News from IASA
(Mar 12, 2013)
E Pluribus: What is Italian America? Edited by George Guida and Stanislao G Pugliese The editors of the volume seek essays from all disciplines, based on presentations from the 2012 Italian Amer
(Feb 21, 2013)
The Italian American Studies Association-Western Regional Chapter (IASA-WRC) is pleased to offer a one-time award of $500 for a graduate student or recent graduate-degree recipient whose research focu
(Feb 05, 2013)
IASA would like to thank its outgoing Executive Council members: Drs Carol Bonomo Albright, Dominic Candeloro, Luisa Del Giudice, Fred Gardaphe, and Robert Viscusi--for their years of outstanding serv
From the Blog
(Sep 08, 2014)
IAWA kicks of the month with its acclaimed eveniong of readings and opoen mic at the Cornelia Street Cafe in Manhattan.
(Sep 08, 2014)
The first session of the 2014-2015 Boston Immigration and Urban History Seminar will take place on September 23, when Natalia Molina of the University of California—San Diego will present on the
(Sep 01, 2014)
The self-taught artist Ralph Fasanella (1914-97), born in the Bronx to Italian immigrants, believed that painting could be a form of labor advocacy.
Publications from IASA
Richard N. Juliani, ed. 1983   13. 1980. The Family and Community Life of Italian Americans. Richard N. Juliani, ed. 1983. 191 pp. Chicago, Illinois.
John Paul Russo and Teri Ann Bengiveno eds. 2010   Italian Passages: Making and Thinking History. John Paul Russo and Teri Ann Bengiveno eds. 2010. 300 pp. Denver, Colorado.
Paolo A. Giordano, Anthony Julian Tamburri eds. 2009   Volume 39. 2006. Italian Americans in the Third Millennium: Social Histories and Cultural Representations. Paolo A.
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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