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Historical Archives of the Social Sciences Library
ANDU (National Association of University Teachers)
ANDU (Associazione Nazionale Docenti Universitari) was established in April 1968.The archives, which were received at the Social Sciences Library in January 2016, contain the documents produced by the association (reports andproceedings of conferences, national and branch Managers Meetings, newsletters to shareholders, materials relating to the discussions of draft laws concerning university education), plus other documents preceding its establishment (1965-1967) and rare documents dating back to 1972, when they were merged into CNU (National University Committee).
Of particular interest is the correspondence of the President, Giorgio Spini, with associates, members of parliamentary committees, distinghised cultural and political personalities.
- Description in Chartae ANDU
Biagio (Gino) Cerrito
The library core is formed by 1612 monographs and 409 leaflets for a total of 2021 units. These archives have an extraordinary relevance to social studies and history of Italian and foreign political movements. The material is contained in 210 folders with files on several research themes and 7 meters of miscellaneous non ordered items.
The archives contain typewritten transcripts of interviews with Tuscan survivors of the Nazi concentration camps and documents related to these themes: proceedings of conferences, printed publications, notes and manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photocopies and other materials.
The archives contain papers found inside the volumes of his library, mostly miscellaneous and study notes.