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  • asmi - Multi-disciplinary discussion group for members of the Association for the Study of Modern Italy, and interested others. Topics cover all areas of interest to the student of modern Italy, e.g. politics, history, arts, literature, popular culture, business and industry, science and technology.
  • Celtic Italy - Celtic Italy deals with all the aspects of life of the Celtic people in Italy. Primary language Italian. Secondary language English. L'Italia Celtica ha a che fare con tutti gli aspetti della vita delle genti celtiche in Italia. Linguaggio primario Italiano. Linguaggio secondario Inglese. (From October 2000).
  • Due Sicilie 'Naples and Sicily' - History, Language, of South Italy and her Diaspora. (Yahoo Clubs) "Founder's Message : Southern Italy has been an internal colony of the north for 139 years now. Our traditions, culture, history, have been put down, denied, ignored; our people obliged to emigrate to survive. Today some groups in N.Italy try to resurrect "racial" reasons to explain southern underdevelopment, forgetting that this was a result of "National" policy, since 1860. If you are of s. Italian origin, you might be interested in finding out how false Risorgimento myths are, how our own history has been denied."
  • Educazione & Scuola. Rivista telematica della Scuola e della Formazione che include anche una "mailing list - lista di discussione" by/a cura di Dario Cillo. Il sito contiene oltre a numerose informazioni legali ed amministrative sulle scuole italiane, anche un Archivio con informazioni su: Università e Ricerca.
  • H-ITALY encourages scholarly discussion of Italian culture and history and makes available diverse bibliographical, research and teaching resources.
  • H-ItAm, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-ItAm provides an interactive network/forum for scholars and activists relating to the Italian American Experience, and more generally, the ethnic culture of the Italian diaspora worldwide.
  • Idulist -- Lista Informatica per le Discipline Umanistiche
  • Italian-archaeology - A list for the exchange of information and discussion for archaeologists (prehistoric, classical or medieval) interested in Italy, whether based in the UK or elsewhere. Membership is open to all those with an interest in Italian archaeology.
  • Italian-studies. This list is dedicated to scholarly discussions in any field of Italian studies. The list owner(s) will also post information regarding publications of interest. Members of the list are encouraged to share their expertise with others. (Based at the Exeter University UK).
  • Let-it: mail-list italiana di studi umanistici. Lingue ufficiali della lista sono l'italiano, il francese e l'inglese. I temi principali dibattuti in questo gruppo d'interesse sono i seguenti: Storia della letteratura italiana; Critica letteraria; Teoria della letteratura; Informatica e scienze letterarie; Editoria elettronica, biblioteche telematiche, progetto Manuzio; Linguistica; Storia della lingua e dialettologia Italiana; Biblioteconomia e documentalistica; Storia dell'editoria italiana; Didattica della letteratura.
  • Medieval-italy - A list to promote the exchange of information and resources on the medieval history and archaeology of Italy from c.400 to c.1350. It responds to an initiative to pool sources and documents gathered on research visits to Italy to avoid duplication and repetition of work in often difficult arch
  • Medioevo-italiano. "Medioevo-italiano mailing list is devoted to medieval Italy history, arts and culture. Potential audience: Historians, Medievalists, Byzantinists, Art Historians, Archaeologists. Italian is the primary working language of the list, but you can post brief abstracts in English, Française, Español, also in Latina Lingua; in any language if you want...."
  • Nestore-l (NEtwork di STORia Economica) - Per iscriversi alla mailing list cliccare sopra inserendo nel corpo del messaggio "subscribe Nestore-l" con il vostro nome e cognome - Editor: Michelangelo Vasta, University of Oxford, Supported by: Società Italiana Storici dell'Economia (SISE) - Message to: mailserv@cesit1.unifi.it - Nestore-l deals with issues of economic history, and is mainly in Italian.
  • [sissco@racine.ra.it], lista di discussione della SISSCO, la Società Italaliana per lo Studio della Storia Contemporanea, presso Racine, il server dei comuni della provincia di Ravenna. "Le informazioni sull'uso e sulle modalità di accesso alla lista SISSCO, la lista della Societa' italiana per lo Studio della Storia contemporanea, sono disponibili sul sito della SISSCO all'indirizzo: htttp://www.sissco.it/info/lista.html. Per qualsiasi problema rivolgersi a Tommaso Detti e-mail: sissco-l@iue.it o detti@unisi.it. Per consultare la raccolta dei messaggi precedentemente inviati alla lista, visita gli Archivi della lista Sissco.
