Gemma Harasim

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Gemma Harasim (1876 in Fiume – 1961 in Rome) was a known pedagogical writer from Fiume.

From 1907 to 1909, she got a scholarship from the municipality of Fiume to study at the University of Florence.[1] There she got in contact with the intellectual circle centered on "La Voce". She wrote four letters on the situation in Fiume that were published as Lettere da Fiume.[2]

She married Giuseppe Lombardo Radice, one of the first Italian pedagogues. The daughter Laura Lombardo Radice married the Italian communist Pietro Ingrao.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nella Sistoli Paoli, Da Fiume a Firenze: l’esperienza di Gemma Harasim, in Intellettuali di frontiera. Triestini a Firenze (1900 – 1950). Atti del Convegno (18 – 20 marzo 1983), a cura di Roberto Pertici, Firenze, Leo S. Olschki Editore, MCMLXXXV, vol. II, pp. 451-481.
  2. ^ Laura Lombardo Radice, Le “Lettere da Fiume” di Gemma Harasim, Fiume, Anno IX, N.3-4 luglio-dicembre 1961.