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1. The Italian Postcolonial; Robert J.C. Young PART I: EUROPEAN AND GLOBAL TRAJECTORIES 2. The New European Migratory Regime and the Shifting Patterns of Contemporary Racism; Sandro Mezzadra 3. The Postcolonial Turn in Italian Studies: European Perspectives; Sandra Ponzanesi 4. The Emigrant Post-'Colonia' in Contemporary Immigrant Italy; Teresa Fiore 5. De-provincializing Italy: Notes on Race, Racialization and Italy's Coloniality; Miguel Mellino PART II: SHARED MEMORIES, CONTESTED PROXIMITIES 6. Hidden Faces, Hidden Histories: Contrasting Voices of Postcolonial Italy; Alessandro Triulzi 7. Shooting the Colonial Past in Contemporary Italian Cinema: Effects of Deferral in Good Morning Aman; Derek Duncan 8. Italians DOC? Posing and Passing from Giovanni Finati to Amara Lakhous; Barbara Spackman 9. Pier Paolo Pasolini in Eritrea: Subalternity, Grace, Nostalgia and the 'Rediscovery' of Italian Colonialism in the Horn of Africa; Giovanna Trento 10. Southerners, Migrants, Colonized: A Postcolonial Perspective on Carlo Levi's Cristo si e fermato a Eboli and Southern Italy Today; Roberto Derobertis PART III: INTIMATIONS AND INTIMACIES OF RACE 11. Postracial/Postcolonial Italy; Cristina Lombardi-Diop 12. Blaxploitation Italian Style: Exhuming and Consuming the Colonial Black Venus in 1970s Cinema in Italy; Rosetta Giuliani Caponetto 13. Screening Intimacy and Racial Difference in Postcolonial Italy; Aine O'Healy 14. Race Evaporations: Representing Blackness in African Italian Postcolonial Literature; Caterina Romeo PART IV: POSTNATIONAL AESTHETICS, TRANSCULTURAL PRODUCTION 15. On the Periphery of Nollywood: Nigerian Video Filmmaking in Italy and the Emergence of an Intercultural Aesthetics; Alessandro Jedlowski 16. Envisioning Postcolonial Italy: Haile Gerima's Adwa: An African Victory and Isaac Julien's Western Union: Small Boats; Shelleen Greene 17. "Roma Forestiera": A Project on Migrant Music in Rome; Alessandro Portelli 18. Hip Pop Italian-Style: The Postcolonial Imagination of Second Generation Authors in Italy; Clarissa Clo

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Robert J. C. Young, New York University, USA Sandro Mezzadra, University Of Bologna, Italy Sanra Ponzanesi, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Teresa Fiore, Montclair State University, Usa Miguel Mellino, University Of Naples "L'orientale" Alessandro Triulzi, Universita Di Napoli "L'orientale" Derek Duncan, University Of Bristol, UK Giovanna Trento, University Of The Western Cape, South Africa Roberto Derobertis, University Of Bari, Italy Sabrina Marchetti, European University Institute In Florence, Italy Barbara De Vivo, University Of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy Rosetta Giuliani Caponetto, Auburn University, USA Aine O'Healy, Loyola Marymount University, USA Isabella Clough Marinaro, The American University Of Rome, Italy Alessandro Jedlowsk, University Of Naples "L'orientale" Shelleen Greene, University Of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA Alessandro Portelli, University Of Rome "La Sapienza" Clarissa Clo, San Diego State University, USA

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"An important contribution to the field of postcolonial studies, this volume offers wide-ranging and provocative analyses of the intricately interconnected legacies of colonialism, emigration, and global migration in Italy. Mapping a landscape of postcolonial studies that is unique to Italy in terms of its regimes of race, gender, citizenship and cultural transformations, Postcolonial Italy engenders radically new and challenging critiques of hegemonic British/Indian/USA centered formulations of postcolonial studies." - Chandra Talpade Mohanty, author of Feminism Without Borders, Decolonizing Theory, Practicing Solidarity (2003) "An essential book for any scholar of modern Italy, but in fact for anybody interested in the perduring effects of colonialism in today's globalized world, Postcolonial Italy has the rare merit of casting a bold look not only at the silenced history of Italian colonialism overseas, but also at that chapter of Italy's internal colonialism known as 'the southern question.' The contributions, drawing from postcolonial studies, cultural studies, race theory, and gender studies, will be of compelling interest to readers in a wide range of fields." - Roberto Dainotto, Professor of Italian and of Literature, Duke University, USA "This is an important collection of critical essays which engages head-on with the challenging inheritance of colonialism. Today, it is the return of this negated past in representations of race, racism and the much-maligned migrant that poses the principal political challenge of a heterogeneous, postcolonial Italy." - Iain Chambers, Universita degli Studi di Napoli 'L'Orientale,' Italy

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