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Volume 8, Number 1


ARTICLES
The Making of Home in a New Land: A Study of the Significance of Personal Objects and Cultural Practices of Aging Italian and Greek Migrants in South Australia within a Transnational Context
Daniela Cosmini, Diana Glenn, Maria Palaktsoglou and Eric Bouvet

“Fresh Water Triumphs”: The Italian American Wine Industry’s Struggle Against Prohibition in California
Pietro Pinna

NOTES
The Political Ideology of Sabato Rodia: A “Natural Anarchist”?  
Michele Presutto and Luisa Del Giudice

Tesio’s Trip to Dante City
Sheri Mignano Crawford

REVIEW ESSAY
An Artist and His City: The Versatile Oeuvre of Gaetano Federici (18801964)
Francesca Sautman


BOOK REVIEWS
Italian Mobilities (Ruth Ben-Ghiat and Stephanie Malia Hom), by Cristina Lombardi-Diop

The Cultural Politics of U.S. Immigration:  Gender, Race, and Media (Leah Perry), by Shilpa Davé

Embroidered Stories: Interpreting Women’s Domestic Needlework from the Italian Diaspora (Edvige Giunta and Joseph Sciorra), by Diana Jocelyn Greenwold

The United States and Fascist Italy: The Rise of American Finance in Europe (Gian Giacomo Migone), by Ernest Ialongo

Flavor and Soul: Italian America at Its African American Edge (John Gennari), by Mark Naison

See You in the Streets: Art, Action, and Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire (Ruth Sergel), by Kenneth E. Foote

The Italian Emigration of Modern Times: Relations between Italy and the United States concerning Emigration Policy, Diplomacy and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment, 1870–1927 (Patrizia Famà Stahle), by Mark I. Choate
 
“No One Helped”: Kitty Genovese, New York City, and the Myth of Urban Apathy (Marcia M. Gallo), by Vincent J. Cannato

FILM REVIEWS
The Witness (James Solomon), by Dawn Esposito

Boston’s North End: An Italian American Story (John Balcom and Maureen McNamara), by Anthony Bak Buccitelli

EXHIBITION REVIEWS
Mario Badagliacca: Italy Is Out (curated by Mario Badagliacca), by Valerio Ferme

Vito Acconci: Where Are We Now (Who Are We Anyway?), 1976 (curated by Klaus Biesenbach), by Frederick Gross
 

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