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

  • Benoit, Richard Peter
    A Hegemonic Analysis of John Howard Lawson and the New Playrights Theatre, Kent State, Ohio: Kent State University, 2001, 266
    Ph.D. Dissertation
    SOGGETTI:Teatro; Lawson, John Howard; Egemonia





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0001795, livello=D3, titolo=A Hegemonic Analysis of John Howard Lawson and the New Playrights Theatre, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Benoit, Richard Peter], autorevoc=[Benoit, Richard Peter], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-000717], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Benoit, Richard Peter, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation, note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Kent State, Ohio, editore=Kent State University, forma_visualizzata=2001, forma_normalizzata=20010101-20011231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=266, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«The concept of hegemony was first developed by Antonio Gramsci and recorded in his "Prison Notebooks"... Gramsci's ideas concerning hegemony involve positioning the relationship between political society (...the "State") and civil, or "private" society as a hegemonic relationship in which predominance depends on the ratio between control and the willingness to be controlled. Using hegemony as an analytic strategy, the early theatrical career of John Howard Lawson as a playright and founding member of the New Playrights Theatre can be viewed through multiple hegemonic relationships.... Chapter 1 of this dissertation places Gramsci's concept of hegemony into three categories: (1) Hegemony explains social order. It is not just a revolutionary strategy. (2) In Capitalist societies, hegemony encapsulates a "war of position," and not a "war of movement." (3) Hegemony describes a sequence of subaltern coalitions that can either support or be directed against official (State) socio-cultural hegemony»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Teatro, Lawson, John Howard, Egemonia], subjectvoc=[theater, Lawson, John Howard, Hegemony], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Dissertations Index, October 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0001795, recordOrigin=antonio6-1831., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20010101-20011231}]
  • Halabi, Yakub S.
    Capitalism versus Islam: The Political Implications of Free Market Reforms in Egypt, 1987-1999, Denver, CO, 2001, 318
    Ph.D. dissertation: University of Denver.
    SOGGETTI:Economica, Teoria; Globalizzazione; Società Civile





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0006127, livello=D3, titolo=Capitalism versus Islam: The Political Implications of Free Market Reforms in Egypt, 1987-1999, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Halabi, Yakub S.], autorevoc=[Halabi, Yakub S.], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-002671], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Halabi, Yakub S., forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. dissertation: University of Denver., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Denver, CO, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2001, forma_normalizzata=20010101-20011231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=318, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«Based on the writings of Gramsci, the study concludes that given the fact that Egypt's civil society is weak, capitalism will not stabilize the country's political system. On the contrary, the combination of capitalism, weak civil society and a strong mosque may hasten political changes that may lead to the rise of an Islamic fundamentalist regime in Egypt»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Economica, Teoria, Globalizzazione, Società Civile], subjectvoc=[Economic theory, Globalization, Civil society], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Dissertations Index, October 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0006127, recordOrigin=antonio6-6258., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20010101-20011231}]
  • Lee, Sang-Dawn
    Big Brother, Little Brother: The American Influence on Korean Culture in the Lyndon B. Johnson Years, Austin, Tx, 2001, 229
    Ph.D. dissertation: The University of Texas at Austin.
    SOGGETTI:Cultural Studies; Egemonia; Said, Edward





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0007407, livello=D3, titolo=Big Brother, Little Brother, sottotitolo=The American Influence on Korean Culture in the Lyndon B. Johnson Years, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Lee, Sang-Dawn], autorevoc=[Lee, Sang-Dawn], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-003259], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Lee, Sang-Dawn, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. dissertation: The University of Texas at Austin., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Austin, Tx, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2001, forma_normalizzata=20010101-20011231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=229, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«Cultural theories are used to interpret some of the information brought forward; two theoreticians whose work is explicitly invoked are Antonio Gramsci and Edward Said»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Cultural Studies, Egemonia, Said, Edward], subjectvoc=[Cultural studies, Hegemony, Said, Edward], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Dissertations Index, October 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0007407, recordOrigin=antonio6-7570., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20010101-20011231}]
  • Holst, John D.
    Social Movements and Civil Society: Implications for Radical Adult Education Theory and Practice, Chicago, 2000, 203
    Ed.D. Dissertation: Northern Illinois University.
    SOGGETTI:Educazione Per Adulti; Società Civile





