The book "Rialto - The market island in Venice" by Donatella Calabi will be presented in Venice on Monday 12 October 2020 at 19:00
The two volumes, “Multi-Ethnic cities in the Mediterranean World” have been published entitled Cultures and Practices of Coexistence from the Thirteenth Through the Seventeenth Centuries and Controversial Heritage and Divided Memories from the Nineteenth Through the Twentieth Centuries.
The AISU memebers assembly remotely called on Friday, September 11, 2020, from 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm CET
The brand-new book series Insights is delighted to announce its forthcoming first volume, expected to be released in autumn 2020. The book, entitled “The global city – The urban condition as pervasive phenomenon”.
It is with the utmost regret that the international committee of the EAUH has decided to postpone its 15th conference on Urban History in Antwerp 2-5 September 2020 to next year 1-4 September 2021. The chronology of the current worldwide pandemic and the outbreak of Covid-19 is too unpredictable, as are the national schedules of loosening…
"A country is needed" is online. Studies and perspectives for abandoned and depopulated centers, supplement to n. 13/2020 of the open access magazine "ArcHistoR" (Extra n. 7/2020)
For the “Libri al Maxxi” series, the book “Rome and the legacy of Louis I. Kahn” will be presented on Wednesday 4 November at 6:30 pm.
Call for Papers – The Syndrome of Grand Projects: contamination processes between North-South, West-East, Global-Local
Throughout the last quarter of the twentieth century, the salvific model of Grand Projects affirmed itself as a final attempt to overcome the deterministic and extensive visions of Functional Planning which marked that very same century.
Between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the Italian political geography was polarized by a number of cities of different sizes and traditions: Rome and Florence, Milan and Naples, Genoa and Venice, Turin and Modena, either ancient republics or new dynastic capitals, satellites of the great European monarchies or small Signorias.