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Bollettino Del Ministero Degli Affari Esteri

Author : Italy. Ministero degli affari esteri
ISBN : PRNC:32101064644485
Genre : Consular reports
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Bollettino Del Ministerio Degli Affari Esteri

Author : Italy. Ministero degli affari esteri
ISBN : HARVARD:HL1JKT
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Bollettino Del Ministero Degli Affari Esteri

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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book. ++++ The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to ensure edition identification: ++++ Bollettino Del Ministero Degli Affari Esteri Italy. Ministero degli affari esteri Tip. del Ministero degli affari esteri, 1891 History; Europe; Italy; Consular reports; History / Europe / Italy; Italy

Bollettino Consolare

Author : Italy. Ministero degli affari esteri
ISBN : CHI:095954147
Genre : Consular reports
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Bollettino Consolare

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Italy S Encounters With Modern China

Author : M. Marinelli
ISBN : 9781137290939
Genre : History
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Developed by an international team of historians, sociologists, political scientists and economists, this collection is the most comprehensive reader of the history of Sino-Italian relations currently available in the English language.

Italy In The Age Of Pinocchio

Author : C. Ipsen
ISBN : 9781403983022
Genre : History
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Detailing the development of a new Western attitude to children and their place in society, this book tells the story of Italy's forgotten children at the end of the nineteenth century - foundlings, street children, factory and mine workers, emigrants and delinquents - and illustrates the efforts of the recently unified Italian state to help them.

No Need To Be Afraid

Author : Desmond O'Connor
ISBN : 1862543801
Genre : Australia
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The story of how Italians struggled to earn the right to live and work amidst an Anglo-Saxon society. It is a story of fear: the Britishers' fear that the 'swarthy' undesirables would threaten their jobs and their way of life; the fear, as WW2 erupted, that Italians might sabotage the war effort and assist the Axis powers to take over Australia.

The Friulian Language

Author : Rose Mucignat
ISBN : 9781443861021
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Are minor languages the lifeblood of cherished local identities or just passports with restricted validity, serving no purpose in today’s transnational, global world? Italy’s north-eastern region of Friuli is a case in point: in this area, around half a million people speak Friulian, a Romance language of the Rhaeto-Romance family, which is attested to in written texts since 1150 and acquired official minority language status in 1999. Geographically and politically off-centre, Friuli remained isolated for a long part of its history and developed a unique language that sustained a distinctive identity and culture. Starting from the nineteenth century, large-scale migration towards Northern Europe and the Americas brought Friulian into contact with other languages and contexts of use. The Friulian Language: Identity, Migration, Culture is the first comprehensive study in English of this little-known language to consider its history and the variety of its cultural manifestations from antiquity to the present day. The volume gathers together the work of ten contributors who are specialists in the fields of history (Fulvio Salimbeni), law (William Cisilino), linguistics (Paola Benincà, Franco Finco, Fabiana Fusco and Carla Marcato), literary studies (Rosa Mucignat and Rienzo Pellegrini), and migration (Javier P. Grossutti and Olga Zorzi Pugliese). The focus of the book is on Friulian, its varieties, its linguistic characteristics and its use in literature from fourteenth-century ballads to Pier Paolo Pasolini, and more recent poetry by Novella Cantarutti and others. Equal attention is given to the Friulians themselves, the social and political transformations of the region, and the experience of migration, in particular the case of high-skilled mosaic craftsmen from the Alpine foothills. Thanks to its multidisciplinary approach, the book sheds light on the questions of why Friulian has developed the way it has, what its significance as a minor language is, and how it can negotiate its relationship to other languages on a global scale.

The Italian Emigration Of Modern Times

Author : Patrizia Famà Stahle
ISBN : 9781443892810
Genre : History
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The Italian Emigration of Modern Times examines diplomatic issues that arose between Italy and the United States over a series of lynchings of Italian immigrant labourers before World War I. The work explores a significant epoch in Italian economic and diplomatic history which became intertwined with American ethnic and race relations issues. On one level, the book emphasises the pragmatism and restraint which characterized Italy’s official reactions to these repeated episodes of murder of its nationals. On another level, it shows that the diplomatic crises which swirled around the lynching of Italians pushed onto the American political scene the question of whether there should be a federal anti-lynching law. Naturally, the lynching of Italian nationals in the US produced wide public outrage in Italy. Italian domestic outcries presented the Italian government with a serious dilemma. Emigrant savings and financial transfers to family members remaining in Italy were an important economic asset. Italian diplomats launched investigations and protested vigorously, but ended up accepting federal financial compensation for the victims’ families. The consistent pragmatism and restraint of the Italian government through these episodes of violence is the unifying theme of the entire work.

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