Si segnala la presentazione del Quaderno di “Scienza & Politica” n. 11-2020/3 disponibile in Open Access:
a cura di
Christian De Vito (University of Bonn) e
Martino Sacchi Landriani (Université Paris Nanterre)
ne discutono con i curatori
Valeria Delplano (Università di Cagliari)
Ferruccio Ricciardi (CNRS-EHESS-ENS Parigi)
29 marzo 2021
ore 10 – diretta Zoom
ID riunione: 858 0013 3414
Si segnala qui di seguito il link al volume miscellaneo disponibile in Open Access: http://amsacta.unibo.it/6520/1/Quad%2011%20Logistica%20delle%20migrazioni%20FINALE.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3IdAzKHUisa2K5E0QmDoJrc3Syk1rI5PsO1gpcE847Xzdj8Ro0Cc1-cFs
Si segnala la pubblicazione dell’articolo di Francesca Di Pasquale, On the Edge of Penal Colonies: Castiadas (Sardinia) and the “Redemption” of the Land, in «International Review of Social History», Volume 64, Issue 3, Special Theme “Dissecting Sites of Punishment: Penal Colonies and Their Borders”, eds. by Francesca Di Pasquale, Zhanna Popova, 2019, pp. 427-444.
The article analyses the development of agricultural penal colonies in Italy, focusing on their margins and borders. The first section focuses on Italy’s frontier with overseas territories that was assumed in discussion of the location of penal colonies following Italian unification. The article also highlights some of the factors behind the effective lack of deportation and transportation of Italians overseas. The second section explores Italy’s largest agricultural penal colony, Castiadas, in Sardinia and, more generally, the borders between convicts and free citizens and between penal territory and free territory. My thesis is that penal colonies were partly designed to discipline populations in adjacent territories and that their economic and social organization served as a development model for rural Italy more widely.
Link all’articolo in open acces: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-review-of-social-history/article/on-the-edge-of-penal-colonies-castiadas-sardinia-and-the-redemption-of-the-land/90441EB24A15F1D85E7B306D3AA0BD21
Si segnala la pubblicazione di Francesca Di Pasquale, The “Other” at Home: Deportation and Transportation of Libyans to Italy During the Colonial Era (1911–1943), in «International Review of Social History», Volume 63, Special Issue (Transportation, Deportation and Exile: Perspectives from the Colonies in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries), 2018, pp. 211-231
This article analyses the practices of deportation and transportation of colonial subjects from Libya, Italy’s former possession, to the metropole throughout the entire colonial period (1911–1943). For the most part, the other colonial powers did not transport colonial subjects to Europe. Analysing the history of the punitive relocations of Libyans, this article addresses the ways in which the Italian case may be considered peculiar. It highlights the overlapping of the penal system and military practices and emphasizes the difficult dialogue between “centre” and “periphery” concerning security issues inside the colony. Finally, it focuses on the experience of the Libyans in Italy and shows how the presence there of colonial subjects in some respects overturned the “colonial situation”, undermining the relationship of power between Italians and North Africans.
Link all’articolo in open acces: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-review-of-social-history/article/other-at-home-deportation-and-transportation-of-libyans-to-italy-during-the-colonial-era-19111943/FAFA1592C6350550622B210623CF57CE