The library will be closed on 20 May (Whitmonday) and 30 May (Corpus Christi).   

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships)

Roman Studies Course 29 September – 6 October 2024

The call for applications for this year's Roman Studies Course, which will take place in Rome from 29 September to 6 October 2024, is open until 31 May 2024. It is addressed to advanced students and doctoral candidates in the subjects of history and music history. The aim is to link the history of Rome from the early Middle Ages to contemporary history with basic questions of both disciplines. You can find all further  ...   

Deadline: 15 June 2024
Premodern sacred space was never in stasis. It was moving, active, and filled with materials,
objects, sounds, and people that combined to create an atmosphere of the sacred and, sometimes,
the miraculous. Responding in part to the sensory turn, this workshop seeks papers that address the lost or
ephemeral aspects of medieval sacred spaces. The interdisciplinary workshop  ...   

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships)

Research Grants

As part of its mission, the German Historical Institute in Rome awards scholarships for the training of young academics in the fields of history and music history. The DHI Rome offers various programmes within the framework of its scholarship regulations: research scholarships, travel grants, and scholarships to apply for third-party funding.

The current calls for applications with a deadline of  ...   

For technical reasons, the library is not currently able to operate on a regular basis. However, we provide a limited number of places in the reading room to our external users who request them at bibliothek[at] Opening hours: Monday–Friday 9.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.   

Sicilian-born composer Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725) worked mainly in Rome and Naples, with great success. His music was also appreciated in other parts of Italy, and Scarlatti's varied and extensive oeuvre had a formative influence on the country’s musical culture around the year 1700. This volume presents Scarlatti's contribution to compositional genres relevant to his time using a variety of methodological approaches.  ...   



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