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Quotidiani e riviste

 

Quotidiani e riviste

Our Library maintains current subscription to the Corriere della Sera and La Repubblica, the two main daily newspapers in Italy, to the weekly magazine L’Espresso and to the Times Literary Supplement.

Please note that we only keep back issues of the Corriere della Sera and La Repubblica for the past three months, of the Times Literary Supplement for the past twelve months, and of L’Espresso for the past 5 years.


Our library currently receives, on a regular basis, copies of the following periodical titles:

IN ITALIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE

· The Florentine Literary Review / A literary magazine published every 6 months by the independent publisher Florentine Press.
· Italian Studies / Journal of the Society for Italian Studies published montly by Routledge Taylor & Francis Group

IN ITALIAN

· Aghios - Quaderni di Studi Sveviani / published quarterly by Campanotto Editore
· Atti della Fondazione Giorgio Ronchi / scientific journalpublished bimonthly by the Associazione Giorgio Ronchi
· Civiltà della Tavola / published monthly by The Accademia Italiana della Cucina
· Memoria e ricerca - Rivista di Storia contemporanea / journal of the Fondazione Casa di Oriani Biblioteca di Storia Contemporanea, published quarterly by Il Mulino
· Pensiero Mazziniano / politics and culture periodical published every four months by the Associazione Mazziniana Italiana

IN ENGLISH

· Auto Italia / published monthly in the UK by Ginger Beer Promotion Ltd
· The Journal of European Economic History / published three times a year (spring, fall and winter) by ABI Servizi - Bancaria editrice.
· London Review of Books / Europe’s leading magazine of books and ideas published twice a month by LRB Ltd.
· Modern Italy / publish quarterly by the Association for the Study of Modern Italy


Please note that periodicals, newspapers and journals are not available for loan, they can be freely consulted in the reading room during the opening times.

 


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