Bosworth, R(ichard) J(ames) B(oon)
BOSWORTH, R(ichard) J(ames) B(oon)
BOSWORTH, R(ichard) J(ames) B(oon). Australian, b. 1943. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs. Career: University of Sydney, lecturer, 1969-73, sr. lecturer, 1974-80, associate professor, 1981-86; University of Western Australia, Nedlands, professor of history, 1987-. May Foundation for Italian Studies, Deputy Director, 1981-. Publications: Benito Mussolini and the Fascist Destruction of Liberal Italy, 1973; (ed. with G. Cresciani) Altro Polo: A Volume of Italian Studies, 1979; Italy, The Least of the Great Powers: Italian Foreign Policy Before the First World War, 1979; Italy and the Approach of the First World War, 1983; (ed. with G. Rizzo) Altro Polo: Study of Ideas and Intellectuals in Contemporary Italy, 1983; (with J. Wilton) Old Worlds and New Australia: A History of Non-British Migration to Australia since the Second World War, 1984: La Politica estera dell'Italia giolittiana, 1985; (ed. with M. Melia) Aspects of Ethnicity in Western Australia, 1991; (ed. with S. Romano) Il Problema della politica estera italiana, 1991; (with M. Bosworth) Fremantle's Italy, 1993; (ed. with R. Ugolini) War, Internment and Mass Migration: the Italo-Australian Experience, 1940-1990, 1992; Explaining Auschwitz and Hiroshima: History Writing and the Second World War 1945-1990, 1993; Italy and the Wider World 1860-1960, 1996; The Italian Dictatorship, 1998; (ed. with P. Dogliani) Italian Fascism: History, Memory and Representation, 1999; Mussolini, 2002. Address: History Dept, University of Western Australia, Nedlands, WA 6009, Australia.
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