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20. January 2020 - 21. January 2000

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





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



MIDDLE AGES
13. January 2020
Carole Mabboux

I verbali consiliari, produzione legale e strumento di comunicazione comunale (Firenze, San Gimignano, Fucecchio 1280–1330).
Presiede: Jean-Claude Maire Vigueur

École française de Rome (Piazza Navona, 62)

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



MUSIC HISTORY
12. December 2019
Deborah Howard (University of Cambridge)

Voices from Heaven. Singing from on High in Venetian Churches in the Cinquecento.

Keynote Lecture in the context of the conference "Music, Performance, Architecture. Sacred Spaces as Sound Spaces in the Early Modern Period".

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.

Registration is required



MUSIC HISTORY
11. December 2019
Lecture-Concert

In the context of the conference "Music, Performance, Architecture. Sacred Spaces as Sound Spaces in the Early Modern Period".

Lecture
Florian Bassani (Bern) | Christian Rohrbach (Mainz)
La musica policorale a Roma nella prima età moderna

Concert
Barock Vokal – College for Ancient Music at the Hochschule für Musik Mainz
Musica vespertina a doppio coro del primo Seicento romano: Francesco Severi, Domenico e Virgilio Mazzocchi

Rome, Santa Maria in Vallicella (Chiesa Nuova)

20.30



MUSIC HISTORY
11. December 2019 - 14. December 2019
Music, Performance, Architecture. Sacred Spaces as Sound Spaces in the Early Modern Period

International conference of the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in collaboration with the Music History Department of the German Historical Institute in Rome.

Contact: Markus Engelhardt, Klaus Pietschmann, Tobias C. Weißmann

Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, German Historical Institute in Rome, Palazzo Apostolico, Santa Maria in Vallicella

Download Programme (PDF, 569 Kb), Poster (PDF, 572 Kb)

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.

Registration is required



MIDDLE AGES
06. December 2019
Seminar of Medieval History

Seminar on the status and perspectives of research on the Middle Ages at the DHI Rome, directed by: Prof. Dr. Petra Schulte (Universität Trier) e Prof. Dr. Martin Baumeister (DHI Rome).
 

Internal event

German Historical Institute in Rome



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



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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