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0006360, livello=D3, titolo=Social Movements and Civil Society: Implications for Radical Adult Education Theory and Practice, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Holst, John D.], autorevoc=[Holst, John D.], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-002782], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Holst, John D., forma_parallela=, responsability=Ed.D. Dissertation: Northern Illinois University., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Chicago, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20001001-20001231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=203, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«This study is a critical philosophical inquiry into the upsurge of interest in social movements and the concept of civil society within radical adult education...». It studies and applies the «concept of civil society in the works of Locke, Ferguson, Hegel, Marx, Gramsci, Cohen and Arato, and Keane»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Educazione Per Adulti, Società Civile], subjectvoc=[Education adult, Civil society], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Dissertations Index, October 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0006360, recordOrigin=antonio6-6498., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20001001-20001231}]
  • Kohn, Margaret Leah
    Locating Radical Democracy: A Genealogy of Political Space (Italy), Ithaca, NY, 2000, 351
    Ph.D. Dissertation. Cornell University, Political Science.
    SOGGETTI:Teoria Politica; Spazio Politico





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0006973, livello=D3, titolo=Locating Radical Democracy: A Genealogy of Political Space (Italy), sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Kohn, Margaret Leah], autorevoc=[Kohn, Margaret Leah], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-003064], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Kohn, Margaret Leah, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. Cornell University, Political Science., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Ithaca, NY, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20001001-20001231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=351, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«Contemporary political theory has largely been concerned with the relationship between language and power». Thus political theorists «overlook the power of place. My dissertation rectifies this lacuna by reintroducing a spatial dimension to democratic theory... This dissertation analyzes the political logic expressed in sites of working-class mobilization in Europe at the turn-of-the-century: cooperatives, mutual aid societies, radical community centers, and chambers of labor... In Chapters three and four I analyze the limitations of prominent theories of the political space: the bourgeois public sphere (Habermas) and the factory (Marx and Gramsci). Chapters five through seven focus on particular radical democratic sites that flourished in Italy between national unification and the rise of fascism... I show how the built environment shaped individuals' actions, identities, and interpretations...»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Teoria Politica, Spazio Politico], subjectvoc=[political theory, Political space], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(UMI ProQuest digital Dissertations, May 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0006973, recordOrigin=antonio6-7126., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20001001-20001231}]
  • Lundergan, Robert D.
    Rewriting the Nation: Nationalism, Multiculturalism, and the Pedagogic Apparatus, Milwaukee, WI, 2000, 270
    Ph.D. dissertation: The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
    SOGGETTI:Educazione Multiculturale; Williams, Raymond; Nazionalismo Usa; Multiculturalismo, Stati Uniti; Cultural Studies; Burns, Ken (autore del documentario "Baseball", PBS)





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0007936, livello=D3, titolo=Rewriting the Nation, sottotitolo=Nationalism, Multiculturalism, and the Pedagogic Apparatus, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Lundergan, Robert D.], autorevoc=[Lundergan, Robert D.], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-003431], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Lundergan, Robert D., forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. dissertation: The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Milwaukee, WI, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20001001-20001231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=270, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«Over the past decade, cultural debate has centered on arguments of inclusion and exclusion as America has moved toward a multicultural society... Using theorists and critics, such as Raymond Williams, Antonio Gramsci, Benedict Anderson, and Mary Louise Pratt, my project examines numerous cultural sites where this rewriting is taking place, including college textbooks, national monuments, and Ken Burn's PBS documentary "Baseball"»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Educazione Multiculturale, Williams, Raymond, Nazionalismo Usa, Multiculturalismo, Stati Uniti, Cultural Studies, Burns, Ken (autore del documentario "Baseball", PBS)], subjectvoc=[Education multicultural, Williams, Raymond, Nationalism Usa, Multiculturalism Usa, Cultural studies, Burns, Ken (author of PBS documentary "Baseball")], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Dissertations Index, October 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0007936, recordOrigin=antonio6-8114., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20001001-20001231}]
  • Mazzone, Dorene L.
    Exposing Coercion, Divesting Myths: Women Politica Prisoners and the Politics of Resistance in the United States, Honolulu, 2000, 175
    Ph.D. Dissertation. Political Science, Criminology and Penology. University of Hawaii.
    SOGGETTI:Donne, Prigioniere Politiche; Prigionieri Scrittori





