Sardinia’s Case For Language Diversity
With over one million speakers, Sardinian represents the largest legally-recognized minority language group in Italy. But Sardinian does not yet have a standardized form.
The Jews Of Sicily
What’s left of the Jewish permanence in Sicily? Not much remains to the untrained eye, but the integration of the Jews with the rest of the population left marks on Sicilian customs and traditions.
Jewish Italian Contributions
In an overwhelmingly catholic country, Italy’s Jewish population stands out in its cultural, artistic and literary achievement.
Sardinian Nationalism Looks To Catalonia
How Sardinia's historical ties with Catalonia help explain its strong national identity.