Von Aachen bis Akkon. Grenzüberschreitungen im Mittelalter

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...   


Otto Hintze, Storia costituzionale e amministrativa degli Stati moderni, ed. by Gabriele Coltorti

Si pubblicano le lezioni di storia costituzionale e amministrativa sull'Italia tra medioevo ed età moderna che lo storico tedesco Otto Hintze tenne tra gli ultimi anni del XIX secolo e il 1920. Questi testi costituivano una parte...   


QFIAB 102 (2022)

Now published and fully available in Open Access   


Stefanie Hamm, Die Chronik des Richard von San Germano

The chronicle of Richard of San Germano is of fundamental importance in knowing about the history of the Swabian emperor Frederick II in Italy. Stefanie Hamm analyses the life and work of the notary from San Germano for the first...   


Giovanni Pacini, Gli Arabi nelle Gallie

"The most prolific and perhaps the most imaginative of the Italian masters, the author of a hundred operas, who was, in the early stages of his career, Rossini's competitor; the tireless emulator of Bellini and Donizetti,...   


"Man müßte nach Rom gehen". Bernd Alois Zimmermann und Italien

For numerous artists and intellectuals from the German-speaking world, Italy once again became a place of longing and refuge in the post-war period. This also applies to Bernd Alois Zimmermann (1918–1970), who in 1957 was the...