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STUDI EMIGRAZIONE

Anno LV: ultimo numero edito 214/2019

(a cura di Paolo Barcella)

The present volume intends to propose an overview of the literary production  of immigrants and authors of foreign origin who passed through  or were residents in Switzerland and post-war Germany, that is the two  European countries whose migration policies best corresponded to the  model that identifies the immigrant with a “guest worker” (gastarbeiter).  The immigrants’ condition in these two countries could vary according  to the quality of bilateral agreements between local governments  and the ones of their countries of origin. In addition, due to the European  integration process, their condition has undergone important  transformations from the post-war period until now. Nevertheless, as  some of the essays highlight even from a cultural-historical perspective,  the structure of the initial migratory policies has continued to have  consequences on immigrants, on their descendants, and on their selfperception.  The collected essays deal with the works produced by  individuals belonging to different national groups, analyze them from  different theoretical perspectives, but try to keep alive the dialogue between  migratory history and the respective literary production.

STUDI EMIGRAZIONE

N. 211/2018

Titolo “Frontiere e frontalieri tra Europa e America del Nord”

a cura di Paolo Barcella

STUDI EMIGRAZIONE

N. 212/2018

Titolo “ Mobilità e relazioni affettiva”

Autore: Milena Belloni, Silvia Bruzzi e Valentina Fusari (a cura di)

STUDI EMIGRAZIONE

N. 213/2019

Titolo “Il Lavoro che m(n)obilita”

Autore: Laura Zanfrini (a cura di)