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Politik, Familie und Religion in Rom. Eine Ethnographie
Soziale Bewegungen im Italien der 1970er Jahre
Series: Histoire, 74
Konversionsszenarien im Rom der Frühen Neuzeit
Der organlose Körper der italienischen Nachkriegszeit, 1943-1949
Series: Histoire, 6
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von Zuaiters Mord in Rom hinsichtlich des damaligen und derzeitigen Verhältnis zwischen Italien und Palästina eine gesteigerte Brisanz: „[M]y piece“, erwähnt die Künstlerin dazu in einem Interview, „is also about Italy, about a particular time in Italian history when, unlike today, lef tist politics and support for Palestine was strong. That is one of the reasons why it is such an exciting project in the context of Venice, because this is also an Italian history.“117 In diesem Zusammenhang weist sie mit Material for a Film nicht zuletzt darauf hin, dass die

, 1971). The keywords ‘austerity’ and ‘autarchy’ as used in the titles of the pre- sented projects also gave name to a show exhibited at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan in 2014. Autarky, Austerity, Autonomy – Italian Design beyond the Crisis was on display for nearly a year and put emphasis on the notion of self-production in three crucial periods in Italian history: the ’thirties, the ’seventies and the zero years.24 The exhibition showcased de- sign classics such as Enzo Mari’s self-production project Autoprogettazione or the Global Tools initiative and

story, maintaining that, basically, the Italian nation was born through a “policy of identity.” To quote Massimo d’Azeglio (1861), “We have created Italy, now let us create Italians.” In actuality, the country continued to remain plural, marked by profound regional differences and above all by differences be- tween the North and the South, the famous “southern issue.” Jeff Pratt (2002) adds that this “hierarchised cultural diversity” in which the North stigmatized the South is the principal leitmotif of Italian history.4 This internal plurality also affects

affordable prices for a broad range of readers.15 FROM HISTORY TO SOCIETY In terms of the magazines’ content, it is hardly surprising that on average most articles are concerned with the twentieth century, while a large num- ber are also concerned with the nineteenth century. At first glance, we could define Italian history from the Risorgimento period to the Second 13 Journalists writing for Storia Illustrata included some of the most famous names, such as Giovanni Ansaldo, or Indro Montanelli, who could

des kollektiven Gedächtnisses. Die Abrechnung mit dem Faschismus in Italien und ihre erfahrungsgeschichtliche Dimension, in: Corneli- ßen, Klinkhammer, Schwentker (Hg.), Erinnerungskulturen, S. 67-76. 18 Ein polemisches Anklagemanifest ist Giorgio Pansa: Il sangue dei vinti. Quello che accadde in Italia dopo il 25 aprile, Milano 2003. 19 Marta Petrusewicz: Preface. The hidden pages of contemporary Italian history: war crimes, war guilt and collective memory, in: Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 3/2004, S. 269-270. Vgl. auch die Beiträge zu Il fascimo come