- DECEMBER 2013 -
- Native Americans
- Apulian Americans
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- New York - New York
- Italian American World
- Let’s Eat Italian
- New York Exhibitions
- The beautiful West
“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 Sergio D’Amaro Per non dimenticarli, a book by Maria Schiena which has just come out, reconstructs the story of the 140 Italian soldiers fallen or missing in action who came originally from San Marco in Lamis (Foggia).
Large-scale History told by aiming the objective at a small tile in the mosaic November 2013
by Sergio D’Amaro Whispering tides, the surprising narrative debut by journalist Guido Mattioni.
From the success of the ebook (published by the American Smashwords house) to the book (in English and Italian) the story of an Italian in America seeking an “elsewhere” to get over a great sorrow September 2013
by Sergio D’Amaro Alexander Stille’ latest book, The Force of Things, reconstructs the history of his father, Ugo, a legendary reporter and editor in chief of the Corriere della Sera.
Born into a Jewish-Russian family, he was later an Italian in America, where he met his wife, the American Elizabeth Bogert, at a party given by Truman Capote.
The great vicissitudes of the time against the background of their marriage April 2013