One of a kind, this publishing house has been run for 150 years in a row by the same family. Founded in 1870, from the very beginning Hoepli has devoted a particular attention to the technical, scientific and professional areas. Among the first to import the Anglo-German model of the "handbook", in which it still plays a crucial role, over the decades Hoepli books have gone along the personal and professional growth of the Italians.
A vocation confirmed and nurtured until these days. After consolidating the economics, finance and marketing areas, Hoepli is currently devoting to upmarket non-fiction in the fields of history, history of philosophy and history of literature.
Hoepli's mission is, as it has been, to have a key role in creating the future fostering education, knowledge, training and skills development.

Assortimento di libri

TITLES

From Mesopotamia to Exoplanets

Genre:

Current Issues

CLIMATE STORIES

Author:

Gianluca Lentini

Rights avail:

French, German

How and how often has climate changed over the past five thousand years?
Ever since the Ice Age, climate changes have affected the development of cultures and civilisations.
This book tells the complex and changing story of Climatology, a science as old as human civilisation.
Starting from ancient Mesopotamia, where special climatic conditions led to the first flourishing civilisations, it goes all the way to the latest research on the climate of far away planets, while never averting eyes from the fact that today, climatology is at the centre of the political and economic debate on global warming: while climate triggered human development (e.g. it was thanks to warmer temperatures that agriculture was made possible), now it is man who determines climate

100 Places that didn’t make History

Genre:

Lifestyle, Travel

POINTLESS WORLD ATLAS

Author:

Albano Marcarini

Rights avail:

French, German

An atlas of geographically sorted geo-political anomalies of past and present times

Technique and Applications

Genre:

Current Issues, Technology

MICROPHONES

Author:

Umberto Nicolao

Rights avail:

French, German

A book conceived to meet the demand for a reference tool where to increase, expand or just refresh one's knowledge on the subject.

A Smart-Guide to the Audio-Visual World

Genre:

Current Issues, Technology

THE VIDEO-MAKER'S GUIDE

Author:

Stefano Poletti

Rights avail:

French, German

A guide that goes "straight to the point". Perfect for delving into the world of video-making. Meant for beginners and professionals.
ENGLISH TEXT AVAILABLE

Genre:

Current Issues, Environment, Gardening

MY NATURAL GARDEN

Author:

Carlo Cavalli

Rights avail:

French, German

Horticultural principles to help beginners start their own garden.

The Origins, The Pink Floyd, the solo Careers

Genre:

Biography & Memoirs

DAVID GILMOUR & ROGER WATERS

Author:

Nino Gatti and Stefano Girolami

Rights avail:

French, German

A dual biography describing the epochal changes that touched two of the greatest artists in the history of rock, first as a band, then individually.

7 Attuned Management Notes

Genre:

Lifestyle

PIANO

Author:

Carlo Massarini and Ivano Scolieri

Rights avail:

French, German








A unique and innovative book that meets different topic frames. It sequences and simplifies the world of managerial knowledge with an unprecedented placement: the piano keyboard.
A self-awareness tool, this inspirational book will help readers achieve self-awareness, assess the state of their talents and identify their own note and chord.

Genre:

Society

IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER AND THE SON

Author:

Ermanno Bencivenga

Rights avail:

French, German

An unusual perspective on the elective nature of the bond between father and son.
What is the relationship between father and son? How does it take shape? What is its essence? Ermanno Bencivenga investigates this very particular bond placing two fundamental texts of our culture at the center of our attention and interpreting them in an absolutely original way.

From perfect All-rounder to flawed and happy

Genre:

Lifestyle

MULTITASKING? NO, THANKS

Author:

Chiara Cecutti

Rights avail:

French, German



Do women really have an innate ability to do more things at the same time than men? If so, why be proud of such a tiring and disadvantageous skill rather than doing less and living better?