From Turin to Boston (and back): A Transatlantic Feminist Network
Keywords:Turin, Boston, Feminism, New Left, Transatlantic Network
In September 1970, a group of women from Turin (Italy) embarked on a project in which they translated documents produced by the American feminist movement. By reconstructing the history of this translation project, this essay traces the origins of a transatlantic network between Italy and the United States by drawing on an analysis of the texts, public interventions and practices that were circulated in Italy following this historic encounter.
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