Spaniards/New Spaniards back in the s, UK journalist Hooper looks to give an overview of the culture of modern Italy with references to its history and politics.
It's engaging and easy to read, with a number of interesting asides/5(). On the whole, however, British artists turned to politics only in the 70s. For France and Italy the situation was quite different.
Their experience of the war and their existence under German occupation deeply divided their societies into left and right. And that at a time when there was very little middle ground in European politics.
Geographical and historical treatment of Italy, including maps and a survey of its people, economy, and government. Italy comprises some of the most varied and scenic landscapes on Earth, and its more than 3,year history has been marked by episodes of temporary unification and long separation.
A transnational approach to Risorgimento culture’s contentious and exhilarating nation-building enterprise. Re-imagines the parameters and duration of the relationship between the Risorgimento and British culture to revitalise critical engagement with the political dimension of nineteenth-century Anglo-Italian.
Post-war Societies (Italy) By Andrea Baravelli Post-war Italy was the only country that proved unable to use victory as a rhetorical device to consolidate its political system. Internal divisions rendered the old liberal ruling classes incapable of closing ranks in response to.
This book offers an assessment of Sartre as an exemplary figure in the evolving political and cultural landscape of post France. Sartre's originality is located in the tense relationship that he maintained between deeply held revolutionary political beliefs and a residual yet critical attachment to traditional forms of cultural expression.
Italian politcs after the war, was divisive and corrupt. There was a strong postwar communist insurgency that threatened democratic governments. The unions were firmly in the camp of the. Italy: regions and politics Overview of state and administration.
The Republic of Italy is divided into 20 regions that consist of a total of provinces. 5 of these regions - Sardinia, Sicily, Trentino-Alto Adige, Aosta Valley and Friuli-Venezia Giulia - were given a special autonomous status that's based on the long history of the foundation of the state.
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With chapters on theatre and opera, architecture and urban planning, the medieval revival and the rediscovery of the Etruscan and Roman past, The Politics of Culture in Liberal Italy analyzes Italians' changing relationship to their new nation state and the monarchy, the conflicts between the peninsula's ancient elites and the rising middle class, and the emergence of new belief systems and of.
After World War II and the overthrow of Mussolini's fascist regime, Italy's history was dominated by the Christian Democracy (Democrazia Cristiana, DC) political party for 48 years—from the election until the election—while the opposition was led by the Italian Communist Party (PCI).
This situation changed due to an external shock—the crisis and dissolution of the Soviet Union. Europe Post-War, Art and Politics Gertje Utley My talk about art and politics in Post World War II Europe was inspired by the presence in this museum of the exhibition “Let us face the future,” which shows British art from the end of the Second World War to the late nineteen sixties.
The world woke up from a six-year-long nightmare in the summer of World War II (–45), which had pitted the Allied forces of the United States, Britain, France, Russia, Canada, Australia, and other nations against the Axis forces of Germany, Japan, Italy, Austria, and others, finally ended, but the effects of the war lingered on for years afterward.
The Italian political landscape underwent a seismic shift in the early s when the "mani pulite" ("clean hands") operation exposed corruption at the highest levels of politics. Post-war art Arte Povera’s radical simplicity The Italian art movement, which turns 50 this year, was born in a period of unrest and reveals the possibilities of political art Books, arts and.
The Post-war Reconstruction of Europe, Since the end of the Cold War, the decade following the Second World War has gained new significance. Historians have become particularly interested in the question of how Europe, which emerged from the war as a physical and moral wasteland, could rebuild itself so dramatically and successfully.
The politics of Italy are conducted through a parliamentary republic with a multi-party system. Italy has been a democratic republic since 2 Junewhen the monarchy was abolished by popular referendum and a constituent assembly was elected to draft a constitution, which was promulgated on 1 January Executive power is exercised by the Council of Ministers, which is led by the Prime.
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With the fall of Mussolini and the end of the war, international audiences were suddenly introduced to Italian films through a few great works by Rossellini, De Sica, and Luchino Visconti that appeared in less than a decade aftersuch as Rossellini's Roma, città aperta (Rome, Open City, ) and Paisa Sica's Sciuscià (Paisan, ); Dè (Shoeshine, ), Ladri di biciclette.
The Italian economy grows strongly in the post-war decades, but rising political tensions from the s lead to the assassination of an ex-prime minister (Aldo Moro) and a series of political scandals revolving around corruption.
The political circus continues, but so does the tradition of innovation, development and entrepreneurship. Though he is recognized as an Italian artist, Fontana was born in Argentina inand spent much of his career in South America. The son of Italian immigrants, however, he maintained strong ties with Italy and Europe: inhis first solo show was held in Milan, and, though he resented his association with the group, he had a profound.
Politics of the Visible produces not only a provocative rewriting of Italian literary history, but also advances a forceful argument against the notion that the gendered interpellations of the fascist regime were greeted with a resounding ‘si!’.
had no noticeable influence on the fashion industry or the post-war styles that Italy produced. 10 Ellwood, David W., “Italy, Europe and the Cold War: Politics and Economics,” in Italy in the Cold War: Politics, Culture and Society (Oxford: Berg, ), The book's central aim is to chart the significant role that the Catholic Church and the Christian Democrats played in the reception and mediation of American culture in postwar Italy, examining specifically how Italian cinema adopted "the American model" as.
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De Cataldo’s ‘Terroni’ from describing power by television at a time before Berlusconi had refined his political carreer. Unfortunately, it is only available in Italian.Still, these early post-war films stand apart from everything that came after, purely for what they represent.
At a sad and seminal juncture in Italy’s long history, its most talented filmmakers found the inspiration to record the moment for posterity with unflinching truth and tenderness.