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Danielle Hipkins is Associate Professor of Italian Studies and Film at the University of Exeter. She has published widely on gender and postwar Italian culture. With colleagues at Bristol and Oxford Brookes, she is currently working on the Italian Cinema Audiences project, a collaborative study of cinema-going in Italy in the 1950s. She is co-editing the book New Takes on Fallen Women: Prostitution and Sex Work in Global Visual Media (forthcoming), as well as developing a new project about girls, postfeminism and contemporary European cinema.
"[...] Hipkins' book is an informative analysis of a less studied aspect of Italian film productions in the twenty years following World War II that will be very helpful to scholars looking to explore the development of Italy as a capitalist country." (Gloria Pastorino, gender/sexuality/italy 4/2017)