This edition: January 2011Tweet
Original tape date: January 11, 2011.
First on ITALICS, "Dire Napoli" (or Telling Naples) is the title of His Eminence Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe's recent visit to New York. The initiative's subtitle "Don't Close the Door on Hope" indicates that its aim is to present Naples to the world without hiding the city's pain and contradictions while highlighting its beauty and hope for redemption.A series of events will take place over five days when His Eminence will visit the institutions and organizations that have invited him to New York.Accompanying Cardinal Sepe on his trip will be Undersecretary of State Hon. Vincenzo Scotti, representing the Italian government. H.E. Cardinal Sepe was a guest of the Calandra Institute and also attended a discussion on Global Migrations from an Italian and American perspective, which was held at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Next ITALICS takes you to NOIAW, or The National Organization of Italian American Women’s annual Epiphany Celebration in Honor of Three Wise Women selected from the Italian American Community for their achievements and contributions. NOIAW’S Honorees for 2011 are: Gina Biancardi, Founder & President, Casa Belvedere, The Italian Cultural Foundation; Marianne J. Legato, MD., F.A.C.P., Founder and Director, Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine and Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University; and Marisa May, Celebrated Restaurateur, Co-Owner, SD26 Restaurant & Wine Bar & SD26 Events.
Next on ITALICS, we’ll take you to an opening for a new book entitled “Italian Folk, Vernacular Culture in Italian American Lives”, Edited by Dr. Joseph Sciorra, Folklorist at The Calandra Institute/CUNY.
Gina Biancardi Founder & President, Casa Belvedere Cultural Center
Nancy Carnevale Series Co-Editor, Montclair State University
Leonir M. Chiarello Scalabrine Int’l. Migration Center
Fred Gardaphé Distinguished Professor of Italian American Studies, Queens College/CUNY
Lucia Grillo Italics Correspondent
Kathleen Guglielmo President, Greater NY Region/NOIAW
Joseph Inguanti Southern Connecticut State University
Dr. Marianne Legato Founder & Director, Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine
Marisa May Restauranteur/Owner, SD26
Lara Pascali Independent Scholar
Gabrielle Pati NOIAW
Peter Savastano Seton Hall University
Dr. Joseph Sciorra, Ph.D. Associate Director of Academic and Cultural Programs/Folklorist
Hon. Vincenzo Scotti Undersecretary of State/Italy
Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe Archbishop of Naples, Italy
Joan Severino Arcadia University
Hon. Francesco Maria Talo Consul General of Italy to New York
Cav. Anthony Julian Tamburri, PhD. Dean and Executive Director, The John D. Calandra Italian American Institute
Robert Viscusi Director/Wolfe Institute for the Humanities, Broeklundian Professor, Brooklyn College
- Tuesday, September 11 - 9:30pm
- Wednesday, September 12 - 10:30am, 3:30pm
- Saturday, September 15 - 7:30am
- Sunday, September 16 - 6:30pm
- "Bilinguismo" in Manhattan
- Tuesday, August 14 - 9:30pm
- Wednesday, August 15 - 10:30am, 3:30pm
- Saturday, August 18 - 7:30am
- Sunday, August 19 - 6:30pm