This guide is designed to enhance your research in Italian American Studies. It brings together selections of excellent resources, and provides tools and tips for discovering articles, books, news, websites and more. If you need help or have a comment you can contact me -- my information is on the right sidebar.
The interdisciplinary field of Italian American Studies addresses the experiences of the Italian immigrants and their descendants in North America, with an emphasis on the United States. It includes studies in history, sociology, literature, the media, political science, labor movements, religion, etc. This Guide provides information & links to various resources to help you in your research. The Libraries' excellent collection as well as the access it provides to a variety of online resources should assist you in getting started with your research in Italian American Studies.
Through the years, several interesting and important works have been published in English on Italian Americans and food. Here are several of them that you will find in the Stony Brook Libraries Main Stacks.
Thursday, Nov. 21 at 4:00 pm in The Center for Italian Studies (Library Room E4340), Simone Cinotto will present and discuss his book The Italian American Table: Food, Family and Community in New York