AMALIA is a non-profit association established in 2018 in Turin, Italy. Its name is an acronym of Archivi, Manoscritti e Libri Antichi (Archives, Manuscripts and Ancient Books). The association pursues a double purpose: promoting the knowledge of archive and library heritage, and contributing to its protection and promotion.
Founded by professionals in the field, AMALIA organizes training and refresher activities for those who already work in archives and libraries, as well as workshops and events for anyone interested in the multi-faceted world of books and documents.
AMALIA also promotes commitment to the safeguarding and promotion of written cultural heritage through studies, research and specific projects: become part of the community of archive and library enthusiasts!
See our Statute here.
Activities are reserved for members: become a member, and you will have the opportunity to take part in our initiatives. Events, courses, workshops and much more!
How can you become a member of AMALIA, and what are the membership rates?
You have to submit a written application to the association; contact us via the CONTACT form and we will send you the request form.
The board of directors evaluates the requests and, upon approval, the applicant must pay the membership fee, which for the year 2019 is set at € 10.