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Postcard from the Archives: Stephanie De Paola

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History PhD student Stephanie De Paola at work in the Biblioteca Comunale Labronica Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi

Every year, Fordham graduate students head to the archives to pursue their research projects. We wrote to Stephanie De Paola, holder of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Research Fellowship, for an update on her work in both Italian and American archives for her dissertation, An Intimate Occupation: Race, Gender, and Sexual Violence in Occupied Italy and Post 1945 Memory.  Read on for Stephanie’s postcard from the archives.

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Patriarca to Deliver Keynote Address at Cagliari Conference

On July 2 Professor Silvana Patriarca will be delivering one of two keynote lectures at a conference in Cagliari, Sardinia. The conference, which is sponsored by SISSCO (the Italian Society for Contemporary History), deals with Italy’s colonial inheritance. The title of Patriarca’s talk will be “Dopoguerra in bianco e nero: ‘razza’ e Chiesa cattolica nell’Italia postfascista” (” Postwar in Black and White: ‘Race’ and the Catholic Church in Postfascist Italy”).

 

Seminario locandina 2015

 

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Phi Alpha Theta Lecture: Ruth Ben-Ghiat on Italian POWs, April 22 1:00 PM

The Fordham chapter of Phi Alpha Theta proudly presents

Ben-GhiatThe Long War of Italian POWs, 1940-1950:

What We Learn from Studying Defeat

Dr. Ruth Ben-Ghiat

Professor of Italian Studies and History

New York University

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 / McGinley 235 / 1:00 – 2:00 P.M.

 

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PhD Student Alessandro Saluppo Published in Mondoperaio

Screenshot 2014-06-17 14.39.18Congratulations to our PhD student Alessandro Saluppo, whose article Lotta di classe nel Delta. Dove nasce lo squadrismo has appeared in Mondoperaio, a prestigious Italian journal of politics and culture. The article examines the origins and dynamics of fascist violence in the province of Ferrara. Alessandro wrote to us with an abstract of the article in English.
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