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A Deformed Emancipation: Lea Melandri and the Lie of Gender Equality

LEA MELANDRI WAS BORN in the town of Fusignano in 1941, the same year that Italy declared war on the United States, four years before Italian women were granted full voting rights. She would eventually move to Milan, become a feminist revolutionary, and help found and run the influential magazine L’erba voglio as well as the Free University of Women. But before all that, […]

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