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24. October 2020 - 25. October 2000

MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
18. September 2020
Dalla Roma repubblicana alla Breccia di Porta Pia: storia del Rione Sallustiano

Dr. Riccarda Suitner

Meeting point: 17.00, Street corner via Piave/via Sulpicio Massimo

Fee: none

Limited number of participants: 10
We will walk through the Sallustiano district and trace its history, which covers all the historical and urbanistic periods of the city of Rome: from the ancient Horti Sallustiani to the 20th century with the Breccia di Porta Pia (The Breach of Porta Pia). We will also encounter the early modern period and the architecture of the period after the Italian unification.

Please comunicate your binding registration by 11 September 2020 at the following email address: suitner[at]dhi-roma.it.

If you have any questions, you may contact directly Dr. Riccarda Suitner.

Guided tour in Italian language

 



MODERN AGE
17. June 2020
Heinrich Lang

Die Anfänge der toskanischen Buchführung im 13./14. Jahrhundert: vermögende Familien.

Livestream

16.00–18.00

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(dot)it.
The deadline for registration is 15 June 2020.



MODERN AGE
30. March 2020
Prof. Dr. Ann Thomson (European University Institute)

Antitrinitarianism in the 18th Century.

Discussant: Prof. Dr. Girolamo Imbruglia (Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale")

Evening Lecture in the context of the workshop "Early Modern Antitrinitarianism and Italian Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives".

The event is cancelled!

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.15



MODERN AGE
30. March 2020
Early Modern Antitrinitarianism and Italian Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Workshop.

The event is cancelled!

Contact: Riccarda Suitner

German Historical Institute in Rome



MODERN AGE
25. March 2020
Book presentation

Nadine Amsler/Andreea Badea/Bernard Heyberger/Christian Windler (Eds.), Catholic Missionaries in Early Modern Asia. Patterns of Localization (London: Routledge 2020).

Chair:
Maria Antonietta Visceglia (Sapienza Università di Roma)

Commented by:
Elisabetta Corsi (Sapienza Università di Roma)
Vincenzo Lavenia (ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – Università di Bologna)

The editors will be present.

The event is cancelled!

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00

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MODERN AGE
15. January 2020
Carlo Taviani

Mercanti di cose e persone: Capitali e reti economiche genovesi tra Maghreb, Africa occidentale e Nuovo Mondo (1450–1530).

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00



MODERN AGE
05. December 2019
L'Italia come fulcro della politica di Massimiliano I e Carlo V

Double Presentation
Tobias Daniels (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
Maria Antonietta Visceglia (Sapienza Università di Roma)

Followed by a lute concert with music from the Time of Maximilian I.

Organised by the Austrian Historical Institute and the German Historical Institute in Rome.

Austrian Historical Institute in Rome

17.00

Further information

Registration is required by 20 November 2019 at the following email address: iannuzzi[at]oehirom.it



MODERN AGE
20. November 2019
Markus Laufs

Gefangen zwischen Präliminarien und gutem Willen? Päpstliche und
niederländische Friedensvermittlung auf den Kongressen von Münster
(1643–1649) und Nijmegen (1676–1679) im Vergleich.

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00



MODERN AGE
15. November 2019
La Galleria Spada

Dr. Riccarda Suitner

Meeting point: 9.45, Piazza Capodiferro, 13 (in front of the main entrance of the museum)

Fee: 5,- Euro, 2,50 Euro (reduced), free of charge for the owners of the "Tessera di libero ingresso nei monumenti, musei, gallerie e scavi di antichità"

Limited number of participants: 15

Please comunicate your binding registration by 7 November 2019 at the following email address: suitner[at]dhi-roma.it.

Guided tour in Italian language



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


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