26. September 2020 - 26. September 2030

CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
10. October 2020
Il Quarticciolo: una borgata del fascismo, tra guerra e dopoguerra

Dr. Luciano Villani

Meeting point: 10.30, Street corner via Molfetta/via Castellaneta (nearby a housewares store)

Fee: none

Limited number of participants: 10
We will trace the history of the district, with stops in its significant places and corners, exploring the architectural language, the function of public spaces and social-historical developments, within the context of war and post-war times.

Please comunicate your binding registration by 2 October 2020 at the following email address: suitner[at]dhi-roma.it.

If you have any questions, you may contact directly Dr. Luciano Villani: luciano.villani77[at]gmail.com.

Guided tour in Italian language



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
06. November 2020
Il quartiere ebraico nella storia del Novecento

Dr. Bianca Gaudenzi

Meeting point: 10.00, Piazza Mattei, fontana delle Tartarughe (The Turtle Fountain)

Fee: none

Limited number of participants: 10
Comfortable shoes are recommended for the walk.

Please comunicate your binding registration by 30 October 2020 at the following email address: suitner[at]dhi-roma.it.

If you have any questions, you may contact directly Dr. Bianca Gaudenzi: gaudenzi[at]dhi-roma.it.

Guided tour in Italian language



MUSIC HISTORY
14. November 2020
"Fontane di Roma": Brunnen Roms zwischen barocker Stadtarchitektur und Programmmusik des Novecento

Dr. Markus Engelhardt

Meeting point: 10.00, Piazza Barberini, Fontana del Tritone

Fee: none

Limited number of participants: 10
Elaborate fountains are among the most characteristic elements of the baroque urban architecture of Rome. The two-hour guided tour starting at the Fontana del Tritone (Gian Lorenzo Bernini) and continuing on to the Fontana di Trevi (Nicola Salvi) and the Fontana di Villa Medici (Annibale Lippi) brings together art historical information with the musical "recreations" of these fountains in the "Fontane di Roma" (1916), the first of three symphonic poems with which Ottorino Respighi (1879‒1936) elevated the city on the Tiber to the eternal city of late romantic concert literature.

Please comunicate your binding registration by 8 November 2020 at the following email address: suitner[at]dhi-roma.it.

If you have any questions, you may contact directly Dr. Markus Engelhardt: engelhardt[at]dhi-roma.it.

Guided tour in German language



MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
15. March 2021 - 23. March 2021
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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