FELICI, Isabelle. ["Italians in the Brazilian Anarchist Movement. 1890-1920"]

French title: "Les Italiens dans le mouvement anarchiste au Brésil, 1890-1920"

BrazilItaliansworking class movementFELICI, IsabelleBrazil.- History of anarchismCecilia Commune, BrazilROSSI, Giovanni. Agronome italien, fondateur de la communauté anarchiste Cecilia, au Parana (Brésil)* bibliographie

Thèse de Doctorat (Nouveau doctorat) : Études italiennes, dir. Mario Fusco, co-dir. Jean-Charles Vegliante. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle-PARIS 3 : 1994. [S.l.] : [s.n.]

Numerous anarchist militants were carried along with the flow of Italian immigrants to Brazil at the end of the nineteenth century.
The experiment of the Colonia Cecilia, founded by Giovanni Rossi in the state of Parana in 1890, was the first demonstration of this anarchist presence. But it was in Sao Paolo that the Italian anarchists were especially active, particularly in the press.
Between 1890 and 1920, some thirty Italian-language anarchist newspapers were published : special issues and periodicals with irregular circulation as well as weeklies that tracked Italian and Brazilian current events over the course of several years.
The study of these publications highlights one aspect of the Italian immigration to Brazil and allows one to evaluate the Italian contribution to the birth of the labor movement in Brazil.