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C URRICULUM V ITÆ OF I LARIA PAVAN
P ERSONAL DATA
• Born in La Spezia, Italy, on May 1, 1971.
• Institutional address: Scuola Normale Superiore, Piazza dei Cavalieri 7,
56126 Pisa, Italy.
• Telephone: +39–050–509305
• Fax: +39–050–563513
• Homepage: http://homepage.sns.it/pavan/
E DUCATION
(1) November 1999 – October 2002: PhD student in Contemporary History at
the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa (Italy). Awarded PhD with full marks
(70/70 cum laude) on March 7, 2003. Thesis title: Between indifference and
oblivion. The economic consequences of fascist racial laws in Italy (1938-1970).
(2) November 1993 – November 1998: Faculty of Humanities, University of
Pisa (Italy), Degree in History, 110/110 cum laude. Dissertation in Economic
History: The life of Federico Jarach: a Jewish entrepreneur in fascist Italy (1874–
1951). The dissertation won the 1999 Prize of the “Fondazione di Cultura
Ebraica Primo Levi”, Florence.
(3) July 1993: Degree in violin from the Conservatory “Arrigo Boito” in Parma.
E MPLOYMENT
(1) December 2010 – Present: Lecturer in Contemporary History at the Scuola
Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy.
(2) November 2005 – December 2010: Long term research position in Contemporary History at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy.
(3) July 2003 – March 2005: post-doctoral position at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa. Research project on The Italian Jews in the Age of Emancipation
(1861–1914).
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F ELLOWSHIPS AND VISITING POSITIONS
(1) March – May 2014: Visiting Scholar at the Center for Jewish Studies, Graduate Center of the City of University New York.
(2) January – May 2009: Visiting Scholar at the Institute of European Studies,
University of California, Berkeley, USA.
(3) October – December 2007: Scholarship Friends of the Library at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA.
(4) October 2005 – March 2006: fellowship at the Yad Vashem International
Institute for Holocaust Research In Jerusalem. Research project on The legal
status of the Jews. For a History of the Restoration of Jewish rights in post-war
Europe.
T EACHING
(1) Academic year 2014/15: PhD course “History of Political Institutions” at
the Faculty of Humanities of the Scuola Normale Superiore.
(2) Academic year 2013/14: M.A. course “History of contemporary Italy” at the
Department of Civilization and Culture, University of Pisa, 36 hours.
(3) February – May 2013: 15 lectures (30 hours), at the Scuola Normale Superiore, as part of the course in History of Political Institutions by Prof.
Sabino Cassese. Title of the course: “History of the Italian State after the
Unification”.
(4) Academic year 2012/13: M.A. course “History of contemporary Italy” at the
Department of Civilization and Culture, University of Pisa, 42 hours.
(5) February – May 2012: 15 lectures (30 hours), at the Scuola Normale Superiore, as part of the course in ”History of Political Institutions” by Prof.
Sabino Cassese. Title of the course: “History of the Italian State after the
Unification”.
(6) January–May 2010:, course “History of the Jews in Italy”, New York University, Florence.
(7) Academic years 2005–2012: tutoring and collaboration within the course
on Contemporary History by Prof. Daniele Menozzi at the Scuola Normale
Superiore.
PHD
STUDENTS
(1) Vanessa Ferrari (Scuola Normale Superiore), from November 2011. Thesis
topic: Arbeitsliteratur and the Third Reich. Workers in Nazi propaganda.
(Jointly with Professor Martin Baumeister, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit¨at,
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Munchen.)
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(2) Arbora Bishaj (Scuola Normale Superiore), from November 2013. Thesis
topic: The international dimension of nationalism: the international committees in the formation of the Albanian state (1908–1918). (Jointly with
Professor Professor Antonio Varsori, University of Padua.)
C OLLABORATIONS WITH PUBLIC BODIES
(1) Gennaio 2014 – Dicembre 2015: Scientific director of the exhibit “Jews in
Tuscany 1915–2015”, sponsored by the Tuscany Region and the Istituto
Storico della Resistenza e della Societ`a contemporanea of Livorno.
(2) May 2000 – May 2001: cooperation as a Researcher with the “Government
Commission for reconstruction of the events characterizing the acquisition
of Jewish assets by public and private bodies”, commission established in
November 1999 by the Italian Government to study the issue of the Jewish
assets seized and pillaged during the fascist racial persecution.
