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Jane Slaughter is associate professor of history at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Jane Slaughter is associate professor of history at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Series: Women and Modern Revolution. Paperback: 171 pages.

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Jane Slaughter's book offers us a "thick description" supported by massive statistical data about women in the different branches of the resistance .

Jane Slaughter's book offers us a "thick description" supported by massive statistical data about women in the different branches of the resistance, and in the post-1945 political institutions. Victoria De Grazia, How Fascism Ruled Women, University of California Press, 1992. Tony Judt, "The Past is Another Country: Myth and Memory in Postwar Europe," Daedelus 1992 (4) pp. 83-118.

The European Legacy 5 (3):487-488 (2000). Sharpened Edge: Women of Color, Resistance, and Writing. Stephanie Athey (e. - 2003 - Praeger. This article has no associated abstract. Images of German Philosophy in Italian Culture After 1945. Massimo Ferrari - 2009 - Rivista di Filosofia 100 (3):397-420. Mutterland: Minna Rattay (1902-1943) Und Ihre Töchter. Christine Bartlitz - 2012 - Metropol. Caste, Gender and Resistance: A Critical Study of Bama’s Sangathi.

Slaughter, Jane (1997), Women and the Italian resistance, 1943-1945, Women and modern revolution series .

Slaughter, Jane (1997), Women and the Italian resistance, 1943-1945, Women and modern revolution series, Arden Press, p. 62, ISBN 9780912869131. Alloisio, Mirella; Beltrami, Giuliana Gadola (2003), Volontarie della libertà, Saggi e documenti (in Italian), Lampi di stampa, p. 71, ISBN 9788848801881. This article about an Italian physicist is a stub.

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Find nearly any book by Jane Slaughter. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Women and the Italian Resistance, 1943-45 (Women and Modern Revolution). ISBN 9780912869148 (978-12869-14-8) Softcover, Arden Pr, 1997.

Giorgina Madìa (born December 27, 1904 in Naples) was an Italian physicist and electrical engineer . During World War II, she worked in a telephone office in Milan, where she joined the Italian resistance movement.

Giorgina Madìa (born December 27, 1904 in Naples) was an Italian physicist and electrical engineer, specializing in electrical communications. During World War II, she worked in a telephone office in Milan, where she joined the Italian resistance movement She is the author of the Italian textbook Elettronica (Electronics, Rome: Del Bianco, 1963).

The Italian resistance movement (Italian: Resistenza italiana or just Resistenza) is an umbrella term for resistance . Women and the Italian Resistance: 1943-1945.

The Italian resistance movement (Italian: Resistenza italiana or just Resistenza) is an umbrella term for resistance groups that opposed the occupying German forces and the Italian Fascist puppet regime of the Italian Social Republic during the later years of World War II. It was formed by pro-Allied Italians, following the Allied invasion of the country, the armistice between Italy and Allied armed forces, and German military occupation of northern Italy. Retrieved 2013-12-30.

Women in Italian Culture (selections) November 12 Women at War: Resistance narratives R. Viganò, Partisan . Albany: State University of . Press, 2005 Slaughter, Jane. Women and the Italian Resistance, 1943-45. Viganò, Partisan Wedding: Stories (selections) Critical reading: J. Slaughter, Women and the Italian Resistance (selections) November 14 Women and the Holocaust: Millu, Smoke Over Birkenau (selections) Critical reading: S. Zuccotti, The Italians and the Holocaust (selections) Second paper due (4 pages) November 19 Women and the Holocaust: Millu, Smoke Over. Denver: Arden Press, 1997 Tamaro, Susanna, Monday Again.

A study of women's participation in the movement to overthrow the Fascist regime, expel the occupying Germans, and rebuild a progressive and democratic Italy. The words of some of the Resistance women, taken from extensive interviews, describe their daily experiences as partisans. The author examines the motives for women's activism and the impact of their contributions. She then analyzes the degree to which women's involvement in the Resistance resulted in a political and feminist consciousness and female emancipation.