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    5 February 2020
    Ferdinand Gregorovius, ein Preuße im Kirchenstaat. Die digitale Briefedition

    Event in cooperation with TELOTA Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, with a reading by Friedhelm Ptok.

    Berlin, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Einsteinsaal (Jägerstraße 22–23)

    A video recording of the event is available on L.I.S.A. Wissenschaftsportal der Gerda Henkel Stiftung.

    Further information (PDF, 394 KB)

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    24 October 2019
    Challenges and Perspectives for Rome as a Capital City of Science and Arts in the 21st Century
    Moderator: Christian Jansen | Trier

    Brigitte Marin
    École française de Rome

    Martin Baumeister
    Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rom

    Andrea D'Onofrio
    Università di Napoli Federico II, Facoltà di Lettere

    Andreas Gottsmann
    Österreichisches Historisches Institut in Rom

    Round Table of the international conference "Model Rome – International Capital Cities of Science and Arts in the 20th Century" (Rome, 22–24 October 2019), in collaboration with the Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (Abteilung Rom) and the Unione Internazionale degli Istituti di Archeologia, Storia e Storia dell'Arte in Roma.

    Programme (PDF, 298 Kb)
    Poster (PDF, 1,6 Mb)
    Further information (PDF, 1 MB)

    PODCAST: 
    1. Presentation of the participants
    2. Guiding themes of the discussion
    3. Opening statement Brigitte Marin
    4. Opening statement Andreas Gottsmann
    5. Opening statement Martin Baumeister
    6. Opening statment Andrea D'Onofrio
    7. The role of the European Research Area regarding internationalisation strategies & problems and opportunities of today's research funding and research policy
    8. Open Discussion

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    17 May 2017
    Musica e pace. Nuove ricerche sull'Età moderna

    Concert on the occasion of the one-day workshop, which was organised within the framework of the international joint project "'Dass Gerechtigkeit und Friede sich küssen'. Repräsentationen des Friedens im vormodernen Europa".

    Iustitia et pax osculatae sunt. "Friedensmusik". Musica e pace dal Quattro
    al Settecento


    Ensemble Chordis
    Christine Streubühr – Vocals
    Andrea Damiani – Lute and Chitarrone
    Sabine Cassola, Stefania Grillo, Valentina Nicolai – Viole da gamba

    Programme (PDF, 3 MB)
    Conference report (PDF, 0,6 MB)

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    Audio samples "Martin Luther in Rom"

    Sabine Meine, Weltliche Klänge der Palazzi und Straßen Roms im frühen 16. Jahrhundert, in: Michael Matheus/Arnold Nesselrath/Martin Wallraff (Eds.), Martin Luther in Rom. Die Ewige Stadt als kosmopolitisches Zentrum und ihre Wahrnehmung, Berlin-Boston: De Gruyter 2017 (Bibliothek des Deutschen Historischen Instituts in Rom 134), pp. 497–516.

    Audio sample 1: "Che faralla, che diralla?"
    (CD "Luther in Rom. Der Klang der Ewigen Stadt anno 1511. Musik in Kirchen, Palästen & Gassen". Concerto Romano, Director: Alessandro Quarta, Heidelberg: Christophorus 2012, Track 16; © Note 1).
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    Audio sample 2: "Noi l'amazone siamo"
    (CD "Luther in Rom. Der Klang der Ewigen Stadt anno 1511. Musik in Kirchen, Palästen & Gassen". Concerto Romano, Director: Alessandro Quarta, Heidelberg: Christophorus 2012, Track 8; © Note 1).
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    15 December 2016
    Prof. Dr. Christian Utz (Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz)

    Transnationale Verflechtungen in der Musik der 1950er und 1960er Jahre.
    Lecture cycle "Musica asiatica - Musica europea". German Historical Institute in Rome

    Programme
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    30 November 2016
    Restaurazione e primo liberalismo meridionale – una rivalutazione in corso.
    One-day workshop. German Historical Institute in Rome
    Programme

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    25 February 2016
    Prof. em. Dr. Bruce M.S. Campbell (Queen's University Belfast)

    The Environmental Origins of the Black Death.

    Evening lecture in the context of the international conference "The Crisis of the 14th Century. 'Teleconnections' between Environmental and Societal Change?"
    German Historical Institute in Rome

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    22 October 2015
    Prof. Dr. Karin Priester (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)

    Populismus in Europa.

    Evening lecture in the context of the conference "Populismus, Populisten und die Krise der Parteien. Italien, Österreich und Deutschland im Vergleich 1990–2015".
    German Historical Institute in Rome

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    16 October 2015
    Prof. em. Dr. Norbert Miller

    Ferdinand Gregorovius: Ninfa – Landschaftspoesie und Geschichte.

    An event of the Friends of the DHI Association in cooperation with the Institute.
    German Historical Institute in Rome

    Programme

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