Università degli Studi di Trento
Sistema Bibliotecario di Ateneo - Servizio Fac. di Lettere

 7/2003 (LXV)
Notiziario (saltuario) di umanesimo digitale

-Siti di interesse umanistico
-Info   (comprese: nuove accessioni)
-Risorse elettroniche   (cdrom e abbonamenti online)






“This site is intended to provide basic information and to inspire people to want to learn more about the ancient northern tradition. For further study please refer to the listed sources." (cit. dal web propr.)
Una panoramica sui vari argomenti e links a siti e fonti.




"La base Enluminures permet de consulter les reproductions numériques des enluminures et éléments de décor des manuscrits médiévaux conservés dans les bibliothèques municipales françaises. Cette base est coproduite par la Direction du livre et de la lecture et l'Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes (CNRS) dans le cadre de leur programme commun de recensement des manuscrits enluminés. Ce travail de recensement, engagé en 1979, vise à reproduire les enluminures des manuscrits et à en donner une description complète intégrant des informations sur les manuscrits eux-mêmes, les textes et les éléments de décor.
Enluminures comprend actuellement plus de 14000 images consultables sous forme de vignette et de plein écran. Elle s'accroît régulièrement par le versement des images et des notices décrivant les collections d'une centaine de bibliothèques.
La base propose une interrogation multicritère portant, au choix, sur les manuscrits eux-mêmes (affichage d'une notice par manuscrit) ou sur les décors (affichage d'une notice par élément de décor). Les notices de manuscrits comportent les références du document et indiquent l'auteur, le titre, le type de texte, la date du manuscrit, son origine, son possesseur, et la typologie de son décor. Les notices iconographiques reprennent certains renseignements des notices de manuscrits, elles précisent le sujet du décor et son contexte, parfois son attribution. Ces notices, réalisées par l'IRHT, utilisent un vocabulaire normalisé et contrôlé ; les représentations sont indexées avec le thésaurus iconographique de F. Garnier." (cit. dal web propr.)




"This Web site, produced by Washington University, claims to be a surrealist guide to surrealism, its history, its literature, and the movement's presence on the Internet. The site is divided into a number of sections: automatic writing; surrealist games; a surrealist conversation generator; objects and delusions; exhibitions; surrealist writing and writers; sound; futurism; further links. As the site is surrealist in form, it is not set up to transmit information. However, it is very useful for 'experiencing' the wit and shock of surrealism - and provides helpful links to more 'academic' sites."   (cit. da Humbul)


SH:IN:E - Shakespeare in Europe


William Shakespeare and Shakespearean figures as a cultural icons; how does Shakespeare appear in various cultures and at different times, what does his figure stand for etc. (Shakespeare monuments, names of buildings, prizes, etc.). How have the figures from his plays been used?; Shakespeare on the stage; Shakespearean figures; how are figures presented in the theatre of different countries? One possible project: Shylock in different countries in different periods.
How are Shakespeare's works adapted in different genres: opera, novels, etc. How has Shakespeare been modernised? How has Shakespeare been adapted to various regional/local, political and emotional needs?
What notions of translation have been applied to Shakespeare? Which linguistic expressions/phenomena are considered to be equivalent in different places and at different times?
Are there European/national traditions of studying Shakespeare? What has Shakespeare's role been in shaping the academic traditions of various countries?
(recensione liberamente tratta dal sito propr.)




"This site has been designed to provide basic information on science and technology in ancient Greece and Rome...
 -Who's who gives names, dates, brief biographies and bibliographic references for scientists and technologists in antiquity.
 -What's what gives a brief explanation of and references for things, such as machines, schools, and buildings, especially those mentioned in The Big Picture.
 -The Big Picture is a table putting ancient scientists and inventions in their wider historical context. There are columns for military, political, and other (= social,        economic, intellectual) history, as well as one each for science and technology.
 -Specific subjects gives basic information on the different subjects, namely, astronomy (includes astrology), biology, engineering, geography, manufacturing, mathematics, mechanics, medicine, and physics (includes chemistry).
 -Texts and translations has links to other sites where they can be found on-line, in Greek or in English translation. It will also list printed texts and translations by author.
There is also a button to search this site for a specific name or thing. This site is an academic one and therefore is continuously being developed." (cit. dal web propr.)




