Oval Table of Modern History

The "Tavola ovale di storia moderna" (Oval Table of Modern History) is a series of seminars designed to facilitate scientific discussion and exchange between scholars engaged in the study of modern history, a free and informal space for historiographic updates on current research.

Event schedule

24/02
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
24/02/2017
12:30 — 14:30
The “Tavola ovale di storia moderna” (Oval Table of Modern History) is a series of seminars designed to facilitate scientific discussion and exchange between scholars engaged in the study of modern history, a free and informal space for historiographic updates on current research.
Luca Ciancio (University of Verona)
Physiologia principis: The cosmos of cardinal Bernardo Cles

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

17/03
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
17/03/2017
12:30 — 14:30
The “Tavola ovale di storia moderna” (Oval Table of Modern History) is a series of seminars designed to facilitate scientific discussion and exchange between scholars engaged in the study of modern history, a free and informal space for historiographic updates on current research.
Antonio Trampus (University of Venice)
Historians and time

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

06/04
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
06/04/2017
12:30 — 14:30
The “Tavola ovale di storia moderna” (Oval Table of Modern History) is a series of seminars designed to facilitate scientific discussion and exchange between scholars engaged in the study of modern history, a free and informal space for historiographic updates on current research.
Guido Alfani (Bocconi University , Milano)
Economic inequality in the pre-inustrial era, ca. 1300-1800

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

19/05
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
19/05/2017
12:30 — 14:30
The “Tavola ovale di storia moderna” (Oval Table of Modern History) is a series of seminars designed to facilitate scientific discussion and exchange between scholars engaged in the study of modern history, a free and informal space for historiographic updates on current research.
Alessandro Arcangeli (University of Verona)
The historiography of emotions and the 16th century turning point

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

23/06
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
23/06/2017
12:30 — 14:30
The “Tavola ovale di storia moderna” (Oval Table of Modern History) is a series of seminars designed to facilitate scientific discussion and exchange between scholars engaged in the study of modern history, a free and informal space for historiographic updates on current research.
Marco Bellabarba (University of Trento)
Historians and propaganda; Henry W. Steed, Robert Seton Watson and the end of WWI

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

29/09
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
29/09/2017
12:30 — 14:30
The “Tavola ovale di storia moderna” (Oval Table of Modern History) is a series of seminars designed to facilitate scientific discussion and exchange between scholars engaged in the study of modern history, a free and informal space for historiographic updates on current research.
Anna Bellavitis (Université de Rouen)
Seminar of discussion around the volume "The Work of Women in the Cities of Modern Europe" Rome 2016

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

02/11
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
02/11/2017
12:30 — 14:30
Luca Degl'Innocenti (University of Birmingham)
The historian, the italianist and the ballad singer. Or what was the (written) poem of the Renaissance oral?

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

09/11
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
09/11/2017
12:30 — 14:30
Luca Degl'Innocenti (University of Birmingham)
Communicate, practice, and reason: the words of political negotiation in Florentine postcards between the late 14th and early 16th centuries (Albizzi, Medici, Guicciardini)

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

25/05
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
25/05/2018
11:00 — 13:00
Andreas Würgler (Univerisité de Genève)
A Transnational History of Media in Early Modern Europe?

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

21/06
Aula Piccola, FBK Sede, FBK-Trento
21/06/2018
12:30 — 14:30
Diego Pirillo (Italian Studies - University of California - Berkeley)
The Atlantic renaissance. Books, readers and libraries during the Puritan America

Aula Piccola, FBK Sede

FBK-Trento

We meet around the oval table of the Italian-German Historical Institute on Fridays at lunch time

Scientific coordinators
Fernanda Alfieri
Claudio Ferlan
Matteo Largaiolli
Katia Occhi
Massimo Rospocher
FBK-ISIG


Contacts
  • Event organization Administrative Assistants: Antonella Vecchio - Elisabetta Lopane

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  • 0461314215

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