- 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
The initiatives of the activists of the international organization, which has over seven million members, are taking place to raise the awareness of the general public and that of governments. There were also forty Italians, including Chiara De Carlo from Salento July 2016
by Dario C. Nicoli The Corning Museum of Glass, in New York state, in the US, is holding the exhibition, “Ennion: Master of Roman Glass”. On display are three magnificent bowls in blown glass coming from Adria and attributed to Master craftsman Ennion, extraordinary artist of the 1st century A.D. October 2015
by Oscar Iarussi Bodini’s most famous line has been chosen as the title of a project to relaunch the South through its culture, an essential way of discrediting stereotypes and distortions.
After Bari, it will be Otranto’s turn to host Scianna’s precious photography exhibition July 2015
by Pietro Marino The Castle of Otranto hosts “Il Sud e le donne”, 30 photos in black and white by Ferdinando Scianna, on show until 30th September.
Bellucci, Cucinotta, some models and other, unknown, women. But no prima donna attitudes or erotic fantasies: Scianna’s women are “people” July 2015
by Dario C. Nicoli The city that is to be the 2019 European Capital of Culture has been chosen by the Neapolitan director Lamberto Lambertini as the setting for seven of his thirty-three short films dedicated to single cantos of Dante’s Purgatory.
The result is The infinite mountain, an original journey discovering Dante and Italy, which is winning audiences in Italy and abroad December 2014
by Pietro Marino Interest continues in the American artist who in his serial images celebrated the banality of living and of dying.
Two interesting shows dedicated to the artist are in progress in Rome (until 18th September) and in Naples (until 20th July) July 2014
“Angels and saints in Chicago and Baltimora” Cultural exchanges between the University of Bari and the USby Raffaele Nigro Scholars from the Department of Antiquity Studies took part in the convention of the Society of Biblical Literature and held conferences and meetings.
Writer Raffaele Nigro tells of his mission to the States and notes his impressions of the New World.
“Here they flee upwards, in a race to see who can grow the tallest cement. The beauty, in fact, apart from the multi-ethnicity, lies in the height of the blocks, in the metaphysical geometry and obviously in a variegated democracy, varying from State to State” December 2013
by Giuseppe Mauro Ferro The agronomist Giuseppe Mauro Ferro remembers the precious testimony of his father, Antonio Ferro, a pioneer of rural reform. In the ’50s between Puglia, Basilicata and Molise huge areas of marshland were transformed into fertile land. The skill of the technicians, the hard work of the peasants and a forward-thinking political plan were the basis of the “miracle” December 2013
by Flavia Pankiewicz Interview with Ambassador Antonio Bernardini, of the permanent staff of Italy at the United Nations in New York.
Born in Barletta, he is proud of his education at the University of Bari.
Apulians have shown him affection all over the world. In New York he is the Honorary Chairman of the United Pugliesi Federation July 2013