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Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada
The term arrangiarsi is normally defined as "making do" or "getting by." This book marks...
Looking Through My Mother's Eyes: Life Stories of Nine Italian Immigrant Women in Canada
This look at the traditional and subversive world of women's folklore examines the realm of...
The Films of Jacques Tati
Life is full of homages to Jacques Tati. Tati is a great film comic who...
Critics Who Know Jack: Urban Myths, Media and Rock & Roll
Critics Who Know Jack: Urban Myths, Media and Rock & Roll is a collection of...
Remembering Shakespeare: The Scope of His Achievement from ‘Hamlet' through ‘The Tempest'
The longstanding challenge and problem of living through tragedy, as opposed to living beyond it...
Elusive Margins: Consuming Media, Ethnicity and Culture
This book deals with the patterns of exclusion, falsehood and disorder constructed systematically by power...
Eleven Italian Americans were lynched in New Orleans on March 14, 1891. The lynching caused a crisis between the President and the Congress of the United States, between Washington and Rome. It also introduced a sinister word to America: Mafia. This book has become a HBO film starring Christopher Walken.
Vendetta: The True Story of the Largest Lynching in U.S. History
Search for Meaning: Exploring Religions of the World
Dagoes Read: Tradition and the Italian / North American Writer
Reel Canadians: Interviews from the Canadian Movie World
Otherworldly Hamlet
Interviews with the Phoenix
Echo: Essays on Other Literatures
Sociopolitics: Political Development in Postmodern Societies
Incontro: University and Mass Media
Culture and Difference: Essays on Canadian Society
Painting Moments: Art, AIDS and Nick Palazzo
In the Writers' Words: Conversations with Eight Canadian Poets
Republic Denied: The Loss of Canada