Anthony Julian Tamburri’s Select Books & Articles
Authored Books

(15) Un bi-culturalismo negato. La scrittura italiana negli Stati Uniti.  Strumenti di letteratura. Firenze:         Franco Cesati Editore, forthcoming.

(14) Re-reading Italian Americana: Generalities and Specificities on Literature and Criticism. Italian Studies Series. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2014. Pp. 186; paperback 2015.
   A few times—a very few times—in a generation, a work of literary and cultural scholarship, critical analysis, and winning polemic    comes along that we confidently describe as a landmark in the field. For many reasons, Re-Reading Italian Americana qualifies      for the honor. It is unique in its accessibility of presentation without sacrifice of precision and complexity, and tough in its call        for Italian Americans to get involved, stop the cheerleading and sentimentality, and contribute. —Frank Lentricchia

(13) Re-viewing Italian Americana: Generalities and Specificities on Cinema. Bordighera P, 2011. Pp. 176.

(12) Una semiotica dell’etnicità. Nuove segnalature per la scrittura italiano/americana. Americana 2. Franco Cesati Editore, 2010. Pp. 178.

(11) Narrare altrove: diverse segnalature letterarie. Strumenti di letteratura 15. Firenze: Franco Cesati Editore, 2007. Pp. 110 (A. Palazzeschi, Giorgio de Chirico, Dacia Maraini, Massimo Griffo, Sandro Veronesi).

(10) Introducing Italian Americana: a bilingual forum, co-author with P. Giordano and F. Gardaphè. New York: Bordighera P, 2006. Pp. 89.

(9) Una semiotica della ri-lettura: Guido Gozzano, Aldo Palazzeschi, e Italo Calvino. Strumenti di letteratura 7. Franco Cesati Editore, 2003. Pp. 115. Italian version of (8).

(8) Semiotics of Re-reading: Guido Gozzano, Aldo Palazzeschi, and Italo Calvino. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2003. Pp. 135. 

(7) Italian/American Short Films & Videos: A Semiotic Reading. West Lafayette: Purdue UP, 2002. ebook and print edition. Pp. 130.

(6) A Semiotic of Re-reading: Italo Calvino’s “Snow Job.” New Haven, CT: Chancery P, 1999. Pp. 80.

(5) A Semiotic of Ethnicity: In (Re)cognition of the Italian/American Writer. Albany, NY: SUNY P, 1998. Pp. 176.

(4) A Reconsideration of Aldo Palazzeschi’s Poetry (1905-1974): Revisiting the “Saltimbanco.” Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1998. Pp. 160.

(3) Per una lettura retrospettiva. Prose giovanili di Aldo Palazzeschi. Stony Brook, NY: Gradiva, 1994. Pp. 126.

(2) To Hyphenate or not to Hyphenate: the Italian/American Writer: Or, An Other American? Montreal: Guernica Editions, 1991. Pp. 60.

(1) Of Saltimbanchi and Incendiari: Aldo Palazzeschi and Avant-Gardism in Italy. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1990. Pp. 229.

​Journal Articles
• “Un rimpatrio linguistico ovvero un recupero culturale? Il ritorno di Joseph Tusiani,” Italica 93.2 (2016): 338-57.
• “Narrative Plenitude in Limited Space: Dacia Maraini’s ‘Il calciatore di Bilbao’,” Italica 92.3 (2015): 747--53.
• “Un bi-culturalismo negato: riflessioni su letteratura e identità «italiana» negli Stati Uniti,” Studi italiani XXVII 1 (gennaio-giugno 2015): 149-62.
• “Re-Thinking Italian(/American) Studies in the Third Millennium: Where Have We Been? Where Can We Go?,” Altreitalie 50 (2015): 164-77.
• “Viewing Big Night as Easy as One, Two, Three: A Peircean Notion of an Italian/American Identity,” Luci e ombre 3.1 (Genn.-Mar 2015): http://rivistalucieombre.com/sommario_numero1_annoIII.

​Book Chapters
• “Re-thinking Labels: The ‘Italian’ Writer as Exemplar, or Distinct Categories as Quixotic” (afterword) in New Italian Migrations to the United States, Vol. 2: Art and Culture Since 1945. Edited by Laura Riberto and Joseph Sciorra. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2017. 191-202.
• “Italian Americans and Television” in The Routledge History of the Italian Americans. Edited by William J. Connell and Stanislao Pugliese. New York: Routledge, forthcoming 2017. 451-463.
• “The Italian Writer: Reflections on a New Category” in Anthony Julian Tamburri and Fred Gardaphé, eds. Transcending Borders, Bridging Gaps. Italian Americana, Diasporic Studies, and the University Curriculum. New York: Calandra Institute, 2015. Pp. 135-42.
• “Crazy in the Study: Trying to Claim a Tradition in Louise DeSalvo’s Accented Writing” in Personal Effects: Essays on Memoir, Teaching, and Culture in the Work of Louise DeSalvo, edited by Nancy Caronia and Edvige Giunta. Bronx, NY: Fordham University Press, 2014. 251-60.
• “Il Vecchio Mondo in opposizione a quello Nuovo: la coincidentia oppositorum nel Nuovomondo di Emanuele Crialese” in Incontri cinematografici e culturali tra due mondi. Antonio Vitti, ed. Pesaro: Metauro, 2012. 223-51
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