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New OA Database: Firenze University Press

New OA Database: Firenze University Press

By Kyle Thomas, Electronic Resources Librarian

A new collection of Open Access journals and books is available from Firenze University Press, a department of the University of Florence. Included are 1,074 books from 381 research institutions, and 50 journals. The FLORE (FLOrence REsearch) institutional repository has been made available as well.

The institutional repository and publications are primarily in Italian or English.

Links can be found on the Open Access Resources tab of the Fordham Libraries Databases page.

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Highlighted Journals

Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology

The “Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology,” also an annual, peer-reviewed publication, was founded in 1901 at Florence University and is sponsored by the Italian Society of Anatomy and Embryology. The journal is dedicated to understanding anatomy by analyzing structure, function, development, and evolution.

Journal of Early Modern Studies

The “Journal of Early Modern Studies” is an annual, peer-reviewed publication sponsored by the University of Florence. It presents interdisciplinary research and discussion on aspects of early modern European culture relating to the European Renaissance. Topics include literature, language, art, history, politics, sociology, religion, and cultural studies.

Prometheus: Journal of Classical Studies

Prometheus: Journal of Classical Studies” is an Italian and English language publication from the University of Firenze. The journal brings together analyses, textual criticisms, and interpretations of antiquarian Latin and Greek works to demonstrate the past’s importance on modern students’ education.


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