A forum aimed particularly at Italian studies postgraduates, led by University of Reading research students, it gathers contributions from people working in the field of Italian studies, covering various aspects of Italian culture (literature, history, cinema, art, etc
H-Italy is an online resource focusing on scholarly topics in Italian history and culture. The website is concerned with the period ranging from the Middle Ages to the present and it is aimed at scholars and graduate students in Italian studies.
The datasets in this collection are from The Italian Academies 1525-1700 project to catalogue books deposited at the British Library and published by Italian Academies in the cities of Bologna, Naples, Padua, Siena, Venice, Verona, Mantua, Ferrara, Rome, Sicily and cities of southern Italy.
The Italian Women Writers project (IWW) preserves and provides access to an extensive corpus of literature written by Italian women authors. It brings together information on and texts by both famous and less well-known Italian women writers from the late 12th century to writers born in 1945. The range of texts includes: autobiographies; children's literature; diaries; histories and chronicles; interviews; letters; novels; poems; reviews; and travel literature.