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22. October 2021 - 23. October 2000

MODERN AGE
20. October 2021 - 22. October 2021
Making Saints in a Glocal Religion. Practices of Holiness in Early Modern Catholicism

In collaboration with the Istituto Svizzero di Roma, the Chair of Early Modern History of the Department of History at the Frankfurt University and the Department of Modern History of the History Institute of the  University of Bern. Funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF) and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).

Istituto Svizzero di Roma (Via Ludovisi, 48 - Roma)

Event in presence. For registration please send an e-mail to Christian Windler (christian.windler[at]hist.unibe.ch).

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Organisation: Birgit Emich (Frankfurt am Main), Daniel Sidler (Basel), Samuel Weber (Bern), Christian Windler (Bern).



MODERN AGE
12. October 2021 - 19. October 2021
Global Trade in the Maghreb, West Africa and the Atlantic, c.1450–1550: Revising the role of European Merchant Networks

In collaboration with the State Archives of Genoa.

Livestream

12 October 2021 (15.00–18.00)
19 October 2021
(15.00–18.00)
For registration please send an e-mail to info-event[at]dhi-roma[dot]it.
The deadline for registration is 11 and 18 October 2021.

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Organisation: Carlo Taviani (DHI Rome/Universität Zürich), David Wheat (Michigan State University).



MODERN AGE
08. October 2021
Dr. Michael Schulte (Darmstadt)

Pulvis Jesuiticus – Ein römisches Wundermittel gegen die Malaria-Pandemie des 17. Jahrhunderts.

An event of the Friends of the DHI Association in cooperation with the Institute.

Livestream

18.00–19.00

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For registration please send an e-mail to info-event(at)dhi-roma(dot)it. The deadline for registration is 7 October 2021.



MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
16. September 2021 - 17. September 2021
Contested Knowledge in a Connected World

Connecting Themes Conference, organised by the Max Weber Foundation's international research project Knowledge Unbound/Wissen entgrenzen, in which the DHI Rome is participating.

Hotel Berlin, Lützowplatz 17, 10785 Berlin

Contact: Ala Al-Hamarneh

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MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
05. September 2021 - 14. September 2021
Roman Studies Course – Studies Course of the DHI Rome for advanced students and doctoral candidates in history and music history

German Historical Institute in Rome

Further information



MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
07. July 2021
Dr. Jörg Hörnschemeyer (DHI Rome)/Jan Rohden (Max Weber Stiftung)

Kontrastive Analysen historischer Textkorpora als Instrument für die historisch arbeitenden Wissenschaften?
The event aims to open a discussion on the extent to which stylometric methods used in computational linguistics and literary studies can also be made useful for historical studies.
As part of the virtual journey: Digital Humanities at the Max Weber Foundation (MWS).

Livestream

10.00–12.00

Please register here by 4 July 2021.



MODERN AGE
10. May 2021
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 "Antitrinitarismo della prima età moderna e cultura italiana: prospettive interdisciplinari/Early Modern Antitrinitarianism and Italian Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives".

Livestream

18.00

For registration please send an e-mail to info-event(at)dhi-roma(dot)it.
The deadline for registration is 7 May 2021.



MODERN AGE
10. May 2021
Early Modern Antitrinitarianism and Italian Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Workshop.

Livestream, Languages: English and Italian
For registration please send an e-mail to info-event(at)dhi-roma(dot)it.
The deadline for registration is 7 May 2021.

13.15–20.00

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MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
03. May 2021
Internal Seminar of the Researchers of the DHI Rome


MIDDLE AGES, MODERN AGE
28. April 2021
Arnold Esch for his 85th birthday – Uomini, merci e scambi culturali nella Roma del primo Rinascimento

Welcome:
Martin Baumeister

Lectures:
Luciano Palermo (Università della Tuscia)
Alle origini del mercato romano rinascimentale
Tobias Daniels (Universität Zürich)
Una nuova fonte notarile per la Roma di Martino V

Livestream, event in italian language

16.00

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For registration please send an e-mail to info-event(at)dhi-roma(dot)it.
The deadline for registration is 26 April 2021.



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