The library will be closed on the following days:
Friday, 7 April 2023 (Good Friday)
Monday, 10 April 2023 (Easter Monday)
Tuesday, 25 April 2023 (Anniversario della Liberazione)

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships)

Job Digital Humanities

We are looking for a researcher to join the German-French research network GRACEFUL17 – Global Governance, Local Dynamics. Transnational Regimes of Grace in the Roman Dataria Apostolica, 17th Century – for a limited period of three years from 1 September 2023.
Please send us your application by 30 April 2023. You can find all further information and the complete application form on our more

An international workshop is being held in Florence from 30 to 31 May 2023. It will focus on the role of humanitarianism in the relations of Southern European states from the beginning of the post-war period until the end of the Cold War. Deadline for the Call for Papers is 31 March. Please click here for further information.

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships)

Ludwig and Margarethe Quidde Fellowship

The Ludwig and Margarethe Quidde Fellowship supports a research stay in Rome, which is intended to support independent scientific work. It is aimed at young researchers who have completed their PhD and are distinguished by particularly outstanding academic achievements in the fields of history or musicology. Application deadline: 31 March 2023.

Applications are accepted exclusively via our  ...   

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Internships at the DHI Rome

Every year, the German Historical Institute in Rome awards several six-week internships to students of history or music history, mainly of higher semesters, whose studies are focused on the field of German-Italian relations or Italian history.
The application deadline for the period between October and December 2023 is 28 May 28 2023.

Applications are accepted exclusively in our more

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships)

Roman Studies Course 1–8 October 2023

The call for applications for this year's Roman Studies Course, which will take place in Rome from 1 to 8 October 2023, is open until 31 May 2022. 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 information  ...   

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–Thursday 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m., Friday 9.00 a.m. – 3.30 p.m.




We are pleased about your interest in our institute, stay in touch with us! Our newsletter provides you with information on upcoming events, applications, new research projects and recent publications of the DHI Rome.  Here you can read the current edition (german)  ...   

This book investigates old age and ageing in premodern times, with a special focus on the Middle Ages. Perspectives from the areas of gerontology and the humanities, and above all from history, are combined to provide novel insights. The gerontological articles explain key theories and methods that are relevant for the analysis of historical developments, while contributions from the humanities offer historical evidence  ...   

Published on the occasion of Hubert Houben’s 70th birthday, this volume focuses on border crossings as one of the topics dear to the jubilarian. By starting from a concept of borders as a social construct, the authors look at selected cases of transcending spatial, cultural and legal boundaries in the Middle Ages. The resulting complexity and multi-perspectivity reflects different research methods and traditions, revealing a  ...   

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