Now available for free online consultation, the “‘Angelo Principe’ Italian-Canadian Newspaper Collection”, comprising Italian-Canadian newspapers printed between the two wars. The collection is named after Angelo Principe, a distinguished scholar of the Italian experience in Canada, who in 2014 made a gift of it to the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections at York University. The preservation project was made possible by a generous donation made in 2017 by the Zorzi Family Italian-Canadian Archival Fund, dedicated to encouraging the study of Italian-Canadian archival materials. The project was also sponsored by York University’s Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies. Please see attached the original Corriere Canadese announcements.*
This research and digitization project was conceptualized and directed by Dr. Matteo Brera (firstname.lastname@example.org). The digital collection was created in collaboration with Our Digital World and was organized and developed using the VITA Digital Toolkit. Scholarly contributions by Dr. Matteo Brera and Dr. Angelo Principe. All rights reserved.
Visit online site: https://vitacollections.ca/yul-italiancanadiannewspapers/search.
*The three articles featured on this page were published on the Corriere Canadese on February 18, 2015 (in Italian and English) and on May 18, 2021. The pop-out icon on the upper right corner and the zoom-in (fit to width) features make the articles readable on screen.
Banner image courtesy of the ‘Angelo Principe’ Italian Canadian Newspaper Collection/Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections, York University Libraries.