Italian Americans : NO10.

This selection of literature on Italian immigrants describes their adjustments to new economic and social circumstances and the life and culture of later generations of Italian Americans.

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Format: Book
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2000-
Series:EHRAF world cultures. North America.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Italian Americans / Richard D. Alba
  • Beyond the Godfather image / Anthony Peter Alessandrini
  • Boys in Little Italy / Albert S. Alissi
  • Converting the Italians / John Andreozzi
  • Working for some rich people / Adria Bernardi
  • Nassau County's Italian American Women / Mary Jane Capozzoli
  • Chicago's Italian American rally for immigration reform / Frank J. Cavaioli
  • Tears of blood / Anna L. Chairetakis
  • Current patterns of socialization and adaptation in an Italian American community / Concetta A. Maglione Chiacchio
  • From Italy to San Francisco / Dino Cinel
  • Funerals, family and forefathers / Daniel David Cowell
  • Old World traits obliterated / Angela D. Danzi
  • The varieties of ethnic experience / Micaela Di Leonardo
  • Italian Americans in the year 2000 / William Egelman
  • The Italians of New York / Federal Writers Project (New York City)
  • The meaning of community / Sebastian Fichera
  • The development and maintenance of New York City's Italian-American neighborhoods / Robert C. Freeman
  • The cultural background of the Italian immigrant woman and its impact on her unionization in the New York City garment industry, 1880-1919 / Colomba M. Furio
  • The urban villagers / Herbert J. Gans
  • Italian migrant workers in turn-of-the-century New Jersey / Cindy Hahamovitch
  • The Italian Americans ; The Italians of Oswego / Luciano J. Iorizzo
  • Growing up and growing old in Italian-American families / Colleen Leahy Johnson
  • Building Little Italy ; The Italian community of Philadelphia / Richard N. Juliani
  • America's Little Italies / Jerome Krase
  • A portrait of third generation Italian-American family life / Maria Grace La Russo
  • From steerage to suburb / Salvatore John LaGumina
  • Monte Carmelo / Anthony L. LaRuffa
  • Playing with food / Sabina Magliocco
  • Ethnicity in the sunbelt / Phylis Cancilla Martinelli
  • Italian folktales in America / Elizabeth Mathias
  • The hill upon a city / Gary Mormino
  • Italians in Chicago, 1880-1930 / Humbert S. Nelli
  • The Madonna of 115th Street / Robert A. Orsi
  • A view of two major centers of Italian anarchism in the United States / Gianna S. Panofsky
  • The Italian heritage in Tampa / Anthony P. Pizzo
  • The Italians of New York City, 1890-1914 / George E. Pozzetta
  • Cultural summary, Italian Americans / Frank Salamone and John Beierle
  • Moral familism / Frank A. Salamone
  • Small business and social mobility among Italian Americans / Andrew Sanchirico
  • Observations on an ethnic community / J. Vincenza Scarpaci
  • Stereotypes as cultural constructs / Paola Schellenbaum
  • The park and the Italians / Gerald D. Suttles
  • Voices / Richard M. Swiderski
  • Assimilation and religion / Silvano M. Tomasi
  • The Italians of Greenwich Village / Donald Tricarico
  • Cult and occult in Italian-American culture / Rudolph J. Vecoli
  • The scholarship of the AIHA / Joseph Velikonja
  • Community, identity and schools / Samuel Francis Vitone
  • Street corner society / William Foote Whyte
  • Adjustment and integration / Janet E. Worrall
  • Family and community / Virginia Yans-McLaughlin
  • Unionism and the Italian American worker / Charles A. Zappia.