01. November 2020 - 30. November 2020

MODERN AGE, MIDDLE AGES
05. November 2020
Capitalism in Motion. Imagining, Transforming, and Inventing Economic Forms over Time

Online panel discussion within the context of "Geisteswissenschaft im Dialog" – a series of events of the Max Weber Foundation – German Humanities Institutes Abroad. The event is part of the Berlin Science Week.
Idea and concept: Carlo Taviani

Livestream: Youtube channel of the Max Weber Foundation

16.00–18.00

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

The event is cancelled!

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.



MIDDLE AGES
09. November 2020
Alberto Spataro

Tra le Chiavi e l'Aquila. Nuovi spunti di ricerca sul governo del Patrimonium in età sveva.
Chair: Marco Vendittelli

Livestream

15.30–17.00

For registration please send an email to info-event(at)dhi-roma.it. The deadline for registration is 5 November 2020. A discussion after the lecture is possible.



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
12. November 2020
Cohesion in Europe

Accompanying event for the German EU Council Presidency & Kick-off event for the BMBF funding directive "Cohesion in Europe".
Within the framework of this funding guideline, the DHI Rome, together with the DHIs London and Warsaw as well as the Hamburger Institut für Sozialforschung (HIS), will launch a three-year project on "European counter-movements: Eurosceptic entanglements from the beginning of European integration to the present day".

Livestream of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)  
(Link is active from the morning of the event day)

15.00–16.30

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

The event is cancelled!

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.



MUSIC HISTORY
25. November 2020
Joanna Piecha

Die Oper in Neapel um 1800.

Livestream

15.30

The number of participants is limited. A discussion after the lecture is possible.
For registration please send an email to info-event(at)dhi-roma.it.
The deadline for registration is 23 November 2020.



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
26. November 2020
The History of the German Research and Culture Institutes in Rome in the first half of the 20th century

Event on the occasion of the conclusion of the research project financed by the Max Weber Foundation and the Federal Foreign Office, in cooperation with the German Archaeological Institute in Rome and the German Embassy in Rome.

Livestream
For registration please send an email to info-event(at)dhi-roma(dot)it.
The deadline for registration is 25 November 2020.

18.00–20.00

The event will be held in Italian. The texts of the presentations will be made available in German translation via a link in the chat.

Download Invitation and programme