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Monthly Archives: January, 2013

ASMI Conference 2012 – Report

  Conference Report IGRS, London, 23–24 November A sound reason conspired in making the overarching theme of the 2012 ASMI Annual Conference, held at the Institute of Germanic and Romance … Continue reading

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ASMI Conference 2012 – The organizers’ viewpoint

Basta! Patterns of Protest in Modern Italy: History, Agents and Representation by Anne Bruch Italy has a rich and diverse protest culture. Traditional protest actions, organized by the political opposition … Continue reading

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ASMI Conference 2012 – Critic’s corner

Book Review Lucy Riall, La Rivolta. Bronte 1860, Roma: Laterza, 2012 by Marco Manfredi The revolt of the Sicilian town of Bronte, with its wake of blood created by the insurrectionist … Continue reading

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ASMI Conference 2012 – Voices

School teachers’ protest: testimony ‘from within’ a new movement. An interview with Emanuele Cecchinato Posadas When was the protest movement ‘Precari uniti contro i tagli alla scuola’ (‘Temporary teachers united … Continue reading

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