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Franc Sturino

Department of History

Associate Professor

Office: 143 Founders College
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 33251
Email: fsturino@yorku.ca


Franc Sturino is a history professor at York and an expert on the Italian immigrant community in Canada. He has written two books on Italian immigration to North America: Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada, and Forging the Chain. Prof. Sturino teaches a course in Italian history, and can also discuss Italian politics (especially Northern separatism), migration into Italy, and Italian regionalism.

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Franc Sturino is a history professor at York and an expert on the Italian immigrant community in Canada. He has written two books on Italian immigration to North America: Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada, and Forging the Chain. Prof. Sturino teaches a course in Italian history, and can also discuss Italian politics (especially Northern separatism), migration into Italy, and Italian regionalism.

Research Interests

History , Canada, Migration Studies, Italian History, Ethnicity, Humanities


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/HIST4053 6.0 A N.A. Immigration and Ethnic History LECT
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/HIST3581 6.0 A Immigrant Experience in Canada LECT
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/HUMA3902 6.0 A Contemporary Popular Culture SEMR


Franc Sturino is a history professor at York and an expert on the Italian immigrant community in Canada. He has written two books on Italian immigration to North America: Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada, and Forging the Chain. Prof. Sturino teaches a course in Italian history, and can also discuss Italian politics (especially Northern separatism), migration into Italy, and Italian regionalism.

Franc Sturino is a history professor at York and an expert on the Italian immigrant community in Canada. He has written two books on Italian immigration to North America: Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada, and Forging the Chain. Prof. Sturino teaches a course in Italian history, and can also discuss Italian politics (especially Northern separatism), migration into Italy, and Italian regionalism.

Research Interests

History ,Canada, Migration Studies,Italian History,Ethnicity, Humanities



Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/HIST4053 6.0 A N.A. Immigration and Ethnic History LECT
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/HIST3581 6.0 A Immigrant Experience in Canada LECT
Fall/Winter 2018 AP/HUMA3902 6.0 A Contemporary Popular Culture SEMR