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0008662, livello=D3, titolo=Exposing Coercion, Divesting Myths, sottotitolo=Women Politica Prisoners and the Politics of Resistance in the United States, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Mazzone, Dorene L.], autorevoc=[Mazzone, Dorene L.], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-003698], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Mazzone, Dorene L., forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. Political Science, Criminology and Penology. University of Hawaii., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Honolulu, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20001001-20001231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=175, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«In recognizing the existence of women political prisoners, the fundamental myths of American democracy are disrupted and the gendered, racialized, and individualized notions of revolutionary struggle are subverted. Together with the theoretical formulations of women political prisoners, the analytic frameworks of Antonio Gramsci, Michel Foucault, and Wendy Brown are mobilized to discern and integrate the operations of state powers»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Donne, Prigioniere Politiche, Prigionieri Scrittori], subjectvoc=[Women prisoners political, Prisoners writings], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Proquest, 2 May, 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0008662, recordOrigin=antonio6-8879., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20001001-20001231}]
  • Reeb, Gerda
    Imprisoned Writing: Testimonies of Political Incarceration, 2000, vii, 225
    Ph.D. Dissertation (Comparative Literature and Philosophy), University of Oregon
    SOGGETTI:Prigionieri Scrittori; Havel, Vaclav; Wallach, Erica Glaser; Moro, Aldo





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0010813, livello=D3, titolo=Imprisoned Writing: Testimonies of Political Incarceration, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Reeb, Gerda], autorevoc=[Reeb, Gerda], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-004640], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Reeb, Gerda, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation (Comparative Literature and Philosophy), University of Oregon, note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20001001-20001231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=vii, 225, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«This study evaluates how prison writings provide a testimonial mirror for the dynamics prevalent in society and how the detainee comes to terms with the violence done to the psychical and social body in captivity. Furthermore, I demonstrate how hegemonic patterns are similar regardless of the political regime that relies upon their effectiveness. To illustrate this point, I investigate writings ranging from the letters of Antonio Gramsci in Fascist Italy, to the postwar prison terms in the testimonies of Vaclav Havel and Erica Glaser Wallach, victims of communist purges in, respectively, Czechoslovakia and East Germany, to the 1978 captivity letters of Aldo Moro, written in a liberal democracy....»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Prigionieri Scrittori, Havel, Vaclav, Wallach, Erica Glaser, Moro, Aldo], subjectvoc=[Prisoners writings, Havel, Vaclav, Wallach, Erica Glaser, Moro, Aldo], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Proquest, 2 May, 2001, and WorldCat, May 9, 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0010813, recordOrigin=antonio6-11093., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20001001-20001231}]
  • Sanbonmatsu, John
    The Prince and the Archaeologist: Gramsci, Foucault, and the Crisis of Left Intellectual Thought, Santa Cruz, CA, 2000, 542
    Ph.D. Dissertation. University of California, SantaCruz. Sociology.
    SOGGETTI:Socialismo; Foucault, Michel; Globalismo, Opposizione a; All'Estero: Usa





