Italian American Review Summer 2011 Volume 1 Number 2

Italian American Review
Summer 2011 Volume 1 Number 2

“We Only Done What Any Red-Blooded American Boys Would Do:” The Making of Italian Americans in East New York, 1966, by Maria C. Lizzi

The Pitfalls of the “Italian Diaspora,” by Stefano Luconi

Giuseppe De Franco (1933–2010): A Remembrance of an Immigrant Folk Musician, by Anna L. Wood

Staying Italian: Urban Change and Ethnic Life in Postwar Toronto and Philadelphia (Jordan Stanger-Ross), by Ronald H. Bayor

Dances with Spiders: Crisis, Celebrity and Celebration in Southern Italy (Karen Lüdtke), by Laura Biagi

Religious Festive Practices in Boston’s North End (Augusto Ferraiuolo), by Circe Sturm

The Imagined Immigrant: Images of Italian Emigration to the United States between 1890 and 1924 (Ilaria Serra), Joseph P. Cosco

The Sopranos (Dana Polan), by Michael R. Frontani

Oral History, Oral Culture, and Italian Americans (Luisa Del Giudice, ed.), by Ronald Grele

And They Came to Chicago: The Italian American Legacy (Gia M. Amella), by Mark Naison

Chippers (Nino Tropiano), by Simone Cinotto

Our Story: Italian-Americans in Utah (Sam Prigg, Joanne R. Milner,
and Alan Lucchetti)
Famiglia Italiana in Corning, NY (Richard La Vere and
Constance R. Sullivan-Blum)
by Christine F. Zinni

Monongah Remembered (Peter Argentine), by William Mello

Watch the Pallino (Stephanie Foerster), by Michael Buonanno and Courtney Ruffner

Triangle Factory Fire Online Exhibit, by Mary Anne Trasciatti

A Blog from WWII. Diary of an Italian Deportee, by Ilaria Serra