Journal of Modern Italian Studies DATINI

Journal of Modern Italian Studies

John A. Davis – University of Connecticut, USA
5 fascicoli l’anno (già Quadrimestrale [fino al 2002] e poi Trimestrale [dal 2003 al 2009])
Print ISSN: 1354-571X
Online ISSN: 1469-9583

Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica « F. Datini » – Coll: Riv. Digitale
Consistenza: v. 2, n. 1, 1997 –

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v. 15, n. 5, 2010


Renato Camurri, A forgotten generation: Italian cultural migration to the Americas (1930-45), p. 639-643
Renato Camurri, Max Ascoli and Italian intellectuals in exile in the United States before the Second World War, p. 644-656
Charles Killinger, Gaetano Salvemini: antifascism in thought and action, p. 657-677
James Edward Miller, Sforza in America: the dilemmas of exile politics, 1940-43, p. 678-692
Ricardo Pasolini, The antifascist climate and the Italian intellectual exile in interwar Argentina, p. 693-714

Joseph Francese, Leonardo Sciascia and The Disappearance of Majorana, p. 715-733

Review essay, p. 734
Italian summaries, p. 739
Notes on contributors, p. 742

v. 15, n. 4, 2010


Maurizio Marinelli, The encounter between Italy and China: two countries, multiple stories, p. 491-501

Eugenio Menegon, Wanted: an eighteenth-century Chinese Catholic priest in China, Italy, India, and Southeast Asia, p. 502-518
Henrietta Harrison, British Imperialism, French charity and the changing behaviour of Italian Franciscan missionaries in Shanxi Province, 1800-1850, p. 519-535
Maurizio Marinelli, The genesis of the Italian concession in Tianjin: a combination of wishful thinking and realpolitik, p. 536-556
Aglaia De Angeli, Italian land auctions in Tianjin: Italian colonialism in early twentieth-century China, p. 557-572
Laura De Giorgi, In the shadow of Marco Polo: writing about China in fascist Italy, p. 573-589
Guido Samarani, An historical turning point: Italy’s relations with China before and after 8 September 1943, p. 590-602

Review article, p. 603
Book Review, p. 614
Italian summaries, p. 629
Notes on contributors, p. 632

v. 15, n. 3, 2010


Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Alice A. Kelikian, Reflections on Italian Nationalism and Fascism: Essays for Alexander De Grand, p. 333-335

Christopher Duggan, Francesco Crispi, the problem of the monarchy, and the origins of Italian nationalism, p. 336-353
Anthony Cardoza, ‘Making Italians’? Cycling and national identity in Italy: 1900-1950, p. 354-377
Paul Corner, Italian fascism: organization, enthusiasm, opinion, p. 378-389
Lutz Klinkhammer, Was there a fascist revolution? The function of penal law in fascist Italy and in Nazi Germany, p. 390-409
Maura Hametz, Naming Italians in the borderland, 1926-1943, p. 410-430
Giovanni Sedita, Vittorio Mussolini, Hollywood and neorealism, p. 431-457
Alexander De Grand, Reflections on Italian nationalism, p. 458-461

Review Essay, p. 462
Book reviews, p. 471
Italian summaries, p. 481
Notes on contributors, p. 484

v. 15, n. 2, 2010

Gianfranco Pasquino, Marco Valbruzzi, Still an outlier: Italy in a Southern European comparative perspective, p. 183-199
Paolo Acanfora, The Italian Christian Democratic Party within the international Christian Democratic organizations: nationalism, Europeanism, and religious identity (1947-1954), p. 200-231
Luciano Cheles, Back to the future. The visual propaganda of Alleanza Nazionale (1994-2009), p. 232-311

