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1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY STUDY ABROAD PADUA Modern Italian History CAS HI 263 Instructor: Mario Varricchio, PhD Monday-Wednesday h Instructor Office hours: on Monday and Wednesday Credit value: 4 The Course The history of Italy in modern times is that of a young country transformed in a short range of time from an agricultural economy to an industrial and post-industrial nation. Focusing on political, social, and economic developments, the course will cover 150 years of history, from Italy s Unification (1861) to the present time. Starting with an overview of the Italian Risorgimento, we will proceed to discuss the country s Liberal period (from 1870 to Italy s entry into World War One in 1915). Class sessions will then be devoted to the last years of Liberal Italy ( ), the Fascist era (from Mussolini s becoming prime minister in 1922 to his dismissal in the wake of the Allied invasion of Italy in 1943), World War II and Liberation. The course will then explore the post-war Republican period up to the new millennium, highlighting the dramatic social, economic and political transformations which took place in Italian society after 1945 (the subjects discussed will range from the economic miracle in the late 1950s-early 1960s to social unrest and terrorism in the late 1960s and 1970s to the passage from the First to the Second Republic in the 1990s). Other key aspects of modern Italy history covered in the course are emigration, colonialism, the transformation of the Italian family and the change in the role played by women in Italian society over time. The course will also feature guest speakers lecturing on crucial aspects of Italian past and offer students the opportunity to visit some of the most significant places where the history of contemporary Italy took place, such as Villa Giusti in Padova (where World War I Armistice was signed) and the Risiera di San Sabba in Trieste (a Nazi concentration camp for the detention and killing of political prisoners and a transit camp for Jews). In addition to attaining an in-depth knowledge of the most important aspects of the political, social and economic history of Italy and to gaining an understanding of the basic trends in Italian history over the last 150 years, the students attending this course will improve their ability to think critically and express their thoughts clearly. Learning outcomes for the program 1. Demonstrate increased proficiency in Italian language from elementary to low- intermediate level. 2. Demonstrate knowledge of Italian culture with respect to three of the following areas: history, politics, economics, religion, literature, film and the arts. 3. Develop an awareness of cultural difference and an understanding of culture s role in shaping beliefs and practices. 4. Develop new perspectives on one s own culture and an ability to think critically about one s own values and beliefs.

2 Method The course will be taught in English. The instructor s presentations will complement readings as well as present new material. Video-documentaries and extracts from films illustrating key moments and issues of Italian history will be screened and analysed during class sessions. Students are expected to arrive in class on time having completed the assigned readings and to actively participate in class discussions. Grading criteria Attendance and class participation: 10 % 1st Quiz: 10% 2nd Quiz: 10% Book review: 15% Class presentation: 25 % Final exam: 30 % Course work must be submitted on time, in class, on the date specified on the syllabus. The instructor will be provided with paper copies of the book reviews as well as of the class presentations. Late submission will affect grade. Failure to submit or fulfill any required course component will result in failure of the class. General grading criteria for written assignments: originality, clarity, organization and content, thoroughness of the research, prose style. In addition to be original, clear, well-organized and based on sound research, class presentations should be supplemented by appropriate visual materials. Attendance and participation: see BU policy. Quizzes (2): 20 multiple choice questions plus 10 short answers to specific questions. Book review: students will write a book review ( words long) of Willson, Perry, Women in Twentieth-Century Italy, following the guidelines provided by the instructor. Class presentation: students are expected to prepare a class presentation of about minutes. Topics will be selected in consultation with the instructor at the beginning of the course. Class presentations will need to be an original synthesis of source materials and demonstrate the student s ability to evaluate source material critically. Students will acknowledge and correctly cite all sources used in their presentation (endnotes and final bibliography should follow the Chicago Manual of Style). Students will mainly draw on standard historical sources (such as books, essays, journal and newspaper articles, interviews etc.), yet careful use of websites and other Internet resources is also possible. Final exam: 5 open-ended questions on the subjects covered in the whole course. Bibliography Each student should purchase the following books before the beginning of the course: 1) Ginsborg, Paul, A History of Contemporary Italy. Society and Politics New York, St. Martin s Griffin, ) Willson, Perry, Women in Twentieth-Century Italy. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

