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10. November 2019 - 11. November 2000

MIDDLE AGES
04. November 2019
Prof. Dr. Mary Harlow (University of Leicester)

Growing Old in Rome.

Keynote Lecture in the context of the conference "Gerontology and the Humanities – Perspectives for Historical Ageing Studies and Approaches to Gerontological Medievistics".

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00

For any issues with registration please contact: +39 06 6604921. Visitors to the German Historical Institute are requested to show proof of identity on entering. Entry with luggage or backpacks larger than 40x35x15 cm is not permitted. There are no lockers nor a supervised cloakroom available in the building.

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MIDDLE AGES
04. November 2019 - 06. November 2019
Gerontology and the Humanities – Perspectives for Historical Ageing Studies and Approaches to Gerontological Medievistics

International Conference, promoted by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), in association with the University of Heidelberg.

German Historical Institute in Rome

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For any issues with registration please contact: +39 06 6604921. Visitors to the German Historical Institute are requested to show proof of identity on entering. Entry with luggage or backpacks larger than 40x35x15 cm is not permitted. There are no lockers nor a supervised cloakroom available in the building.

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MUSIC HISTORY
29. October 2019
Silvio Relandini (Rome)

'Digital turn': Le nuove tecnologie e la trasformazione della cultura musicale III: La musica applicata alle immagini e al videogame
In collaboration with the Istituto Italiano per le Tecnologie Musicali (IITM) and the Music History Departments of the roman Universities La Sapienza, Tor Vergata and Roma Tre.
Workshop in italian language.
Further information (italian)/(german)

German Historical Institute in Rome

10.00–13.00

For any issues with registration please contact: +39 06 6604921. Visitors to the German Historical Institute are requested to show proof of identity on entering. Entry with luggage or backpacks larger than 40x35x15 cm is not permitted. There are no lockers nor a supervised cloakroom available in the building.

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CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
22. October 2019
Prof. Dr. Corey Brennan (Rutgers – State University of New Jersey)

Foreign Academies in Rome: The Quest for Acceptance.

Keynote Lecture in the context of the conference Model Rome – International Capital Cities of Science and Arts in the 20th Century.

Villa Lante, Institutum Romanum Finlandiae

18.00



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
22. October 2019 - 24. October 2019
Model Rome. International Capital Cities of Science and Arts in the 20th Century

International conference in cooperation with the Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, the German Archaeological Institute in Rome and the Unione Internazionale degli Istituti di Archeologia, Storia e Storia dell'Arte in Roma.

German Historical Institute in Rome, Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, German Archaeological Institute in Rome

Download Programme (PDF, 298 Kb), Poster (PDF, 1,6 Mb)

Further information (PDF, 1 MB)

For any issues with registration please contact: +39 06 6604921. Visitors to the German Historical Institute are requested to show proof of identity on entering. Entry with luggage or backpacks larger than 40x35x15 cm is not permitted. There are no lockers nor a supervised cloakroom available in the building.

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MUSIC HISTORY
19. October 2019
Musik- und Künstlerleben 'around the Spanish steps' (18.–19. Jahrhundert)

Dr. Markus Engelhardt

Meeting point: 10:00, Piazza del Popolo (Obelisco Flaminio)

Limited number of participants: 30
Please wear comfortable shoes.

Please comunicate your binding registration by 14 October 2019 at the following email address: neumann[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



MUSIC HISTORY
16. October 2019
Nastasia Sophie Tietze

Politische Inszenierung und inszenierte Politik. Die Bühnenwerke Marco Marazzolis im Kontext des Seicento.

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00

Further information (PDF, 100 Kb)



MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
14. October 2019
Internal Seminar of the Researchers of the DHI Rome


CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
11. October 2019
Prof. Neeladri Bhattacharya (Jawaharlal Nehru University)

Narrative, Trace, Memory: Writing School Textbooks After the Archival Turn.

Keynote Lecture in the context of the conference Collecting, Classifying, (Re)presenting: Archives, Museums, Textbooks and the Politics of the Past.

German Historical Institute in Rome

9.00

For any issues with registration please contact: +39 06 6604921. Visitors to the German Historical Institute are requested to show proof of identity on entering. Entry with luggage or backpacks larger than 40x35x15 cm is not permitted. There are no lockers nor a supervised cloakroom available in the building.

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CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
09. October 2019
Prof. Dr. Markus Friedrich (Universität Hamburg)

Between History and Politics. Modernity, the State and a Global History of Archiving.

Keynote Lecture in the context of the conference Collecting, Classifying, (Re)presenting: Archives, Museums, Textbooks and the Politics of the Past.

German Historical Institute in Rome

19.00

For any issues with registration please contact: +39 06 6604921. Visitors to the German Historical Institute are requested to show proof of identity on entering. Entry with luggage or backpacks larger than 40x35x15 cm is not permitted. There are no lockers nor a supervised cloakroom available in the building.

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