Anthony Fragola Papers
This collection contains various papers related to Anthony Fragola, a UNCG professor of media studies. It includes novels, film, papers, cassettes, photographs, slides, CDs, DVDs, newspaper articles, floppy disks, pamphlets, and a literary magazine.
- 1960 - 2014
- Fragola, Anthony N. (Person)
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13.50 Linear Feet (23 boxes)
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Anthony Fragola was a professor in the UNCG Media Studies Department until his retirement in 2014. He earned his BA from Columbia University, his MA in Comparative Literature from UNC Chapel Hill, and his Master of Professional Writing from the University of Southern California. He published two books: The Erotic Dream Machine: Interviews with Alain Robbe-Grillet on his Films, co-authored with Roch C. Smith, and a collection of short stories, Feast of the Dead. His films include "Another Corleone: Another Sicily", "Feast of the Dead", "Dream of the Immigrant", and "A Beautiful Memory: A Mother and Her Sons Against the Mafia". Fragola's documentary work focused strongly on anti-mafia resistance in Italy, the Italian immigrant experience, and Italian heritage.
Method of Acquisition
Donated by Anthony Fragola in 2014
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