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Les associations de professeurs d’italien en France. Militantisme disciplinaire et stratégies d’influence transnationales de la fin du xixe siècle aux lendemains de la Première Guerre mondia

Abstract : From the beginning of the 1890s to the beginning of the 1920s, three associations take part in the structuring of the Italian language teaching profession in France. The Society of Italian studies, created by Charles Dejob in Paris in 1894, assembles elite networks and scientists networks from Italy and France to promote the learning of the Italian language in France. The Society distances itself from Italian emigrants in France, the latter being stigmatized by some of its members. Julien Luchaire creates in 1907 in Grenoble an Association of Italian teachers of the South-East of France, which is intended to serve his political fights aiming at reconciling Rome and Paris. Then, from 1916, the French-Italian Intellectual Union benefits from Italian and French public and private funds in the context of war propaganda. Italian and French diplomatic archives show that these funds allow to finance in 1919 the creation of the university review Études italiennes.
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Jérémie Dubois. Les associations de professeurs d’italien en France. Militantisme disciplinaire et stratégies d’influence transnationales de la fin du xixe siècle aux lendemains de la Première Guerre mondia. Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, ENS éditions, 2015, ⟨10.4000/laboratoireitalien.946⟩. ⟨hal-03011881⟩

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