"The Furness Shakespeare Web page is a University of Pennsylvania site containing facsimile reproductions of important texts from the Renaissance. The texts have been beautifully digitised, and many well-known authors are represented, as well as some more obscure ones: Donne, Shakespeare, Behn, Mosse, Pope, Stow, for example.
The site also contains the English Renaissance in Context project (ERIC), which gives students access to Renaissance texts in their orginal form, as well as offering multi-media tutorials on a number of Shakespeare's plays (including Romeo and Juliet and King Lear)."   (cit. da Humbul)




"A major part of the historical-cultural heritage is still buried in the subsoil, treated by an advancing degradation. This patrimony does not consist in single archaeological sites, but in areas and landscapes of a certain extension. The inclusion of the earth sciences among those traditionally applied at the archaeological aims, may bring about a more correct and efficient data interpretation and allows moreover the tracing of better space-time relations between the various sites.
Only part of the earth sciences can be aplied usefully, i.e. that part that refers to the last geological periods (Quaternary) and that concers specifically the dynamics of the processes at the earth surface.
A definition of  geoarchaeology is: archaeological research, applying the concepts and methods of earth sciences. Thus, geoarchaeology shares with  archaeology the field of research and part of the aims. Geoarchaeological initiated, together with modern geology, in the first half of the last century, around the question of the age of mankind. It was rediscovered only from the seventies on, together with the development of modern archaeology. It is now fully recognized that, before correlating the excavation data with culture, the possible modifications brought about by depositional and post-depositional processes should be evaluated.
The application of the techniques and methods of  geological sciences to archaeological research is justified by the consistency of earth shaping processes and their resulting stratigraphies. And it is necessary since it has been realized that the association of items within the deposits at the excavation is not merely the result of contemporaneous or episodic human activity, but often a consequence of the influences of numerous natural formation processes acting through time.
Useful techniques and methods are available within the wide range of possibilities of geoarchaeology, among which particularly: physical geography (the study of earth surface dynamics), sedimentology (the study of sedimentation processes and sediments), geophysics (offering the techniques for non destructive prospection) and  soil science (the study of soils and the transformation processes of the earth surface)." (cit. dal web propr.)


LAMOP - Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris


"This is the website of Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris (LAMOP), a composite research group created in 1994 by uniting research teams from the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and Université Paris I. At the core of this union are the CNRS' teams Equipe de Recherche sur l'Humanisme Français des XIVe et XVe siècles (ERHF) and Traitement automatique des sources du Moyen Âge. Other research teams from Université Paris I joined this union, including Centre de Recherche d'Histoire de l'Occident Médiéval, Lexique du Latin Philosophique Médiéval, Centre d'étude et de recherche sur le monde méditerranéen au Moyen Âge.
Each main research area is given a distinct web presence within the LAMOP website, and detailed information is provided in each case about research themes, researchers and collaborators, programmes and events, research tools, bibliographies and publications. Of interest to manuscript studies in particular are: "Textes, cultures et communication", "Histoire du livre médiéval", "Le latin médiéval: langue, sources, archivistique, diplomatique", and "Informatique et médiévistique." (cit. da Humbul)




"The Rossetti Archive is a hypertextual instrument designed to facilitate the scholarly study of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, the painter, designer, writer, and translator who was, according to both John Ruskin and Walter Pater, the most important and original artistic force in the second half of the nineteenth century in Great Britain. This is the first of four planned installments of the Archive.
When completed, the project as a whole will provide students and scholars with access to all of DGR's original works, pictorial as well as textual. These original materials are gathered into the Archive along with a large corpus of contextual materials, most drawn from the period when DGR's work first appeared and established its reputation (approximately 1848-1920). All of these documents are SGML-encoded for full structured search and analysis. In addition, the plan is to include high-quality digital images, in full color as necessary, of every surviving documentary state of DGR's works: all the manuscripts, proofs, and original editions, as well as all the drawings, paintings, and designs of various kinds, including his collaborative photographic and craft works. These primary materials are transacted with a substantial corpus--also SGML-encoded-- of editorial commentary, notes, and glosses that elucidate the documents and the works they support." (cit. dal web propr.)




"Presented by the Institute of Human Origins, this visually impressive site presents human evolution in “a broadband documentary experience" and offers news and debates in paleoanthropology" (cit. da:  Best of History Web Sites)
Contiene un nutrito elenco di siti selezionati riguardanti la paleoantropologia.




