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Migration Italy

The Art of Talking Back in a Destination Culture

These definitions and the complexities inherent in the different cultural, legal, and political positions of Italy's people are at the heart of Migration Italy, a unique work of immense importance for understanding society in both modern-day Italy and, indeed, the entire European continent.

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ParatiGraziella:

Graziella Parati is a professor in the Department of French and Italian, the Comparative Literature Program, and the Women's and Gender Studies Program at Dartmouth College.

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Barbara Spackman, Department of Italian Studies and Department of Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley:

?In Migration Italy, Graziella Parati manages the difficult task of unifying film, literature, law, and autobiography relative to migrants in Italy. In so doing, she makes a very significant contribution to the field of Italian studies and immigration studies. In fact, the book?s originality in this nascent field of scholarship is its greatest strength.?

H. Marie Orton, Division of Language and Literature, Truman State University:

?In Migration Italy, Graziella Parati manages the difficult task of unifying film, literature, law, and autobiography relative to migrants in Italy. In so doing, she makes a very significant contribution to the field of Italian studies and immigration studies. In fact, the book?s originality in this nascent field of scholarship is its greatest strength.?

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