Academic journal article Italica

Bibliography of Italian Studies in North America

Academic journal article Italica

Bibliography of Italian Studies in North America

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The "Bibliography of Italian Studies in North America" includes books, articles, bibliographies, and reviews published here or abroad by scholars residing in the United States or Canada, as well as reviews of their writings. It also includes articles and books of foreign scholars published in North America. Italica tries to provide extensive coverage, selecting the contributions most useful to Italianists. Coverage encompasses comparative literature studies, translations, publications on art, music, philosophy, history, cinema, sociology, where these are closely related to language and literature. Also covered are studies pertinent to the Italian-American/Canadian experience.

It would be appreciated if scholars would send offprints of articles or complete (as described below) bibliographical information to:

Paolo A. Giordano, Associate Editor


Department of Modern Languages & Literatures

Loyola University Chicago

6525 N. Sheridan Road

Chicago, IL 60626

This information is especially crucial for items that appear in lesser known or generally inaccessible periodicals.

The format follows the general pattern of the annual MLA International Bibliography. In the style of entry, Arabic numerals replace Roman to designate the volume of a journal. Studies that cross the chronological lines of bibliographical divisions are placed in the "General" category.


AdI      Annali d'itatianistica
CJIS     Canadian Journal of Italian Studies
CLS      Comparative Literature Studies
CMLR     Canadian Modern Language Review
CrL      Critica letteraria
DS       Dante Studies
EL       Esperienze letterarie
FI       Forum Italicum
Ital     Am Italian Americana
IC       Italian Canadiana
ItC      Italian Culture
IJ       Italian Journal
IQ       Italian Quarterly
IRLI     Italianistica/Rivista di letteratura italiana
ITAL     Italica
LD       Lectura Dantis
LI       Lettere italiane
MLJ      Modern Language Journal
MLN      Modern Language Notes
MLQ      Modern Language Quarterly
MLR      Modern Language Review
MLS      Modern Language Studies
MP       Modern Philology
MRTS     Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies
NEMLA    NEMLA Italian Studies
NVS      New Vico Studies
PS       Pirandello Studies
PMLA     Publications of the Modern Language Association of America
QI       Quaderni d'italianistica
RenQ     Renaissance Quarterly
Ren & R  Renaissance and Reformation
RenS     Renaissance Studies
RILA     Rassegna italiana di linguistica applicata
RLA      Romance Languages Annual
RomN     Romance Notes
RomQ     Romance Quarterly
RP       Romance Philology
RStI     Rivista di studi italiani
SCJ      Sixteenth Century Journal
StD      Studi danteschi
VIA      Voices in Italian Americana



Cheney, Patrick, and Fredrick A. de Armas, eds. European Literary Careers. The Author from Antiquity to the Renaissance. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002.

L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero. Ed. Anthony Mollica and Riccardo Campa. "Quaderni di libri e riviste d'Italia," 46 Tomi 2. Roma: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato, 2002.

Roush, Sherry. Hermes' Lyre. Italian Poetic Self-Commentary from Dante to Tommaso Campanella. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002.


Kleinhenz, Christopher. "Gli studi di italianistica nei 'colleges' e nelle universita degli Staff Uniti." L'Italia nella lingua e nel pensiero 2: 713-29.


Di Biase, Carmine G. In ITAL 79.4 (2002): 568-72. Martin McLaughlin, ed.: Britain and Italy from Romanticism to Modernism. A Festschrift for Peter Brand (2000).

Dursteler, Eric. In RenQ 56.1 (2003): 152-55. John Martin and Dennis Romano, eds.: Venice Reconsidered: The History and Civilization of an Italian City-State, 1297-1797 (2000).

Da Pozzo, Giovanni. …

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