Strength in diversity? An interpretation of Feminism/s in Italy With Chronology 1250-2016
Feminism as a mass movement in Italy reached its peak in the Seventies with the massive demontrations demanding new laws regarding the family and abortion. Throughout the centuries however, there had been instances when women had rebelled against the status quo, and expressed their discontent in writings, orally in folk cultures, and also legally in different parts of the peninsula. Italian feminism has always been characterised by its fragmentation and variety of diverse aims, beliefs and...[Show more]
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