27. February 2020 - 27. February 2030

06. March 2020
Prof. Dr. Petra Schulte (Universität Trier)

Die Resilienz der Bürger von Viterbo im 15. Jahrhundert.

Annual Lecture on the occasion of the meeting of the Academic Advisory Board.

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00

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MODERN AGE
25. March 2020
Book presentation

Nadine Amsler/Andreea Badea/Bernard Heyberger/Christian Windler (Eds.), Catholic Missionaries in Early Modern Asia. Patterns of Localization (London: Routledge 2020).

Chair:
Maria Antonietta Visceglia (Sapienza Università di Roma)

Commented by:
Elisabetta Corsi (Sapienza Università di Roma)
Vincenzo Lavenia (ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – Università di Bologna)

The editors will be present.

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00

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MODERN AGE
30. March 2020
Early Modern Antitrinitarianism and Italian Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Workshop.

Contact: Riccarda Suitner

German Historical Institute in Rome

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MODERN AGE
30. March 2020
Prof. Dr. Ann Thomson (European University Institute)

Antitrinitarianism in the 18th Century.

Discussant: Prof. Dr. Girolamo Imbruglia (Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale")

Evening Lecture in the context of the workshop "Early Modern Antitrinitarianism and Italian Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives".

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.15

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MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
13. September 2020 - 22. September 2020
Roman Studies Course 2020 – Studies Course of the DHI Rome for advanced students and doctoral candidates in history and music history

German Historical Institute in Rome

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