Book reviews, p. 312
Italian summaries, p. 325
Notes on contributors, p. 327

v. 15, n. 1, 2010


Paolo Malanima, Vera Zamagni, 150 years of the Italian economy, 1861-2010, p. 1-20
Patrizia Battilani, The ‘Bel Paese’ and the transition to a service economy, p. 21-40
Andrea Leonardi, Comments on the paper by Patrizia Battilani, p. 41-42
Andrea Colli, Dwarf giants, giant dwarfs. Reflections about the Italian ‘industrial demography’ at the beginning of the new millennium, p. 43-60
Renato Giannetti, Comments on the paper by Andrea Colli, p. 61-63
Emanuele Felice, Regional development: reviewing the Italian mosaic, p. 64-80
Vera Zamagni, Comments on the paper by Emanuele Felice, p. 81-83
Giandomenico Piluso, From the universal bank to the universal bank: a reappraisal, p. 84-103
Giuseppe Conti, Comments on the paper by Giandomenico Piluso, p. 104-106
Pier Angelo Toninelli, Energy and the puzzle of Italy’s economic growth, p. 107-127
Paolo Malanima, Comments on the paper by Pier Angelo Toninelli, p. 128-132
Michelangelo Vasta, Italian export capacity in the long-term perspective (1861-2009): a tortuous path to stay in place, p. 133-156
Giovanni Federico, Comments on the paper by Michelangelo Vasta, p. 157-158

Book Review, p. 159
Italian summaries, p. 174
Notes on contributors, p. 177

v. 14, n. 4, 2009

James L. Newell, The man who never was? The Italian transition and 2008 election, p. 395-412


Gilles Pécout, The international armed volunteers: pilgrims of a transnational Risorgimento, p. 413-426

Grégoire Bron, The exiles of the Risorgimento: Italian volunteers in the Portuguese Civil War (1832-34), p. 427-444 Anne-Claire Ignace, French volunteers in Italy, 1848-49: a collective incarnation of the fraternity of the peoples and of the tradition of French military engagement in Italy and Europe, p. 445-460 Ferdinand Nicolas Göhde, German volunteers in the armed conflicts of the Italian Risorgimento 1834-70, p. 461-475 Simon Sarlin, Fighting the Risorgimento: foreign volunteers in southern Italy (1860-63), p. 476-490

Book reviews, p. 491
Italian summaries, p. 518
Notes on contributors, p. 521

v. 14, n. 3, 2009

Jonathan Dunnage, Ideology, clientelism and the ‘fascistization’ of the Italian state: fascists in the Interior Ministry police, p. 267-284
Jorge Dagnino, Catholic students at war: the Federazione Universitaria Cattolica Italiana, 1940-43, p. 285-304
Giovanni Montroni, The professors in and after the fascist regime. The purges in the universities of Italy (1944-46), p. 305-328
Yuri Guaiana, The formation of a civil religion in republican Italy (1943-49), p. 329-345

Marina Roggero, The meaning of literacy: an Italian reappraisal, p. 346-356
Umberto Gentiloni Silveri, Pietro Scoppola (1926-2007): history as civil commitment, p. 357-364

Book reviews, p. 365
Italian summaries, p. 385
Notes on contributors, p. 388

v. 14, n. 2, 2009

Mauro Canali, The Matteotti murder and the origins of Mussolini’s totalitarian Fascist regime in Italy, p. 143-167
Alessandro Visani, The Jewish enemy. Fascism, the Vatican, and anti-Semitism on the seventieth anniversary of the 1938 race laws, p. 168-183
Rachel Black, Acqua minerale di Sangemini: the Italian mineral water industry finds a place at the table, p. 184-198
Michela Gamba, Andrea Goldstein, The gender dimension of business elites: Italian women directors since 1934, p. 199-225

