Table of contents for Women in Italy, 1946-1960 : an interdisciplinary study / edited by Penelope Morris.


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Introduction: Women in Italy 1945-1960--Penelope Morris * Descriptions of and Prescriptions for ‘Ideal’ Domesticity in Italian Postwar Manuals for Housewives, Contrasted to Fictional and Filmic Representations of ‘Real’ Domestic Experience--Rebecca West * What Do Mothers Want? An Examination of Three Films--Lesley Caldwell * Re/Constructing Domestic Space: INA-Casa and Public Housing in Postwar Rome or Women’s Space in a Man-Made World--Ellen Nerenberg * Scene Femminili: A Pre-feminist All-Women Theatre--Daniela Cavallaro * "Feminist" Fictions? Representations of Self and (M)Other in the Works of Anna Banti--Ursula Fanning * The Aesthetic of the Other: Women’s Writing and the Canon, 1945-60--Sharon Wood * Strong Women and Non-Traditional Mothers: The Female Figures in Filumena Marturano and Napoli Milionaria by Eduardo de Filippo--Donatella Fischer * Prostitutes and Politicians: The Women’s Rights Movement in the Legge Merlin Debates--Molly Tambor * "Non voglio morire": Prostitution and Narrative Disruption in Visconti’s Rocco e i suoi fratelli--Danielle Hipkins * Women’s Associations in Postwar Italy, 1946-1960--Wendy Pojmann * Signorina Buonasera: Images of Women in 1950s Television--Stephen Gundle * City of Women: Sex and Sports at the 1960 Rome Olympic Games--Nadia Zonis * From Bust to Boom: Women and Representations of Prosperity in Italian Cinema of the Late '40s and '50s--Mary Wood * The Harem Exposed: Gabriella Parca’s Le italiane si confessano--Penelope Morris * Marriage, Motherhood, and the Italian Stars of the 1950s--Re;ka Buckley
Introduction: Women in Italy 1945-1960--Penelope Morris * Descriptions of and Prescriptions for ‘Ideal’ Domesticity in Italian Postwar Manuals for Housewives, Contrasted to Fictional and Filmic Representations of ‘Real’ Domestic Experience--Rebecca West * What Do Mothers Want? An Examination of Three Films--Lesley Caldwell * Re/Constructing Domestic Space: INA-Casa and Public Housing in Postwar Rome or Women’s Space in a Man-Made World--Ellen Nerenberg * Scene Femminili: A Pre-feminist All-Women Theatre--Daniela Cavallaro * "Feminist" Fictions? Representations of Self and (M)Other in the works of Anna Banti--Ursula Fanning * The Aesthetic of the Other: Women’s Writing and the Canon, 1945-60--Sharon Wood * Strong Women and Non-Traditional Mothers: The Female Figures in Filumena Marturano and Napoli Milionaria by Eduardo de Filippo--Donatella Fischer * Prostitutes and Politicians: The Women’s Rights Movement in the Legge Merlin Debates--Molly Tambor * "Non voglio morire": Prostitution and Narrative Disruption in Visconti’s Rocco e i suoi fratelli--Danielle Hipkins * Women’s Associations in Postwar Italy, 1946-1960--Wendy Pojmann * Signorina Buonasera: Images of Women in 1950s Television--Stephen Gundle * City of Women: Sex and Sports at the 1960 Rome Olympic Games--Nadia Zonis * From Bust to Boom: Women and Representations of Prosperity in Italian Cinema of the Late '40s and '50s--Mary Wood * The Harem Exposed: Gabriella Parca’s Le italiane si confessano--Penelope Morris * Marriage, Motherhood, and the Italian Stars of the 1950s--Re;ka Buckley



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