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Italian American Review
Winter 2019 • Volume 9 • Number 1

ARTICLES
Special Issue: Listening to Italian America, by John Gennari, Guest Editor
“Touching at a Distance”: A Meditation on Italian American Soundfulness, by John Gennari
“Parla Comme T’Ha Fatta Mammeta”?: Identity Formation through Sonic Code-Switching in 1920s Italian American Song, by Isabella Livorni
What’s Amore? Solarity and Subversion in an Italian American Pop Song, by Tad Tuleja
Sonic Affinities: Sicilian and African American Musical Encounters in New Orleans, by George De Stefano
“Goombish”: On Italian American Vernacular English and the Sonic Color Line, by James Pasto
A Fickle Soundscape: The Fisherman’s Feast in Boston’s North End, by Michele Segretario

NOTES
Remembrance of Peter Bondanella, by Jonathan J. Cavallero

REVIEW ESSAY
“Stay with It All the Way Down”: Michele Cinque Recounts Nick LaRocca’s Incurable Wounds, by Mark Lomanno

BOOK REVIEWS
Objects in Italian Life and Culture: Fiction, Migration, and Artificiality (Paolo Bartoloni), by Diana Glenn
Pre-Occupied Spaces: Remapping Italy’s Transnational Migrations and Colonial Legacies (Teresa Fiore), by Caterina Romeo
A Companion to Martin Scorsese (Aaron Baker), by Ryan Calabretta-Sajder
American Cicero: Mario Cuomo and the Defense of American Liberalism (Saladin Ambar)
Fiorello H. La Guardia: Ethnicity, Reform, and Urban Development (Second Edition) (Ronald Bayor), by Mason B. Williams
Bound by Distance: Rethinking Nationalism through the Italian Diaspora (Pasquale Verdicchio), by Marie Orton
Migrant Marketplaces: Food and Italians in North and South America (Elizabeth Zanoni), by Rebekah E. Pite

FILM REVIEWS
Haiku on a Plum Tree (Mujah Maraini-Melehi), by Clorinda Donato
Shalom Italia (Tamar Tal Anati), by Nina Valbousquet

EXHIBITION REVIEWS
Italianità: Italian Diaspora Artists Examine Identity (curated by Marianna Gatto), by Joseph Tumolo
Italian Brooklyn: Photographs by Martha Cooper (curated by Martha Cooper), by Carole Quirke