Daniel Carpi

The collection refers to Italian History, Literature and Philosophy, emphasizing the part of Italian Jewry throughout the ages

Catalog code CQ | The Special Collections' Floor (3rd Floor), Wiener-Gross Building.

Daniel Carpi Collection

The Italian collection comprises Prof. Carpi's books, journals, and dictionaries, and was donated to the University by his wife, Judith.

Professor Carpi's books were written and collected during his 40 years of research at the University.


Opening Hours On Prof. Daniel Carpi 

Prof. Daniel Carpi (1926–2005) was an historian with an expertise in Italian Jewry.  Prof. Carpi was Head of the Department of Jewish History at Tel Aviv University and acted as Dean of the Faculty of Humanities. He also taught at Yeshiva University, Sorbonne, and St Anthon'ys College at Oxford. He established the Department of Jewish Studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University of the Vatican. Prof. Carpi initiated the collecting and editing of the volumes of correspondence written by Ze'ev Jabotinsky.


Opening Hours Selected titles

  • Carpi, Daniel. L’individuo e la collettivita: saggi di storia degli ebrei a Padova e nel Veneto nell’eta del Rinascimento. Florence: L.S. Olschki. 2002.
  • Bastianini. Giuseppe. Volevo fermare Mussolini: Memorie di un diplomatico fascista. Milano: Biblioteca Universale Rizzoli. 2005.
  • Perani, Mauro (Ed.). Una manna buona per Mantova: studi in onore di Vittore Colorni per il suo 92. compleanno. Florence: L.S. Olschki. 2004.
  • Ratzabi, Shalom. Between Zionism and Judaism: The Radical Circle in Brith Shalom, 1925–1933. Leiden: Brill, 2002.
  • Sullam, Anna Vera, and Calimani, Riccardo. Ghetto di Venezia. Milano: Electa. 2005.



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