Next to new printed books – regularly updated on the blog’s lists of Acquisitions – the following digital titles have also been added to the collections for French, Italian and Spanish:
— Giorgia Alu and Nancy Pedri (eds), Enlightening encounters: photography in Italian literature, University of Toronto press, 2015.
— Simona Bondavalli, Fictions of youth: Pier Paolo Pasolini, adolescence, fascisms, University of Toronto press, 2015.
— Natasha V. Chang, The crisis-woman: body politics and the modern woman in fascist Italy, University of Toronto press, 2014.
— Paul Crosthwaite (ed), Criticism, crisis, and contemporary narrative textual horizons in an age of global risk, Routledge, 2011.
— Ann Jefferson, Genius in France: an idea and its uses, Princeton University press, 2015.
— Marta Manrique Gómez, Madness, love and tragedy in nineteenth and twentieth century Spain, Cambridge Scholars publishing, 2013.
— Arthur Pontynen, Cultural renewal: restoring the liberal and fine arts, Transaction publishers, 2014.
— Joana Sabadell-Nieto and Marta Segarra (eds), Differences in common: gender, vulnerability and community, Rodopi, 2014.
— Monica Seger, Landscapes in between: environmental change in modern Italian literature and film, University of Toronto press, 2015.
— Antonio Sorge, Legacies of violence: history, society, and the state in Sardinia, University of Toronto press, 2015.
— Justin Steinberg, Dante and the limits of the law, University of Chicago press, 2013.
Not new, yet – just as the above – online accessible via the UvA-library (staff and students only), are also the following Cambridge Companions Online on French and Spanish culture and literature (those regarding Italy were mentioned in another post, earlier this year: Boccaccio‘s having been added to the collection in the meantime):
Baudelaire, Beckett, Camus, Flaubert, French Enlightenment, French music, French novel, Literature of Paris, Medieval French literature, Modern French culture, Moliere, Proust, Rabelais, Voltaire en Zola.