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  • The View From Vesuviusby Nelson Moe

    University of California Press 2002; US$ 15.95

    The vexed relationship between the two parts of Italy, often referred to as the Southern Question, has shaped that nation's political, social, and cultural life throughout the twentieth century. But how did southern Italy become "the south," a place and people seen as different from and inferior to the rest of the nation? Writing at the rich juncture... more...

  • The New Christians of Spanish Naples 1528-1671by Peter A. Mazur

    Palgrave Macmillan 2013; US$ 80.00

    This study reveals the more complex reality of Early Modern Naples than what has commonly been represented, in which royal representatives in the city came to depend on the assistance of a series of merchants, financiers, and bureaucrats who shared a common identity as conversos, descendants of converted Jews. more...

  • Darkest Italyby John Dickie

    Palgrave Macmillan 1999; US$ 110.00

    Stereotypical representations of the Mezzogiorno are a persistent feature of Italian culture at all levels. In Darkest Italy , John Dickie analyses these stereotypes in the post-Unification period, when the Mezzogiorno was widely seen as barbaric, violent or irrational, an 'Africa' on the European continent. At the same time, this is the moment... more...

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