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française de Rome. The École française de Rome includes a research
institute, a two hundred thousand books library, a publishing firm with a
twenty-five to thirty yearly output, roughly fifteen archaeological excavation
sites, a place where nearly 150 students with a scholarship can study every
year. Its task is to lead and host research projects in history, archaeology,
social sciences in Italy and the Mediterranean area from prehistory to our
times, in any place where Rome was once the hub of the universe. Three divisions
are responsible for these duties : antiquity, middle ages, modern and contemporary
period. (Piazza Farnese, 67, I 00186 Roma, Tél : (+39) 06 68 60 11, Fax :(+39)
06 687 48 34).
- èStoria - estoria.it, Corso Giuseppe Verdi, 67 — 34170 GORIZIA (ITALY),
Tel: (+39)0481-33776 — Fax: 0481-538370.
- ESEH - European Society
for Environmental History. "ESEH is a scholarly society that was founded
in 1999 to promote environmental history in Europe, by encouraging and supporting
research, teaching and publications in the field. The Society aims to stimulate
dialogue between humanistic scholarship, environmental science and other disciplines.
It welcomes members from all disciplines and professions who share its interest
in past relationships between human culture and the environment."
Sociological Association. "The Mission of ESA, The European Sociological
Association aims to facilitate sociological research, teaching and communication
on European issues, and to give sociology a voice in European affairs. ESA
is an academic association of sociologists and a non-profit Europe-wide association
made up of over 700 members. It was established in the early 1990s, following
deliberations and consultations among sociologists from a diverse range of
countries. Europe is in the midst of massive changes, including the transformations
in east and central Europe and the increasing integration of the European
Union. Sociology has much to contribute to European level debates and developments.
The ESA has an important role to play in organizing the European debate and
setting the agenda."
Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma. (Via di Torre Argentina,
18 - 00186 Roma, Tel. +39-066810001 - Fax +39-0668309047, e-mail: email@example.com).
- ESEH -
European Society for Environmental History. ESEH aims to promote environmental
history in Europe, by encouraging and supporting research, teaching and publications
in the field. For further information about the Society please contact the
secretary K. Jan Oosthoek: [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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About the Italian History Index
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.
The URL of this page is [societies.html].
The Italian History Index is a joint project between the European
University Institute's Library and the History
& Civilisation Department .
The Italian History Index was created in April 1995 and became part of the WWW
VL History Network in May 1999.
The Italian History Index is sending a logo to the best Italian History
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.
About the WWW VL and the WWW VL History Network
The World Wide Web Virtual Library is a collection of subject related Websites
maintained by institutions throughout the world, each administering a different
subject. The project is now managed by an independent committee made up of maintainers
of various subject areas. For more information on the History Network Project, go to
About the Maintainers
The site is managed by Serge Noiret [email@example.com], (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
Please direct your notices of new URL's or inoperative links to him here.
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,
page, (Professore associato di Storia medievale, Dipartimento di Discipline
Storiche "Ettore Lepore", tel. 0812536301-2536562 - fax: 0812536343)
Anthropological History is maintained by Alessandra Guigoni, Home Page: [http://www.etnografia.it],
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],
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11 May, 2007