Book reviews, p. 226
Italian summaries, p. 257
Notes on contributors, p. 260

v. 14, n. 1, 2009

John A. Davis, Patrick McCarthy: A Special Vision, p. 1-3

Adrian Lyttelton, Patrick McCarthy: A Special Vision, p. 4-7

James E. Miller, Silvio Berlusconi and the traditions of Italian foreign policy: a comment on Ambassador Romano’s presentation, p. 15-20
Gianfranco Pasquino, The Democratic Party and the restructuring of the Italian party system, p. 21-30
Mark Gilbert, The crisis of the Italian state: then and now, p. 31-37
Erik Jones, Wheeler dealers: Silvio Berlusconi in comparative perspective, p. 38-45
Vera Zamagni, Governing the Italian economy: a comparative perspective, p. 46-51
Alberto Melloni, Church and state in the Italian crisis, p. 52-65
Adrian Lyttelton, Political language in Italy and Great Britain, p. 66-74
John L. Harper, In the footsteps of George Orwell: Patrick McCarthy as Italian correspondent for Tribune, 1978-1980, p. 75-81
Stephen Gundle, Identity, place and culture: Patrick McCarthy’s columns in the Bologna pages of La Repubblica, p. 82-95
Aidan Lewis, From Alpine clubs to Baggio and Berlusconi: Italy reflected through sport, p. 96-103
John A. Davis, Patrick McCarthy and the Other Italy, p. 104-108
D. W. Ellwood, Is there a European culture?, p. 109-122

Publications of Patrick McCarthy (28 March 1941-22 March 2007), p. 123
Italian summaries, p. 131
Notes on contributors, p. 135

v. 13, n. 4, 2008

Roland Sarti, Thought and action? Perspectives on Mazzini and Garibaldi on the bicentenaries of their births, p. 463-467

Maurizio Ridolfi, Visions of republicanism in the writings of Giuseppe Mazzini, p. 468-479
Sauro Mattarelli, Duties and rights in the thought of Giuseppe Mazzini, p. 480-485
Michele Finelli, Mazzini in Italian historical memory, p. 486-491
Giuliana Limiti, Garibaldi and Mazzini: thought and action, p. 492-502
Mario Di Napoli, Garibaldi and parliamentary democracy, p. 503-511
Giuseppe Monsagrati, The General’s labyrinths and the knotty problems of Italian politics after Italy’s unification, p. 512-519

Review essays, p. 520
Book reviews, p. 550
Italian summaries, p. 567
Notes on contributors, p. 570
Volume Index, p. 573

v. 13, n. 3, 2008


Andrea Mammone, Giuseppe A. Veltri, Italy in Chiaroscuro: the dark shadows of modern Italian society, p. 297-304

Stefania Bernini, Family politics: political rhetoric and the transformation of family life in the Italian Second Republic, p. 305-324
Christophe Roux, Italy’s path to federalism. Origins and paradoxes, p. 325-339
Felia Allum, Percy Allum, Revisiting Naples: clientelism and organized crime, p. 340-365
Alfonsina Iona, Leone Leonida, Giuseppe Sobbrio, ‘O convergence, where art thou?’ Regional growth and industrialization in Italy, p. 366-387
Nicolò Conti, On political fragmentation: stay in or stay out? The role of small parties in the Italian centre-left, p. 388-404
Anna Cento Bull, The Italian transition and national (non)reconciliation, p. 405-421
Marco Brunazzo, Mark Gilbert, The right sweeps the board, p. 422-430

Review essay, p. 431
Book reviews, p. 437
Italian summaries, p. 453
Notes on contributors, p. 456

v. 13, n. 2, 2008

Daniela Luigia Caglioti, Elite migrations in modern Italy: patterns of settlement, integration and identity negotiation, p. 141-151

Luca Codignola, M. Elisabetta Tonizzi, The Swiss community in Genoa from the Old Regime to the late nineteenth century, p. 152-170
Roberto Zaugg, Judging foreigners. Conflict strategies, consular interventions and institutional changes in eighteenth-century Naples, p. 171-195
Marco Rovinello, French businessmen in the nineteenth-century Mezzogiorno: technical innovation, sociability, networks and negotiation of identities, p. 196-218
Daniela Luigia Caglioti, Trust, business groups and social capital: building a Protestant entrepreneurial network in nineteenth-century Naples, p. 219-236
Vanni D’Alessio, From Central Europe to the northern Adriatic: Habsburg citizens between Italians and Croats in Istria, p. 237-258

