With Pamela Ballinger, Professor; Fred Cuny Chair in the History of Human Rights, University of Michigan.
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In The World Refugees Made, Pamela Ballinger explores Italy's remaking in light of the loss of a wide range of territorial possessions—colonies, protectorates, and provinces—in Africa and the Balkans, the repatriation of Italian nationals from those territories, and the integration of these "national refugees" into a country devastated by war and overwhelmed by foreign displaced persons from Eastern Europe.
This book talk is part of Prof. Dragostinova's graduate seminar on global approaches to European history. All are welcome, but she particularly encourages graduate students to tune in for some state-of-the-field presentations.