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Women, gender, and transnational lives : Italian workers of the world
Analysing the lives of women in Italy, Belgium, France, the United States, Canada, Argentina, and Australia, the contributors offer engaging portraits of women as peasants, and workers and uncover the voice of female militants. Through a comparative approach to the study of women's migration over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, this volume examines not only the work and activism of migrant women but also the experiences of those women who remained in Italy. The volume ranges from the white widows of Sicily to union organizers in the United States, from anarchists in Argentina to Fascist-era activists in Canada.
Gabaccia, Donna R. / Iacovetta, Franca
migratie / immigratie / werknemers / huishoudelijke arbeid / anarchisme / kledingindustrie / Italiaans / historisch / Verenigde Staten / Frankrijk / Australië / Argentinië / Canada / België / Italië / 19e eeuw / 20e eeuw / bundel
via de website van Aletta.

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