Review essay, p. 259
Book reviews, p. 265
Italian summaries, p. 288
Notes on contributors, p. 291

v. 13, n. 1, 2008

Maurizio Carbone, Beyond the three circles: Italy and the rest of the world, p. 1-5

Valter Coralluzzo, Italy’s foreign policy toward China: missed opportunities and new chances, p. 6-24
Cristian Collina, A bridge in times of confrontation: Italy and Russia in the context of EU and NATO enlargements, p. 25-40
Giampaolo Calchi Novati, Italy and Africa: how to forget colonialism, p. 41-57
Maurizio Carbone, Italy and the south of the world: still a laggard in international development?, p. 58-74
Giovanna Antonia Fois, Fabrizio Pagani, A wolf in sheep’s clothing? Italy’s policies toward international organizations, p. 75-88

Review Essay, p. 89
Book reviews, p. 103
Italian summaries, p. 132
Notes on contributors, p. 135

v. 12, n. 4, 2007


Jeffrey E. Cole, Modern Italy in anthropological perspective: essays in honor of Anthony Galt Page: 381

Caroline B. Brettell, Remembering Anthony (Tony) Galt, p. 382-386
Jeffrey E. Cole, In pursuit of ‘green gold’: immigration and the fortunes of a Sicilian greenhouse district, p. 387-396
Victoria Belco, Sharecroppers, war, and social change in central Italy, p. 397-405
Elizabeth L. Krause, Memory and meaning: genealogy of a fertile protest, p. 406-416
Alison Leitch, Visualizing the mountain: the photographer as ethnographer in the marble quarries of Carrara, p. 417-429
Sonja Plesset, Beyond honor: a new approach to the many sides of shame, p. 430-439
Cristina Grasseni, Conservation, development and self-commodification: doing ethnography in the Italian Alps, p. 440-449
Jaro Stacul, Understanding neoliberalism: reflections on the ‘end of politics’ in northern Italy, p. 450-459

Book reviews, p. 460
Italian summaries, p. 488
Notes on contributors, p. 491

v. 12, n. 3, 2007

Gianfranco Pasquino, Italian politics: no improvement in sight, p. 273-285
David Gilks, Riforma e Rinascimento, Protestantism and Catholicism in Antonio Gramsci’s writings on Italian history, 1926 – 35, p. 286-306
Paolo Acanfora, Myths and the political use of religion in Christian Democratic culture, p. 307-338

Review essay, p. 339
Book reviews, p. 347
Italian summaries, p. 373
Notes on contributors, p. 375

v. 12, n. 2, 2007

Editorial announcement Pages: 151-152

Maria Pia Casalena, The congresses of Italian scientists between Europe and the Risorgimento (1839 – 75), p. 153-188
Dorothy Louise Zinn, I Quindici Giorni di Scanzano: identity and social protest in the New South, p. 189-206
Asher D. Colombo, ‘They call me a housekeeper, but I do everything.’ Who are domestic workers today in Italy and what do they do?, p. 207-237

Book Reviews, p. 238
Miscellany, p. 266

v. 12, n. 1, 2007

An announcement from the Editorial Board Page: 1

Franco Garelli, The church and Catholicism in contemporary Italy, p. 2-7
Franco Garelli, The public relevance of the church and Catholicism in Italy, p. 8-36
Ilvo Diamanti, Luigi Ceccarini, Catholics and politics after the Christian Democrats: the influential minority, p. 37-59
Alberto Melloni, The politics of the ‘Church’ in the Italy of Pope Wojtyla, p. 60-85
Enzo Pace, A peculiar pluralism, p. 86-100
Dermot McCann, Globalization, European integration and regulatory reform in Italy: liberalism, protectionism or reconstruction?, p. 101-117

