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The Films of Jacques Tati
Life is full of homages to Jacques Tati. Tati is a great film comic who...
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster: Selected Aphorisms
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster is the first book of Maria Luisa Spaziani's...
On the Birth of Experimental Cinema
At the beginning of the twentieth century, the young unknown artists, Arnaldo Ginna, Bruno Corra,...
Antonio Gramsci's The Southern Question remains as provocative today as it was when it was written. During ten years of political imprisonment under Mussolini's Fascist government, Gramsci produced The Prison Notebooks, a continued meditation on subjects and relationships first proposed within the pages of this essay. The purpose in re-introducing the essay is to emphasize how Gramsci's analysis of social stratification of Northern and Southern Italy in 1926 is relevant to current discussions about state formation, diasporas, and strategic alliances.
The Southern Question

Antonio Gramsci, Pasquale Verdicchio
2006
The Southern Question
Fremde: Discourse on the Foreign
America: La fortune d'un nom
The Courage of Poetry
A Call for Cultural Symbiosis
Delft Blue & Objects of the World: Archives I and II
Interviews with the Phoenix