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Italian Canadiana

Italian Canadiana is a journal of the Frank Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, formerly the Centre for Italian Canadian Studies. It was founded in cooperation with Centro Canadese Scuola e Cultura Italiana in 1984, and integrated into the Department of Italian Studies, University of Toronto, in 1988. In 1995 the Centre was named after Justice Frank Iacobucci, the first Canadian of Italian origin to be appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada. On the occasion, the Canadian Italian Development Association provided funding for its operation. The journal publishes articles and reviews in English, French, and Italian and is devoted to research on all aspects of the lives of Italian Canadians.

Frequency:
Semi-annual
 

Subscriptions:
Please contact Émilie Chouinard at Érudit: client@erudit.org.

 

Open Access:
Issues published in the current calendar year or in the calendar year that precedes the current calendar year are protected. Older issues are openly accessible and available from the University of Toronto's Journal Production Services.


Publisher:
Iter Press


Journal Web Site:
https://www.italianstudies.utoronto.ca/research/italian-canadiana


Resource Last Updated:
August 2021

Italian Canadiana is a journal of the Frank Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, formerly the Centre for Italian Canadian Studies. It was founded in cooperation with Centro Canadese Scuola e Cultura Italiana in 1984, and integrated into the Department of Italian Studies, University of Toronto, in 1988. In 1995 the Centre was named after Justice Frank Iacobucci, the first Canadian of Italian origin to be appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada. On the occasion, the Canadian Italian Development Association provided funding for its operation. The journal publishes articles and revie...

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