Italian American Review Releases Special Issue on “Monuments, Memorials, and Italian Migrations”

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The latest issue of Italian American Review 12:1 is a special issue on the topic of “Monuments, Memorials, and Italian Migrations,” edited by Laura E. Ruberto and Joseph Sciorra.

The issue contains:

  • Disrupted and Unsettled: An Introduction to Monuments, Memorials, and Italian Migrations, by Laura E. Ruberto and Joseph Sciorra
  • “Hero of Two Worlds”: The Equestrian Monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • by Heather Sottong
  • Places of Memory and Struggles for Identities: Ernesto Verrucci’s 1938 Monument to Khedive Ismail in Alexandria, Egypt, by Stefano Giannini
  • “Mussolini’s Column”: Fascist Memorials and the Politics of Italian American Identity in Chicago, by Fraser Ottanelli
  • Memorials and the Mine Disaster in Monongah, West Virginia: From Trauma to an Italian Global Memoryscape, by Joan Saverino

The IAR is currently available through the Scholarly Publishing Collective–either via a university digital subscription to the IAR or by purchasing individual articles/issues. 

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