News from IASA
(Nov 07, 2014)
The 47th annual Italian American Studies Association conference, Italians Without Borders: Transnational Italian (American) Experience, opened on October 17th, 2014, at the University of Toronto's sta
(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.
(Feb 24, 2014)
IASA fully supports the 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure. Please click the link below, to read the full statement.
From the Blog
(Feb 01, 2012)
The new Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies is a fully peer reviewed English language journal, which explores Italian cinema and media as sites of crossing, allowing critical discussion of the
(Jan 19, 2012)
On January 27, Friday, at 6:30 PM, Bordighera Pres will present the first volumes in its new series. Saggistica.
(Jan 19, 2012)
In conjunction with a public reading of John Hersey's A Bell for Adano, Laura Ruberto explores Italy’s role in World War II, focusing on acts of resistance and everyday experiences of Southe
Publications from IASA
Rudolph. J. Vecoli, ed. Volume 5. 1972. Italian American Radicalism: Old World and New World Developments. Rudolph. J. Vecoli, ed. 1972. 80 pp. The North End of Boston.
Francis X. Femminella, ed 4. 1971. Power and Class: The Italian American Experience Today. Francis X. Femminella, ed. 1973. 58 pp. Kosciuszko Foundation, New York.
Luciano J. Iorizzo, ed 3. 1970. An Inquiry Into Organized Crime. Luciano J. Iorizzo, ed. 1970. 87 pp. Casa Italiana, Columbia University, New York.
Publications from IASA Members
Palgrave Macmillan 2010.   Review "There are books that change your life ... because their content is a revelation which introduces you to a new world.

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