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Past Events

Conferences

October 16-17, 2008
Technology and the Printed Media in Italy between 1870 and 1914

December 4, 2004
Real Stories: Discrimination And Defamation in the History of Italian Americans
A day-long conference which involved academics, entertainers, media critics, politicians, and representatives of major Italian American organizations.  The conference was organized as a joint project with the Anti-Bias Committee of UNICO National, and co-sponsored by the National Italian American Foundation, the New Jersey Italian American Heritage Commission, the Columbus Citizens Foundation, the Order of the Sons of Italy in America, the American Italian Historical Association and the Center for Italian and Italian American Culture, the conference was the focus of a documentary film, and the conference papers will be published in a book on the history of discrimination against Italian Americans

Purchase the DVD on Amazon.com or e-mail ritchiba@shu.edu to purchase from the Alberto Institute.

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Lectures

Spring 2017 Events

Monday, January 30

Lecture - Prof. Laura Benedetti - Georgetown University
"Un Paese De Carta"
Beck Rooms

Monday, February 20

Bill Dal Cerro
Bebob, Swing and Bella Musica: Jazz and the Italian American Experience
Beck Rooms

Tuesday, March 14*

Walter Veltroni
Ex Mayor of Rome
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Beck Rooms
*Please be advised that due to the impending storm, we will need to cancel this event for tomorrow, March 14. We are planning to reschedule in the fall; date to be announced.

Monday, March 27

Martina Piperno - University of Warwick
Alberto Institute Visiting Scholar
Beck Rooms

Events begins at 6 p.m.

Fall 2016 Events

Monday, September 26

20th Anniversary of the Valente Library
Chancellor's Suite

Monday, October 17
"Filippo Tommaso Marinetti: The Artist And His Politics"
Lecture - Ernest Ialongo, CUNY

Beck Rooms

Tuesday, October 25
Italian Studies Scholarship Event
"Migration Italian Style: 'New' Italians in the U.S. on the Backdrop of the Historical Italian Diaspora"
Lecture - Teresa Fiore, Montclair State University
Beck Rooms
 
Wednesday, November 2 
“Believing the Impossible: Neapolitan Identity and the Cult of San Gennaro“ 
Ilaria Poerio, Visiting Scholar, University of Reading, UK
Beck Rooms
 
Wednesday, November 16
Puccini's Tosca 
SOPAC
Events begins at 6 p.m.  
RSVP: Barbara Ritchie at (973) 275-2967 or barbara.ritchie@shu.edu


Fall 2015 Events 

Monday, September 21, Chancellor's Suite –University Center

Tuesday, October 6, Beck Rooms, Walsh Library
Lecture – Dalmatian and Istrian Émigré Communities in Post World War II Italy
Dr. Marta Deyrup

Wednesday, November 4, Beck Rooms, Walsh Library
Lecture – Niccolò Ammaniti (Author)

Wednesday, November 18, South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC)
Vivaldi Concert - Salzburg Chamber Soloists

Spring 2015 Events

Monday, February 9, Beck Rooms
The Mysteries of the Marco Polo Maps
Benjamin B. Olshin
The University of the Arts

Monday, March 2
"Daughters of Alchemy: Italian Women at the Dawn of the Scientific Revolution"
Meredith Ray, University of Delaware

Wednesday, April 8, Beck Rooms
The Lost Wave: "Women and Democracy in Italy"
Molly Tambor, Long -Island University

Fall 2014 Events

Tuesday, September 16, The Atrium - Jubilee Hall
Scholarship Awards for Italian Studies
"Migration and Literature"
Prof. Robert Viscusi, Brooklyn College

Tuesday, October 7, Faculty Lounge
"Men of the Cloth"
Vicki Vasilopoulos, Director

Wednesday, October 15, Faculty Lounge
"Opera Divas and Heroines in Nineteenth Century Italy"
Prof. Katharine Mitchell, University of Strathclyde

Monday, November 3, Faculty Lounge
"The Italian Body"
Mauro Peroni

Wednesday, November 5, SOPAC
"I Pagliacci" Concert

Monday, December 1, Faculty Lounge
"The Law of the Land"
Director Fred Kuwornu

Fall 2008 Events

September 30, 2008: Italian Americans of Newark, Belleville and Nutley, presentation and book-signing by Sandra Lee, Ph.D. 
View photos from the Gallery Opening Reception »
NJN News Clip »

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