Tom Behan

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Tom Behan (22 June 1957 – 30 August 2010) was an academic and writer on Italian history, politics and culture and an active member of the British Socialist Workers Party for over 30 years.[1] He was a Senior Lecturer in Italian at the University of Kent at Canterbury,[2] author of the first political biography of Europe's leading radical playwright and winner of the 1997 Nobel Prize for Literature Dario Fo,[3] and an authority on Italian organised crime.[4]

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