Announcing the publication of Volume 5, Number 1, of the Italian American Review

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We are excited to announce the publication of Volume 5, Number 1, of the Italian American Review!

This issue of the journal covers topics including the efforts of labor organizer Efrem Bartoletti in the Mesabi range and the role of ethnicity in adaptations of Marty. Reviews discuss recent work on the Sacco and Vanzetti trial, Italian expatriate voting policies, Italian Americans in Texas, Italian converts to Judaism, and more. Scroll down to view the Table of Contents.

Italian American Review - Winter 2015 Volume 5, Number 1

Efrem Bartoletti in the Mesabi Range: A Wobbly's Efforts to Mobilize Immigrant Italian Miners
Thierry Rinaldetti

The Afterlife of a Classical Text: Representing Ethnicity in the Stage Productions of Marty
Jonathan J. Cavallero

Italoamericana: The Literature of the Great Migration, 1880-1943
(Francesco Durante, editor; Robert Viscusi, editor of American edition)
Bruno Ramirez

Il voto degli altri: Rappresentanza e scelte elettorali degli italiani all'estero
(Guido Tintori, editor)
Barbara Faedda

The Sopranos: Born under a Bad Sign
(Franco Ricci)
Michael R. Frontani

In Search of Sacco and Vanzetti: Double Lives, Troubled Times, and the Massachusetts Murder Case That Shook the World
(Susan Tejada)
Michele Fazio

The Mystery of San Nicandro
(Roger Pyke)
Stuart Klawans

Texan Italian Stories
(Sergio Carvajal-Leoni)
Giovanna P. Del Negro

Way Down in the Hole
(Alex Johnston)
Caroline Merithew

It's in Our Very Name: The Italian Heritage of Syracuse
Felicia R. McMahon


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