News from IASA
(Sep 11, 2013)
Click here to Download the 2013 IASA Conference Program
(May 03, 2013)
Italian-American Identity Politics New Orleans Marriott October 3-5, 2013
(Apr 06, 2013)
Dear IASA Members, We are pleased to announce the return of the IASA Newsletter, which will feature, among other items, member news.
From the Blog
(Mar 21, 2012)
To celebrate the centenary of Michelangelo Antonioni's birth, the Italian Cultural Institute in New York City  has organized a screening of the great Italian movie director, screenwriter, edi
(Mar 21, 2012)
Opening Wednesday, March 28 in New York City, La Vita è Cinema: The Films of Nanni Moretti is a comprehensive retrospective of the acclaimed Italian auteur, including all his feature films
(Mar 20, 2012)
For the past four decades, Anthony Riccio has documented, in word and image, the experiences of Italians and Italian-Americans not only in Southern Italy - from Campania to Sicily - but also in two cu
Publications from IASA
Frank J. Cavaioli, Angela Danzi, and Salvatore J. LaGumina, eds. 1993   Volume 24. 1991. Italian Americans and Their Public and Private Life. Frank J. Cavaioli, Angela Danzi, and Salvatore J.
Harral E. Landry, ed. 1994.   23. 1990. To See the Past More Clearly: The Enrichment of the Italian Heritage, 1890-1990. Harral E. Landry, ed. 1994. 285 pp. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Paola A. Sensi Isolani and Anthony Julian Tamburri, eds. 1990. 22. 1989. Italian Americans Celebrate Life: The Arts and Popular Culture. Paola A. Sensi Isolani and Anthony Julian Tamburri, eds.
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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