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Politique et société
Editor-in-chief Jean-Louis Fournel
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Maxime Boidy, Marie Fabre, Alice Leroy
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°31/2023
Gênes 2001. Histoires, mémoires et futurs d'un événement politique
Genoa 2001. Narratives, memories and perspectives of a political event
The twelve contributions in this Laboratoire italien issue examine the record of the Genoa G8 counter-summit in July 2001, twenty years after its ferocious repression by the Italian police, by cross-referencing perspectives from social sciences, literary studies, oral narrative, film studies and visual studies.

Patricia Gaborik, Stéphanie Lanfranchi, Élise Varcin
Laboratoire italien. politique et société, n°30/2023
Mussolini in Arte / Arte in Mussolini Perspectives italiennes et internationales
Mussolini in Arte / Arte in Mussolin iItalian and International Perspectives
In the wake of the recent publications on the centrality of culture in the Fascist totalitarian project, this issue examines Mussolini's relationship to the arts and vice versa more specifically, probing the aesthetic and political aspects of representations of the "duce" – both in Italy and in their circulation abroad.

Giancarlo Alfano, Laurent Baggioni
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°29/2022-2
Disasters (14th-17th century)
Disasters and catastrophes are considered here in the forms of writing they elicit within the human world they disrupt. The different case studies examined illustrate how far the variety and fluidity of the rhetorical-literary forms used in 14th-17th century Italy are a powerful factor in the evolution of language, literature and hermeneutic models

Marie Fabre, Corinne Manchio, Béatrice Manetti, Francesca Irene Sensini
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°28/2022
"Un roman de formation collectif". Les revues féministes en Italie des années 1970 à nos jours
"A collective Bildungsroman". Feminist magazines in Italy from the 1970s to the present day
This issue of Laboratoire italien follows a previous one devoted to Voices and Paths of Feminism in Women's Magazines (1870-1970). It provides an initial appraisal of Italian feminist magazines from the 1970s to the digital turn of the new millennium and the transnational dimension of contemporary feminisms.

Jean-Louis Fournel, Matteo Palumbo
This special issue, which is intended as an advisory report, analyses the up-heavals brought about in Italian universities by the Covid-19 pandemic, both in educational relationships and in the impact of distance from the space which is usually a hub for university life and the transmission of knowledge.

Laura Fournier-Finocchiaro, Liviana Gazzetta, Barbara Meazzi
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°26/2021
Voix et parcours du féminisme dans les revues de femmes (1870-1970)
Voices and paths of feminism in women's magazines (1870-1970)
Between the 19th and 20th centuries, women's magazines were the main instrument of debate and collective action for Italian feminism. They played a crucial role in Italian women’s engagement with international feminist associations and illustrate the complexity of feminist motivations and struggles.

Jean-Louis Fournel, Corinne Lucas Fiorato
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°25/2020
Mots et gestes dans l'Italie de la Renaissance
Words and gestures in Early Modern Italy
This issue explores a little-studied aspect of works about the body: the interactions between the two semiotic systems of verbal language and gesture, an aspect of body language. In their interferences, from the 16th century onwards, a profound transformation of the social and individual functions of the "visibile parlare" took place

Enrico Mattioda
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°24/2020
Écritures de la déportation
Deportation literature
The aim of this issue of Laboratoire italien is to consider the narratives of men and women who comment their experiences of the Nazi extermination and concentration camps. They have built a shared cultural memory that has today been brought into question through the rhetorical instruments of the post-truth era.

Giorgio Bottini, Fiona Lejosne
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°23/2019
L'office du silence : les devoirs du secrétaire (XVe-XVIe siècle)
The office of silence: the secretary's duties (15th-16th century)
A central actor in Renaissance Italy, the secretary alternately took on the functions of scribe, counsellor, and emissary. This collection of essays brings new light on the various facets of this character. The secretary responded to crucial needs in the Italian peninsula, which at the time was grappling with growing instability.

Charlotte Moge, Panvini Guido, Pauline Picco
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°22/2019
« Sans recourir à la violence » : la société italienne face aux terrorismes et aux mafias (1969-1992)
"Without resorting to violence": Italian society faced with terrorism and mafia (1969-1992)
From 1969 to 1992, Italy experienced violent episodes perpetrated by far-right terrorists and then by far-left activists, while the South of the country was hit by mafia violence. These expressions of violence gave rise to a strong resistance among civil society that kept with a traditional protest but "didn't resort to violence".

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