Estudios históricos

Objects for the Mediterranean history

Postponed to a date to be define

Aula Imbucci (Edificio C, primo piano)
Ore 15:00

Professor
Amedeo Feniello

Coordinator
Amedeo Feniello

He teaches History of the Middle Ages at the Department of Human Sciences, University of L’Aquila. He is an expert in Economic and Social History of Southern Italy and History of the Mediterranean.

The history of the Mediterranean told through a series of ancient, usual, traditional objects, to explain integrations, ruptures, evolutions of a historical universe with peculiar traits.

Coordinator
Stefano d’Atri

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.

Brigandage revisited. Narratives, practices and political uses in the history of modern and contemporary Italy

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The seminar will analyze the forms of containment and repression of brigandage and banditry between modern and contemporary age, focusing attention on security forces, with the aim of expanding the research in the innovative field of security history. In this direction, we want to reconstruct in historical dimension both the theoretical and conceptual aspects and the strategies deployed to defend security, public order or particular political regimes in times of more bitter conflict

Bourbonism. Public discourse and historiographical problems. A comparison (1989-2019)

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Libreria Feltrinelli
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 230, Salerno
Ore 18:00

About the «Meridiana» review, n. 95

This volume of Meridiana examines some key points of the unification process, cleaning up many myths and trying to set fixed points that can constitute a problematic synthesis to dialogue with the scientific world and with the public discourse. It is an attempt to re-establish the confrontation on the relationship between Southern Italy and Unification, avoiding falling into the fantasies of a certain revisionism, but also moving on to the ground of partisan political commitment.  In this direction, the interventions proposed by Meridiana analyze some points and some problems often used in the public discourse by the southern claim, but only to place them in their historical context, verifying their features without making them prisoners of the re-elaboration and of the political needs of the present.

Coordinators
Carmine Pinto
Silvia Sonetti

History of Historiography

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Aula Paparelli-Placanica
11:00

Professor
Francesco Benigno
Scuola Normale superiore di Pisa

Coordinator
Silvia Sonetti

26/02/20-The Void and the Beauty. The meeting of the West and Japan

Biblioteca di Studi Letterari e Linguistici
Edificio D3, terzo piano
Ore 11.00

Professor
Giorgio Sica

The class will be focused on the the progressive reception of Japanese aesthetics in Western world, between the second half of the XIXth century and the first half of the XXth. A special attention will be given to the transformation occurred in the world of figurative arts and in the literature of the major western traditions.

24/02/20-Pasta in Italian history

Professor
Alberto De Bernardi

He is an AM professor of contemporary history at the University of Bologna. He has dealt with social history and social movements, the history of fascism and anti-fascism, the history of republican Italy. His most recent publications are  Storia dell’Italia unita (con L. Ganapini), Garzanti, 2010; Un Paese in bilico. L’Italia degli ultimi trent’anni, Laterza 2014, Fascismo e antifascismo. Storia, memoria e culture politiche, Donzelli, 2018.

The history of pasta described by the profound historical, economic and cultural dynamics of a transformation of taste that was also – and above all – a social transformation.

Coordinator
Stefano d’Atri

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

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