Living the Revolution: Italian Women's Resistance and Radicalism in New York City, 1880-1945

Voorkant
Univ of North Carolina Press, 2010 - 404 pagina's
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Italians were the largest group of immigrants to the United States at the turn of the twentieth century, and hundreds of thousands led and participated in some of the period's most volatile labor strikes. Yet until now, Italian women's political activism
 

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Introduction
1
1 Womens Cultures of Resistance in Southern Italy
9
2 La Sartina The Seamstress Becomes a Transnational Labor Migrant
44
3 The Racialization of Southern Italian Women
79
4 Surviving the Shock of Arrival and Everyday Resistance
110
5 Anarchist Feminists and the Radical Subculture
139
6 The 19091919 Strike Wave and the Birth of Industrial Unionism
176
7 Red Scare the Lure of Fascism and Diasporic Resistance
199
8 Community Organizing in a Racial Hall of Mirrors
230
Conclusions
266
Notes
271
Bibliography
325
Acknowledgments
385
Index
389
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Over de auteur (2010)

Jennifer Guglielmo is associate professor of history at Smith College. She is coeditor of Are Italians White?: How Race Is Made in America.

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