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  • i-Italy met with Paul Ginsborg at New York University’s Casa Italiana Zerilli- Marimò. It was a unique opportunity to reflect on Italian democracy and the threats it currently faces. Is what Alexis de Tocqueville wrote about the “tyranny of the majority” still important?
  • Facts & Stories
    George De Stefano(March 29, 2009)
    Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (NYU) in Manhattan. Historian and public intellectual Paul Ginsborg analyzes Berlusconi and his opposition at "Denuncia: Speaking Up in Modern Italy"
  • The recent visit of the famous Italian singer revealed to be a rich and fulfilling experience both for him and his traditional public. It was also a great occasion to introduce his music to Americans. Here the main stops of his “New York Tour”.
  • Life & People
    Giovanna Landolfi(February 05, 2009)
    Director Germano Maccioni presented at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò "Lo Stato d’Eccezione", the first movie shot in Italy about the Nazi massacre at Monte Sole that cost the lives of 770 civilians. Some Italian politicians tried to erase it from national memory, but Maccioni resisted.
  • Facts & Stories
    Judith Harris(January 13, 2009)
    One of the best known Italian politicians, former Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti, turns 90. Nicknamed "Il Divo" after the recent Italian film starring Toni Servillo, his political life covers the whole history of Italy.