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29. September 2020 - 30. September 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

 



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
16. September 2020
Cinzia Sulas

Associazionismo cattolico e strategie editoriali tra Rivoluzione e Restaurazione.

15.30–17.00 (internal lecture)



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
09. June 2020
Kate Ferris

Using Alltagsgeschichte to Understand the Lived Experience of Dictatorship in Fascist Italy (and elsewhere in Southern Europe).

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 5 June 2020.



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
27. April 2020 - 29. April 2020
Ethics as Politics? Contested Frames for Urban Negotiations

Interdisciplinary conference of the DFG research group "Urban Ethics" in cooperation with the DHI Rome.

The event is cancelled!

German Historical Institute in Rome



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
08. April 2020
Annika Haß

Lektüre, Soziabilität, Transfer: Das Gabinetto Vieusseux in Florenz (1815–1861).

The event is cancelled!

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
11. March 2020
Marius Hirschfeld

Ludwig Curtius (1874–1954) – Stationen eines politischen Archäologen.

The lecture is cancelled!

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
05. February 2020
Ferdinand Gregorovius, ein Preuße im Kirchenstaat. Die digitale Briefedition

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

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

18.00

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

Further information



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
16. January 2020
Antonio Carbone (German Historical Institute in Rome)

Southern Vision in Post-War Italy.

British School at Rome (Via Gramsci, 61)

17.00





CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
18. December 2019
Marine Fiedler

Der Konsul Georg Friedrich Meyer: Ein "geborener Republikaner" im Dienste der Krone beider Sizilien (1834–1860).

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
03. December 2019 - 04. December 2019
The Aftermath of the First World War: Humanitarianism in the Mediterranean

International conference of the Università degli Studi di Milano and the Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz (IEG), in collaboration with the German Historical Institute in Rome and the Villa Vigoni – German-Italian Centre for European Excellence.

Contact: Silvia Salvatici, Johannes Paulmann

Download Programme (PDF, 423 Kb), Poster (PDF, 249 Kb)

Milan, Università degli Studi di Milano



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