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Italian Classes for the Community
and for Children
A Journal of Italian Studies
- Donna Severino,
The Center has three specific purposes: first,
to stimulate interdisciplinary research on the part of the local academic community on
issues that bring about a better understanding of Italy and Italian Americans; second, to
become a national and international focus for Italian and Italian American affairs; third,
to promote a better understanding of Italy and of Italian Americans by bringing to the
general public the latest scholarly findings on Italy and Italian Americans and by
organizing cultural activities of general interest. The Center may be expanded, if funds
are available, to become also a gathering place for scholars with a variety of interests
to meet and discuss new ideas, share on-going work, and provide intellectual stimulation.
|We are located on the
fourth floor of the F.
Melville Library, on the campus of SUNY at Stony Brook. If you wish to visit us, send an
e-mail message to the director,
Josephine Fusco or call
(631) 632-7444 for directions.
The Melville Library at