“The History of the United States in Italy: Generations in Dialogue – Special Issue in Celebration of Tiziano Bonazzi’s 80th Birthday”

“The History of the United States in Italy: Generations in Dialogue – Special Issue in Celebration of Tiziano Bonazzi’s 80th Birthday”

Pubblicazione numero speciale di USAbroad - Journal of American History and Politics

Pubblicato: 11 novembre 2020 | Libri

We are pleased to announce that the special issue of the journal USAbroad – Journal of American History and Politics, “The History of the United States in Italy: Generations in Dialogue – Special Issue in Celebration of Tiziano Bonazzi’s 80th Birthday”, can be downloaded for free at the following address: https://usabroad.unibo.it/issue/view/908 From the publication of his first research project, (Il sacro esperimento. Teologia e politica nella America puritana, 1970), up to his most recent books on the American Revolution and Abraham Lincoln, Tiziano Bonazzi has made an important contribution to the development of American Studies not only in Italy. As a scholar of US intellectual and political history, Bonazzi has taught for several years in important American universities and has thoroughly investigated the political and scientific culture of the United States, the complex historical relationship between institutions and politics, the role of Protestantism in shaping American politics and society, the intellectual and cultural exchanges between the United States and Europe, ultimately contributing to the growth of American History within Italy, which has been fully included in international academic debate.  The special issue of USAbroad provides an important illustration of current attitudes and approaches to the study of American History by the new generation of Italian scholars. Their essays highlight research trends and historiographical practices in social and political history, in intellectual history and international history, that reveal elements of continuity, but also substantial changes from the scholarship of the older historians with whom these authors grew up, in dialogue.

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