Italian American Studies Minor
The interdisciplinary minor in Italian American Studies introduces the student to the consideration of Italian American realities past and present.
Based in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, the minor brings together elements of social science and humanities – including immigration history, American studies, urban studies, sociology, political science, art, music, film, literature, and international relations, with a special emphasis on the role of Italian language, commerce, and culture in the United States.
The minor is open to students majoring in a variety of discipline. It will be particularly beneficial to students planning to pursue careers in teaching, business or finance, international law, or government.
Declaration of a Minor
Students may declare the minor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, 4239 Boylan Hall, 718.951.5451.
Professor Luigi Bonaffini
Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Dr. Dominick Carielli
Center for Italian American Studies
Professor Robert Viscusi
Executive Officer, Wolfe Institute for the Humanities