A Political History of National Citizenship and Identity in Italy, 1861-1950

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Index
“Access to Citizenship” (Weil), 6–7, 26–27
Aegean islands. See Dodecanese (liberal period); Dodecanese (fascist period)
Aga Rossi, Elena, work of: Una nazione allo sbando, 221–224
Agnoletti, Enzo E., 237
Albania: citizenship arrangements and rights for Albanians, 199–202; end of monarchical union and citizenship issues, 246–248; monarchical union with fascist Italy, 198–199; statistics and ethnic composition, 199, 323–324n68. See also Racial thinking (fascist period)
Alhadef, Vittorio, 139, 310n48 Alienhood. See Foreigners Allegiance: monarchical 9–10, 19–20, 32, 220–221, 223–224, 240, 262, 302n21; republican, in post–1946 Italy, 239–246, 275; republican, in Salò, 231–233. See also Great Britain, monarchical subjecthood in Allies, Western, 218–222, 225, 230, 234, 247–249, 251–253, 257–259, 332n57 Ambrosio, Vittorio, 222
Amman, Alberto, and application for grand naturalization, 87
Amman, Edoardo, and application for grand naturalization, 87
Ascoli, Ugo, work of: “Le caratteristiche fondamentali del Welfare State italiano,” 53–54
Augustine–Adams, Kif, work of: “‘With Notice of the Consequences,’” 43
Austrian/Austro–Hungarian Empire: citizenship rights in, 51, 56, 324n71; nationality issues and international treaties, 17–18, 286n11, 295n5
Baccelli, Alfredo: on citizenship and emigrants, 108; on dual citizenship, 104
Badoglio, Pietro, 218–219, 220–223, 231, 332n57
Balbo, Italo, on citizenship in Libya, 211, 321–322n45
Ballini, Pier Luigi, 242
Bandiera, Attilio, 228
Bandiera, Emilio, 228
Barilatti, Achille, 226
Barrera, Giulia, works of: “Patrilinearità, razza e identità,” 188, 307n16; “Sex, Citizenship and the State,” 187, 308n21
Bartolus of Saxoferrato, on citizenship, 11
Bastianini, Giuseppe: 328–329n123; on citizenship in annexed lands, 207–208
Battisti, Cesare, 228
Bauböck, Rainer, work of: “The Rights and Duties of External Citizenship,” 96, 300n5
Benelli, Sem, 175
Benigni, Umberto, 64
Berger, Stefan, work of: “A Return to the National Paradigm?” 5
Bertola, Arnaldo, on citizenship in Dodecanese, 196

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