Bringing together scholars from the Italian and English-speaking worlds, Bosworth and Dogliani's edited book reviews the history of the memory and representation of Fascism after 1945. Ranging in their study from patriotic monuments to sado-masochistic films, the essays here collected ask how and why and when Mussolini's dictatorship mattered after the event, and so provide a fascinating study of the relationship between a traumatic past and the changing present and future.
About the author
ROGER ABSALOM Honorary Research Fellow, Sheffield Hallam University RUTH BEN-GHIAT Assistant Professor of History Fordham University, New York GUIDO CRAINZ Associate Professor of History, University of Teramo MIRCO DONDI post-doctoral fellow in History, University of Bologna NICHOLAS DOUMANIS Lecturer in History, University of Newcastle (Australia) DAVID FORGACS Reader in Film Studies, Department of Media Arts, University of London ELDA GUERRA Deputy Chair, Centre for Research on Women's Studies, Bologna BRUNELLO MANTELLI Lecturer in History, University of Turin GLENDA SLUGA Lecturer in History and Director of the Centre for European Studies, University of Sydney DAVID WARD Associate Professor of Italian, Wellesley College
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