EDVIGE

AcronymDefinition
EDVIGEExploitation Documentaire et Valorisation de l'Information Générale (French: Documentary Exploitation and Development of General Information)
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"Stitches in Air: Needlework as Spiritual Practice and Service in Batavia, New York." In Embroidered Stories: Interpreting Women's Domestic Needlework from the Italian Diaspora, edited by Edvige Giunta and Joseph Sciorra, 74-98.
Emma Bonanno, as the king's sister Edvige, displayed a regal presence and authority on stage.
Creative work due 1 October, 2004 to Edvige Giunta, English Department, New Jersey City University, Jersey City, New Jersey 07305.
Writing with an Accent: Contemporary Italian American Women Authors by Edvige Giunta.
Adriana Ottolenghi and Edvige Tosetti (Turin, Italy: Pluriverso s.r.l., 1991); and Eneylopaedia Judaica, vol.5, s.v.
Robert Viscusi, Fred Gardaphe, Mary Jo Bona, Edvige Giunta, Anthony Julian Tamburri e, piu recentemente, Peter Carravetta e Marcella Bencivenni sono tra i piu importanti studiosi che hanno dato vita ad un momento particolarmente favorevole allo studio della letteratura e della cultura italoamericana negli Stati Uniti, utilizzando categorie e procedimenti critici propri delle letterature etniche che avevano conquistato il mainstream americano, come la letteratura ebreo-americana e quella afroamericana.
Born Antonia Edvige Albina Maino in Lusiana, a village in Veneto, Italy on December 9, 1946, she married to Indian former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1968.
of Pittsburgh) and Herman (creative writing, Manhattanville College and City College of New York) largely let the authors, including Louise DeSalvo, Mary Beth Caschetta, Edvige Giunta and Sandra Gilbert speak for themselves, hyphens, pasta and all.
Giunta, Edvige. Writing with an Accent: Contemporary Italian American Women Authors.
Louise DeSalvo and Edvige Giunta, eds., The Milk of Almonds: Italian American Women Writers on Food and Culture.