E DITORIAL B OARDS
(1) From October 2013: managing editor of “Contemporanea. Rivista di storia
dell’800 e del ’900”.
(2) From June 2011: member of the editorial board of “Contemporanea. Rivista
di storia dell’800 e del ’900”.
F UNDING
(1) June 2012 – June 2014: e 16,000 from Scuola Normale Superiore for the
project Radicalizing Fascist Antisemitic Propaganda. The “Centers for the Study
of the Jewish Problem” in Italy during World War II.
(2) October 2011 – September 2013: e 33,600 from the Italian Ministry of University (PRIN program) for the project “Oriental” Jews, Brothers and Modern
Martyrs: Zionism, Antisemitism, Philanthropy and Patriotism from the Point of
View of Italian Judaism (1861–1929), part of the National Program Jews and
South-Eastern European Nations, from 1848 to the Great Depression, headed by
Marco Dogo (University of Trieste).
(3) June 2010 – June 2012: e 12,000 from Scuola Normale Superiore for the
project Italian Antisemitism through Texts and Images: 1860–1938.
(4) December 2008: e 7,000 from the Regional Council of Tuscany for the organization of the conference “Verso le leggi razziali. Culture, mentalit`a
e ideologie dell’antisemitismo”, at the Scuola Normale Superiore and the
University of Pisa.
(5) October 2005 – September 2009: e 3,000 per year in research funds from
Scuola Normale Superiore.
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(6) May 2002 – May 2003: e 1,200 from Scuola Normale Superiore, Progetto
Giovani Ricercatori.
B ROAD RESEARCH INTERESTS
(1) Jews in Italy from the emancipation era to post-fascist times
(2) Italian antisemitism
(3) Fascism
(4) Social security and welfare state
T OPICS OF CURRENT RESEARCH
(1) History of the Italian welfare system in a transnational perspective (19th–
21st century)
(2) History of the Fascist social state
(3) Jewish property rights and the post-Shoah scenario
S ELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Books
(1) With Giuseppe Marcocci, Wietse de Boer, Aliocha Maldavsky (editors), Space
and Conversion in Global Perspective, Brill, Leiden 2014.
(2) With Matteo Al Kalak, Un’altra fede. Le case dei catecumeni in area estense (1583–
1938) [Another Faith. House of Converts in the Este Dukedom (1583–1938)],
Leo Olschki Editore, Florence 2013.
(3) With Francesca Pelini, La doppia epurazione. L’universit`a di Pisa e le leggi
razziali tra guerra e dopoguerra [The double purge. The University of Pisa and
the racial laws between war and postwar], Il Mulino, Bologna 2009.
(4) Il podest`a ebreo. La storia di Renzo Ravenna tra fascismo e leggi razziali, [The
Jewish mayor. The story of Renzo Ravenna from Fascism to racial laws]
Laterza, Roma–Bari, 2006.
(5) Persecution, Indifference and Amnesia. The Restoration of Jewish Rights in Postwar Italy, published in Search and Research, Lectures and Paper, Yad Vashem
International Institute for Holocaust Research, Jerusalem 2006.
(6) Tra indifferenza e oblio. Le conseguenze economiche delle leggi razziali in Italia
(1938–1970) [Between indifference and oblivion. The economic consequences
of Italian racial laws (1938–1970)], Le Monnier, Firenze 2004.
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(7) With Guri Schwarz (editors), Gli ebrei in Italia tra persecuzione e reintegrazione
postbellica [Italian Jews between persecution and postwar reintegration],
Giuntina, Firenze 2001.
(8) Il Comandante. La vita di Federico Jarach e la memoria di un’epoca (1874–1951),
[The Commander. The life of Federico Jarach and the memory of an Age
(187–1951)], Proedi, Milano 2001.
Articles
(1) Un progetto “clandestino” di riforma. Fanfani e la previdenza sociale [A “clandestine” reform project. Fanfani and social security], “Contemporanea” 18, n. 1,
2015, pp. 91–118.
(2) Italian Jews and Fascism, Fascism, Anti-Semitism, and Racism: An Ongoing
Debate, “Telos” n. 164, (Fall 2013), pp. 45–62.
(3) “Diritti di libert`a” e politiche religiose. Sguardi ebraici durante il fascismo (1922–
1930), “Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Classe di lettere e
filosofia”, serie 5 (2013), 5/1, pp. 129–161.
