Studies In Italian American Folklore
The first published collection of essays on the folk culture of Italian Americans and Canadians, this book attains a depth of analysis rarely attained in Italian American folklore scholarship. Italian American folklife is not evolving in a vacuum, it draws from dynamic, local and specific, as well as regional and national Italian cultural expressions.
Paperback, 285 pages
Published February 1st 1994 by Utah State University Press
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Founder and Executive Director, Dr. Luisa Del Giudice is an Independent Scholar. She was Visiting Assistant Professor of Italian Folklore, UCLA (1995-2001); has published and lectured widely on Italian and Italian American folklife, from foodways and oral expression to material culture, children's literature, and belief; and has produced many public events on Italian and Mediterranean regional and...moreMore about Luisa Del Giudice...