- MARCH 2017 -
- Native Americans
- New York - New York
- On the road
- America America
- The beautiful West
- Italian American World
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- Let’s Eat Italian
- Apulian Americans
by Lino Patruno In Tutte le donne dell’Imperatore the author, historian Bianca Tragni, paints beautiful portraits from a female perspective. And she reconstructs, through them, the figure of the – despite everything – great Frederick December 2013
by Giovanni Invitto A documentary film and a book, care of Caterina Geradi, bearing witness to the importance of the Salento writer Rina Durante. Starting with her childhood on the island of Saseno, in Albania September 2013
by Sergio D’Amaro Born in Cavallino, in the province of Lecce, in 1869, he is one of the major poets in Salento dialect.
Bohemian and eccentric, known also by the name of Capitano Black and other nicknames, he has produced some irresistible, copious and polyhedric dialect works, centering on themes of social justice June 2013
by Sergio D’Amaro Inspired by the poem Maste Peppe cantarine a concert of the Solisti Dauni, directed by Maestro Domenico Losavio, with music by Teresa Procaccini, is the latest of a precious series of Joseph Tusiani’s works in dialect that have been put on stage.
The figure of the cobbler “Maste Peppe” is uncertain whether to choose a happy and simple life or one of risky ambitions of becoming rich December 2012
by Sergio D’Amaro The famous American playwright visited Puglia with Jim Longhi, an uncommon Italian American, lawyer and writer, originally from Lucera (Foggia), to whom Mariantonietta Di Sabato and Cosma Siani have dedicated a book June 2012
by Paolo Spedicato Actor and playwright, cineaste, philosopher-poet in the wake of Holderlin, Leopardi, Nietzsche and Deleuze, Carmelo Bene contributed incisively to the cultural revolution in the 60s and 70s.
Ten years after his death a re-evocation of the immense legacy of his art May 2012