The University of Padua has distinguished itself as a meeting point for students from all over Europe and the world. Available only in Italian, the book shows how the city opened itself to young people eager to learn, embracing students from Hungary, Poland, Germany, France, Scotland, England, Greece and the Mediterranean islands. The international call of the University created a networks diplomatic relations, intellectual partnerships, and friendships as a resource of inestimable value. The fascinating human experience that intertwines today world told through texts, books and archival documents the relive the most engaging moments of an intellectual history.
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For those eager to discover the scientific wonders that the city of Padua has to offer.
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La scienza nascosta nei luoghi di Padova (The Science Hidden in Padua -Italian only)
"La scienza nascosta nei luoghi di Padova" (The Science Hidden in Padua -Italian only) There are 33 hidden locations within Padua that are marked by science, and for which many are also marked by history and art. Places near and far, ancient and new. From the secrets of the historic Palazzo Bo, to modern innovative hubs driven in the fight against cancer, as well as places where new sources of clean and renewable energy are studied. These are the places and the tools used so we can learn all we can about our universe and ourselves. Because for eight centuries the profound vocation of Padua has been science, or rather, the pursuit of knowledge. The science hidden in Padua is a guide that compels you discover a city that continues to surprise and innovate.
Arti e architettura (Italian only)
Available only in Italian
ARTI E ARCHITETTURA
L’Università nella città
di: Barbara Baldan, Giovanni Bianchi, Jacopo Bonetto, Cristina Busatto, Raffaele Cavalli, Elisabetta Cortella, Simone Fatuzzo, Marsel Grosso, Chiara Marin, Marta Nezzo, Alessandra Pattanaro, Giulio Pietrobell,i Vittoria Romani, Elena Svalduz, Giuliana Tomasella, Andrea Tomezzoli, Giovanna Valenzano, Stefano Zaggia.
a cura di: Jacopo Bonetto, Marta Nezzo, Giovanna Valenzano, Stefano Zaggia
Presentazione di Daniela Mapelli e Annalisa Oboe
PATAVINA LIBERTAS Una storia europea dell’Università di Padova (1222-2022)
Progetti Donzelli – Padova University Press, 2022
Geografie d’infanzia (italian only)
What is childhood? Offered only in Italian, Geografie d'infanzia is a perspective of a time that unites us. The book uncovers the child like mind that contains the primitive facts that grow into thoughts, reflections, and the future construction of meaning.
The University 1601-1805
The University of Padua over the centuries (1601-1805), edited by Piero Del Negro and Francesco Piovan. Covering the period between 1601 and 1805 with a collection of documents, introductions, and translations (when needed) that highlights the most prominent institutional aspects of the University’s history, includes 122 images.
La canzone di Elena
Chi è Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia? È la prima donna laureata del mondo. Grazie ai propri talenti e all’ambizione del padre si fa avanti in un mondo di uomini, conquista l’alloro, diventa famosa e stimata ovunque. Ma alla gloria preferisce la fedeltà a una scelta fatta da bambina. A raccontare la sua storia, a dare parole alla sua canzone è Maddalena, l’amica di musica che le è stata accanto per tutta la vita.
Hortus Miriabilis (Italian version)
Recalling the magic of the Botanical Garden of Padua by illustrating its artistic and architectural beauty, accompanied by a rich analysis of images and never before published photographs.
The University of Padua 1806-2000
The University of Padua over the centuries (1806-2000), curated by Piero Del Negro and Francesco Piovan. Covering the period between 1806 and 2000 with a collection of documents, introductions, and translations (when needed) that highlights the most prominent institutional aspects of the University’s history.
La voce del coraggio
Chi è Concetto Marchesi?
Nel novembre 1943, in una Padova occupata dai nazisti, è il nuovo rettore dell'università.
Per Vandina, che per caso assiste al suo appassionato discorso d'inaugurazione dell’anno accademico, rappresenta anche l'inizio di una vita inaspettata. Questa coraggiosa dodicenne scopre così che si può non essere fascisti e che all'interno dell'università molti studenti, tra cui la sorella Fernanda, stanno immaginando insieme a Marchesi un’Italia libera dalla dittatura. E lei stessa parteciperà all’impresa.
Con schede finali di approfondimento a firma dell’Università degli Studi di Padova.
Itinerari di vita studentesca tra XIII e XVIII secolo
Progetti Donzelli – Padova University Press, 2022
Medici rivoluzionari (Italian only)
Modern medicine was not born in a time, but rather in a place: the city of Padua. The classrooms of its University, the walls of its Anatomical Theater, the cultivated plants of its Botanical Garden, and, of course, in its hospitals. Padua, a place where the knowledge, the theory, and the practice of medicine continues to take shape.