Reviews, p. 118
Book reviews, p. 124
Miscellany, p. 142

v. 11, n. 4, 2006

Marco Mondini, Between subversion and coup d’etat: military power and politics after the Great War (1919-1922), p. 445-464
Gianfranco Pasquino, The Italian political system after the 9-10 April 2006 elections, p. 465-471
Adriano Pappalardo, Italian bipolarism and the elections of 2006. End of the line or just a connecting stop?, p. 472-493
Daniela Giannetti, Elisabetta De Giorgi, The 2006 Italian general elections: issues, dimensions and policy positions of political parties, p. 494-515
Donatella Campus, The 2006 election: more than ever, a Berlusconi-centred campaign, p. 516-531
Gianfranco Pasquino, The election of the eleventh President of the Italian Republic, p. 532-542

Book Reviews, p. 543
Commentary, p. 581
Miscellany, p. 584

v. 11, n. 3, 2006

Marco Santoro, Musical identity and social change in Italy, p. 275-281
Carlotta Sorba, The origins of the entertainment industry: the operetta in late nineteenth-century Italy, p. 282-302
Giordano Montecchi, Italians and music. Financescape, ideoscape and mediascape, p. 303-341
Marco Santoro, The Tenco effect. Suicide, San Remo, and the social construction of the canzone d’autore, p. 342-366
Stephen Gundle, Adriano Celentano and the origins of rock and roll in Italy, p. 367-386
Raymond Grew, Brief reflections on the journal Italianists keep, p. 387-392
Elizabeth L. Krause, « You have to start with something »: towards an ethnographic research agenda for modern Italy, p. 393-403
Paolo Macry, Mirror of the Second Republic. The Journal of Modern Italian Studies in the years of the Italian political crisis, p. 404-413

Book reviews, p. 414
Miscellany, p. 435

v. 11, n. 2, 2006

Kate Ferris, « Fare di ogni famiglia italiana un fortilizio »: The League of Nations’ economic sanctions and everyday life in Venice, p. 117-142
Emilio Gentile, New idols: Catholicism in the face of Fascist totalitarianism, p. 143-170
Alessandro Visani, Italian reactions to the racial laws of 1938 as seen through the classified files of the Ministry of Popular Culture, p. 171-187
Gianpiero Dalla Zuanna, Population replacement, social mobility and development in Italy in the twentieth century, p. 188-208

Reviews, p. 209
Book reviews, 240
Miscellany, p. 267

v. 11, n. 1, 2006


Michael Blim, Defining a field, describing a world: Jane and Peter Schneider and the study of modern Italy, p. 1-15
Sidney Tarrow, From Villamaura to Palermo: two songs of the Mafia, p. 16-21
Jeffrey Cole, Sally Booth, Domestic work, family life, and immigration in Sicily, p. 22-36
Giovanna Fiume, A changing Sicily: homage to Jane and Peter Schneider, p. 37-60
Jane Schneider, Peter Schneider, Sicily: reflections on forty years of change, p. 61-83

Book Reviews, p. 84

v. 10, n. 4, 2005

D. W. Ellwood, The never-ending liberation, p. 385-395
Paolo Pezzino, The Italian resistance between history and memory, p. 396-412
Roger Absalom, Allied escapers and the contadini in occupied Italy (1943-5), p. 413-425
Alberto Cavaglion, Foreign Jews in the western Alps (1938-43), p. 426-446
Paolo Sorcinelli, War in the mental hospitals: sychiatry and clinical files (1940-52), p. 447-467
Anna Bravo, Armed and unarmed: struggles without weapons in Europe and in Italy, p. 468-484

Book Reviews, p. 485
Miscellany, p. 510

v. 10, n. 3, 2005

Bruno PF Wanrooij, Italian masculinities, p. 277-280

Domenico Rizzo, Liberal decorum and men in conflict: Rome, 1871-90, p. 281-296
Mark Seymour, Keystone of the patriarchal family? Indissoluble marriage, masculinity and divorce in Liberal Italy, p. 297-313
Sandro Bellassai, The masculine mystique: antimodernism and virility in fascist Italy, p. 314-335
Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Unmaking the fascist man: masculinity, film and the transition from dictatorship, p. 336-365

