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IAWA: Prose, Poetry, Politics and Unsung Heroes Featuring Gil Fagiani, Stephen Siciliano Saturday, May 9 at Cornelia St. Cafe

(16 04 2015) IAWA .

The Italian American Writers Association (IAWA) presents two activist authors who are also co-founders of the Vito Marcantonio Forum, Gil Fagiani and Stephen Siciliano on...

America Loves Monti—and just maybe, so does Italy

(11 02 2012) Judith Harris

A subtle and sober intellectual economist in a discreet blue suit, the new "emergency premier" marks a departure from the recent Italian past. For one, he is hailed and respected...

Can Italy Be Too Italian?

(04 08 2010) Judith Harris

In a recent article New York Times reporter Michael Kimmelman asked the bizarre question “Is Italy Too Italian?” suggesting that Italy is so tradition bound, insular and...

Living in the New World, Choosing from the Old

(01 05 2009) Maria Laurino

How Old World Ways Are Circling Back into 21st Century Life

Decidedly Not Italian Enough

(10 02 2008) Joseph Sciorra

Some thoughts on why I chose to remain silent and why I now think it's worth a blog post, thanks to Anthony Tamburri.

The Cultural Politics of Coffee

(26 01 2008) Joseph Sciorra

In Search of a Decent Espresso in New York City.

Siamo tutti Italiani? That would be depressing...

(02 01 2008) Ottorino Cappelli

Italians are not unique in their malaise, says Chicago blogger Robert P. Baird. At least American graduate students are equally depressed by a sense that one is stuck in an...


(31 12 2007) Laura E. Ruberto

From Southern Italy to Southern California, rural Italy's turn as the Golden State.

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