Guglielmo awarded Saloutos book prize

Congratulations to Jennifer Guglielmo who received the 2010 Theodore Saloutos Memorial Book Award for her book Living the Revolution, Italian Women's Resistance and Radicalism in New York City, 1880-1945.

The award was established by Mrs. Florence Saloutos in memory of Professor Theodore Saloutos (distinguished historian and first president of the Immigration History Society). It is presented annually by the Immigration and Ethnic History Society for the book judged best on any aspect of the immigration history of the United States.

Now assistant professor of history at Smith College, Professor Guglielmo received her PhD in history from the University of Minnesota, specializing in the Italian American experience. As a graduate research assistant at the IHRC, Guglielmo worked extensively on the Order Sons of Italy in America archives gathering additional material, integrating everything, and creating new and updated collection descriptions.

** Congratulations, Jennifer! **

Living the Revolution, Italian Women's Resistance and Radicalism in New York City, 1880-1945

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