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CRITE - INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH CENTRE ON THE ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND FALL OF 20th CENTURY EUROPEAN TOTALITARIANISMS

The Centre was created to promote historical, political, cultural, literary and economic research on the phenomena responsible for the origin, development, rooting and fall of the 20th century European totalitarianisms. Aim of the Centre is to overcome the fragmentation of specific studies and develop an interdisciplinary scientific investigation capable of composing a European historical-cultural framework susceptible to a comparative investigation. Through this investigation it will be possible to highlight: the historical development that led from revolution to authoritarianism; the cultural phenomena that prepared, supported and then fought the dictatorial systems; the literature that has, to varying degrees, contributed to creating an epic of the revolution and later of the regime; the art and architecture that have characterized the iconology of the regimes; their economic features and policies; the function and role of trade unionism; the role of press and propaganda; the role of the army.

Scientific Director

Prof. Simonetta Bartolini, UNINT Professor, Faculty of Interpreting and Translation

COMITATO DIRETTIVO

UNINT Members

Prof. Danilo Breschi, UNINT Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Sociopsychological Dynamics

Prof. ssa Antonella Ercolani, UNINT Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Sociopsychological Dynamics

Prof. Emilio Mari, UNINT Researcher, Faculty of Interpreting and Translation

Prof. Giuseppe Parlato, UNINT Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Sociopsychological Dynamics

Prof. Mariagrazia Russo, UNINT Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Interpreting and Translation

Members from other Universities

Prof. Spartaco Pupo, Professor at Università della Calabria

Prof. Andrea Ungari, Professor at Università Guglielmo Marconi, Rome

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