COURSE INFO

Instructor:
prof. Lorenzo Pubblici, Ph.D.


Credit Hours: 3 -- Contact hours: 45

Course Number: PSCI 370

Department: Liberal Arts and Cultural Studies


Prerequisite: No prerequisite is required for this class, it is recommended for students who want to explore in depth Italian History.



Course Description:
In this course students will study the history of Contemporary Italy from WWII and continue on to the development and the radical change of the country during the 1960’s, the long Anni Settanta and the so called “years of lead”, contemporary Italian politics up through most recent historical events. Introduction to major literary, cinematographic and artistic movements are covered as well as social aspects of Italian life including topics such as the Italian political system; the development of the Italian educational system; the roots and influence of the Italian Mafia; and the changing role of women in Italian society.

Meet the Faculty: Prof. Lorenzo Pubblici
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Pubblici was born in Florence and is former professor of Eastern European History at the University of Florence. He is currently a professor at Sarah Lawrence College, Florence Program as well as at Santa Reparata International School of Art.  His specialization is in the Middle Ages
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