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0011410, livello=D3, titolo=The Prince and the Archaeologist, sottotitolo=Gramsci, Foucault, and the Crisis of Left Intellectual Thought, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Sanbonmatsu, John], autorevoc=[Sanbonmatsu, John], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-004927], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Sanbonmatsu, John, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. University of California, SantaCruz. Sociology., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Santa Cruz, CA, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20001001-20001231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=542, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=This thesis attempts to answer the question of why in this moment of crisis no new general theoretical paradigm of social change has emerged. Sanbonmatsu criticizes Foucault's social philosophy. He then offers a «preliminary sketch of a new, normative political theory, a synthesis based in part on the insights of Antonio Gramsci (the "Prince" of my title). I argue that Gramsci's thought, not only offers a useful basis for comprehending the phenomenological and perceptual dimensions of praxis, it can also potentially serve as the basis of a political strategy for uniting the otherwise scattered, disparate elements of the global opposition»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Socialismo, Foucault, Michel, Globalismo, Opposizione a, All'Estero: Usa], subjectvoc=[Socialism, Foucault, Michel, Globalism opposition, Abroad, USA], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(UMI ProQuest digital Dissertations, May 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0011410, recordOrigin=antonio6-11704., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20001001-20001231}]
  • Sawchuk, Peter H.
    Working-class Computer Learning: An Historical Materialist Analysis of Participation, Practice and Learning in the Everyday, Toronto, 2000, 333
    Ph.D. dissertation: University of Toronto (Canada).
    SOGGETTI:Educazione Computer; Classe Operaia





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0011670, livello=D3, titolo=Working-class Computer Learning: An Historical Materialist Analysis of Participation, Practice and Learning in the Everyday, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Sawchuk, Peter H.], autorevoc=[Sawchuk, Peter H.], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-004986], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Sawchuk, Peter H., forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. dissertation: University of Toronto (Canada)., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Toronto, editore=, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20001001-20001231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=333, lingua=[eng], paese=[CA], abstract=«In this thesis I explore the class dimensions of adult computer learning amongst industrial workers in Southern Ontario (Canada)... I argue that computer learning is deeply embedded inrelations of advanced capitalism. Central concepts include "common sense" (Gramsci, 1971), working class learning "habitus" (Bourdieu, 1984), and "frame analysis" (Goffman, 1974)»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Educazione Computer, Classe Operaia], subjectvoc=[Education computer, Class Working], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Dissertations Index, October 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0011670, recordOrigin=antonio6-11971., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20001001-20001231}]
  • Zacharias, Usha
    The Question of the Author: Television and Cultural Politics in the Time of the «Ramayana», Miami, Ohio, 2000, 293
    Ph.D. dissertation: Ohio University
    SOGGETTI:India Ramayana; India; Educazione (Pedagogia); Studi di caso





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  • Birago, Kamau
    But for the Grace? The Meaning of Intraracial Class Difference to Middle-class African Americans, Berkeley, CA: University of California, 2000, 210
    Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Sociology
    SOGGETTI:Afro Americani, Rapporti di classe





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0002065, livello=D3, titolo=But for the Grace? The Meaning of Intraracial Class Difference to Middle-class African Americans, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Birago, Kamau], autorevoc=[Birago, Kamau], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-000830], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Birago, Kamau, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Sociology, note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Berkeley, CA, editore=University of California, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20000101-20001231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=210, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=On the nature and meaning of class relations between middle-class and less advantaged African-Americans. So far, scholarship «on class relations among African Americans has encouraged an oversimplified counterpoising of these relations as either markedly distant or unusually close....Through the modification of an analytical frame originated by Gramsci, I offer a more complex, contextualized and historically sensitive theoretical approach...: the hegemony thesis of black middle class/less fortunate black class relations. The Hegemony thesis is shown to provide a superior interpretation....for making sense of the contradictions in pre-existing empirical research... This new thesis incorporates, rather than explains away, the contradictory nature of class relations among African-Americans...»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Afro Americani, Rapporti di classe], subjectvoc=[African American class relationships], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Proquest, 2 May, 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0002065, recordOrigin=antonio6-2104., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20000101-20001231}]
  • Capodivacca, Angela Matilde
    Gramsci e Machiavelli: bisogna tornare a De Sanctis, South Bend: University of Notre Dame, 2000, IV - 143
    Dissertation: M.A. Thesis. Directed by Joseph Buttigieg for the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Notre Dame, 2000
    SOGGETTI:Machiavelli, Niccolò; De Sanctis, Francesco





