Victoria de Grazia

Photo of Victoria de GraziaPhoto | Nancy GoldringVictoria de Grazia is Moore Collegiate Professor of History at Columbia University and a founding editor of Radical History Review. Her widely translated, prizewinning books include Irresistible Empire: America’s Advance through Twentieth-Century Europe and How Fascism Ruled Women. She has received the Woodrow Wilson, Jean Monnet, and Guggenheim fellowships and the Rome Prize Fellowship from the American Academy in Rome.

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Cover: The Perfect Fascist: A Story of Love, Power, and Morality in Mussolini’s ItalyThe Perfect Fascist: A Story of Love, Power, and Morality in Mussolini’s ItalyDe Grazia, VictoriaPAPERBACK03/22/2022$22.95Not yet available
Cover: The Perfect Fascist: A Story of Love, Power, and Morality in Mussolini’s ItalyThe Perfect Fascist: A Story of Love, Power, and Morality in Mussolini’s ItalyDe Grazia, VictoriaHARDCOVER08/11/2020$35.00
Cover: Irresistible Empire: America’s Advance through Twentieth-Century EuropeIrresistible Empire: America’s Advance through Twentieth-Century EuropeDe Grazia, VictoriaPAPERBACK10/31/2006$34.00
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