MUSIC HISTORY, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
19. May 2022
Title: Musical Life and the Military in the Long Nineteenth Century. A Global History Perspective

Martin Rempe

German Historical Institute in Rome

16.00–17.30

Seminar series "Contrappunto. Modern History & Music History Talks (2021–2022)": Entire programme and information on the event format

Organisation and contact: Antonio Carbone, Bianca Gaudenzi, Carolin Krahn, Andrea Martinez

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30. September 2022 - 28. September 2032

MIDDLE AGES
29. September 2022 - 30. September 2022
Krise und Aufbruch. Das Zeitalter des Investiturstreites jenseits des Investiturstreites

Workshop of the eponymous German-Italian DFG-funded network.

Internal event

German Historical Institute in Rome



MIDDLE AGES
07. October 2022
Feierlichkeiten zum 10-jährigen Jubiläum der Heiligsprechung und der Erhebung der hl. Hildegard von Bingen zur Kirchenlehrerin in Rom

Event of the Verein der Freunde des Deutschen Historischen Instituts in Rom e.V. in cooperation with the DHI Rome and the St. Hildegard-Akademie Eibingen e.V. Zentrum für Wissenschaft, Forschung und europäische Spiritualität.

18.00 (church): Eucharistic celebration in honour of St. Hildegard (musical arrangement: Ensemble InUnum with composed chants by Hildegard von Bingen)

19.30 (library): Public lecture by Sr. Dr. Maura Zátonyi OSB: "Die doppelte Bewunderung. Hildegard von Bingen und die Päpste", followed by: book presentation "Das große Hildegard von Bingen Lesebuch. Worte wie von Feuerzungen", ed. by Maura Zátonyi, Freiburg: Herder Verlag 2022.

Event language: German

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Rome, S. Maria dell'Anima (Via S. Maria dell'Anima, 64)



MIDDLE AGES
13. October 2022
Martina Bernardi

Insediamento sparso e incastellamento. Indizi di contemporaneità dalle recenti indagini archeologiche nel Lazio
Discussant: Giuseppe Romagnoli

16.30–18.00

in-house: Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma-CSIC (Via di S. Eufemia, 13)



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
17. November 2022 - 19. November 2022
Roma (a)cattolica. Pluralisation of Religion in Rome between the End of the Papal State and the Beginning of Fascism (1870–1922)

International Conference in Rome.



MIDDLE AGES
29. November 2022
Those Who Were Taken and Those Who Were Left Behind. Unfreedom and Sovereignty in Ninth Century Southern Italy

Speaker: Sarah Whitten (Geneva, NY)
Discussant: Bruce Travis (Montréal)

Event within the framework of the second seminar series "Euro-Mediterranean Entanglements in Medieval History", organised by the German Historical Institutes in Paris and Rome.

Livestream

17.00–18.00

Flyer, complete program of the seminar series and informationen on the event format

Contact: Amélie Sagasser, Kordula Wolf

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MIDDLE AGES
31. January 2023
A Crystallizing Territory. Space Bounding and State Framing in Late-Thirteenth-Century Marseille

Speaker: Pierre Vey (Paris)
Discussant: John Sabapathy (London)

Event within the framework of the second seminar series "Euro-Mediterranean Entanglements in Medieval History", organised by the German Historical Institutes in Paris and Rome.

Livestream

17.00–18.00

Flyer, complete program of the seminar series and informationen on the event format

Contact: Amélie Sagasser, Kordula Wolf

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MIDDLE AGES
28. March 2023
Venetian Mediterranean Networks

Speaker: Nicola Carotenuto (Oxford)
Discussant: Ella Sophie Beaucamp (München)

Event within the framework of the second seminar series "Euro-Mediterranean Entanglements in Medieval History", organised by the German Historical Institutes in Paris and Rome.

Livestream

17.00–18.00

Flyer, complete program of the seminar series and informationen on the event format

Contact: Amélie Sagasser, Kordula Wolf

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MIDDLE AGES
30. May 2023
Borderland/Europe. The Transcultural Construction of Europe in Literature of the Hundred Years' War (1337–1453)

Speaker: Thari Ladeen Zweers (Ithaca)
Discussant: Nahir I. Otaño Gracia (Albuquerque)

Event within the framework of the second seminar series "Euro-Mediterranean Entanglements in Medieval History", organised by the German Historical Institutes in Paris and Rome.

Livestream

17.00–18.00

Flyer, complete program of the seminar series and informationen on the event format

Contact: Amélie Sagasser, Kordula Wolf

Registration