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January, 2008

27Jan6:00 pm- 8:00 pmSeminars: Science, Justice and Memory6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Memoria:Memoria

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Sunday, January 27, 2008

Italian Academy at Columbia University
Italian Fascist Race Laws and the Manifesto dellaRazza: How Law and Science Can be Racist
David Freedberg (Italian Academy), Ruth Ben-Ghiat (NYU), Lidia Santarelli (NYU) and Alexander Stille (Columbia University).

Symposium: Anti-Semitism At Home and Abroad
Ira Katznelson (Columbia University)
“The Liberal Alternative: Jews in the United States during the Decades of Italian Fascism” Claudio Lomnitz (Columbia University) “Dreyfus in Latin America: Anti-Semitism and the Ideology of the Mexican Revolution”

New York University Casa ItalianaZerilliMarimò
The Missing Italian Nuremberg
A conversation with Michele Battini

Memory and Justice
Film screening and discussion
Lo Stato di Eccezione by GermanoMaccioni
Post Screening discussion with the author and Valeria Castelli(NYU)

The John Calandra Institute for Italian American Studies, CUNY
Memoirs and Memories
A mid-day symposium on the Italian/Jewish Experience
Friday, January 30, 2009, 11 am to 2 pm

Growing Up Italian and Jewish: A Conversation among Friends
Anthony Julian Tamburri (John D. Calandra Institute), Fabio GirelliCarasi (Brooklyn College)
With John Locicero and Martin Begun
Discussant: Vincenzo Pascale, Rutgers University

Italian and Jewish in America: a conversation
GiannaPontecorboli and Simona McCray-Pekelis
Discussant: Fabio GirelliCarasi

StanislaoPugliese (Hofstra University)
Primo Levi and the Double Bind/Bond of Memory.

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