American Italian Historical Association Book Sets Available
Our thirty five year record of scholarship and research is one of the major sources to which Italian Americans and the general public can turn to find an authentic alternative to the bizarre image that the mass media has carved out for Italian Americans. In an era of social mobility and family change, the work of organizations like the AIHA can preserve the traditions, history, and literature by and about Italian Americans from one generation to the next. Our authors and editors include names like Professors Rudolph Vecoli, Fred Gardaphe, Jerome Krase, Richard Juliani, Anthony Tamburri and many others who are among the leading scholars in their fields. Taken together the AIHA books include more than 200 studies of important issues. Order a set for your local college and public library and order a set for yourself. The following 20 titles are available for $100 including postage only while supplies last. Order today!
AMERICAN ITALIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION BOOKS
Power and Class: The Italian American Experience Today. Ed. Frances X. Femminella (1971) pp. 58.
Italian American Radicalism: Old World Origins and New World Developments. Ed. Rudolph J. Vecoli (1972) pp. 80.
The Italian Immigrant Woman in North America. Ed. Betty Boyd Caroli, Robert F. Harney, and Lydio F. Tomasi (1977) pp. 386
Italian Americans in the Professions. Ed. Remigio U. Pane, with an Introduction by Giovanni Schiavo (1983) pp. 290.
The Family and Community Life of Italian Americans. Ed. Richard N. Juliani (1983) pp. 191.
Italian Immigrants in Rural and Small Town America. Ed. Rudolph J. Vecoli (1987) pp. 204.
The Italian Americans Through the Generations: The First One Hundred Years. Ed. Rocco Caporale (1986) pp. 263.
The Interaction of Italians and Irish in the United States. Ed. Francis X. Femminella, with an Introduction by Geno Baroni (1985) pp. 308.
Italian Americans: Struggle and Support. Ed. Joseph L. Tropea, James E. Miller, and Cheryl Beattie Repetti (1986) pp. 312.
The Melting Pot and Beyond: Italian Americans in the Year 2000. Ed. J Krase & Wm Egelman (1987) pp. 318
Italian Americans: The Search for a Usable Past. Ed. R. Juliani and P . Cannistraro (1989) pp. 304.
Italian Ethnics: Their Languages, Literature and Life. Ed. D Candeloro, F Gardaphe, & P Giordano (1990) pp. 478.
Italian Americans in Transition. Ed. J Scelsa, S J. LaGumina, and L F. Tomasi (1990) pp.283.
A Century of Italian Immigration, 1890-1990. Ed. Harral Landry (1994) pp. 250.
Italian Americans and Their Public and Private Life. Ed. Cavaioli, A. Danzi, and S J. LaGumina (1993) pp. 240.
New Explorations in Italian American Studies. Ed. Richard N. Juliani and Sandra P. (1994) pp. 246.
Italian Americans in a Multicultural Society. Ed. Jerome Krase and Judith N. DeSena (1994) pp. 302.
Through the Looking Glass. Ed. Mary Jo Bona and Anthony J. Tamburri (1996) pp. 344.
A Tavola: Food, Tradition and Community Among Italian Americans. Ed. E Giunta and S. J. Patti (1998) pp. 140.
Shades of Black and White: Italian Americans and African Americans Ed. Dan Ashyk, Fred Gardaphe & Anthony J. Tamburri (1999) pp. 350.
Complete set for $100 includes shipping. Make checks payable to American Italian Historical Association. Order from Dominic Candeloro, AIHA Exec. Dir. D-Candeloro@govst.edu 169 Country Club Road, Chicago Heights, IL 60411 ,708 756-7168 http://www.mobilito.comaiha/
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