Author Stefano Agnoletto interviewed in the Toronto Star

Stefano Agnoletto, author of The Italians Who Built Toronto, was interviewed about his book in the Toronto Star. Read the interview here. After World War II, hundreds of thousands of Italians emigrated to Toronto. This book describes their labour, business, social and cultural history as they settled in their new home. It addresses fundamental issues … Continue reading

The Development of Infant Education in Ireland wins Kevin Brehony Book Prize

We are delighted to announce that Maura O’Connor’s book The Development of Infant Education in Ireland, 1838-1948 has been chosen as joint winner of the Kevin Brehony Book Prize, awarded every three years by the History of Education Society (UK). Congratulations to Dr O’Connor, who will receive her prize on Saturday 22nd November at the … Continue reading

New publication: Pré-História e nacional-socialismo na Alemanha

Na Alemanha do nacional-socialismo, a ciência da Arqueologia Pré-Histórica alcançou uma posição de altíssima relevância no contexto de legitimação ideológica do regime nazista. Propagava-se uma interdependência entre a «grandeza germânica» do passado pré-histórico e a superioridade das «raças nórdicas» no mundo contemporâneo. Os arqueólogos e os pré-historiadores, nas universidades e nos museus, muito contribuíram para … Continue reading

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