Oriana Fallaci: The Force of Words

The Fall/Winter 2016-17 issue of Blending Magazine explores the force of words through a myriad of disciplines and subjects. Inspired by the FUA-SBU Fall 2016 conference dedicated to the Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci, this season’s magazine examines the power of the written word not only through the lens of literature and journalism but also in food, fashion, architecture, art therapy, and personal identity.

Cover image by Isabella Bass-Brown

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  • The Innovation Issue

    The Spring/Summer 2017 issue of Blending Magazine celebrates innovation inspired by the 20th anniversary of Apicius. A collaboration with the FUA fashion magazine course offers an interview series on Florentine innovators in the fashion industry, and Italian language students feature the first ever bilingual text on an emerging Tuscan rap artist. Rounding out the issue are perspectives on travel and technology, writing, and FUA alumni.

    Cover image by Daniela Juanes, Renata Roche, Edith Sales

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  • Oriana Fallaci: The Force of Words

    The Fall/Winter 2016-17 issue of Blending Magazine explores the force of words through a myriad of disciplines and subjects. Inspired by the FUA-SBU Fall 2016 conference dedicated to the Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci, this season’s magazine examines the power of the written word not only through the lens of literature and journalism but also in food, fashion, architecture, art therapy, and personal identity.

    Cover image by Isabella Bass-Brown

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  • No Legal Age for Drinking Culture

    The Spring/Summer 2016 issue of Blending Magazine explores the limitless possibilities of culture. The “No Legal Age for Drinking Culture” theme is inspired by the Spring 2016 Apicius academic conference. Students and faculty share examples of individuals and experiences that extend the boundaries of demographic limits to who can participate in cultural appreciation and and how culture can be practiced in concepts and places that would otherwise seem impossible. Even underwater.

    Cover image by Yu Rin Koh

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  • De Re Mediterranea

    The Fall/Winter 2015-16 issue of Blending Magazine is an ode to the Mediterranean, which has forever been an area of multi-cultural influences, conflicts, and inspirations. The “De Re Mediterranea” theme takes its cue from FUA’s recent conference cohosted by Stony Brook University (SUNY). Students and faculty explore and rethink concepts of travel, history, fashion, migration, and cuisine as experienced in the Mediterranean, and not just from an Italian perspective.

    Cover image by Oliviero Toscani courtesy of the Enrico Coveri Press Office

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  • Volume

    The Spring/Summer 2015 issue of Blending Magazine takes on perceiving Florence in an entirely new way. The idea of volume and its many applications - shapes, spaces, sound, etc. - is used to explore the rich contents contained within Florence and Italy. Classic and contemporary architecture, volumes in the clothing of the famed fashion house Capucci, the cultural noise of actor and director Charbel Kamel, and the literary voices of FUA students led by Fulbright Scholar and FUA writer-in-residence are a few of the examples of how this issue raises its exploration of Florence by several decibels.

    Cover image by Vanessa Weego

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