News from IASA
(Apr 15, 2015)
Italian American Values The Marriott—Wardman Park Hotel Washington, D.
(Apr 15, 2015)
All spring meetings fall between Mother's Day weekend and Memorial Day weekend.
(Mar 12, 2015)
The MLA Italian American Literature Discussion group is seeking scholars and instructors interested in presenting at its round-table session—Negotiating Ethnic Politics: Teaching Ethnic Literatu
From the Blog
(Aug 01, 2014)
The National Italian American Foundation has enlisted IASA's help in writing and conducting a poll to gather information on what Italian Americans expect from their Italian American organizations.
(Aug 01, 2014)
Maria Mazziotti Gillan, award-winning poet and Paterson, NJ, native, was honored on June 29 by the Cultural Ministery of San Mauro, Cilento, Italy, province of Salerno, the region her parents came fro
(Jul 15, 2014)
The worldwide Transnationalizing Modern Languages Project investigates cultural exchange within communities and individuals across time and space.
Publications from IASA
(Jul 30, 2014)
Click below to download the program for the 2014 IASA Conference, in Toronto, Canada, from October 17th to October 19th. To register for the conference, please click here.
Dennis Barone, Stefano Luconi eds., 2010. 41st AIHA Conference, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut. November 6-8, 2008. Download the Conference program here.
Remigio U. Pane, ed. Italian Americans in the Professions. Remigio U. Pane, ed. 1983. 290 pp. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Publications from IASA Members
Summary A cogent and multi-generational recounting of the lives of major personalities and institutions that shaped the Italian American experience in Rochester, with attention to: World War II, en
Pioneering Italian American Culture - Escaping La Vita della Cucina: Essays, Interviews, Reviews by and About Daniela Gioseffi, with an Introduction by Angelina Oberdan Daniela Gioseffi, American
Purdue University Press, 2000. This anthology is designed to appeal to both popular and scholarly audiences.

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