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BIPR | Journal of Modern Italian Studies Special Issue - What is Left of the Italian Left?
Journal of Modern Italian Studies Special Issue - What is Left of the Italian Left?

April 24, 2024 - 19:00

John A. Davis - Rosa Mulè - Gianfranco Pasquino - Sofia Ventura

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Journal of Modern Italian Studies Special Issue - What is Left of the Italian Left?
Patrick McCarthy Memorial Series on Intellectuals and Politics


Supported by the Associazione di cultura e di studio italo-americana Luciano Finelli Friends of the Johns Hopkins University
hosted by Professor Gianfranco Pasquino

John A. Davis
Editor, Journal of Modern Italian Studies; Emiliana Pasca Noether Professor of Modern Italian History, Emeritus, University of Connecticut
Rosa Mulè
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Bologna
Gianfranco Pasquino
Senior Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe; Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Bologna
Sofia Ventura
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Bologna

The Journal of Modern Italian Studies (JMIS) is one of the leading English language forums for debate and discussion on modern Italy. The journal publishes five issues a year, each containing scholarly articles and book reviews relating to the political, economic, cultural, and social history of modern Italy from 1700 to the present. JMIS is especially committed to promoting the study of modern and contemporary Italy in transnational contexts.

The Journal features the work of historians, political scientists and theorists, anthropologists, sociologists, economists, and cultural historians, as well as specialists in fields such as literature, cultural studies, fine arts and cinema. It also organizes debates amongst leading experts on major themes in modern Italian history, culture, economics, and society.
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