Reviews, p. 366
Miscellany, p. 377

v. 10, n. 2, 2005

John A. Davis, The culture of Enlightenment and reform in eighteenth-century Italy, p. 131-132

John A. Marino, A bigger Settecento Italiano: wider vistas and open terrain, p. 133-141
Anna Maria Rao, Enlightenment and reform: an overview of culture and politics in Enlightenment Italy, p. 142-167
Giuseppe Ricuperati, The Enlightenment and the church in the work of Franco Venturi: the fertile legacy of a civil religion, p. 168-182
Barbara Ann Naddeo, Cultural capitals and cosmopolitanism in eighteenth-century Italy: the historiography and Italy on the Grand Tour, p. 183-199
Renato Pasta, The history of the book and publishing in eighteenth-century Italy, p. 200-217
Carlo Capra, Habsburg Italy in the age of reform, p. 218-233
R. Burr Litchfield, Franco Venturi’s ‘crisis’ of the Old Regime, p. 234-244

Reviews, p. 245
Miscellany, p. 267

v. 10, n. 1, 2005

John A Davis, David I Kertzer, Editorial, p. 1-2

Gianfranco Pasquino, Italy and America: politics and culture: Americanization of Italian politics?, p. 3-9
Osvaldo Croci, The ‘Americanization’ of Italian foreign policy?, p. 10-26
James L. Newell, Americanization and the judicialization of Italian politics, p. 27-42
Jonathan Hopkin, Towards a chequebook democracy? Business, parties and the funding of politics in Italy and the United States, p. 43-58
Mario Ricciardi, Political philosophy across the Atlantic: a difficult relationship?, p. 59-77

Reviews, p. 78

v. 9, n. 4, 2004

Gilles Pécout, Philhellenism in Italy: political friendship and the Italian volunteers in the Mediterranean in the nineteenth century, p. 405-427
Roberto Gualtieri, The Italian political system and détente (1963 – 1981), p. 428-449
The work of Paul Ginsborg, p. 450-454

Charles Maier, Comments, p. 455-458
Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Comments, p. 458-463
Judith Chubb, Comments, p. 464-472
Paul Ginsborg, A reply, p. 473-478

Book Reviews, p. 479
Miscellany, p. 507

v. 9, n. 3, 2004

Marta Petrusewicz, Introduction. The hidden pages of contemporary Italian history: war crimes, war guilt and collective memory, p. 269-270
Claudio Pavone, Introduction, p. 271-279

Lidia Santarelli, Muted violence: Italian war crimes in occupied Greece, p. 280-299
Nicola Labanca, Colonial rule, colonial repression and war crimes in the Italian colonies, p. 300-313
H. James Burgwyn, General Roatta’s war against the partisans in Yugoslavia: 1942, p. 314-329
Filippo Focardi, Lutz Klinkhammer, The question of Fascist Italy’s war crimes: the construction of a self-acquitting myth (1943 – 1948), p. 330-348
Michele Battini, Sins of memory: reflections on the lack of an Italian Nuremberg and the administration of international justice after 1945, p. 349-362

Reviews, p. 363
Miscellany, p. 396

v. 9, n. 2, 2004

Marzio Barbagli, Lost primacy: crime in Italy at the end of the twentieth century, p. 131-160
Marzio Barbagli, Laura Sartori, Law enforcement activities in Italy, p. 161-185
Letizia Paoli, The illegal drugs market, p. 186-207

Reviews, p. 208
Italian summaries, p. 261

v. 9, n. 1, 2004

Carol Helstosky, Fascist food politics: Mussolini’s policy of alimentary sovereignty, p. 1-26
Ferruccio Pastore, A community out of balance: nationality law and migration politics in the history of post-unification Italy, p. 27-48
Asher Colombo, Giuseppe Sciortino, Italian immigration: the origins, nature and evolution of Italy’s migratory systems, p. 49-70
Emilio Reyneri, Immigrants in a segmented and often undeclared labour market, p. 71-93
Giuseppe Sciortino, Asher Colombo, The flows and the flood: the public discourse on immigration in Italy, 1969-2001, p. 94-113

