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Book Sources: Italy
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The Ciano Diaries, 1939-1943 by
Call Number: DG575.C52 A3 1946
The Complete, Unabridged Diaries of Count Galeazzo Ciano, Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, 1936-1943
Collected Letters of a Renaissance Feminist [print book] by
Call Number: PA85.C4 A4 1997
"Renaissance writer Laura Cereta (1469–1499) presents feminist issues in a predominantly male venue—the humanist autobiography in the form of personal letters. Cereta's works circulated widely in Italy during the early modern era, but her complete letters have never before been published in English."
Fascism in Popular Memory: The Cultural Experience of the Turin Working Class by
Call Number: DG975.T97 P3713 1987
translated by Robert Lumley and Jude Bloomfield
"...based on the oral life histories of about 70 men and women workers, born between the end of the last century and 1920, which are combined with sources such as police reports, documentary films and judicial documents."
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Her Immaculate Hand by
Call Number: PA8163 .H47 1997
Selected Works by and about the women Humanists of Quattrocento Italy
Selected Poetry and Prose by
Call Number: PQ4630.M263 A2 2008
edited and translated by Elaine Maclachlan ; with an introduction by Giovanna Rabitti
The Towns of Italy in the Later Middles [sic] Ages by
Call Number: DG500 .T69 2000
"...presents over one hundred fascinating documents, carefully selected and coordinated from the richest, most innovative and most documented society of the European Middle Ages: the urban civilization of Italy."
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