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The Center for Italian Studies at Stony Brook University has published over 30 books on major research of Italy and Italian American affairs. Some titles include:

-Interpreting the Italian Renaissance
Saints in the Lives of Italian Americans
-Dante: Summa Medievalis

-ItaliAfrica: Bridging Continents and Cultures

-Italian Americans on Long Island

-The Italian Jewish Experience

-The Saints in the Lives of Italian AmericansItalAfrica

-Adjusting Sites: New Essays in Italian American Studies

-Italian Americans in a Multicultural Society


-The European Union: Multidisciplinary Views

-Dante's Search for the Golden AgeItalian Jewish Experience

- To Die for Justice. Giovanni Falcone, Italian Hero

- The Idea of the Mediterranean

- The Challenges of Migration in North America and Europe

The Center also publishes Forum Italicum, which is a peer-reviewed journal of Italian Studies, founded by M. Ricciardelli in 1967. The journal is intended as a meeting-place where scholars, critics, and teachers can present their views on the literature, language, and culture of Italy and other countries in relation to Italy.