History of foreign immigration in Italy
From 1945 to the present day

by Michele Colucci

Rome, Carocci publisher 2018
 
Tuesday 9 October 2018, 10.30 a.m.
National Research Council
Piazzale Aldo Moro, 7 Rome
Marconi Hall

 

 

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For the first time, foreign immigration in Italy has been traced through a historical reconstruction, starting in 1945. Entries, flows, laws, generations, works, conflicts and hopes are intertwined with an increasingly pressing rhythm until they reach the present day. The volume traces the quantitative dimension of the phenomenon over time and its evolution, its roots in the territory, the policies adopted to govern it, the controversies that have arisen, the impact it has had on society. The sources used are numerous: from social surveys to political debate, from the testimonies of the protagonists to statistics, from institutional archives to newspaper reports. The multifaceted profile of a great transformation emerges, indispensable for understanding Italy today.



 

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WELCOME

Salvatore Capasso

Direttore Istituto di Studi sulle Società del Mediterraneo - CNR

 

SPEAKERS

Corrado Bonifazi

Istituto di ricerche sulla popolazione e le politiche sociali - CNR

Silvia Salvatici

Università degli Studi di Milano

COORDINATOR

Stefano Liberti

Journalist

 

The Author will be present

Michele Colucci

CNR - ISSM

 

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