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Maffi, Mario

MAFFI, Mario

MAFFI, Mario. Italian, b. 1947. Genres: Urban studies, Humanities, Literary criticism and history. Career: State University of Milan, Italy, assistant professor, 1975-98, associate professor of American studies, 1998-. Publications: La cultura underground, 1972, 3rd ed., 1980; Le origini della sinistra extraparlamentare, 1976; La giungla e il grattacielo: Gli scrittori e il "sogno americano," 1965-1920, 1981; (with G. Fink, F. Minganti and B. Tarozzi) Storia della letteratura americana, 1991; Nel mosaico della citta: Differenze etniche e nuove culture in un quartiere di New York, 1992, trans. by the author as Gateway to the Promised Land: Ethnic Cultures in New York's Lower East Side, 1994; New York: L'isola delle colline, 1995; Sotto le Torri di Manhattan, 1998; Londra.Mappe, Storie, Labirinti, 2000. EDITOR: Voci dal silenzio, 1996; Voci di Frontiera, 1997. Translator from English to Italian. Contributor to scholarly journals. Address: Dipartimento di Scienze del Linguaggio, Piazza S. Alessandro 1, 20123 Milan, Italy. Online address: [email protected]

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