Two events made this year’s month of March a densely political one in Italy. On 4 March, the general election resulted in a hung Parliament, but saw the definite political victory of Italy’s two main populist parties: the Five Star … Continue reading “From Trilateral to Troika, and from the Five-Pointed Star to the Five Star Movement”
Stefano Ciammaroni is an independent scholar. He has a PhD in Cinema Studies from New York University and teaches film studies at Imperial College London and the University of the Arts London. He has written on Italian film and politics and the intersection of film and political theory. He lives between Rome and London.
Authored by Stefano Ciammaroni
On December 4th of last year, Italians voted “no” in a referendum on constitutional reforms that would have allowed Parliament to make bills into laws without Senate approval. A date that for the proponents of the reform should have ushered … Continue reading “The “No You Can’t” of Italian Neo-Marxist Dissent”