Women, Gender, and Transnational Lives: Italian Workers of the World
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Women, Gender, and Transnational Lives: Italian Workers of the World

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Scholars in the United States have long defined the Italian immigrant woman as silent and submissive; a woman who stays 'in the shadows'. In this transnational analysis of women and gender in Italy's world-wide migration, Franca Iacovetta and Donna Gabaccia use international and internationalist perspectives, feminist labour history, women's history, and Italian migration...more
Paperback, 416 pages
Published November 9th 2002 by University of Toronto Press
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