On 11 February 2021, at 6.30 pm, the conference by Maria Grazia Turco of the University of Rome La Sapienza will be held remotely, dedicated to "The archaeological walk and the role of Maria Pasolini". The intervention analyzes the complex events of the construction of the Archaeological Walk when, with the proclamation of the Unification of Italy, a heated debate on the conservation and enhancement of the ancient testimonies of the capital begins.
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.
A multi-voiced meeting between different disciplines - from history to anthropology, from urban planning to art history - in a comparison of methods and sources for a reflection on the past also aimed at an interaction with the dynamics underway in urban realities. The starting point will be the studies collected in the book Telling, reading and imagining the contemporary city. Raconter, lire et imaginer la ville contemporaine, edited by A. Bertoni and L. Piccioni (Leo S. Olschki Editore, Florence 2018).
Presentation of the Web-GIS portal created by the CROMA-Roma Tre University IN THE 18TH CENTURY Friday 18 May 2018, 15.00 Auditorium Museo dell'Ara Pacis Lungotevere in Augusta, Rome The WebGIS Rome portal in the 18th century is an integral part of the scientific and editorial project which had led in 2013 to the publication of the two-volume work "Rome in ...