Library and Museum Collections
Italian Studies Resources in the Hesburgh Libraries
at the University of Notre Dame provides diverse .
The Zahm Collection in Dante Studies
The ranks among the top Dante collections in North America, totaling nearly 3,000 volumes. Rare editions and critical studies ranging from the Renaissance to the present include eight incunabula and almost every edition published in the 16th century.
The Primo Levi Collection
聽includes virtually all first editions of Levi鈥檚 works published within his lifetime as well as first editions of notable translations of Levi's writings that document his importance outside of Italy. Also present are first editions of Levi鈥檚 own efforts as a translator of both literary and non-literary works.
Christopher G. Wagstaff Film Collection
The Christopher G. Wagstaff Italian Film collection encompasses more than two thousand Italian films and television programs.
Biblioteca Ambrosiana Collection
Notre Dame's Medieval Institute holds the . The collection contains聽microfilms and photographic copies of nearly all of the manuscripts owned by the great Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan, as well as photographs and color slides of miniatures, illuminated initials, and .
Raclin Murphy Museum
The houses a constantly expanding collection of more than 29,000 artworks. For scholars of Italian culture, it offers a significant collection of Italian Renaissance and baroque art, as well as an impressive collection of Piranesi prints, among other valuable works of art.聽