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Suspension of Doctorate activities

In compliance with the ministerial provisions and indications of the University of Salerno, we inform you that until April 3, 2020 all the didactic activities of the Doctorate of Literary, Linguistic and Historical Studies are suspended. The scheduled lessons will be postponed to a date to be defined.

The cartography between history, geopolitics and language. How a map is born

Postponed to a date to be define

Professor
Laura Canali


Coordinator
Silvia Siniscalchi

Laura Canali, expert in geopolitical cartography, responsible for the covers and cartography of Limes.

17/02/20-La monarquía después de la Revolución

Lunes, 17 de febrero de 2020, 16:00 h.
Escuela española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma

Presentación del número monográfico de Memoria y Ricerca coordinado por Carmine Pinto y Pedro Rújula

Borbonismo político, contrarrevolución popular y guerra civil (1814-1867)

Las monarquías borbónicas mediterráneas fueron el principal adversario de la revolución franco-europea iniciada a finales del siglo XVIII.
En París, Madrid, Nápoles y América Latina, a lo largo de una década, se produjeron cambios radicales por la confluencia de guerra y revolución.
La Restauración de 1815 exigió, por parte de las monarquías borbónicas, una interpretación de la experiencia revolucionaria.

¿Qué habían aprendido los borbones de los años que habían permanecido alejados del poder? ¿Qué significaba reconquistar el trono tras la revolución? ¿Cuáles era nlas características del borbonismo político y de la movilización contrarrevolucionaria en el Atlántico y en el Mediterráneo?
El número monográfico de Memoria y Ricerca aborda esta contraposición entre la dinastía y la Revolución en el seno de un espacio euro-atlántico borbónico conectado.

Preside el acto
José Ramón Uquijo
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas.

Debate con los coordinadores
Maurizio Ridolfi
Universitá delgi Studi Roma Tre

Coordina
Andrea Guiso
Universià di Roma La Sapienza

History of Historiography

Rimandato a data da definirsi
Postponed to a date to be define

Aula Paparelli-Placanica
11:00

Professor
Francesco Benigno
Scuola Normale superiore di Pisa

Coordinator
Silvia Sonetti

13/04/20-The conception of the State in the American Constituent Fathers: old and new paradigms

15:00-17:00, Microsoft Teams
https://teams.microsoft.com/l/channel/19%3a1dab551b92f84848a445d11fb51487a6%40thread.tacv2/Seminari%2520online?groupId=09f75d7a-c8ec-418c-807b-444b184d8e39&tenantId=c30767db-3dda-4dd4-8a4d-097d22cb99d3

Professor
Fabio Fernicola has a degree in Law and in Philosophy; he is about to publish some articles and a volume on the philosophical inspiration that characterized the life and politics of Emperor Augustus.

Coordinator
Fernando La Greca

20/04/20-Theatre and politics in the Napoleonic era

Professors
Katherine Astbury-Warwick University
Clare Siviter-University of Bristol
Paola Perazzolo-Università di Verona

Katherine Astbury is full professor of French Studies at the University of Warwick, School of Modern Languages. Her main research fields are literature and drama during the French Revolution and the French Empire.

Clare Siviter is lecturer in French Theatre and Performance at the University of Bristol. Clare is a French theatre historian of the longer Revolutionary period (1789-1815). Her principal research interests include censorship, propaganda, celebrity, and genre.

Paola Perazzolo is lecturer in French Literature at the University of Verona. Her main research fields are the novel and the drama of the long French Revolution. She has produced several critical editions of revolutionary plays.

Coordinators
Vincenzo De Santis
Agnese Silvestri

08/05/20-Risorgimento. A political and sentimental journey

Professor
Arianna Arisi Rota

She is full professor of Contemporary History in the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Pavia. He studied the history of diplomacy and political mobilization in nineteenth-century Europe, in particular the conspiracy and volunteering in arms, and the memory and material culture of the Risorgimento. Among his books, Il processo alla Giovine Italia in Lombardia, 1833-1835 (Milano 2003), I piccoli cospiratori. Politica ed emozioni nei primi mazziniani (Bologna 2010), 1869: il Risorgimento alla deriva. Affari e politica nel caso Lobbia (Bologna 2015).

Coordinator
Silvia Sonetti

Latin America in the Cold War historiography: past, present and future challenges

Rimandato a data da definirsi
Postponed to a date to be define

Tuesday 31 March 2020 10.30 am.
Sala Paparelli-Placanica

Doctoral lesson by Francesco Ragno (University of Bologna) and Vincenzo Pedace (University of Salerno)

Latin America was one of the central grounds in the context of the Cold War. Radical changes occurred across the continent from the end of the Second World War to the end of the 1980s. Revolutions, coups and democratic governments alternated without stopping for forty years providing military, cultural, political and intellectual instruments to the global actors of the Cold War; in particular, the Cuban Revolution of 1959 became for many a symbol and example to be inspired by to legitimize revolutionary and counter-revolutionary actions in different parts of the world. The doctoral lesson on the historiography of the Cold War in Latin America and the presentation of the new book by Loris Zanatta on Fidel Castro will therefore serve to propose new readings and interpretations of these years and its protagonists.

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