"...Si la BHL, mise à jour en 1911, puis à nouveau en 1986, est d'un usage relativement commode, il n'en va pas de même de l'ensemble constitué par les catalogues de manuscrits hagiographiques, du moins pour le chercheur désireux d'établir une liste de tous les témoins connus d'un texte déterminé: le nombre élevé des catalogues, leur dispersion dans des dizaines de volumes d'AB et de Subsidia, rendent ce travail long et peu commode.
C'est le mérite de Guy Philippart d'avoir lancé, il y a quelques années, le projet de saisie de tous les catalogues bollandiens sur support électronique. Dans le cadre du Centre de recherche «Hagiographies» qu'il anime au sein du département d'histoire des Facultés universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix à Namur, Michel Trigalet et François De Vriendt, assistés de Paul Bertrand et de Bénédicte Legrain, créèrent la base de données «Légendiers», où les données des catalogues se combinent avec les rubriques correspondantes de la BHL. Celles-ci se voient en outre enrichies d'une série d'éléments de type sociologique et géographique, fournissant ainsi les matériaux d'une grande enquête statistique sur l'histoire de la sainteté et des textes qui s'y réfèrent (2) . De son côté, la Société des Bollandistes avait procédé à la saisie des incipit et desinit -- travail mené à bien par Jean-Marie Delanghe.
L'une des finalités de l'entreprise était d'aboutir à un index hagiographique cumulatif de tous les catalogues de manuscrits publiés par les Bollandistes, à l'exception des «Inventaires hagiographiques des catalogues latins» régulièrement publiés dans les AB. De commun accord, il avait été décidé que la Société des Bollandistes se chargerait de la révision de l'ensemble et de sa publication. Le travail achevé, il fallut toutefois se rendre à l'évidence: une édition tradi tionnelle sous forme de livre imprimé eût rempli pas moins de 3000 pages: un volume énorme, peu maniable, dont le coût eût été prohibitif. De surcroît, une telle formule eût privé l'usager des multiples ressources offertes par une recherche informatisée, en même temps qu'elle eût figé l'ensemble au seul corpus des catalogues bollandiens." (cit. dal web propr.)






"Desde que en 1780 compendió el gran Diccionario de autoridades en un solo volumen para facilitar su manejo y consulta, no ha dejado la Real Academia de trabajar en el perfeccionamiento y actualización de su Diccionario de la lengua española. En el Arte poética decía Horacio que "al igual que los bosques mudan sus hojas cada año, pues caen las viejas, acaba la vida de las palabras ya gastadas, y con vigor juvenil florecen y cobran fuerza las recién nacidas. [...] Renacerán vocablos muertos y morirán los que ahora están en boga, si así lo quiere el uso, árbitro, juez y dueño en cuestiones de lengua". Por ello, atenta a la evolución del uso, la Academia va revisando de continuo las entradas del Diccionario para prescindir de aquellas que han perdido vigencia y que, por su naturaleza, tienen mejor acomodo en el Diccionario histórico. De los 83 014 artículos registrados en la anterior edición han sido suprimidos, por ese u otros conceptos, 6008, al tiempo que de las 154 480 acepciones de lema se ha prescindido de 17 337, y de las 23 882 formas complejas se han eliminado 2131. Todo ese material queda, naturalmente, accesible para su consulta en el Nuevo tesoro lexicográfico." (cit. dal web propr.)

AHRB - Parkes Centre for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations
"Established in 2000 through a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Board in Britain, the AHRB Parkes Centre for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations is the first research institute in the United Kingdom to be devoted to this subject. It is based at the University of Southampton.
One of the most notable parts of the site is its description of the Centre's impressive library and archival holdings. The latter comprises one of the United Kingdom's most important collections on Anglo-Jewish history, with additional sources on European Jewry.
Subsites describe the Centre's latest seminars, lectures and conferences...There are also helpful -- although not extensive -- annotated links pages describing the main online academic resources in this field.
The site provides contact details and research interests of the professional academics who are affiliated with the Centre. The site also has its own search engine.”  (cit. da Humbul)

Encyclopedias, Greek Mythology, The Heroes, History of Ancient Greece, Ancient Olympics, Trojan War, Greek Art & Architecture, WebQuests, Homer, The Iliad, The Odyssey, Famous Places, E-texts, Mythology in Western Art, Lesson Plans, Bibliography.
Strumenti per l'insegnamento della mitologia (ma non solo) greca a livello scolastico: vi si trovano anche utili links di interesse accademico.

