History, Culture and Memory
Edited By Katia Pizzi and Marjatta Hietala
Notes on Contributors
KIRSI AHONEN is a doctoral student in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Tampere in Finland. She is finishing her doctoral thesis covering early Finnish and Swedish adult education. In addition to articles on history of adult education, she has written on Finnish town-twinning during the Cold War.
GORAN ANTONIĆ is Researcher in the Institute of Contemporary History in Belgrade. He is a PhD candidate and his dissertation is on building New Belgrade during the period 1948–68. His research is focused on processes of urbanization in socialist Yugoslavia, social history and the history of Belgrade and Kosovo.
ELOISA BETTI holds a PhD in European History from the University of Bologna, where she presented her dissertation on ‘Women and precarious work in Bologna’s industry from the 1950s to the 1970s’ crisis’. She is currently Research Fellow in the Department of History and Cultures at the University of Bologna, where she is working on a project about women, work, rights and gender policy in Cold War Bologna (1945–89). During 2014–15 she was Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Modern Languages Research (School of Advanced Study, University of London), developing research on ‘Women workers unfairly dismissed in Cold War Bologna: Gendering memories of class conflict in 1950s Italy’. In 2015–16 she was awarded the EURIAS Fellowship (co-funded by the European Commission) at the Institute for Human Science of Vienna, where she is currently working on the project ‘Gender...
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