(4) The Jews in the Local Economy, in R. Weinstein (ed.), Jewish Communities in the
East in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Italy, p. 39–54, Ben-Zvi Institute,
Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Ministry of Education, Jerusalem
2012 (in Hebrew).
(5) Fascismo, antisemitismo, razzismo. Un dibattito aperto [Fascism, antisemitism,
racism. An ongoing debate], in D. Menozzi ed., A 70 anni dale leggi razziali.
Non solo memoria, Giunta Regionale Toscana – Carocci, Rome 2010, pp. 31–52.
(6) A betrayed community: the Italian Jewish community facing persecution, in “Holocaust Studies” vol. 15, 2009, n. 1–2, pp. 127–145. Reprinted in D. Tilles,
S. Garau (eds.): Fascism and the Jews. Italy and Britain, Vallentine Mitchell,
London–Portland, 2011, pp. 141–160.
(7) Entries “Action Franc¸aise”, “Pio XII”, “Matrimoni misti” [“Mixed Marriages”], in Adriano Prosperi and John Tedeschi (editors), Dizionario dell’Inquisizione [Encyclopedia of the Inquisition], Edizioni della Normale, Pisa
2010, respectively vol. 1, pp. 18–19, vol. 2, pp. 1011-1012 and vol. 3, pp.
1222–1224.
(8) Gli storici italiani e la Shoah, [Italian historians and the Shoah] in S. Levis
Sullam, E. Traverso, A.M. Matard Bonucci, M. Flores (editors), Storia della
Shoah in Italia [The History of the Shoah in Italy], Utet, Torino 2010, vol. 2,
pp. 133–164.
(9) Una premessa dimenticata. Il Codice penale del 1930 [A Forgotten Premise. The
Fascist Penal Code of 1930], in Marina Caffiero (editor), Le radici storiche
dell’antisemitismo in Italia [The Historical Roots of Italian Anti-Semitism],
Viella, Roma 2009, pp. 1–30.
(10) Roncalli e gli ebrei dalla Shoah alla Declaratio Nostra Aetate, Tracce di un percorso
[Pope John XXIII and the Jews from the Shoah to the Declaratio Nostra Aetate], in the proceedings of the international conference “L’ora che il mondo
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sta attraversando”, edited by F. Mores, Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura,
Roma 2009, pp. 213–240.
(11) L’impossibile rigenerazione. Ostilit`a antiebraiche nell’Italia liberale (1873–1913)
[The Impossible Regeneration. Anti-Jewish hostility in Liberal Italy 1873–
1913], “Storia e problemi contemporanei”, XX (2008), n. 50, pp. 34–67.
(12) Definire, segregare, espropriare. Il decreto legge del 17 novembre 1938 [Definition,
Segregation, Expropriation. The racial decree of November 17, 1938], “La
Rassegna mensile di Israel”, LXXIII, 2009, n. 2, pp. 187–207.
(13) L’Universit`a di Pisa e la persecuzione razziale [The University of Pisa and Racial
Persecution], in Le vie della libert`a. Maestri e discepoli nel “laboratorio pisano”
tra il 1938 e il 1943, Carocci, Roma 2008, pp. 32–49.
(14) La cultura penale fascista e il dibattito sul razzismo (1928–1943) [Fascist Criminal
Law Culture and the Debate on Racism], “Ventunesimo Secolo”, VII (2008),
n. 8, pp. 45–79.
(15) Renzo Ravenna, il podest`a ebreo di Ferrara [Renzo Ravenna, the Jewish mayor
of Ferrara], in P. Bernardini, G. Luzzatto Voghera, P. Mancuso (editors), Gli
ebrei e la destra. Nazione, stato, identit`a e famiglia, Aracne, Roma 2007.
(16) Bibliografia di Roberto Vivarelli (1954–2006)[Bibliography of Roberto Vivarelli],
“Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa”, Serie IV, vol. IX, n. 1, Pisa
2007, pp. 221–238.
(17) “Cingi al fianco, o prode, la spada”. I rabbini italiani di fronte alla Grande Guerra,
[Italian Rabbis and World War I] “Rivista di storia del Cristianesimo”, II
(2006), n. 2, pp. 335–358.
