Strangers in a Strange Land: A History of Italian-Language American Imprints, 1830-1945, lecture by James Periconi
James Periconi will discuss his book -- with essays by Robert Viscusi, Francesco Durante, and Martino Marazzi -- which catalogues the Italian-language book-publishing industry that began in the nineteenth century and flourished in the United States in the fifty years before World War II. This industry created and reflected a vibrant national literary and political culture among a broad spectrum of Italian Americans living and working in the United States.
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