26 Giu 2013

cv - BARATIERI Daniela

Nome: Daniela

Cognome: Baratieri

Ente: University of Western Australia

Phd. History and Civilisation, con Luisa Passerini all’Istituto Universitario Europeo 


Bsc Anthropology, at Goldsmith’s College London.


Pubblicazioni :

Memory and Silences Haunted by Fascism: Italian Colonialism 1930s-1960s. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2010.

Daniela Baratieri, Mark Edele and Giuseppe Finaldi, eds. Totalitarian Dictatorship: New

Histories. London: Routledge, forthcoming 2013, contracted November 10, 2011.

 ʻLettere di donne a Mussolini: uno spettro di emozioni,ʼ in Il potere delle emozioni: 150 anni

di storia politica in Italia, eds. Penelope Morris, Francesco Ricatti and Mark Seymour, 149-67. Rome, Viella, 2012.

 ’Wrapped in Passionless Impartiality? Italian Psychiatry during the Fascist Regime,’ in Totalitarian Dictatorship, eds. D. Baratieri, M. Edele and G. Finaldi. London: Routledge, forthcoming 2013, contracted November 10, 2011.

 ʻSanity from a Lunatic Asylum: Ida Dalser a threat to Mussoliniʼs image,ʼ in Mussolini and the Italians from 1914 to the Present, eds. Christopher Duggan, Stephen Gundle and Giuliana Pieri. Manchester: Manchester University Press, in press forthcoming December 2012, contracted February 8, 2010.

 ‘El Dorado: Italian politics of desire.’ In The El Dorado in Imperialism: The Irrationality of Empire, ed. Andrekos Varnava. Manchester: Manchester University Press, forthcoming 2012, contracted September 16, 2011.

ʻTerrorists and Veils: the Battle of Algiers forty years later.ʼ In Rethinking Third Cinema, edited by Frieda Ekotto and Adeline Koh, 11-29. Berlin: LIT. 2009.

 Daniela Baratieri and Cris Shore, ʻCrossing European Boundaries through Education.ʼ In Crossing European Boundaries: Beyond Conventional Geographical Categories, edited by Stacul Jaro, Moutsou Christina and Kopnina Helen, 23-40. Oxford, Berghahn Books, 2006.

 ‘The Evidence of Silences in the Transmission of Memory.’ In Italian Colonialism: Legacy and Memory, edited by Andall Jacqueline and Duncan Derek, 75-98. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2005.

 ‘La re-edizione di Bengasi e L’assedio dell’Alcazar negli anni 50.’ In La storia del cinema italiano, vol.IX, edited by Sandro Bernardi and Lino Micciché, Roma: Scuola di cinema nazionale, 2004.