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Italian politics and political history/government documents

A guide to the Stanford University Library's resources for the study of Italian politics, including government materials from the Republic of Italy.

Oggi in Italia

LexisNexis - Italian newspapers are found in Lexis-Nexis Academic. Under "search by content type" pick "Foreign language news" and then select "Italian." Among the titles covered are: Corriere della Sera, ItaliaOggi, Il Resto di Carlino, La Nazione, and La Stampa, as well as the wire service ANSA.

Corriere della sera - main Italian newspaper, with English section on Italian politics and culture

Italia Oggi - online newspaper focusing on Italian finance and politics.

WESS Web Italy

Italian Consulate of San Francisco

Government and Administration

Italian Newspapers

Government Documents

Documents issued by the Italian parliament are available at this site:

http://www.parlamento.it/home

Available at the Stanford University Libraries

The Stanford University Libraries' holdings in materials produced by Italian governing bodies, as well as secondary scholarship associated with them, are diverse and complex.  While not exhaustive, the following list offers a sample of those holdings.

  1. Spencer M. Di Scala. 1988

  2. edited by Monica Azzolini and Isabella Lazzarini. 2017

Political History

The following represent the most recent works in Italian political history acquired by the Stanford University Libraries

  1. edited by Sandrine Baume, Véronique Boillet, and Vincent Martenet. 2021

  2. Caterina Froio, Pietro Castelli Gattinara, Giorgia Bulli and Matteo Albanese. 2020

  3. Daniela Saresella. 2020

  4. Ashley Walsh. 2020

  5. edited by Rhonda L. Hinther and Jim Mochoruk. 2020

  6. edited by Frank Burke, Marguerite Waller, Marita Gubareva. 2020

  7. Paola Ugolini. 2020

  8. Paola Ugolini. 2020

  9. Adriano Prosperi ; translated by Jeremy Carden. 2020

  10. Guy P. Raffa. 2020

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