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14. August 2022 - 15. August 2000

CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
22. June 2022 - 24. June 2022
"Ruling the Waves". Transnational Radio Broadcasting in the Middle East and the Mediterranean between Production and Reception, 1920–1970

International conference in collaboration with the University of Rome Tor Vergata, the Danish Academy, the Carlsberg Foundation, the Academic Research Institute in Iraq (TARII), the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC), Ithaca, and the Danish Institute in Damascus.

Contact: Bianca Gaudenzi

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22 June 2022: German Historical Institute in Rome
Please register for in-person or online attendance
For any issues with registration please contact: info-event[at]dhi-roma[dot]it.

23 June 2022: Accademia di Danimarca
Please register

24 June 2022: Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata
Villa Mondragone, Congress Centre
Via Frascati, 51 - 00078 Monte Porzio Catone
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CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
21. June 2022
Pubblicare i discorsi di odio. Sguardi sull'edizione critica di fonti antisemite

Study meeting in collaboration with the École française de Rome.

Ecole française de Rome (piazza Navona 62)

14.30–19.00

Programme

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MODERN AGE
15. June 2022
Sophie Kleveman

Die päpstliche Antikenaufsicht im 17. Jahrhundert.

German Historical Institute in Rome

17.30–19.00

For any issues with registration please contact: info-event[at]dhi-roma[dot]it.

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MODERN AGE
13. June 2022 - 14. June 2022
The Responsible Society in Early Modern Christianity. Voices & Fruits

International conference in collaboration with the Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome, REFORC and the University of Regensburg.

Languages: English, German

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13 June: German Historical Institute in Rome Please register for in-person or online attendance at the DHI Rome
For any issues with registration please contact: info-event[at]dhi-roma[dot]it.

14 June: Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome

For more information on the second day of the event, please visit the  website of the Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome.



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
10. June 2022
Transnational Humanitarianism and Refugee Policy in the Age of World Wars

Workshop.

Internal event

Contact: Ruth Nattermann (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)

German Historical Institute in Rome



MIDDLE AGES
01. June 2022
Francesco Carta

I papi e l'interpretazione della Regola dei frati Minori (XIII–XV secolo).
Chair: Maria Teresa Dolso



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
30. May 2022 - 31. May 2022
Sguardi incrociati sulla storia del Novecento in Italia, Germania e Austria

Research colloquium of SISCALT in cooperation with the German Historical Institute in Rome, the Austrian Historical Institute in Rome and Villa Vigoni, the German-Italian Centre for European Dialogue.

Austrian Historical Institute in Rome (Viale Bruno Buozzi, 113 - Rome)

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MUSIC HISTORY
25. May 2022
Francesca Vella

Between Art and Craft. Operatic Staging at the Early Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.

German Historical Institute in Rome

17.30–19.00

For any issues with registration please contact: +39 06 6604921.

Please register for in-person or online attendance 



MIDDLE AGES
24. May 2022
Scandinavian-Mediterranean Entanglements (11th–13th centuries)

Francesco D'Angelo (Rome), Discussant: Kathryn Hain (Marquette NE)

Event within the framework of the first 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



MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE
23. May 2022 - 26. May 2022
Rulerly Presence and Representation in Pre-Modern Metropolitan Space

International workshop for doctoral students together with the DFG Research Training Group 2337 "Metropolität in der Vormoderne" (University of Regensburg).

Internal event

Contact: Kathrin Pindl (University of Regensburg)

German Historical Institute in Rome



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