Reviews, p. 114
Italian summaries, p. 134

v. 8, n. 4, 2003

Gianfranco Pasquino, The government, the opposition and the President of the Republic under Berlusconi, p. 485-499
Percy Allum, The politics of town planning in post-war Naples, p. 500-527
Nadia Urbinati, The Cold War in the Italian left Introduction, p. 528-531
Mario Del Pero, Containing containment: rethinking Italy’s experience during the Cold War, p. 532-555
Mariuccia Salvati, Behind the Cold War: rethinking the left, the state and civil society in Italy (1940s-1970s), p. 556-577
Nadia Urbinati, Liberalism in the Cold War: Norberto Bobbio and the dialogue with the PCI, p. 578-603

Book Reviews, p. 604
Editorials, p. 631
Miscellany, p. 632

v. 8, n. 3, 2003

Axel Körner, The theatre of social change: nobility, opera industry and the politics of culture in Bologna between papal privileges and liberal principles, p. 341-369
Jacqueline Andall, Italian Colonialism: Historical Perspectives Introduction, p. 370-374
Giuseppe Finaldi, Culture and imperialism in a ‘backward’ nation? The Prima Guerra d’Africa (1885-96) in Italian primary schools, p. 374-390
Uoldelul Dirar, Church-state relations in colonial Eritrea : missionaries and the development of colonial strategies (1869-1911), p. 391-410
Barbara Sòrgoni, ‘Defending the race’: the Italian reinvention of the Hottentot Venus during Fascism, p. 411-424
Giulia Barrera, Mussolini’s colonial race laws and state-settler relations in Africa Orientale Italiana (1935-41), p. 425-443

Book Reviews, p. 444
Miscellany, p. 475

v. 8, n. 2, 2003

Marco Tarchi, The political culture of the Alleanza nazionale: an analysis of the party’s programmatic documents (1995-2002), p. 135-181

Felia Allum, James Newell, Introduction, p. 182-196
Gianfranco Pasquino, A Tale of Two Parties: Forza Italia and the Left Democrats, p. 197-215
Benito Giordano, The Continuing Transformation of Italian Politics and the Contradictory Fortunes of the Lega Nord, p. 216-230
Mark Donovan, Berlusconi, strong government and the Italian state, p. 231-248
Gaspare Nevola, From the ‘Republic of Parties’ to a ‘Fatherland for Italians’: the Italian Political System in Search of a New Principle of Legitimation, p. 249-265
Osvaldo Croci, Italian Security Policy after the Cold War, p. 266-283

Book Reviews, p. 284
Miscellany, p. 330

v. 8, n. 1, 2003

Gabriele Clemens, Ancestors, castles, tradition: the German and Italian nobility and the discovery of the Middle Ages in the nineteenth century, p. 1-15
Ulrich Wyrwa, Jewish experiences in the Italian Risorgimento: political practice and national emotions of Florentine and Leghorn Jewry (1849-1860), p. 16-35
Stefano Santoro, The cultural penetration of Fascist Italy abroad and in eastern Europe, p. 36-66
Roberto Dainotto, The Gubbio Papers: historic centers in the age of the economic miracle, p. 67-83
Pamela Ballinger, Imperial nostalgia: mythologizing Habsburg Trieste, p. 84-101

Book Reviews, p. 102
Miscellany, p. 126

v. 7, n. 3, 2002

Steve Siporin, Life Is Beautiful : four riddles, three answers, p. 345-363
Gianfranco Baldini, The direct election of mayors: an assessment of the institutional reform following the Italian municipal elections of 2001, p. 364-379
Ken Ishida, Racisms compared: Fascist Italy and ultra-nationalist Japan, p. 380-391
Ilaria Favretto, The Italian Left in search of ideas: the rediscovery of the political ideas of the Action Party, p. 392-415

