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
(Feb 15, 2012)
Italy is a linguistically diverse country. At a national level, many languages (minority languages, immigrant languages, "dialects") are spoken, in addition to standard Italian.
(Feb 15, 2012)
Nuova Rivista Storica - Newsletter 2 - 2012 è consultabile in rete all’indirizzo: http://www.nuovarivistastorica.it/?p=2919  Il sommario completo con gli abstracts dei saggi cont
(Feb 15, 2012)
Thursday, March 22, 2012 6:00pm until 7:30pm The John D. Calandra Ital;ian American Institute 25 West 43rd Street, 17th Floor New York The Philip V.
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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