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0002862, livello=D3, titolo=Gramsci e Machiavelli: bisogna tornare a De Sanctis, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Capodivacca, Angela Matilde], autorevoc=[Capodivacca, Angela Matilde], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-001191], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Capodivacca, Angela Matilde, forma_parallela=, responsability=Dissertation: M.A. Thesis. Directed by Joseph Buttigieg for the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Notre Dame, 2000, note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=South Bend, editore=University of Notre Dame, forma_visualizzata=2000, forma_normalizzata=20000101-20001231, tipo_data=, consistenza=IV - 143, lingua=[ita], paese=[US], abstract=, table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Machiavelli, Niccolò, De Sanctis, Francesco], subjectvoc=[Machiavelli, Niccolò, De Sanctis, Francesco], note_riservate=, source=M.A. (WorldCat, October 2001) extract, recordInfo=, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0002862, recordOrigin=antonio6-2916., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=20000101-20001231}]
  • Gordon, Neve
    Social Control of Democracies: A Theoretical Analysis, 1999
    Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Notre Dame
    SOGGETTI:Egemonia; Arendt, Hanna; Foucault, Michel





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0005765, livello=D3, titolo=Social Control of Democracies: A Theoretical Analysis, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Gordon, Neve], autorevoc=[Gordon, Neve], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-002526], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Gordon, Neve, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Notre Dame, note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=, editore=, forma_visualizzata=1999, forma_normalizzata=19990101-19991231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«This dissertations takes into account the extent of inequality, deprivation, and marginalization of large segments of the population in the U.S. and other industrialized countries, and examines how existing social structures are maintained without the constant use of force... I turn to the writings of three eminent political thinkers: Antonio Gramsci, Hannah Arendt, and Michel Foucault. Drawing on each of these thinkers most persuasive arguments, I create a synthesis of their work, often using a claim made by one as a corrective suggestion to the other....»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Egemonia, Arendt, Hanna, Foucault, Michel], subjectvoc=[Hegemony, Arendt, Hanna, Foucault, Michel], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(Dissertations Online, Fall, 1999), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0005765, recordOrigin=antonio6-5892., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=19990101-19991231}]
  • Hough, Richard William Stuart
    At the Sewer's End: The Social Construction of Environmental Pollution and the Search for Hegemony in Brownsville, Texas, Kingston, CA, 1999, 323
    Ph.D. Dissertation. Queen's University at Kingston (Canada), Geography
    SOGGETTI:Geografia Inquinamento; Egemonia; All'Estero: Usa; Brownsville Texas; Studi di caso





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0006382, livello=D3, titolo=At the Sewer's End: The Social Construction of Environmental Pollution and the Search for Hegemony in Brownsville, Texas, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Hough, Richard William Stuart], autorevoc=[Hough, Richard William Stuart], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-002794], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Hough, Richard William Stuart, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. Queen's University at Kingston (Canada), Geography, note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Kingston, CA, editore=, forma_visualizzata=1999, forma_normalizzata=19990101-19991231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=323, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«This dissertation attributes the rapid growth of the maquiladora industry and its involvement in contaminating the environment along the U.S.-Mexico border in the development of a new world economic order, which began to take shape in the wake of an historico-political movement that the Italian Marxist, Antonio Gramsci, termed a passive revolution, i.e. a strategy that calls for far-reaching economic changes without the active consent of the masses, although it invariably leads to gradual changes in society that lay the foundations for hegemony....The bases of this consent [to illegal dumping] are spatially overdetermined,[linked to] economic, political, and ideological relations....Yet, in the final analysis, the consent that was found was attributable more to factors that are specific to this locality and location. The dissertation thus highlights an issue that Gramsci underemphasized, i.e. geography matters in the formation of consent»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Geografia Inquinamento, Egemonia, All'Estero: Usa, Brownsville Texas, Studi di caso], subjectvoc=[Geography pollution, Hegemony, Abroad, USA], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(UMI ProQuest digital Dissertations, May 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0006382, recordOrigin=antonio6-6520., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=19990101-19991231}]
  • Roraback, Eileen Mary
    The Defense of the self: Autobiographical Responses of American Intellectuals to the McCarthy Era (Paul Robeson, W.E.B.Du Bois, Lillian Hellman, Jessica Mitford), 1999, 299
    Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Iowa, American Studies.
    SOGGETTI:Maccartismo, Autobiografie; Robeson, Paul; Du Bois, William Edward Burghardt; Hellman, Lillian; Mitford, Jessica; Letteratura, Usa 20° Secolo; All'Estero: Usa