Book Reviews, p. 416
Miscellany, p. 440

v. 7, n. 2, 2002

Donatella Campus, Leaders, dreams and journeys: Italy’s new political communication, p. 171-191
Paul Arpaia, Constructing a national identity from a created literary past: Giosuè Carducci and the development of a national literature, p. 192-214
Symposium on Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust in Italy Pages: 215-268
Stuart Woolf, Reading Federico Chabod’s Storia dell’idea d’Europa half a century later, p. 269-292

Book Reviews, p. 293
Miscellany, p. 336

v. 7, n. 1, 2002

Mary Gibson, Introduction, p. 1-16

Maura Palazzi, Economic autonomy and male authority: female merchants in modern Italy, p. 17-36
Angela Groppi, A matter of fact rather than principle: women, work and property in papal Rome (eighteenth-nineteenth centuries), p. 37-55
Simona Trombetta, Public vices, private remedies in nineteenth-century Italy: Giulia Falletti di Barolo Colbert and Le Forzate, p. 56-73
Patrizia Gabrielli, Protagonists and politics in the Italian women’s movement: a reflection on the work of Annarita Buttafuoco, p. 74-87
Jan Margry, Merchandising and sanctity: the invasive cult of Padre Pio, p. 88-115
David D. Roberts, Maggi’s Croce, Sasso’s Gentile and the riddles of twentieth-century Italian intellectual history, p. 116-144
Peter Schneider, On mafiology . . ., p. 145-149

Book Reviews, p. 150
Miscellany, p. 161

v. 6, n. 3, 2001

Aaron Gillette, The origins of the ‘Manifesto of racial scientists’, p. 305-323
Felia Allum, Becoming a camorrista : criminal culture and life choices in Naples, p. 324-347
Osvaldo Croci, Language and politics in Italy: from Moro to Berlusconi, p. 348-370
Gianfranco Pasquino, The Italian national elections of 13 May 2001, p. 371-387
, Italy: the idea and the reality of the nation, p. 388-401
Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Luciano Cafagna, Ernesto Galli della Loggia, Carl Ipsen, David I. Kertzer, Mark Gilbert, History as it really wasn’t: the myths of Italian historiography, p. 402-419

Stuart Woolf, John Rosselli (1927-2001), p. 420-421
John Rosselli, Nello and the other Rossellis, p. 422-428

Book Reviews, p. 429
Miscellany, p. 459

v. 6, n. 2, 2001

Richard Bellamy, Introduction – From philosophes to pundits: Italian intellectuals and politics from Vico to Eco, p. 151-156
Melissa Calaresu, Constructing an intellectual identity: autobiography and biography in eighteenth-century Naples, p. 157-177
Martin Thom, ‘Liberty and truth’ or ‘the sovereignty of reason’: Carlo Cattaneo and the place of politics in the modern world, p. 178-194
Carl Levy, The people and the professors: socialism and the educated middle classes in Italy, 1870-1915, p. 195-208
Richard Bellamy, A Crocean critique of Gramsci on historicism, hegemony and intellectuals, p. 209-229
Walter L. Adamson, Avant-garde modernism and Italian Fascism: cultural politics in the era of Mussolini, p. 230-248
Robert S.C. Gordon, A neo-rationalist tendency in the field of the literary intellectual in 1970s Italy: Vittorini, Sciascia, Ginzburg, p. 249-264

Book Reviews, p. 265
Miscellany, p. 297

v. 6, n. 1, 2001

Vittoria Buratta, Giovanna Boccuzzo, Evolution and epidemiology of induced abortion in Italy, p. 1-18
Berardino Palumbo, The social life of local museums, p. 19-37
Sergio Fabbrini, Has Italy rejected the referendum path to change? The failed referenda of May 2000, p. 38-56
Alexander De Grand, Giovanni Giolitti: a pessimist as modernizer, p. 57-67
Aristotle A. Kallis, ‘A question of loyalty’: mussolinismo and the collapse of the Italian Fascist regime in 1943, p. 68-93

Book Reviews, p. 94
Miscellany, p. 141