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Toward an Anthropology of Poverty: Ethnographic Observations in Turin


Drawing our inspiration from Simmel’s classic reflections on the poor and Paugam’s analytic work on the “elementary forms of poverty,” this essay aims to offer some reflections on the experience of poverty through constant reference to our ethnographic researches among unemployed and homeless people in Turin. Leggi tutto »

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Numero 20 POVERTY December, 2017 - Autore:,


Urban Space Pedagogy: Turin, a “Risorgimento” City

Num°11 SPACE
Odoardo Tabacchi, Monumento a Giuseppe Garibaldi, 1887. Fotografia di Mario Gabinio, 17 luglio 1926. © Fondazione Torino Musei - Archivio fotografico

In the second half of nineteenth century Italy, “urban space pedagogy” becomes popular. It is the tendency to promote national consciousness and identity among the adult populace, which is for the most part illiterate, via a channel that is alternative to school education and focuses on collective imagination and the emotional sphere through the transformation of the town into an open air museum. Leggi tutto »

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Numero 11 SPACE July, 2014 - Autore:

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