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0011059, livello=D3, titolo=The Defense of the self: Autobiographical Responses of American Intellectuals to the McCarthy Era (Paul Robeson, W.E.B.Du Bois, Lillian Hellman, Jessica Mitford), sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Roraback, Eileen Mary], autorevoc=[Roraback, Eileen Mary], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-004772], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Roraback, Eileen Mary, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Iowa, American Studies., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=, editore=, forma_visualizzata=1999, forma_normalizzata=19990101-19991231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=299, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=«This dissertation examines the autobiographies of Paul Robeson, W.E.B. Du Bois, Lillian Hellman, and Jessica Mitford. Using a Gramscian analytical framework it argues that each autobiographer presents a defense of self in response to McCarthy era discourses which delegitimated their experiences and labeled them "un-American."... All of the autobiographers were intellectuals, as defined by the theorist Antonio Gramsci, involved in radical politics in the 1930s and 1940s... The dissertation argues that in this sense, the autobiographies represent the site of cultural and ideological struggle for intellectuals as posited by Gramscian analyses...»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Maccartismo, Autobiografie, Robeson, Paul, Du Bois, William Edward Burghardt, Hellman, Lillian, Mitford, Jessica, Letteratura, Usa 20° Secolo, All'Estero: Usa], subjectvoc=[McCarthyism, autobiographies, Robeson, Paul, Du Bois, William Edward Burghardt, Hellman, Lillian, Mitford, Jessica, Literature 20th Century Usa, Abroad, USA], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(UMI ProQuest digital Dissertations, May 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0011059, recordOrigin=antonio6-11345., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=19990101-19991231}]
  • Williams, Jeffery Littleton
    Culture, Theory, and Graphic Fiction, 1999, 239
    Ph.D. Dissertation. Texas Tech University, American Studies.
    SOGGETTI:Fumetti; Graphic-Fiction (Racconto Illustrato?); Moore, Alan; Cultura; All'Estero: Usa





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0013888, livello=D3, titolo=Culture, Theory, and Graphic Fiction, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Williams, Jeffery Littleton], autorevoc=[Williams, Jeffery Littleton], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-005789], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Williams, Jeffery Littleton, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. Texas Tech University, American Studies., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=, editore=, forma_visualizzata=1999, forma_normalizzata=19990101-19991231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=239, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=This dissertation employs «culture, theory, and graphic fiction and uses historical and cultural studies as background for discussing postmodern readings of several genres of comics... Chapter III discusses the issue of censorship, introduces Gramsci, and examines a variety of comics written by Alan Moore using Gramscian cultural theory...»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Fumetti, Graphic-Fiction (Racconto Illustrato?), Moore, Alan, Cultura, All'Estero: Usa], subjectvoc=[Comics, Graphic fiction, Moore, Alan, Culture, Abroad, USA], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(UMI ProQuest digital Dissertations, May 2001) FIND CITY OF PUBLICATION. FIND ALAN MOORE!!, recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0013888, recordOrigin=antonio6-14238., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=19990101-19991231}]
  • Yadlon, Susan Marie
    Safeguarding Hegemony: White Middle-class Women and the Discourse of New Temperance, Columbus, Ohio, 1999, 175
    Ph.D. Dissertation. Ohio State University, American Literature.
    SOGGETTI:Donne Classe Media; Temperanza; Sacrificio Egemonico; Egemonia





