A. Mammone, N. Tranfaglia, G.A. Veltri (eds), Un Paese Normale? Saggi sull’Italia Contemporanea, Dalai Editore, 2011
Is Italy a “normal country”? What are the causes of the social and political crisis the country has been experiencing in the last decade?
Un Paese Normale? Saggi sull’Italia Contemporanea is a collective book which has recently tried to examine some of the main political, social and economic problems of contemporary Italy.
Mario Caciagli, Alessandro Chiaramonte and Fulvio Conti will introduce the book and discuss with Andrea Mammone and Nicola Tranfaglia, co-editors of the volume, the recent evolutions of Italian politics.
WEDNESDAY, 14 DECEMBER, 5PM
POLO DELLE SCIENZE SOCIALI (NOVOLI)
PALAZZINA D6, AULA 1.02
VIA DELLE PANDETTE, 31
Prof. Nicola Tranfaglia is an historian and politician. He has widely published on fascism, mafia and many other aspects of Italian political history. He has also analyzed in several books the Berlusconi phenomenon. From 2006 to 2008 he has been a Member of Parliament.
Dr. Andrea Mammone is a historian at London’s Kingston University. He has published on the European extreme right, Italian political history, and public memories. His Transnational Neofascism in France and Italy is out next year with Cambridge University Press. He co-edited Italy Today. The Sick Man of Europe (Routledge). He was the main commentator for both Al Jazeera English and the BBC News Channel on the recent political upheavals in Italy, and wrote op-eds for the International Herald Tribune, The Independent, and Foreign Affairs.
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