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
(Mar 15, 2012)
The 71st annual meeting of the Western States Folklore Society (WSFS) will be held 20-21 April 2012 in Sacramento, CA.
(Mar 15, 2012)
Moving from its home in New Orleans, the American Italian Research Library will be rededicated Saturday, March 17, at 10:30 a.m.
(Mar 15, 2012)
The Association of Personal Historians will hold its 18th Annual Conference, Turning Points, this year at the Hilton Frontenac Hotel in St. Louis, MO from October 17-21.
Publications from IASA
Richard N. Juliani and Philip V. Cannistraro, eds. 1989. 19. 1986. Italian Americans: The Search for a Usable Past. Richard N. Juliani and Philip V. Cannistraro, eds. 1989. 304 pp.
 William Egelman and Jerry Krase, eds. 1987   18. 1985. The Melting Pot and Beyond: Italian Americans in the Year 2000. William Egelman and Jerry Krase, eds. 1987. 318 pp.
Joseph L. Tropea, James E. Miller, and Cheryl Beatti-Repetti, eds. 1986.   17. 1984. Support and Struggle: Italians and Italian Americans in a Comparative Perspective. Joseph L.
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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