• Current Calls

  • Autumn Guided Tours

    District tours: Il quartiere ebraico, 6 November 2020.
    You can find all further information and the other scheduled dates here.

    By keeping the number of participants small, we guarantee the necessary social distancing.

  • Open Access

    Databases and Online Publications – Overview
    as well as Podcasts

  • Newsletter

    Stay in touch with the DHI Rome! 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) as well as the current edition (italian) (October 2020).


  • Ferdinand Gregorovius: Poetry and Science. Collected German and Italian Letters


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: 30 October 2020.

Applications are accepted exclusively via  ...   

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships)


Applications for an internship at the DHI Rome must be submitted by 30 October 2020 (for the period January–June 2021) and will only be accepted via the application portal.

Further information on the terms of an internship and the application documents to be submitted can be found in the  ...   

During this year's autumn guided tours we will get to learn more about some of Rome's districts and, due to the small number of participants, we will grant the necessary social distancing. The next tour will take place on 6. November 2020: Il quartiere ebraico nella storia del Novecento
Dr. Bianca Gaudenzi Meeting point: 10.00, Piazza Mattei, Fontana delle Tartarughe (The Turtle Fountain)more

Opportunities (jobs and scholarships)

DHI Rome/I Tatti Joint Fellowship

The German Historical Institute in Rome and I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies offer a joint fellowship. It aims stimulate and support increased scholarship on cultural exchange with and within the African continent during the period c. 1250–1750 – a period that is usually not taken into account in historiography.
The application deadline is 16 November 2020, for further information  ...   



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  ...   

New Release

BDHI 140

The study addresses the experiences of Italian Jewish women in the context of Italian politics and society after the birth of the unified liberal State, during the First World War and during the fascist dictatorship up until 1945. Using sources examined here for the first time, the research will shed new light on Italian and Jewish-Italian history of the XIX and XX centuries within its European and transnational  ...   

The Institute will still be closed to the public. We are working on a partial reopening plan to ensure maximum security for employees and users.
We will keep you informed through our website, facebook page and newsletter. Stay healthy!   

We are pleased to offer all external readers a reproduction service within the framework of copyright law. The library's premises must remain closed to the public until further notice.
Please contact the following email addresses for further information and orders:
Holdings History: bibliothek[at]dhi-roma.it
Holdings Music History: musikbibliothek[at]dhi-roma.it The  ...   


Open Access

Databases, monographs, collected volumes, journal articles and reviews on a wide range of historical and musicological topics from the Middle Ages to the recent past – all this and more is freely available here.
Or perhaps you would also like to listen to and watch our  ...   

Are you doing research on topics of Italian history or music history? Are you concerned with the history of German-Italian relations in transregional or transnational contexts? Then send us your article for publication in our journal "Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Bibliotheken". It is published once a year and epoch-spanning, covering the period from the early Middle Ages to the present.  ...   

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