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Italian Colonialism

ISBN-10: 0230606369
ISBN-13: 9780230606364
Edition: 2005
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Description: Italian Colonialismis a pioneering anthology of texts by scholars from seven countries who represent the best of classical and newer approaches to the study of Italian imperial endeavors in Africa. Essays on the political, economic, and military  More...

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Book details

List price: $40.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 10/13/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 266
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.858
Language: English

Italian Colonialismis a pioneering anthology of texts by scholars from seven countries who represent the best of classical and newer approaches to the study of Italian imperial endeavors in Africa. Essays on the political, economic, and military aspects of Italian colonialism are featured alongside works that reflect the insights of anthropology, race and gender studies, film, architecture, and oral and cultural history. The volume includes many essays by Italian and African scholars that have never been translated into English. It is a unique resource that offers students and scholars a comprehensive view of the field.

Ruth Ben-Ghiat is Associate Professor of Italian Studies at New York University. Her publications include Fascist Modernities: Italy 1922-45 . Mia Fuller is Assistant Professor of Italian Studies at the University of California at Berkeley.

Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Notes on Contributors
Chronology
Editors' Note on Transliterations
Introduction
Conquest
Constructing Italian Africa: Geography and Geopolitics
Italian Colonial Internment
The Italian Air Force in the Ethiopian War (1935-1936)
Poison Gas and Atrocities in the Italo-Ethiopian War (1935-1936)
Colonization
State and Class Formation and Collaboration in Colonial Libya
The Early Years of the Agency for the Colonization of Cyrenaica (1932-1935)
Empire Building and Its Limitations: Ethiopia (1935-1941)
Practices and Ideologies
Patrilinearity, Race, and Identity: The Upbringing of Italo-Eritreans during Italian Colonialism
The Ideology of Colonialism: Educational Policy and Praxis in Eritrea
Mussolini, Libya, and the Sword of Islam
Preservation and Self-Absorption: Italian Colonization and the Walled City of Tripoli, Libya
Representations
Pioneering Female Modernity: Fascist Women in Colonial Africa
Public Space and Public Face: Italian Fascist Urban Planning at Tripoli's Colonial Trade Fair
The Architecture of Tourism in Italian Libya: The Creation of a Mediterranean Identity
The Italian Colonial Cinema: Agendas and Audiences
Legacies
The Obligations of Italy Toward Libya
Damages Caused by the Italian Fascist Colonization of Libya
Italian Memories/African Memories of Colonialism
Italians as "Good" Colonizers: Speaking Subalterns and the Politics of Memory in the Dodecanese
Madamismo and Beyond: The Construction of Eritrean Women
Bibliography
Index

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