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Tracey Reimann-Dawe

Afrikareisende works are actually interwoven to form a macrotext stretching across generations of travelers. The three explorers discussed here undertook their expeditions during an era of extensive political momentum that preceded German unification. Thus, we

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Rosanna Dematté

From June 17 to August 21, 2011 the University of Innsbruck (Austria) hosted the group exhibition “L’Italia alla finestra: Außen- und Innensichen” (Italy at window: Outside and outside views), commemorating the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy. The bilingual title focuses on the necessity to consider a country from several perspectives. Seven artists from Italy and Austria, belonging to different generations, were invited to the baroque cellars of the Imperial Palace of Innsbruck to give their perspective and present their work.

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Mariana C. Françozo

, featuring objects, documents, replicas, and more than forty multimedia stations. The journey begins in 1861, the year of the unification of Italy and the start of the official emigration flow to the Americas, and ends in the present day with the arrival of

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Eileen Barker

Linda Woodhead, James T. Richardson, Martyn Percy, Catherine Wessinger, and Eileen Barker

the Unification Church, as well as other new religious organizations she has studied. Additionally, she has spent years attending anti-cult conferences to promote dialogue with anti-cult scholars as well as non-professional anti-cultists. Eileen has