"...the web directory of internet resources related to the New Testament. This comprehensive, up-to-date and user-friendly site has won several awards and it features annotated links on everything from the Greek New Testament to Jesus in Film. Visit often to browse this constantly expanding site or to use its fast search facility." (cit. dal web propr.)

MANUSCRIPT STUDIES - Medieval and Early Modern
"This web site, then, is intended as a prototype, to suggest some of the things that such a web-based course could do, and to be a locus for collecting contributions from those who wish to participate. We hope to build a collection of pages on the web which introduces many and various aspects of doing primary research with manuscript and early printed materials. We could cover everything from paleographical descriptions of a range of scripts (with photographic facsimiles and transcription exercises) to anecdotes about what is involved in doing research in particular archives and libraries. The scope of the course could and should be pan-European at least, and global if possible; it should be historically inclusive to cover bibliographical issues throughout the medieval and early modern periods; it should meet the needs of historians as well as literary scholars." (cit. dal web propr.)

ELECTRONIC PALEOGRAPHY - A New Bibliographical Website
"This is an electronic bibliography for palaeography based on the Italian edition of Leonard Boyle's "Medieval Latin Palaeography: a bibliographical introduction" (Toronto, 1984). The Italian edition "Paleografia latina medievale: introduzione bibliografica" (Rome, 1999) contains a large supplement of almost 500 entries in addition to those in the earlier edition, and an introduction by Fabio Troncarelli. There are also plans to add a further unpublished 1,200 entries and any new relevant titles on a regular basis in the Electronic Palaeography." (cit. da Humbul)

SEELRC - Slavic and East European Language Resource Center
"Established in 1999 and operated jointly by Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Slavic and East European Language Resource Center (SEELRC) is one of fourteen National Foreign Language Resource Centers.
The mission of the SEELRC (pronounced "see-l-r-c") is to improve the national capacity to teach and learn Slavic and East European languages. The Center accomplishes this by developing teaching and assessment materials as well as by supporting research and a variety of activities, including undergraduate and graduate education and exchange programs, conferences, seminars, and public outreach programs. Funding for the Center comes from the U.S. Department of Education under Title VI of the Higher Education Act of 1965.
Visitors to this site can access the Center's many projects, keep abreast of research in Slavic and East European languages, and discover other resources on the internet." (cit. dal web propr.)
Pubblica online la rivista Glossos (in formato PDF) specializzato in lingue slave e dell'est europeo.

IAHR - International Association for the History of Religions
" The International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR) serves to promote the academic study of religions through the international collaboration of all scholars whose research has a bearing on the subject (c.f. Constitution, article 1). It consists in principle of its member associations which are established in various countries and regions throughout the world. The IAHR was founded as an organization in 1950 on the occasion of the VIIth International Congress for the History of Religions, held in Amsterdam. The first Congress in the series was held in Paris in 1900...The IAHR is itself a member association of the Conseil International de la Philosophie et des Sciences Humaines (CIPSH)  under the auspices of Unesco." (cit. dal web propr.)

"The aim of the survey is to bring together on a computerised database information about papers relating to Jewish individuals and families, Jewish organisations, congregations and communities in the UK and Eire held both publicly and privately.
A preliminary stage was the creation of a core list of names of prominent Anglo-Jewish individuals, prominent Jewish organisations and congregations and communities to use as a base in researching material.
As a next stage, in the region of 500 questionnaires were distributed to repositories, organisations, institutions in both the UK and Eire seeking information on their holdings. The response rate was overall high, nearly 90%. The survey questionnaire was designed so that it gathered information on whether repositories held material in a number of broadly defined categories: for synagogues and communities, on community, social and welfare organisations, on refugees or immigrants, on schools, educational or youth organisations, on business and of individuals or families. Information from these questionnaires was used as a basis for entries for the computerised database.
Following on from the questionnaire, a systematic search is being made of lists, catalogues and indexes for references to material relating to Jewish individuals, organisations, communities, etc. This search uses as its basis a core list. Further up-to- date information on collections comes by a number of different routes, but two which should be mentioned and acknowledged are the assistance of repositories that send catalogues of new collections and the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts which sends information of new acquisitions or material to be auctioned." (cit. dal web propr.)

"Best of History Web Sites is an award-winning portal created for students, history educators, and general history enthusiasts. Here you'll find sites, rated for usefulness and accuracy, that will help you study or teach a wide variety of topics and periods in History." (cit. dal web propr.)

