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Critical Studies in Italian America

Edited by Nancy C. Carnevale, Montclair State University, and Laura E. Ruberto, Berkeley City College

This series publishes works on the history and culture of Italian Americans by emerging as well as established scholars in fields such as anthropology, cultural studies, folklore, history, and media studies. While focusing on the United States, it includes comparative studies with other areas of the Italian diaspora. The series engages with broader questions of identity pertinent to the fields of ethnic studies, gender studies, and migration studies, among others.

*Now known as, Critical Studies in Italian Migrations.

Series Advisory Board:

Simone Cinotto, Professor of History, Universita’ degli Studi di Torino

Thomas J. Ferraro, Professor of English, Duke University

Marcella Bencivenni, Professor of History, Hostos Community College

Edvige Giunta, Professor of English, New Jersey City University

Joseph Sciorra, Director for Academic and Cultural Programs, John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, Queens College (CUNY)

Pasquale Verdicchio, Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature, University of California at San Diego