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Calì, Vincenzo, ed. (1988) Cesare Battisti Geografo: Carteggi 1894–1916, Trento: Temi. Calì, Vincenzo (2003) Patrioti senza patria: I democratici Trentini fra Otto e Novecento, Trento: Temi, 2003. Caraci, Ilara Luzzana (2001) “Modern Geography in Italy: From the Archives to Environmental Management,” in Gary S. , Geography: Discipline, Profession and Subject since 1870: An International Survey, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishing. Geopolitics and Nationalism M 41 D’Angelo, Lucio (1984) Radical-socialismo e radicalismo sociale in Italia (1892– 1914), Rome: Giuffre.
In Florence, Battisti discovered geography and geopolitics, as well as socialism. He became associated with a local socialist group whose members, including Gaetano Salvemini, Ugo Guido, Rodolfo Monfolfo, and Assunto Mori, later became important figures in Italy’s political life. In this intellectual circle, he met his wife, Ernesta Bittanti, who provided both companionship and political inspiration (Calì 1988: vii–xx). In 1899, Battisti decided to leave academia and returned to Trento to join the Socialist Party.
When he had studied in Turin three years earlier, Battisti discovered socialism. In the industrial and conservative northwestern Italian city, he encountered student leaders and trades unionists who introduced him to the theoretical models of German socialism. His subsequent experiences in Graz—where he was actively involved in founding a socialist student movement and newspaper—helped sharpen his ideas about the need for a close interaction between students and the proletariat. In the battle for social justice, he came to believe, students could provide intellectual leadership and workers could offer practical insights on the economic and social relations in society (Battisti 1966a : 86–87).