(18) Prime note su razzismo e diritto in Italia. L’esperienza della rivista “Il Diritto
Razzista” (1939–1942), [Race and law in Italy. The case of the fascist journal
“The Racist Law”] in D. Menozzi, M. Moretti, R. Pertici (editors), Culture e
libert`a. Studi di storia in onore di Roberto Vivarelli, Edizione della Normale,
Pisa 2006, pp. 371–418.
(19) Le Welfare e l’azione degli enti locali [Welfare policies and the action of the
local government bodies], in Roberto Di Quirico (editor), Le politiche locali
nella provincia di Pisa, European Press Academic Publishing, Firenze 2005,
pp. 197–256.
(20) Il difficile dopoguerra. Le leggi di reintegrazione e la restituzione dei beni ebraici
in Italia (1945–1970) [Post-war hardship. The reintegration laws and the
restitution of Jewish assets in Italy], “Qualestoria”, XXXIII (2004), n. 2.
pp. 97–117.
(21) Ebrei in affari tra realt`a e pregiudizio. Paradigmi storiografici e percorsi di ricerca
dall’Unit`a alle leggi razziali [Jews in business between reality and prejudice.
Research paths from the age of Emancipation to racial persecution], “Quaderni Storici”, XXXVIII, (2003) n. 3, pp. 776–821.
(22) La presenza ebraica nell’economia italiana alla vigilia delle leggi razziali. Prime note
[The Jewish presence in the Italian economy on the eve of the racial laws],
“Rassegna Mensile di Israel”, LXIX, (January–April 2003), n. 1., pp. 287–321.
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(23) Indifferenz und Vergessen. Juden in Italien in der Kriegs und Nachkriegszeit
(1938–1970), in C. Goschelr, P. Ther (Hrsg.), Raub und Restituzion. Arisierung
und Ruckerstattung
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judische
¨
Eigentums in Europa, Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt
am Main 2003, pp. 154–169. Translated into English as Indifference and
forgetting: Italy and its Jewish community after World War II, in C. Goshler,
P. Ther (editors), Robbery and Restitution, Bargham, New York. Translated
into French as Indiff´erence et oubli: les juifs en Italie pendant et apr`es la guerre
(1938–1970) in C. Andrieu (editor), Spoliations et restitutions des biens juifs,
´
Editions
Autrement, Paris 2007, pp. 252–268.
(24) Gli incerti percorsi della reintegrazione. Note sugli atteggiamenti della magistratura
repubblicana, 1945–1964 [The uncertain paths of reintegration. Remarks
on republican magistrature attitudes, 1945–1965], in I. Pavan, G. Schwarz
(editors) Gli ebrei in Italia tra persecuzione e reintegrazione postbellica [Italian
Jews between persecution and postwar reintegration], Giuntina, Firenze
2001, pp. 85–113.
(25) In the General Report edited by the “Italian Government Commission for
reconstruction of the events characterizing the acquisition of Jewish assets
by public and private bodies”, (Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato, Roma 2001),
wrote the essays Racial legislation and the entrepreneurs, and on the Bank
Monte dei Paschi di Siena, pp. 303–321 and 445–469 respectively.
(26) I beni industriali ebraici dalle leggi razziali ai processi di reintegrazione del dopoguerra [Jewish industrial assets from racial laws to post-war reintegration],
“Mezzosecolo”, Annali n. 12 (1997–1998), pp. 343–375.
Forthcoming
(1) Not facing the past: Italian post-fascist policies toward the Jews (1943–2001). In
“Yod. Revue des e´ tudes h´ebra¨ıques et juives” n. 20, 2015.
(2) With Carlotta Ferrara degli Uberti, editors, L’impossibile rigenerazione. Linguaggi e immagini dell’antisemitismo italiano, 1861–1929 [The impossible regeneration. Narratives and images of Italian antisemitism, 1861–1929], Viella,
Rome, 2015.
(3) The Lord of Hosts is with us: Italian Rabbis respond to the Great War, accepted
for publication in “Jewish History” (Spring 2015).
(4) Second updated edition, in English, of Tra indifferenza e oblio. Le conseguenze
economiche delle leggi razziali in Italia (1938–1970), accepted for publication as
part of the “Holocaust Fundamental Research Series” Yad Vashem Publications, Jerusalem.
(5) Les Juifs italiens et le fascisme. In “Revue d’histoire de la Shoah” n. 201 (Winter
2016).
