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ITAL-380 Identity and Resistance in Fascist Italy
Fall for 2014-2015
  • Benedetti, Laura
  • The course examines the rise, fall and aftermath of Fascism in its cultural context and manifestations. Topics include the persecution of Italian Jews, colonialism and race, demographic policies and the role of women, individual and collective forms of resistance, and the different interpretations of Fascism. Course materials draw from a variety of primary and secondary sources, such literary and cinematographic works of the ventennio, historical accounts, and theoretical essays.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: None
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