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While rejecting links with political parties, it promotes work with a strong impact on society and politics. Since the late s, Mani Tese has concretely operated in the field. The most significant initiatives were carried out in Burkina Faso formerly Upper Volta between and , with the establishment of specialized schools in fields including agriculture, crafts and manufacturing, along with companies and cooperatives developed by machinery which was supplied.
This area had plenty of resources but was marked by frequent instability. The center, based on the integration of agriculture and health care, manages the extraction of peanut oil, rice processing, the production of flour, a hospital connected to a number of health care centers, a system of schools and a school for managers, as well as a hydroelectric power station.
A former restaurateur in Varese, from he became a follower of Enrico Manfredini, provost of the San Vittore basilica in Varese, who became bishop of Piacenza in and entrusted Pastori with the administrative and organizational responsibilities of the diocese. Contact with African bishops led Pastori to seek direct knowledge of the African continent.
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FOCSIV firmly believes that decisive development action should be based on the connection of commitment and solidarity with professionalism. This was a topic that increasingly concerned Catholic laity as well as the missionary world, as was stated in the PIME magazine, Mondo e missione. It promotes the startup of small and medium-sized enterprises in the craft and commercial sectors capable of creating wealth, and holds vocational training courses for banks and financial operators which also provide for internships at Cariplo agencies.
They promoted broad-reaching thinking and ambitious initiatives concerning fast, but problematically, changing Africa and laid the foundations of cooperation that would develop in the subsequent decade. Through this complex of diversified experiences, Catholic Italy reveals its dynamism with regard to the projects on the African continent, as well as the hindrance arising from its limited colonial past.
Italian Catholicism, moreover, possessed an original tendency to extend the boundaries of solidarity beyond national belonging. I, Il cattolicesimo verso una nuova stagione. I cristiani nel novecento , Milan, Mondadori, , new edition , p. Costituzioni, decreti, dichiarazioni , Milan, Figlie di S. Paolo, , p. Dio ha bisogno di testimoni: i missionari italiani che hanno dato la vita per la Chiesa africana, Verona, CUM Foundation, , p.
A detailed reconstruction is also provided by an unpublished work by Xaverian Vittorino Ghirardi, Missione e martirio. Memoria martyrum: a prezzo di sangue , , p. Saggio di antropologia storica , Rome-Bari, Laterza, , p. Scelta religiosa e politica. Documenti , Rome, AVE, , p. Contestazione e mondo cattolico , Rome, AVE, , p. This was due to a several concomitant factors, first and foremost the fact that women were not allowed into Russian universities, where a numerus clausus policy against Jews and many other non Russian ethnic groups was enforced.
This occurred in a context wherein it was not unusual for Jewish women of bourgeois background to obtain a high-school degree. The methodological interest in the biographies of Russian Jewish women in Italy in the second half of the nineteenth century lies precisely in their tripartite marginality: as women, as Jews and as foreigners. While in Russia the rapid industrialization in the nineteenth century was not matched with political and social modernization, in Italy the opposite occurred.
Both Costa and Comparetti, despite their principled anticlericalism, obliged their companions to undergo Church weddings, thus forcing them to convert in order to spare the Catholic sentiments of their respective families. The condition of Russian Jewish women in Italy must be read against the backdrop of what is known about women in other parts of Europe. The story of Elena Raffalovich, the first of a long series of Russian Jewish immigrants in Italy in the second half of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century, introduces us to a statistically small but culturally large reality of women belonging to the haute bourgoisie.
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Unlike middle-class women, whose behavioural patterns are well known from the seminal work of Marion Kaplan, these women are characterized by strong economic and intellectual independence. Indeed, Elena lived alone after her separation from Comparetti, and even left the care of their then-infant daughter to her husband. A second important distinction is the Eastern Europe-Central Europe divide.
As rightly noted by Paula Hyman:. As opposed to women originating from Eastern Europe, in Central Europe the experience of civil emancipation, economic integration and a high degree of acculturation enabled Jews to situate themselves securely in the bourgeoisie.
Jewish women increasingly participated in philanthropic activities and organizations, which not only gave them a voice in the public sphere without challenging gender norms, but also helped them develop close friendships and ties with non-Jewish women who supported similar causes. A Russian who operated in Western Europe, Elena modeled an alternative version of feminist activism, one that was at variance with the traditional gender-role cleavage then current in Western bourgois.