  • S-fotografie -- Archivio Fotografico Toscano. (Nel caso voleste contattare direttamente i gestori (Luigi Tomassini e Oriana Goti) senza passare dalla lista si prega di scrivere a: info@aft.it). La lista di discussione s-fotografie è stata istituita dall'Archivio Fotografico Toscano (Sauro Lusini e Oriana Goti) e dall'Università di Bologna, sede di Ravenna (Luigi Tomassini), in collaborazione con la Società Italiana per lo Studio della Storia Contemporanea (SISSCO). I temi di discussione previsti e auspicati sono i seguenti: -La fotografia come bene culturale: conservazione, archiviazione, catalogazione, tutela - Storia della fotografia, intesa sia come storia delle tendenze artistiche e estetiche, sia storia dei processi e delle tecniche - La fotografia come mezzo di comunicazione visiva: sociologia e critica della fotografia, storia e problemi attuali - Fotografia e storia: uso della fotografia come documento e come materiale illustrativo per la storia - La normativa sulla fotografia storica: diritto d'autore, legislazione di tutela, ecc..." Per consultare la raccolta dei messaggi precedentemente inviati alla lista, visita gli Archivi della lista S-fotografie.
  • Storia-italiana, (from October 2000). ll discussions about Italy (1492-1861). Tutte le discussioni sull'Italia dalla fine del medioevo all'unificazione (1492-1861). Obiettivo primario della lista di discussione storia-italiana è quello di consentire il dialogo fra studiosi e cultori competenti di tutte le discipline relative all'Italia, a partire dalla fine del medioevo all'unificazione del 1861.
  • Newsletter di Etnografia a cura di Alessandra Guigoni
  • Forum della Fef (Fondazione Ezio Franceschini) e della Sismel (Società Internazionale per lo Studio del Medioevo Latino) , realizzati in collaborazione con Enea Campus/Internet Scuola e con Quipo.it provider. *Umano, subumano e superumano. Gerarchie nella natura dell'uomo (Secc. XIII-XIV). Seminario on line di Micrologus a cura di A. Paravicini Bagliani. *.L'intelletto fantastico. L'immaginario nel Liber Lele di Angela da Foligno, Seminario on line a cura di C. Leonardi e F. Santi.
  • history-teaching. A discussion's list "Run by the Computers in Teaching Initiative Centre for History with Archaeology and Art History, for the exchange of information about the use of computers in teaching, including datasets, software and teaching methods."
  • H-MUSEUM: The H-Net Network for Museum Professionals, "Sponsored by H-Net, Humanities & Social Sciences On-line, Michigan State University. H-Museum (ISSN 1618 - 0534) is a moderated mailing list and information forum. This means that texts are reviewed by an editorial panel, revised if necessary and only then transmitted. The manager of the list will ensure that the contents meet academic standards and prevent their use for commercial, non-academic or non-relevant purposes. The editorial team is supported by an advisory board. The mailing list addresses themes and questions primarily relating to museums and memorial places, but is also intended to be interdisciplinary, so that archaeological, historical, cultural and artistic information can be posted alongside other more established, central spheres of activity. Articles relating to the activities and news of archives and libraries will also be listed. A particular feature is the emphasis on museums and the internet. You will also find accounts and discussions of exhibitions, reviews of books and other communication media, as well as reports of conferences and calls for papers. Subscription applications are solicited from scientists in museums, universities, libraries, archives and other academic institutions, as well as from graduate students of the arts, cultural sciences, museology and history. The languages are mainly English and German, but Italian, French and Dutch too."
  • Archives of ITALIAN-ARCHAEOLOGY@JISCMAIL.AC.UK. An e-mail list about the archaeology of prehistoric, classical & medieval Italy
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  • La maling list “storia-nuova”, è moderata da "Francesco Cascioli [nuova-storia-subscribe@yahoogroups.com], "dedicata alla circolazione di materiale sulla Storia antica e contemporanea: da Nerone ai Longobardi, da Hitler fino a Valpreda. La mailing diffonde brevi brani settimanali che possano interessare e stimolare coloro che trovano piacere nel leggere e riflettere sugli avvenimenti passati. L’email tipo della mailing list segnala un evento minore, o su cui non si è riflettuto approfonditamente, e tende ad illustrare la macro-storia con la micro-storia, un po’ come Woody Allen – in un suo delizioso raccontino umoristico - illustrava la vita di un grande scrittore analizzando il suo conto della lavanderia. La lista di distribuzione di materiali sulla Storia, punta a far conoscere una serie di “fatti emblematici”, che riescano a dare un’idea “illuminante” su un periodo."