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O RGANIZATION OF CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
(1) November 12, 2012: Encounters and estrangements. The Jews and the nation
states of south–eastern Europe (19th – 20th centuries), International Workshop
within the National PRIN Project “The Jews and the Nation States of South
Eastern Europe from 1848 revolutions to the Great Depression: combining
viewpoints on a controversial story”, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa.
(2) December 13–14, 2011: Space and conversions: Urban Stages, Institutions and
Interiority (16th –20th Centuries), Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa. Organizing
committee: Aliocha Maldavsky, David Sorkin, Giuseppe Marcocci, Ilaria
Pavan.
(3) December 1, 2009: Toward the racial laws. Culture, mentality and ideologies of
antisemitism, Scuola Normale Superiore and Universit`a di Pisa, Dipartimento
di Storia.
(4) May 28, 2008: The antisemitic racial laws of 1938 and their application in Ravenna
and Romagna, Dipartimento di storia e metodi per la conservazione dei beni
culturali, Universit`a di Bologna. Organizing committee: Roberto Finzi, Ilaria
Pavan, Mauro Perani , Liliana Picciotto , Michele Sarfatti.
(5) 13 Maggio 2000: Jews and antisemitism in contemporary Italy, Workshop, Department of Modern History, University of Pisa.
S ELECTED INVITED TALKS AT ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS
AND IN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
(1) The “Anselmi Commission” (1998-2001), in “European Shoah Legacy Institute
Provenance Research Training Program”, Rome, December 8–12, 2014.
(2) La Shoah e i processi degli anni ’90. Il caso italiano in prospettiva transnazionale
[The Shoah and trials of the ’90. The Italian case in a transnational perspective], in “Nei Tribunali. Pratiche e protagonisti della giustizia di transizione”,
Italienisch-Deutsches Historisches Institut, Trento, December 4–5, 2014.
(3) Not Facing the Past: Italian Post-Fascist Policies toward the Jews (1943-2001).
Center for Jewish Studies, Graduate Center of the City of University New
York, May 7, 2014.
(4) The Attitudes of Italian Jews Towards Fascism in the 1920s. Center for Jewish
Studies, Graduate Center of the City of University New York, May 1, 2014.
(5) Dal lavoro al bisogno. Note sulla storia delle sicurezza sociale in Italia [From
Labor to Freedom from Want. Notes on the History of Social Security in
Italy]. Universit`a di Napoli Federico II, March 18, 2014.
(6) Previdenza o sicurezza sociale? Proposte e dibattiti sui diritti sociali nel dopoguerra
italiano [Social Insurance or Social Security? Proposals and discussions in the
Italian Postwar Period], Seminario SISSCO, Universit`a di Bologna, February
13, 2014.
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(7) La parabola del Welfare in Italia [The trajectory of welfare in Italy]. In “First
meeting of the Italian Society of Labor History”, Bologna (Italy), December
12–14 2013.
(8) Italian Jewish Institutional and Cultural Elites and Fascist Religious Policies. In
“The Lateran Pacts, the Rights of the Jews and Other Religious Minorities. A
Chapter in the History of Church and State Relations”, New York University
` Primo Levi Center, New York October 23–24,
– Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo,
2013.
(9) Not facing the past: Italian post-fascist policies toward the Jews (1943–2001).
In “The Politics of Repair: Restitution and Reparations in the Wake of
the Holocaust”, Summer Research Workshop of the Center for Advanced
Holocaust Studies (U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum), Washington D.C.,
July 22 – August 2, 2013.
(10) Confiscation of Jewish Property in Europe, 1933–1945. New Sources and Perspectives. In European Holocaust Research Infrastructure, Summer School,
M´emorial de la Shoah, Paris, July 15, 2013.
(11) Les Juifs italiens et le fascisme. In “Penser et Enseigner la Shoah”, M´emorial
de la Shoah – Centre de documentation juive contemporaine, Paris, June 27,
2013.
(12) The Italian responsibility in the deportation of Jews (1943–1945). In “Penser et
Enseigner la Shoah”, M´emorial de la Shoah – Centre de documentation juive
contemporaine, Paris, January 5, 2012.
(13) The Italian Experience. In “Holocaust Art Looting & Restitution”, International Symposium, organized by Cristie’s and the International Association
of Lawyers, Milan, June 23, 2011.
