20. September 2021 - 20. September 2031

CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, MUSIC HISTORY
23. September 2021
Opera, Historiography, Archives – Any Lessons to Take? Approaching Imperial Politics of Opera in Habsburg Europe

Axel Körner (University College London)

Event within the framework of the seminar series "Contrappunto. Modern History & Music History Talks (2021–2022)".

Livestream

17.00

Organisation and contact: Antonio Carbone, Bianca Gaudenzi, Carolin Krahn, Andrea Martinez

For registration please send an e-mail to info-event(at)dhi-roma(dot)it.
The deadline for registration is 22 September 2021.



MIDDLE AGES
28. September 2021
From Convivencia to Entanglement. Interpreting Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Retellings of the Hebrew Bible in Medieval Iberia

David Wacks (Eugene), Discussant: Matthias M. Tischler (Barcelona)

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

Flyer, complete program of the seminar series and information on the event format

Contact: Amélie Sagasser, Kordula Wolf

Registration



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.

German Historical Institute in Rome

18.00

In presence and livestream

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



CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
13. October 2021
Zeitenwende. Eine Lesung aus den Briefen von Ferdinand Gregorovius von Friedhelm Ptok. Aus Anlass der Neuedition der Briefe und des 200. Geburtstages des Historikers und Schriftstellers

Within the context of the international conference "Ferdinand Gregorovius in seinem Jahrhundert. Der Historiker und Schriftsteller neu gelesen. Aus Anlass der Edition der Briefe und des 200. Geburtstages".

Hybrid event

18.00

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Moderation: Angela Steinsiek

The registration details will be communicated at a later date.



MIDDLE AGES
23. November 2021
Crusader Relics Re-shaping Monastic Identity. The Latin East, the Abbey of Cluny and the Lost Finger of Saint Stephen

Miriam Tessera (Milano), Discussant: Christopher M. Gerrard (Durham)

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

Flyer, complete program of the seminar series and informationen on the event format

Contact: Amélie Sagasser, Kordula Wolf

Registration