  • Italian Forum (University of Manchester) casts a wide disciplinary and chronological net, involving not only specialists in Italian art and architectural history, archaeology and museology but also, more generally, those with academic interests in Italian visual studies, material culture, built environments and heritage management, from antiquity to the present day. [...] Italian Forum offers an arena in Manchester in which scholars can meet to discuss their current research projects and plan others for the future, within, between and across disciplines. In addition to its regular work-in-progress seminars, it aims to sponsor lectures, workshops, colloquia and conferences on subjects of current research interest in the history of Italian art, architecture and archaeology, and to develop links with research projects and centres in the United Kingdom and abroad. In these ways, it is consolidating and developing a research community in which established scholars and postgraduate researchers working on Italy can flourish.
  • alumItalia: a cyber-community primarily for those people who have lived and studied in Italy.
  • Storiaorale -- Sulle fonti orali e il loro utilizzo in storiografia e scienze sociali. "Una lista che si propone come strumento di collegamento fra quanti si occupano di ricerca con le fonti orali. Per consultare la raccolta dei messaggi precedentemente inviati alla lista, visita gli Archivi della lista Storiaorale".
  • Information: Rassegna stampa italiana available fro the "Nachrichtendienst für Historiker". "Anche se il servizio d'informazione per storici, NFH, sia rivolto in primo luogo agli utenti di lingua tedesca, si apre nell'ambito delle rassegne stampa alla cultura italiana, anglosassone e francese. La rassegna stampa italiana fa parte del progetto http://www.risorgimento.info, dedicato alla storia del Risorgimento italiano e curato da Werner Daum. Il servizio si basa sullo spoglio elettronico dei maggiori giornali italiani disponibili in rete effettuato due volte alla settimana. [...] Si invita pure di abbonarsi alla newsletter gratuita che vi informerà via email sulle attualizzazioni della rassegna stampa italiana e dei altri servizi offerti dal NFH."

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[Red Arrow Image] The Italian History Index is made of different pages which are always under construction. You will find here Virtual Resources produced in Italy together with other world-wide Resources that deal with the history of Italy. The Index has and editorial board to select the "Best of the Italian History Index" and specific maintainers: "Medieval Italian History" is maintained by Prof.Pietro Corrao, University of Palermo and Prof.Roberto Delle Donne, University of Naples; "Anthropological Italian History" is maintained by Alessandra Guigoni, "Military History" is maintained by Elena Sodini, University of Verona, "E-teaching/e-learning" is maintained by Prof.Angelo Gaudio, University of Udine. In the future, new maintainers will contribute to the development of other categories in the Index.
[Red Arrow Image] The URL of this page is [lists.html].
[Red Arrow Image] The Italian History Index is a joint project between the European University Institute's Library and the History & Civilisation Department .
[Red Arrow Image] The Italian History Index was created in April 1995 and became part of the WWW VL History Network in May 1999.
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This page consists of a list of web-sites which we think are the best Italian History sites on the Internet made in Italy. Non-Italian sites on the history of Italy are part of The Italian History Index but are not yet part of this selection. To be elegible for this list of scientifically-evaluated sites, all web-sites should also be accessible totally and freely to a world-wide public without any kind of restriction. The Best of the Italian History Index has an Editorial Board.

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[Red Arrow Image] The site is managed by Serge Noiret [serge.noiret@eui.eu], (Ph.D. in Contemporary History, European Unversity Institute, Badia Fiesolana, Via dei Roccettini 9, I­50016 San Domenico (FI), Tel.: +39-0554685-348 - Fax +39-0554685-283), Click here for his Home Page.
Please direct your notices of new URL's or inoperative links to him here.
[Red Arrow Image] Medieval History is maintained by Prof.Pietro Corrao, University of Palermo, e-mail, home page, (Professore Straordinario di Storia Medievale, Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione - Dipartimento di Studi Storici e Artistici, Via G.Pascoli 6 - 90144 Palermo (Italia), tel. **/39/91/6956217, fax **/39/91/6956203). and by Prof.Roberto Delle Donne, University of Naples, e-mail, home page, (Professore associato di Storia medievale, Dipartimento di Discipline Storiche "Ettore Lepore", tel. 0812536301-2536562 - fax: 0812536343)
[Red Arrow Image] Anthropological History is maintained by Alessandra Guigoni, Home Page: [http://www.etnografia.it], Email: [aguigoni@yahoo.com].

[Red Arrow Image]E-Learning and E-Teaching Italian History through Internet is maintained by Prof.Angelo GaudioProfessore ordinario di Analisi dei sistemi educativi , SSD M-PED/02, Università degli studi di Udine, Dipartimento di Filosofia, Via Petracco 8, 33100 Udine, Home Page: [http://space.tin.it/hrcfga/gaudio.htm], Email: [gaudio@uniud.it].

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