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  1. 1968-2001: Measuring the Distance.Paul Ginsborg, Luisa Passerini, Bo Stråth & Peter Wagner - 2002 - Thesis Eleven 68 (1):5-10.
    In its first part the article examines visions of the family during 1968 and the succeeding years. It concentrates in particular on alternative visions of the family, both at a theoretical level (as with David Cooper's Death of the Family), and at the level of social history, with the rise and fall of the commune movement. It does so with reference to a methodology which concentrates on relationships, principally those between the individual and the family, between family and between the (...)
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    `Utopia' and Desire.Luisa Passerini - 2002 - Thesis Eleven 68 (1):11-30.
    This article explores the change in meaning of the term `utopia' between 1968 and today. It proposes an interpretation of 1968 based on the connection between utopia and desire; the emergence of subjectivity in history meant a new way of becoming subjects of one's own history, and a new understanding of socio-political change, as including daily life and personal emotions.
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    Geneviève Dermenjian & Françoise Thébaud (dir.), Quand les femmes témoignent. Histoire orale. Histoire des femmes. Mémoire des femmes. [REVIEW]Luisa Passerini - 2010 - Clio 31:15-15.
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  4. Images of Europe.Luisa Passerini, Marina Nordera & Anthony Pagden - 2000 - European University Institute.
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  5. Memory and Utopia: The Primacy of Inter-Subjectivity.Luisa Passerini - 2005 - Routledge.
    'Memory and Utopia' looks at the connection between memory and forgetfulness in Europe during the twentieth century. Drawing on oral history and feminist theory and practice, the book highlights how women struggled to be recognized as full subjects. The themes of utopia and desire in the 1968 movements of students, women and workers are explored. 'Memory and Utopia' examines the sense of belonging to Europe that has emerged in the last twenty years. The book analyses European identity as expressed through (...)
     
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  6. Memory and Utopia: The Primacy of Inter-Subjectivity.Luisa Passerini - 2005 - Routledge.
    'Memory and Utopia' looks at the connection between memory and forgetfulness in Europe during the twentieth century. Drawing on oral history and feminist theory and practice, the book highlights how women struggled to be recognized as full subjects. The themes of utopia and desire in the 1968 movements of students, women and workers are explored. 'Memory and Utopia' examines the sense of belonging to Europe that has emerged in the last twenty years. The book analyses European identity as expressed through (...)
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