The king signed Mussolini’s Racial Laws, the same laws that interrupted the career of Aldo Finzi, a talented Jewish composer whose music has finally made it to New York.
A new exhibition highlights the work of European artists dealing with the war’s traumas.
Journalists, artists, policymakers and academics discuss the refugee crisis.
How a cathedral illuminates the story of Irish immigrants in New York.
At Columbia University, Italian minister Franceschini praised internationalism and museum reforms.
A symbol of the Algerian liberation movement, Drif presented her memoir Inside the Battle of Algiers at NYU last week.
In historic visit to NYU’s Casa Italiana, Paolo Gentiloni praised Italy’s “stability.”
In Europe as in America, Russian economic, political and military influence is a burning issue.