While registration for luncheons at the conference is closed, we welcome additional attendees at the conference sessions. Please send an email to Dominic.Candeloro@gmail.com indicating contact information for attendees and the portions of the conference that you wish to attend.

Thanks for your response.  Over 100 of you have responded to the invitation to the conference.  If you are not registered and still want to attend sessions, please send me an email at Dominic.Candeloro@gmail.com with your contact info and info about the sessions you want to attend.  Unfortunately, if you are not already registered, the luncheon is not available to you.  There are numerous places on campus and adjacent to campus that you can use for luncheon

Pictured below is the Klarchek Information Commons.  The conference takes place on the 4th  FloorPhoto 2

Visitors have one parking option at Loyola University Chicago’s Lake Shore Campus location:

  • Main Parking Structure, located at the corner of Sheridan Road and Winthrop Avenue (entrance to this structure is off the campus drive, accessed from the traffic light at Sheridan Road and Kenmore Avenue).

When you park in the Main Parking Structure, please pull a parking ticket at the entrance and drive through the gate.  You pay for the parking ($7) by inserting the parking ticket into the machine followed by your credit card.




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About Dominic Candeloro

Dominic Candeloro, 1401 Cleveland Avenue LaGrange Park, IL 60526 Candeloro@CasaItaliaChicago.org, dcandeloro@luc.edu 708-354-0952 Cell 847-951-910 http://tinyurl.com/candeloro 2012-13-Adjunct Prof. Italian American History, Loyola University Chicago 1981-present—Part-time volunteer program co-ordinator and librarian Italian Cultural Center at Casa Italia 2001-2006 Executive Director, American Italian Historical Association 2005-----Co Director of the Exhibit “The Dream...per non dementicare” Archivio Centrale dello Stato-Roma 1995-2003 Special Assistant to the Mayor of Chicago Heights Director, Conferences/Workshops & Weekend College, Governors State University Adjunct Professor of History 1977-1982 Visiting Assistant Professor - History, University of Illinois, Chicago.and Director of the "Italians in Chicago" Project, $300,000 NEH Grant (1979-1982). 1976-1977 Visiting Assistant Professor - History, University of Illinois, Urbana - Champaign. Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana - Champaign, History. Dissertation: ,Louis Freeland Post: Carpetbagger, Singletaxer, Progressive." J. Leonard Bates, Advisor. B.A. Northwestern University, 1982-1983 Fulbright Research Fellowship, Italy.

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