(14) The Economic Persecution of Italian Jews. Fascism and its Aftermath. In “Lessons
and Legacies XI”, organized by Holocaust Educational Foundation, Atlantic
University, Boca Raton, Florida, November 4–7, 2010.
(15) The neglected spoliation. The economic consequences of the Fascist anti-Jewish persecution, 1938–1945, in “Racial Policies in Fascist Italy: New Documents and
Perspectives. A Symposium”, New York University, Skirball Department
for Hebrew and Judaic Studies, in cooperation with the Primo Levi Center
(New York) and the Center for Contemporary Jewish Documentation in
Milan, November 3, 2010.
(16) Social-economic impact of the fascist racial laws, 1938–1945. In “Racism, war,
atrocity, and its aftermath in Italy, 1938–2010”, Imperial War Museum, organised by the Holocaust Research Centre, Royal Holloway University of
London, in cooperation with the Imperial War Museum and the British
Academy, September 26, 2010.
(17) Italy’s Houses of Cathecumens in the Era of Emancipation. In “Ninth European
Association for Jewish Studies Congress — Judaism in the Mediterranean
Context”, Ravenna, July 25–29, 2010.
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(18) The neglected spoliation. The case of Italy 1938–1945. In “Aryanization and
the Spoliation of Jews in Nazi Europe (1933–1945)”, International Congress
organized by the City of Grenoble, Fondation pour la M´emoire de la Shoah,
CRHIPA (Grenoble University II), IRICE (CNRS, Paris), CRHQ (CNRS,
Caen), Department of Modern German History (Humboldt University,
Berlin) and Research Centre for Contemporary History (Hamburg), June
1–4, 2010.
(19) The “House of Catechumens” of Modena during the Emancipation age (1804–1941),
Fifteenth World Congress of Jewish Studies Jerusalem, August 2–6, 2009.
(20) The Italian Jewish Community between Fascism and post-Fascism, Institute of
European Studies, University of California, Berkeley, April 13, 2009.
(21) The restoration of Jewish rights in postwar Western Europe and United States. The
legislations compared (1944-1964), in “Beyond Camps and Forced Labour”,
third international multidisciplinary conference on survivors of Nazi persecution, January 7–9, 2009, Imperial War Museum, London.
(22) International conference “Le leggi razziali del 1938 e l’educazione ebraica in
Italia” [The racial laws of 1938 and Jewish education in Italy] Yad Vashem
International Institute for Holocaust Research, Jerusalem, October 26–28,
2008.
(23) Le radici storiche dell’antisemitismo in Italia. Nuove ricerche, nuove fonti [The
historical roots of antisemitism in Italy. New researches, new sources], Deutsches Historischens Institut in Rom and Universit`a di Roma La Sapienza
(Department of Modern and Contemporary History), Rome, December
13–14, 2007.
(24) International conference “The Legacy of the Holocaust: the world before,
` May 24–26, 2007.
the world after”, Jagiellonian University, Krakow,
(25) Symposium marking the publication of the book Il Podest`a ebreo: La Storia
di Renzo Ravenna tra Fascismo e leggi razziali, by Ilaria Pavan, Yad Vashem
International Institute for Holocaust Research, Jerusalem, July 20, 2006.
(26) The Restoration of Jewish Rights in post-war Europe, Yad Vashem International
Institute for Holocaust Research, Jerusalem, June 22, 2006.
(27) Renzo Ravenna, il podest`a ebreo di Ferrara [Renzo Ravenna, the Jewish mayor
of Ferrara], international conference “Adesione, confronto e scontro dell’ebraismo italiano con la cultura politica di destra”, Center for Italian and
European Studies (CIES), Boston University in Padova, February 15–16,
2005.
(28) Between indifference and oblivion. The economic consequences of fascist racial
laws in Italy (1945-1970), in the conference “Reconceptualizing Jewishness
in Postwar Europe”, Institute of Jewish Studies, University of Antwerp,
January 14–16, 2005.
(29) From Fascist Persecutions to German Occupation: The Aryanization of Jewish
Properties in Italy, in the Italian and Israeli Researchers’ Workshop “Fascism, War and Memory”, Yad Vashem International Institute for Holocaust
Research, Jerusalem, October 10–14, 2004.
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(30) The reintegration of Italian Jews and the behaviour of the Italian Judicial System,
1945–1965, in “Beyond Camps and Forced Labour”, first international multidisciplinary conference, Imperial War Museum, London, January 29–31,
2003.
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