Italy In The Last Fifteen Hundred Years
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📒Italy In The Last Fifteen Hundred Years ✍ Reinhold Schumann
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📒Italy In The Last Fifteen Hundred Years ✍ Marilyn Strathern
✏Italy in the Last Fifteen Hundred Years Book Summary : An updated edition of the original, published in 1986 by UPA; the book is divided into four parts: From Byzantium to the Communes, 476-1122; From the Communes to the High Renaissance, 1122-1534; Italy Between the Hapsburgs and the French, 1534-1814; Italy in the Modern World. The author describes recent events in the Epilogue.
📒Italy ✍ Britannica Educational Publishing
✏Italy Book Summary : It is almost impossible to think about Italy without recalling its Renaissance art masterpieces, its spectacular landscapes, or its widely loved cuisine. Although these combined elements hint at a united Italian culture, Italy is truly a country comprised of individual regions, each with their own identities, histories, and traditions. Readers will follow Italys trajectory from a land of disparate barbarian kingdoms to a republic, discovering along the way the glories of the Medici period, the factors influencing Italys development into one of the worlds most industrialized countries, and the diverse society that makes up its population.
📒Italian American ✍ David A.J. Richards
✏Italian American Book Summary : When southern Italians began emigrating to the U.S. in large numbers in the 1870s-part of the "new immigration" from southern and eastern rather than northern Europe-they were seen as racially inferior, what David A. J. Richards terms "nonvisibly" black. The first study of its kind, Italian American explores the acculturation process of Italian immigrants in terms of then-current patterns of European and American racism. Delving into the political and legal context of flawed liberal nationalism both in Italy (the Risorgimento) and the United States (Reconstruction Amendments), Richards examines why Italian Americans were so reluctant to influence depictions of themselves and their own collective identity. He argues that American racism could not have had the durability or political power it has had either in the popular understanding or in the corruption of constitutional ideals unless many new immigrants, themselves often regarded as racially inferior, had been drawn into accepting and supporting many of the terms of American racism. With its unprecedented focus on Italian American identity and an interdisciplinary approach to comparative culture and law, this timely study sheds important light on the history and contemporary importance of identity and multicultural politics in American political and constitutional debate.
📒Defense And Security ✍ Karl R. DeRouen
✏Defense and Security Book Summary : An authoritative, up-to-date examination of the national security and defense policies of 50 influential nations and regions across the globe. * Chapters cover defense spending and experiences with conflict for over 50 countries * Forty distinguished contributors from different countries and institutions, including Ivelaw Griffith and John Henderson, who are world experts on the security situations in their areas of interest * Two tables in each essay with basic security data for quick lookup * Bibliographic information included for each entry
✏England and Italy now and three hundred years ago 2 lectures Book Summary :
📒The Nooks And By Ways Of Italy ✍ Craufurd Tait Ramage
✏The Nooks and By ways of Italy Book Summary :
📒The Virgilian Tradition ✍ Jan M. Ziolkowski
✏The Virgilian Tradition Book Summary : This indispensable anthology gathers texts and translations that cover major aspects of the Virgilian tradition from the Roman poet’s own lifetime to the year 1500. Unprecedented in scope, the book presents a vast compendium of materials that illuminate how poets, teachers, students, and common folk responded to Virgil and his poetry. The volume offers a brief commentary on each text, many of which are translated into English for the first time. The book begins with a chronological survey of Virgil’s influence upon writers from Augustan Rome to Renaissance Italy. There follow detailed reviews of biographies of Virgil, of how his writings were received and used, and of how the poet was envisaged and explained through the centuries. The final section focuses on the tradition of legends associated with Virgil.
📒Italy ✍ Madeline Donaldson
✏Italy Book Summary : Examines the geography, history, economy, society, people, and culture of Italy.
✏Nuova Italia Or Tours and Retours Through France Switzerland Italy and Sicily a Poem in Ten Cantos by Nomentino i e John McCosh Book Summary :