She was one of the first, but by far not the only woman to intermarry. There is some suggestion that among those Jews who attained wealth and became part of a small upper bourgeois stratum, women were much more reluctant than men to jettison Jewish practice and identity. The Raffalovich story reveals a different attitude of Italian Jewish women, generally more conservative, than those of Eastern Europe who in increasing numbers were coming to the peninsula.
Against this backdrop her restlessness can be compared to that of Flora Randegger, a Triestine woman with a Jewish deeply religious background, who traveled twice from Triest to Jerusalem, where she hoped to teach Italian and to establish a school for Jewish girls, thereby securing independence of profession and income. It seems that Jewish women could choose complete emancipation, typically resulting in total estrangement from Judaism, like Raffalovich, or subordination within traditional family structures that permitted autonomy of action only in philanthropic enterprises, like Randegger.
Social work became the path of least resistance for Jewish women intent upon access to the public sphere. Social feminism is an admixture of social work and feminism, moderate and motherly. Raffalovich was precisely at odds with the fact that in Italy at the turn of the century, education had not yet been dissociated from philanthropic preoccupations.
Elena never sought out solidarity networks, either on a confessional or on a gender-oriented basis. She acted alone, benefitting from her considerable family resources, and collaborated indiscriminately with men and women who shared her ideals. Raffalovich was spared the caution and self-denial of Jewish women seeking to become bourgeois, a quest of many contemporary German Jewish women, according to Kaplan.
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Studies and Research Perspectives. Abstract In the nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth century, Italy held a strong appeal for Russian travelers. This is how Domenico describes the reasons for the separation: Affetta da malinconie isteriche [ As rightly noted by Paula Hyman: As opposed to women originating from Eastern Europe, in Central Europe the experience of civil emancipation, economic integration and a high degree of acculturation enabled Jews to situate themselves securely in the bourgeoisie.
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I would like to thank my friend and collegue Professor Igor Aronov of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem for his bibliographical references in Russian, and to express my gratitude to Giulia Rispoli and Paolo De Luca for having allowed me to read their forthcoming article Russian emigration in Italy in the pre-revolutionary period: the case of the school of Capri. Concerning the Russian romantic fascination for Italy, which reached its peak in the middle of the nineteenth century see Olga Matich, Erotic Utopia. During his long sojourns abroad he studied law at La Sapienza University in Rome, where he became associated with another Ukrainian Jewish emigrant, Pinhas Rutenberg , the father of the hydroelectric infrastructure of British Palestine.
L'Occidente e l'Italia nella biografia di I. For a first approach to his familiar story and his Odessian years see in particular Da Odessa a Torino. Conversazioni con Marussia Ginzburg. In appendice: scritti giovanili inediti di Leone Ginzburg , ed. Maria Chiara Avalle Turin: Meynier, Accati, M.
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Cattaruzza, M. Dal Rinascimento alla Restaurazione Rome: Carocci Alexiei N. Tsamutali St. Petersburg: Nestor History in Russian. It includes only the brief biographical sketches of Herman, Marie and their three sons. Elena is mentioned only in a note drawing information from an article in the Italian Wikipedia. Guzzo, Don Lorenzo Milani. Un rivoluzionario, un santo, un profeta o un uomo? Alle origini della psicoanalisi italiana. Mia moglie rischia di morire [asphyxia. My wife is at risk of death]. Abbiamo veduto come di gran cuore egli accordasse la mano della figlia minore Elena ad un giovane filologo professor universitario da lei stessa scelta a suo sposo.
We can testify how happily he agreed to the marriage of his younger daughter Elena to a young university professor whom she chose. In the private collection belonging to Elisa Frontali Milani there are many letters of Leon addressed to Domenico, who studied Russian and frequently travelled to Russia for his researches on the Kalevala. Unfortunately, only one letter in his huge correspondence survives that is seemingly addressed to Elena.
See Catalogo generale del fondo Domenico Comparetti, carteggio e manoscritti , eds. Harrison The archive preserves as well a number of letters between the mayor of the city and Elena.
Antonelli Elena was not present at the ceremony and all the official discourses were delivered exclusively by males, among which Adolfo Pick whose lecture has been reprinted in Gasparini, Adolfo Pick, , La scuola fa la storia: gli archivi scolastici per la ricerca e la didattica , ed. His second wife and former pupil Luise Levin, whom he married in , was Jewish. The extant bibliography about the work and the life of these female writers is still scant. Genere e intercultura , eds. Laura Orvieto has been the object of valuable studies by Caterina Del Vivo.
She was also one of the first of the many Jewish female authors for children in Italy during the Savoy monarchy.