4 edition of Italian-American perspectives found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Preserving the future through the past (a personal assessment)., Legacy of Elena Cornaro to the Italian-American woman.|
|Statement||Anne Paolucci, Ann Merlino.|
|Contributions||Merlino, Ann., Paolucci, Anne., Merlino, Ann., Council on National Literatures.|
|LC Classifications||E184.I8 P28 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||2007369565|
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The books in this series deal with topics like yoga, Buddhism, consciousness, meditation, psychotherapy, education, and psychedelics from this perspective. Included in the series are the works of Stanislav Grof, founder of the field and SUNY Press’s best-selling author of all time. The narrative is tightly focused on her passengers, who found themselves plunged into a desperate struggle to survive. Exploring their lives and their rescues – many for the first time – Andrea Doria follows the effect this trauma had on their lives, and brings the story up to date with the latest expeditions to the wreck in a vibrant story of fatal errors, shattered lives, and the triumph 5/5(17).
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Preserving the future through the past (a personal assessment) / Anne Paolucci --The legacy of Elena Cornaro to the Italian-American woman / Ann Merlino. Other Titles: Preserving the future through the past (a personal assessment) Legacy of Elena Cornaro to the Italian-American woman.
Responsibility: Anne Paolucci, Ann Merlino. Italian Americans: The History and Culture of a. The entire Italian American experience—from America's earliest days through the present—is now available in a single wide-ranging work relates the entire saga of the Italian-American experience from immigration through assimilation to : Norton, W.
& Company, Inc. “The Italian Americans is a revelation―a rich and truthful history, full of little-known information, insight, and narrative color, giving full dimension to people far too often reduced to stereotype.”/5(57). The Italian Americans, Maria Laurino (Author) This gorgeous companion book to the PBS series illuminates an important, overlooked part of American history.
Radicalism had Italian-American perspectives book powerful but largely unacknowledged influence in the Italian-American community. This study brings together 16 selections that restore to Italian-American history the radical experience that has long remained suppressed, but that nevertheless helped shape both the Italian-American community and the American left.
The detailed introduction by the volume editors interprets the 5/5(1). The Italian American Review (IAR), a bi-annual, peer-reviewed journal of the John D.
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Welcome to Italian Americana, a double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to exploring the Italian emigrant/immigrant experience through both scholarly and creative works. Founded in by Italian-American perspectives book Gambino, together with Ernest Falbo and Bruno Arcudi, the journal was first published at Queens College, City University of New York.
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In his new book, The Godfather Effect, Santopietro looks at how the film saga portrays Italian-Americans and what that has meant for him, the film industry and the country. This book is about Italian American women, food, identity, and our stories at the table. This mother-daughter research team explores how Italian American working-class women from Syracuse, New York use food as a symbol and vehicle which carries multiple meanings.
In these narratives, food represents home, loss, and longing. Vecoli, Rudolph J. "The Search for Italian American Identity: Continuity and Change," in Italian Americans: New Perspectives in Italian Immigration and Ethnicity, edited by Lydio Tomasi.
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HERE ARE A NUMBER OF ways to assess the quiet yet spectacular rise of Italian-Americans in the United States today, but one of the best perspectives is.
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A former crooked cop looks back on his conflict-of-interest life as a policeman and midlevel grifter. Italian-American and native Chicagoan Pascente’s nonfiction debut, co-written with crime novelist Reaves (Mean Town Blues,etc.), is a rollicking mess of a wiseguy memoir that vividly evokes the sights, sounds, and sins of a long-vanished criminal gangland of : Fred Pascente.
Cinotto is one of the foremost experts on the Italian-American culinary experience, and also has the benefit of an outsider's perspective—being, well, a real Italian from Italy. He, along with Vincent Cannato, a historian at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, walked us through some of the seminal moments in the formation of Italian-American : Gemma Horowitz.
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About the Author. William J. Connell is Professor of History and La Motta Chair in Italian Studies at Seton Hall University.5/5(1). The paradox is that one of the great triumphs of modern Italian-American culture has also reinforced many of the negative stereotypes that have long dogged Italian Americans.
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Anne Paolucci was an Italian-American writer, scholar, and educator. She was a research professor and chair of the English Department at St. John's University in New York, and a prolific writer who published plays, short stories, novels, poetry, literary criticism, and : Anne Attura, JRome, Italy.The Italian American Experience: An Encyclopedia represents the first attempt to provide a truly comprehensive encyclopedic account of the Italian experience in the United States.
Over five years in the making, the more than four hundred entries contain much more than the standard set of biographies; the volume includes substantial analyses of topics relating to the arts, history, religion.
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