From the European South

a transdisciplinary journal of postcolonial humanities

Pensare la fine del colonialismo italiano

Giulia Albanese su La fine del colonialismo italiano. Politica, società e memorie a cura di Antonio M. Morone


The volume edited by Antonio Morone reflects on the ways in which, after the end of the Second World War, Italy transformed its relationship with the ex-colonies; how the Italians who continued to live in ex-colonial territories were treated and related to the population of the ex-colonies and, in general, in which ways colonial societies changed in the aftermath of decolonization; but also, on the ways in which the inhabitants of the former colonies were received in Italy in the decades following the end of the colonial
experience. This choice of essay provides new and original insights on the history of Post-war and Republican Italian history and contribute to its renewal.


colonies, Italy, colonial society, continuities and ruptures



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