Paola De Ferrari, a Genoese free-lance archivist, is interested in contemporary women’s archives, both personal and corporate. She reordered and computerized some archives of the feminist movement in Genoa and Turin. Since the 1990s, she has worked with the informative network Lilith, for which she supervised the creation of its website, and with OPAC Lilarca. In 1997, together with O. Cartaregia, she published “Reti della memoria. Censimento di fonti per una storia delle donne in Italia” and, recently, “Salva con nome. L’archivio di Alessandra Mecozzi”, Turin 2007. She has a blog Archivagando, containing digressions on women, archives and feminism. (http://deffeblog.wordpress.com).