"The web site "A Polish Grammar" has been compiled by Grzegorz Jagodzi?ski and provides an explanation of Polish grammar and pronunciation in both English and Polish versions. His approach is rather technical and will appeal to linguists and those who have a good grasp of linguistic terminology rather than those who are learning Polish at a beginners or even intermediate level." (cit. da Humbul)

"The D. H. Lawrence Centre came into existence at the University of Nottingham in 1990 and held its inaugural conference in November 1991. The lectures given that day (by Professor James T. Boulton, Dr Keith Sagar and Professor John Worthen) were published as The Centre and the Circles, the first of the Centre's Occasional Papers. The second Occasional Paper, Professor Worthen's inaugural lecture at the University of Nottingham (Cold Hearts and Coronets: Lawrence, The Weekleys and the von Richthofens) is available in electronic form on this site. Since 1991, the Centre has held a large number of one-day and residential conferences, and has brought Lawrence scholars together from all over the world.  On 11 September 2000, it was re-launched as the D. H. Lawrence Research Centre; on that date a piece of silk painted by Lawrence and deposited with the Centre by Gerald Pollinger was unveiled; Lawrence created it in Spotorno in 1925 and gave it as a present to Serafina Ravagli (it is illustrated at the head of this web-page)." (cit. dal web propr.)

NOVITA’ nella   Rassegna degli strumenti informatici per lo studio dell’antichità classica
Aggiornamento al 16 giugno 2003
(cit. dalla Rassegna)

NOVITA’ in   Reti Medievali
Aggiornamento al 15 giugno 2003
(fonte: RM)

NOVITA’ in   Italianistica Online
Aggiornamento al 21 aprile 2003
(fonte: It. Online)

NOVITA’ nella  Enciclopedia Multimediale delle Scienze Filosofiche
Aggiornamento al 17 giugno 2003
(cit. dalla EMSF)





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Atlante Italiano.it - Ministero dell'Ambiente
"Il servizio Internet del Portale Cartografico Nazionale permette la visualizzazione e l'utilizzazione della Cartografia di Base Nazionale dell' Intero Territorio Italiano prodotta a seguito dell'Accordo Integrativo tra Stato - Regioni del 12 ottobre 2000 sul Sistema Cartografico di Riferimento.
Tale Base è costituita da carte topografiche e ortoimmagini nel sistema di riferimento geodetico-cartografico UTM-WGS84 complete per tutto il Territorio Nazionale. Attualmente sono in linea carte topografiche a piccola scala (1:1.000.000 - 1:250.000 - 1:100.000) a media scala (1:25.000) e ortoimmagini ad alta risoluzione (pixel 1 metro) sia in bianco e nero che a colori acquisite da volo aereo in periodi diversi.
Sono attualmente consultabili anche strati vettoriali di base e tematici contenenti le informazioni attualmente disponibili a livello nazionale, predisposte in collaborazione con le Amministrazioni competenti, tra questi:
-Carta del Rischio Idrogeologico
-Aree Protette (Parchi Nazionali, Parchi regionali, Riserve naturali..)
-Uso del Suolo
-Carta Ecopedologica
Il nucleo iniziale della Base sarà integrato da ulteriori ed essenziali strati informativi vettoriali in corso di elaborazione in scala 1:10.000 per l'intero territorio nazionale tra i quali:
-Reticolo idrografico e relativi bacini
-Reti di comunicazione ferroviaria e stradale
-Intorno dei centri urbani e nuclei abitati
-Modello digitale del terreno ad alta risoluzione
-Edificato urbano dei capoluoghi di provincia
Tale iniziativa ha l'obiettivo strategico di promuovere e diffondere l'utilizzo dei Sistemi Informativi Territoriali, di rendere le informazioni di carattere ambientale e territoriale disponibili ad un pubblico vasto anche di non addetti ai lavori, tenendo in considerazione i progetti e le attività attualmente in corso a livello Nazionale ed Europeo." (cit. dal web propr.)