3 A course reader will be made available containing material from: Carter, Nick, Modern Italy in Historical Perspective. London-New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2010; Clark, Martin, Modern Italy, 1871 to the Present, New York, Longman, 2008; Corner, Paul, State and Society, , in Liberal and Fascist Italy , edited by Adrian Lyttelton, Oxford-New York, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp ; Davis, John A., Economy, Society, and the State, in Italy in the Nineteenth Century , edited by John A. Davis, Oxford-New York, Oxford University Press, 2000, pp ; Di Scala, Spencer M., Italy From Revolution to Republic, 1700 to the Present. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2009; Duggan, Christopher, Politics in the Era of Depretis and Crispi, , in Italy in the Nineteenth Century , edited by John A. Davis, Oxford-New York, Oxford University Press, 2000, pp ; Gabaccia, Donna R., Italy s Many Diasporas. Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2000; Ginsborg, Paul, Italy and Its Discontents Family, Civil Society, State. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003; Knox, MacGregor, Fascism: Ideology, Foreigh Policy, and War, in Liberal and Fascist Italy , edited by Adrian Lyttelton, Oxford- New York, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp ; Nelli, Humbert, From Immigrants to Ethnics: The Italian Americans. Oxford-New York, Oxford University Press, 1983; Row, Thomas, Italy in the International System, , in Liberal and Fascist Italy , edited by Adrian Lyttelton, Oxford-New York, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp ; Saraceno, Chiara, The Italian Family from the 1960s to the Present, Modern Italy 9, 1 (2004): 47-57; Tintori, Guido Colucci, Michele, From Manpower to Brain Drain? Emigration and the Italian State Between Past and Present, in The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Italy. History, Politics, Society, edited by Andrea Mammone, Ercole Giap Parini and Giuseppe A. Veltri, London-New York, Routledge, 2015, pp Copies of the instructor s power point presentations and additional material will be handed out in class. BU POLICY Attendance Boston University Padova students are expected to attend each and every class session, tutorial, and field trips required for the class. Students should note that attendance will be taken into account by faculty when determining final grades. Plagiarism Simply stated, plagiarism is taking another s work and presenting it as your own. Dictionary definitions of plagiarism frequently include terms such as theft or steal. Plagiarism is, in fact, intellectual theft. It is one of the most serious forms of academic misconduct. Plagiarism committed by a student will certainly result in course failure and may result in suspension or dismissal. For more details please see Boston University s Code of Student Responsibilities: Religious Holidays Boston University s Office of the University Registrar states: The University, in scheduling classes on religious holidays and observances, intends that students observing those traditions be given ample opportunity to make up work. Faculty members who wish to observe religious holidays will arrange for another faculty member to meet their classes or for cancelled classes to be rescheduled. See Chapter 151C of the General Laws, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Disabilities Accomodations If you are a student with a disability or believe you might have a disability that requires accommodations, please contact the Office for Disability Services (ODS) at to coordinate any reasonable accommodation requests. For more information, please visit:

4 Course Schedule Classes Content Assignments Activities FEBRUARY 8 Monday - Introduction to the course - The Risorgimento and Italy s Unification (power point 1) 10 Wednesday - Liberal Italy: politics and society in the era of Depretis and Crispi ( ) - How to write a book review 15 Monday - The Giolittian age ( ) - World War I ( ) -The advent of Fascism (power point 2) 17 Wednesday - World War I Armistice - Villa Giusti - Duggan, pp Davis, pp Corner, pp Row, pp Class presentations: possible topics Class activity on site: Villa Giusti (Padova) 22 Monday -The Fascist era - Di Scala, pp Carter, pp ; ; documentary on the Fascist regime 24 Wednesday - Italian women during the Fascist era - Italian colonialism (power point 3) 29 Monday - Leaving Italy in the Great Migration Age ( ) - 100% Americanism and the Red Scare in the U.S.; Immigration laws in 1920s America (power point 4) - Willson, chapters 4 and 5 - Gabaccia, pp documentary on the Italian Empire MARCH 2 Wednesday - Italian emigration to the U.S. in the Great Migration Age - The Sacco and Vanzetti case - Nelli, pp Screening of scenes from the film Sacco and Vanzetti (1971), on the execution of two Italianborn anarchists in the U.S. 7 Monday - World War II (up to 1943) - Clark, pp Ginsborg, pp. 8-17; documentary on World War II 9 Wednesday - World War II: Resistance and Liberation - Ginsborg, pp Assignment of class presentations topics - QUIZ 1 : FROM ITALY S UNIFICATION TO FASCISM

5 14 Monday - Italian women in World War II - Brief overview of the Risiera di San Sabba and the Free Territory of Trieste - Willson, chapter 6 Prof. Alessandro Portelli (guest speaker): lesson on the civilian massacres perpetrated by the Nazi in Italy (1hr) 16 Wednesday NO CLASS NO CLASS NO CLASS 18 Friday Field trip: visit to the Risiera di San Sabba (Nazi concentration camp in Italy) and to sites related to the Allied Military Government admnistration of the Free Territory of Trieste ( ). Students will also attend a lesson on the American presence in Trieste in this period. 21 Monday - Post-war settlement - The Italian family up to World War II (power point 5) 23 Wednesday - The economic miracle - Social change in Italy in the 1950s and 1960s - Ginsborg, pp Ginsborg, pp documentary on the economic miracle and the transformation of Italian society in the late 1950s and 1960s 28 Monday NATIONAL HOLIDAY NATIONAL HOLIDAY NATIONAL HOLIDAY 30 Wednesday - Social unrest ( Il Sessantotto ) - Terrorism - Ginsborg, pp ; ; QUIZ 2 : FROM WORLD WAR II TO THE 1970s WAVE OF TERRORISM APRIL 4 Monday -Italian women in and Willson, chapters 7 and 9 Prof. Carlo Fumian (guest speaker): lesson on The Years of Lead (1hr) 6 Wednesday - The Italian family from the 1960s to the present - Italian women today - Ending terrorism? Legislation, memories and narratives of The Years of Lead (power point 6) 11 Monday - Italian emigration after Emigration to the U.S. after World War II - Saraceno, pp Willson, chapter 10 - Gabaccia, pp Tintori Colucci, pp ! HAND IN BOOK REVIEW BY THIS DATE documentary on Italian emigration after Wednesday - Italy in the 1970s - Ginsborg, pp ; ; ; Screening of scenes from the film Bread and Chocolate (1974), on the experience of Italian guest

6 18 Monday - Italy in the 1980s - From the First to the Second Republic: the fall of the old party system in the early 1990s 20 Wednesday - Italy in the 1990s and beyond: from Berlusconi to Berlusconi - Ginsborg, pp Clark, pp Ginsborg, Italy and Its Discontents, pp workers in Switzerland CLASS PRESENTATIONS (1hr) CLASS PRESENTATIONS (1hr 25 Monday NATIONAL HOLIDAY NATIONAL HOLIDAY NATIONAL HOLIDAY 27 Wednesday - General review before final exam MAY 4 Wednesday FINAL EXAM FINAL EXAM FINAL EXAM

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