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0013929, livello=D3, titolo=Safeguarding Hegemony, sottotitolo=White Middle-class Women and the Discourse of New Temperance, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Yadlon, Susan Marie], autorevoc=[Yadlon, Susan Marie], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-005821], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Yadlon, Susan Marie, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. Ohio State University, American Literature., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Columbus, Ohio, editore=, forma_visualizzata=1999, forma_normalizzata=19990101-19991231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=175, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=This dissertation «identifies two strategies that have emerged to maintain the hegemonic equilibrium: granting white middle-women access to positions of social authority, and the health discourse of new temperance.... [It] identifies the entrance of white middle-class women into the social as what Italian theorist Antonio Gramsci characterized as a "hegemonic sacrifice" - a compromise made by those in power to elicit consent from disenfranchised groups...»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Donne Classe Media, Temperanza, Sacrificio Egemonico, Egemonia], subjectvoc=[Women middleclass, temperance, Sacrifice hegemonic, Hegemony], note_riservate=CMMCN, source=(UMI ProQuest digital Dissertations, May 2001), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0013929, recordOrigin=antonio6-14280., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=19990101-19991231}]
  • Kamat, Sangeeta G.
    Development Hegemony: An Analysis of Grassroots Formations and the State in Mharashtra, India, Pittsburgh, 1999
    Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Pittsburgh.
    SOGGETTI:Egemonia; Stato; Sviluppo Economico; India; Studi di caso





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0015594, livello=D3, titolo=Development Hegemony, sottotitolo=An Analysis of Grassroots Formations and the State in Mharashtra, India, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Kamat, Sangeeta G.], autorevoc=[Kamat, Sangeeta G.], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-006341], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Kamat, Sangeeta G., forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Pittsburgh., note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=Pittsburgh, editore=, forma_visualizzata=1999, forma_normalizzata=19990101-19991231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=Cf. his book with the same title, table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Egemonia, Stato, Sviluppo Economico, India, Studi di caso], subjectvoc=[Hegemony, State, Development economic, India, Case studies], note_riservate=, source=(Eric Expanded Database, October 9, 2000), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0015594, recordOrigin=antonio6-6878., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=19990101-19991231}]
  • Frontani, Michael Ray
    The Beatles as Sign: Their Transformation from Moptops to Gramscian Intellectuals, 1998
    Ph.D. Dissertation. Ohio University
    SOGGETTI:Beatles; Musica; All'Estero: Gran Bretagna; Dyer, Richard; Egemonia; Comunicazioni Di Massa





    SolrDocument[{id=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0005114, livello=D3, titolo=The Beatles as Sign: Their Transformation from Moptops to Gramscian Intellectuals, sottotitolo=, tipo_titolo=uniform, responsability_namePart=[Frontani, Michael Ray], autorevoc=[Frontani, Michael Ray], responsability_codice=[IT-GRAMSCI-EACCPF0001-002256], responsability_ruolo=[author], first_author=Frontani, Michael Ray, forma_parallela=, responsability=Ph.D. Dissertation. Ohio University, note_edizione_traduzione=, luogo_pubblicazione=, editore=, forma_visualizzata=1998, forma_normalizzata=19980101-19981231, tipo_data=inferred, consistenza=, lingua=[eng], paese=[US], abstract=The transformation of the Beatles from teen idols to leaders of the youth movement. «This dissertation used as a theoretical base the work of Richard Dyer in star theory and Antonio Gramsci's notions of hegemony and the intellectual... could the Beatles be viewed as Gramscian intellectuals or agents? If so, in what sense?... In a hegemonic sense, the Beatles' acceptance by traditional intellectuals demnonstrates the operation of hegemony. Public culture had been altered: Concessions had been wrested by a subordinate group from the hegemonic class, thus establishing a new hegemony»., table_contents=, titolo_collana=, collocazione=, soggettivoc=[Beatles, Musica, All'Estero: Gran Bretagna, Dyer, Richard, Egemonia, Comunicazioni Di Massa], subjectvoc=[Beatles, music, Abroad, Great Britain, Dyer, Richard, Hegemony, Mass-Communications], note_riservate=, source=(Dissertations Online, Fall, 1999), recordInfo=lrighi@fondazionegramsci.org, identifier=IT-GRAMSCI-BIB00001-0005114, recordOrigin=antonio6-5223., condizioni_accesso=public, dateIssued=19980101-19981231}]