Journals and European Integration 1939–1979
Edited By Daniele Pasquinucci, Daniela Preda and Luciano Tosi
About the Authors
Paolo ACANFORA is researcher at the Luigi Sturzo Institute in a project on “Christian Democrat Internationalism. Its action in Europe and worldwide from post-World War until the ‘90s”. He teaches at the Lumsa University in Rome. Among his publications: Miti e ideologia nella politica estera DC. Nazione, Europa e comunità atlantica, Il Mulino, 2013; Un nuovo umanesimo cristiano. Aldo Moro e Studium, Studium, 2011.
Luca BARBAINI is PhD in “Istituzioni, idee, movimenti politici nell’Europa contemporanea” (Università degli Studi di Pavia). He takes a specific interest in the search of ecclesiastic institutions and in religious experience of the modern and contemporary society in regard to the formation of the so-called “European cultural identity”. He deals with the Catholic movement approach to the phenomenon of European integration, focusing the attention on the Christian Democrat ruling class of the first postwar period and on its intellectual and religious formation in the circles of Azione Cattolica and FUCI during the Twenties and Thirties.
Davide BAVIELLO, PhD in Modern and Contemporary History at University of Florence, paid attention in his studies on the second post-war to European comparison and the use of reviews as research sources. Among his publications: I commercianti e i primi anni della Repubblica, Franco Angeli, 2008; “Democrazia e modernizzazione. Ambizioni americane e modelli europei nella distribuzione italiana (1947-1978)”, Italia contemporanea, n. 259, 2010; “Potere maschile. Le rappresentazioni di genere nella pubblicità dal secondo dopoguerra a oggi”, in Silvia Aru and Valeria Deplano, Costruire una nazione....
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