News from IASA
(Oct 21, 2013)
Dr. Rosemary Serra, a leading research sociologist from the University of Trieste in Italy, has come to New York as a visiting research scholar at the John D.
(Oct 10, 2013)
Each year IASA sponsors an international conference, publishes significant scholarly work in Italian American studies, and offers scholarships and travel stipends to students working in the field.
(Sep 24, 2013)
Dear Friend of the Italian American Studies Association, I'm writing with an urgent appeal.
From the Blog
(Apr 12, 2012)
The CUNY Gotham Center Forum Beyond Borders: Social Movements, Immigrants, and New York City in Transnational Context, 1895-1940 will explore the connections between immigration, race, policy, an
(Apr 11, 2012)
The follow-up volume to the successful 2004 anthology, Sweet Lemons 2: International Writings with a Sicilian Accent (Legas, 2010) features a diverse array of poetry and prose by writers of Sicil
Publications from IASA
Mario Aste, Sheryl Lynn Postman, Michael Pierson eds. 2004.   Volume 33. 2000. Greece and Italy: Ancient Roots and New Beginnings. Mario Aste, Sheryl Lynn Postman, Michael Pierson eds. 2004.
Paola Sensi-Isolani and Julian Tamburri, eds. 2001   Volume 32. 1999. Italian Americans: A Retrospective on the Twentieth Century. Paola Sensi-Isolani and Julian Tamburri, eds. 2001. 271 pp.
Philip V. Cannistraro, Jerome Krase, and Joseph V. Scelsa, eds. 2005   Volume 31. 1998. Italian American Politics: Local, Global/Cultural, Personal. Philip V.
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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