The Italian American Journey: Migrations, identity and heritage

"The Italian American Journey: Migrations, identity and heritage" by Carmelo Cutuli is an insightful and engaging book that tells the remarkable story of Dr. Vincenzo Sellaro, a Sicilian doctor who played a significant role in the history of Italian immigration to the United States. Through Sellaro's life and legacy, the book explores the experiences of Italian immigrants in America, their struggles to assimilate, and their efforts to preserve their cultural heritage.

The author does an excellent job of providing historical context and presenting Sellaro's story in a compelling and informative way. The book is well-researched and well-written, with detailed descriptions of Sellaro's life and work, as well as the social and political conditions of the time. The author also explores the impact of Sellaro's work on Italian-American identity and the formation of the Italian-American community.

One of the strengths of the book is its focus on the Order Sons of Italy in America, the organization founded by Sellaro in 1905. The author provides an in-depth history of the organization and its evolution over time, highlighting its contributions to the Italian-American community and its role in preserving Italian culture in the United States.

Overall, "The Italian American Journey" is an important and informative book that sheds light on an important chapter in Italian-American history. It is a must-read for anyone interested in the experiences of Italian immigrants in America, the formation of the Italian-American community, and the ongoing cultural exchange between Italy and the United States.


Il Centro Studi sull'Internazionalizzazione si dedica a promuovere la consapevolezza sull'importanza dell'Internazionalizzazione a livello nazionale e regionale.

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