Abbreviationes™ 2.2
"Abbreviationes™, the first electronic dictionary of medieval Latin abbreviations, is a powerful database designed for use in both learning and teaching of medieval Latin paleography. Abbreviationes™ is also a highly useful reference and research tool. It consists of a database (Main Dictionary) and a database application (Abbreviationes™) – a mature, robust, and reliable program, suitable for everyone from the novice to the expert. An electronic dictionary is immeasurably more effective than a printed dictionary in terms of speed and efficiency. Furthermore, our database currently comprises over 70,000 entries, nearly five times as many as you would find in the printed dictionaries by Walther, Chassant, De la Braña, Cappelli, and Pelzer combined. Thanks to annual updates and enhancements, the Main Dictionary will continue to grow steadily. Abbreviationes™ is a standard reference work and reflects the state of contemporary scholarship." (cit. dal web propr.)

Internet Resources for East European Studies
Europa Centrale, Balcani, Paesi Baltici: suddiviso per nazionie all'interno di ciascuna per argomenti. La Russia e e altri paesi dell'ex URSS sono qui.

Progetto Mantegna
"Il Progetto Mantegna è presentato al pubblico in una mostra permanente allestita nella chiesa degli Eremitani di Padova. Su dei grandi pannelli sono illustrati i risultati della ricerca di ricomposizione degli oltre 80 mila frammenti recuperati nel 1944 all'indomani dei bombardamenti. Ogni frammento, infatti, è stato restaurato, fotografato e documentato, in attesa di capire se e come si possa tentare una ricollocazione in situ. E, in via eccezionale, fino all'11 marzo 2004, giorno dell'anniversario del bombardamento, saranno visibili alcuni frammenti originali. La mostra, illustra anche la storia del ciclo mantegnesco e la vicenda bellica che ne comportò la distruzione. (mo.s.)" (cit. da: Galileo)

FRANTIQ - Réseau  et  bases de données des sciences de l'Antiquité
"FRANTIQ est un service d'accueil qui propose différentes structures pour réunir les productionsde bases de données des Centres de recherches du CNRS dans le domaine des sciences de l'Antiquité...est une coopérative de Centres de recherches du CNRS, des Universités et du Ministère de la culture, mettant en commun des bases de données sur les sciences de l'Antiquité, de la préhistoire au Moyen Âge.
Action soutenue par la direction Sciences de l'Homme et de la Société (SHS) du Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)." (cit. dal web propr.)

Carnet d'Adresses en Langues Anciennes
Una nutrita lista di siti utili per l'insegnamento e l'apprendimento del greco e del latino: suddivisi per temi e tipologia.

Répertoire des Sources Philosophiques Antiques
"Ce répertoire (dont on ne consultera ici qu'une version préliminaire) a pour ambition de regrouper les sources philosophiques primaires de l'Antiquité des Présocratiques à la fin du VIe siècle de notre ère, en fournissant pour chaque document une liste des éditions, traductions, commentaires et instruments divers utiles pour une recherche de première main. La bibliographie secondaire n'est généralement pas prise en compte." (cit. dal web propr.)

Informazioni e links di servizio

Sistema Bibliotecario di Ateneo

"Sono stati recentemente inseriti nel Catalogo dei periodici i 283 titoli online dell'editore Blackwell e i 137 di Oxford University Press: sono quindi circa 4000 le riviste delle quali è ora disponibile il full text...
Accessibilita': da qualunque postazione Internet, anche esterna alla rete di Ateneo, tramite login
Avvertenze: le annate disponibili in full text dipendono dalle politiche editoriali e pertanto variano da titolo a titolo.
Riferimento: Pierluigi Agostini - tel 0461 881346"
(cit. da: Pierluigi Agostini)

Chiusure estive e orari ridotti  per il Polo di Lettere:  http://www.biblio.unitn.it/biblioteche/chiusure_lettere.asp
(fonte: web della Biblioteca)

Testi dei corsi
Aggiornamento continuativo

Nuove accessioni
Aggiornamento quindicinale
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Cdrom e abbonamenti online

Die Fackel : Nr 1 (1899)- Nr. 922 (1936)
Volltextausgabe / Herausgeber Karl Kraus ; mit Bibliographie und Register von Wolfgang Hink.
CD-ROM ed.

NOTE sulle risorse elettroniche

-L’elenco completo dei cdrom posseduti a Lettere è disponibile  presso l’indirizzo CDRom.html
-Nel sito della Biblioteca di Ateneo c’e’ l’elenco del materiale in rete interna: per accedere cliccare su “Risorse elettroniche
-Banche dati e cdrom di altri enti e istituzioni sono visibili qui.


A cura di  Carlo Favale
Internet per gli Umanisti    carl.htm