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21. November 2019 - 22. November 2000

MIDDLE AGES
22. May 2019
Katalin Prajda

Commercio e diplomazia. Le comunità fiorentine a Roma e Venezia, 1375–1433.
Presiede: Isabella Lazzarini

Accademia d'Ungheria in Roma (Via Giulia, 1)

16.30



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
14. May 2019
Tandem

Ernesto Livorni (University of Wisconsin)

Mothers of a Lost Land: Patriotic Discourse in Novels of Resistance by Viganò, Moravia and Morante.

Mara Josi (University of Cambridge)

The Roman Round-up: Remembering & Recollecting 16 October 1943.

Discussants: Agostino Bistarelli, Luca Baldissara

Biblioteca di storia moderna e contemporanea (Via Michelangelo Caetani, 32)

17.00

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MODERN AGE, MIDDLE AGES
08. May 2019
Carlo Taviani

Capitali ai confini. Gli investimenti dei mercanti genovesi tra Africa e Nuovo Mondo (1450–1530 circa).

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
17. April 2019
Fiammetta Balestracci

La rivoluzione sessuale delle donne in Italia e in Germania occidentale nei lunghi anni Settanta.
Discussant: Martin Baumeister (DHI Rome)

German Historical Institute in Rome

17.30

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MIDDLE AGES
09. April 2019
Pierre Chambert-Protat

L'Ambrogio Lionese in età carolingia. Tra contributi ecdotici e recezione medievale.
Presiede: Emanuela Prinzivalli

American Academy in Rome (Via Angelo Masina, 5)

17.00



MUSIC HISTORY
02. April 2019
Silvio Relandini (Rome)

'Digital turn' – Le nuove tecnologie e la trasformazione della cultura musicale II: La scrittura musicale attraverso il computer

Second workshop in collaboration with the Istituto Italiano per le Tecnologie Musicali (IITM) and the Music History Departments of the roman Universities Sapienza, Tor Vergata and Roma Tre.
In italian language.

German Historical Institute in Rome

10.00–13.00

Further information (Italian) / (German)

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, MODERN AGE, CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
01. April 2019 - 07. April 2019
Ge-Schichten-Buch Neapel

Study course of the Bibliotheca Hertziana, the German Archaeological Institute in Rome and the German Historical Institute in Rome.

Naples



MUSIC HISTORY
26. March 2019
Book presentation

Sabine Ehrmann-Herfort (Ed.), Salvatore Sciarrino. Vanitas. Kulturgeschichtliche Hintergründe, Kontexte, Traditionen (Wolke-Verlag 2018).

Event in cooperation with the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia Roma.

Commenting: Cecilia Campa, Stefania Macioce
Coordination: Carla Conti, Roberto Giuliani
The editor will be present.

As part of the event, Arianna Granieri will perform "Anamorphosis" by Salvatore Sciarrino.

Accademia d'Ungheria (Via Giulia 1, 00186 Roma)

18.00

Program



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
25. March 2019
Seminar of contemporary history

Research colloquium on the history of Italy in the 1970s and 1980s, directed by: Prof. Dr. Martin Baumeister and PD Dr. Lutz Klinkhammer (DHI Rome).
 

Internal event for the contemporary history grant holders (for participation please contact Monika Kruse)

German Historical Institute in Rome

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CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
25. March 2019
1938: Quando scoprimmo di non essere più italiani (2018)

Italian documentary (with English subtitles) about the fascist racial laws in Italy.
Introduction in Italian by the film director Pietro Suber

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



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