La Bibliografia gramsciana, fondata da John M. Cammett, ora curata da Francesco Giasi e da Maria Luisa Righi con la collaborazione dell'International Gramsci Society raccoglie volumi, saggi e articoli su Gramsci pubblicati dal 1922 e pubblicazioni e traduzioni degli scritti di Gramsci dal 1927. Per aggiornamenti, integrazioni o correzioni scrivere a: bibliografiagramsciana@fondazionegramsci.org

  • Bellina, Camilla - Bianchi, Erica - D'Alessandro, Monica - Ferraresi, Adriano - Foschi, Maria Lucia - Guerrieri, Manuel - Locatelli, Marco - Malaguti, Luna - Palmeri, Federica - Romolo, Angela - Tassinari, Caterina
    The history of the subaltern groups: Rome and the Middle Ages in Italy, April 2010
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 2, April 2010, pp. 14 - 20
    SOGGETTI:Subalterno; Egemonia; Quaderni del carcere





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    Given the international interest, debate and controversy on questions of the subaltern classes and of relationships of hegemony, it has been thought useful to present here a number of sections (conventionally called paragraphs) from the Prison Notebooks that are as yet awaiting publication in an English translation. They will of course come out in Joseph Buttigieg's ongoing project of the translation in their entirety of the Gerratana edition of the Notebooks, and publication of some of Gramsci's first drafts of the pieces here included are imminent. In other cases, however, the first drafts by Gramsci, especially the paragraphs discussing Ettore Ciccotti's articles, have actually been published in the second volume of the Buttigieg edition,1 not to mention of course editions in languages other than English. Apart from Gramsci's general discussion of the emergence of the subaltern classes and their struggle for recognition and even some sort of hegemony, what readers may find of further interest is the way in which he reworks and elaborates his arguments either in detail or at the level of what often appear relatively minor specifications.

    Available online: International Gramsci Journal No.2 2010 (Accessed December 15, 2016)

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  • Jervolino, Domenico
    Croce, Gentile e Gramsci sulla traduzione, April 2010
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 2, April 2010, pp. 21 - 28
    SOGGETTI:Traduzione; Croce, Benedetto; Gentile, Giovanni





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    The activity of translating is as old as the entire history of human civilization. Yet, according to some, it is only in the second half of the twentieth century that translation became the subject of a specific discipline, or, more correctly, that it became the subject of a broad field of interdisciplinary studies, from linguistics to semantics, from literary criticism to comparative literature, and, more recently, even philosophy itself. This is so to the extent that the first scholars of translation in France have even spoken of a tournant philosophique de la traduction [philosophical turn of translation].1 It is natural to look back and attempt to delineate a history of the ideas about translation elaborated in the remote and in the near past once the theme of translation has imposed itself in various ways in the arena of contemporary culture, and therefore to find important precursors and ancestors, even though their contribution was limited often either to fragments or to opinions expressed in the margins of works devoted to other subjects or to comments about their translations.

    Available online: International Gramsci Journal No.2 2010 (Accessed December 15, 2016)

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  • Jervolino, Domenico
    Croce, Gentile and Gramsci on Translation, April 2010
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 2, April 2010, pp. 29 - 38
    SOGGETTI:Traduzione; Croce, Benedetto; Gentile, Giovanni





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    Available online: International Gramsci Journal No.2 2010 (Accessed December 15, 2016)

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  • Smith, Kylie
    Gramsci at the margins: subjectivity and subalternity in a theory of hegemony, April 2010
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 2, April 2010, pp. 39 - 50
    SOGGETTI:Egemonia; Subalterno; Soggettività





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    In strictly political terms, the Gramscian concept of subalternity applies to those groups in society who are lacking autonomous political power. In Gramsci's time these groups were easily identified, and much of the work around the concept of subalternity has centred on groups like peasants and the proletariat. But Gramsci also argued that subalternity existed on a broader scale than this, including people from different religions or cultures, or those existing at the margins of society. This aspect of Gramsci's work is often overlooked, because many writers are interested in Gramsci's political theory, which they use to analyse the way in which capitalism, as a structural system, has become hegemonic over time. The focus here is on the history of organised groups and their organised struggle. Hence, the emphasis is largely on white, male-oriented institutions of power. But Gramsci argued that hegemony did not exist merely at this level. Rather, he argued that hegemony comes from below, originating in the thoughts, beliefs and actions of everyday people who may or may not see themselves as part of organised groups. Hence, Gramsci was intensely aware of the way hegemony operated at a personal level. Capitalist hegemony was not, is not, possible, without a complete identification at the level of the self. This paper seeks to expand on some of Gramsci's thinking in this area, in an attempt to understand the connections between the self and society in a theory of hegemony, where hegemony is considered a process based on leadership, rather than a state built on domination. It is through an analysis of what hegemonic processes exclude (or make subaltern), that we can expand our understanding of how hegemony works, and of how it may be resisted.

    Available online: International Gramsci Journal No.2 2010 (Accessed December 15, 2016)

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  • Ordóñez, Sergio
    New phase of development and knowledge capitalism: Gramsci's historical revenge, April 2010
    FA PARTE DI: International Gramsci Journal, 2, April 2010, pp. 51 - 66
    SOGGETTI:Capitalismo





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    This article argues that the tremendous timeliness of Gramscian thought resides in the appreciation that, at the current time, just as in the 1930s, the transition to a new phase of the development of capitalism, for which the term knowledge capitalism is proposed, is verifiable, for which the technological-productive fundamentals have thus far been developed without its projection having yet taken place in the superstructure. From this flows a double historical revenge of Gramscian thought, since, on the one hand, it provides a valuable theoretical instrument for understanding and taking advantage of historical change, and, on the other, it offers major political strategic principles that at the current time, based on forms of production and autonomous social organization of the subaltern groups and classes within knowledge capitalism, have the historical-social space to contribute to the construction of an alternative hegemony characteristic of these classes and groups. To delve into this question, the article has been divided in three sections. The first section presents Gramscian theoretical tools for understanding historical change; the second synthetically explains the distinctive features of the new phase of development and characterizes the moment of its current unfolding in light of the previously mentioned theoretical instruments, and the third section discusses postcapitalist forms of production and social organization that could lead to the formation of alternative hegemonic social blocs in the framework of the emergence of the new phase of development that is becoming a historical epoch.

    Available online: International Gramsci Journal No.2 2010 (Accessed December 15, 2016)

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  • Basile, Luca
    Filosofia della prassi e americanismo. Spunti e appunti per una discussione su Gramsci, April 2010
    FA PARTE DI: Intersezioni, April 2010, pp. 123 - 134
    SOGGETTI:Egemonia; Americanismo; Filosofia della Praxis; Rivoluzione Passiva





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