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2014

11/11/2014

Si terrà presso la sala Conferenze del Museo della Guerra di Rovereto la presentazione del volume di Marco Mondini LA GUERRA ITALIANA. Partire, raccontare, tornare 1914-18, Bologna, il Mulino, 2014

11/11/2014

Iniziativa legata al programma culturale del Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali e per il Turismo, che accompagna il semestre di presidenza italiana dell'Unione Europea
Conversazione sul tema: Dal Mediterraneo all'Europa. I traffici commerciali attraverso le Alpi in antico regime. Evidenze archivistiche nel complesso documentario “Atti trentini”

10/11/2014

Le ricercatrici e i ricercatori dell'Istituto storico italo-germanico tengono una serie di laboratori di metodologia della ricerca storica per gli studenti della laurea specialistica interateneo Trento-Verona

09/11/2014

The research group of the Italian-German Historical Institute participates in the “Maturità 2015: let’s talk about history” initiative promoted by the Fondazione Trentino Alcide De Gasperi and the Associazione Culturale “Antonio Rosmini”.

30/10/2014

Congratulation to our researcher Massimo Rospocher and to Rosa Salzberg for the birth of Mila Beatrice!

16/10/2014

From the fifteenth to the eighteenth century, the Savoy were considered a German dynasty, a cadet branch of the Saxon emperors of the House of Wettin. Vassals of the Empire from the time of Umberto I (ca. 970-1047/48), as well as “vicari Imperium per Italiam”, in 1361 the Savoy were incorporated into the Germanic body, acquiring rights and status as solely German princes. This differentiated them from the other Italian dynasties – such as the Visconti, Gonzaga and Medici – whose states were in the Empire but not of the Empire.

14/10/2014

From 1 July to 31 December 2014, Italy assumes Presidency of the Council of the European Union. To mark this occasion, the State Archive of Trento and the Italian-German Historical Institute will participate in the cultural activities of the Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Tourism.

13/10/2014

Congratulation to our researcher Emilie Delivré and to Brahim El Mouaatamid for the birth of Halim!

06/10/2014

Seminario per dottorandi Vengeance d’État. Le crime de lèse-majesté entre pratiques judiciaires et récits populaires (Italie, XVIe –XVIIIe siècles)

01/10/2014

The “Annals of the Italian-German Historical Institute in Trento” (“Annali dell’Istituto storico italo germanico in Trento / Jahrbuch des italienisch-deutschen historischen Instituts in Trient”) were launched in 1975 as a journal in various languages. This publishes the results of scientific work by researchers at the Italian-German Historical Institute, along with papers by outside scholars of particular relevance to Italian and German history from the Late Middle Ages to the more recent European past, with a focus on relations between Italy, Austria and Germany.

19/09/2014

Just out a monograph by Emilie Delivré on German Political Catechisms, 1780-1850.

29/07/2014

Just out: the second issue of Isig Newsletter, ed. by Diego D'Amelio.

02/07/2014

Scholarship Competition
LVI Settimana di studio /56. Studienwoche La guerra come apocalisse / War as Apocalypse
Trento, 15-17 ottobre 2013

30/06/2014

“Popular justice” can be roughly defined as “the exercise of justice by the people”. The institutions and practices pertaining to this form of justice vary widely across time and geographical space. The 18th and 19th centuries constitute a key historical period for the transition to popular justice in Europe.

29/05/2014

A new video of the conference organised by ISIG and the provinces of Trento and Bolzano.

20/04/2014

The “Annals of the Italian-German Historical Institute in Trento” (“Annali dell’Istituto storico italo germanico in Trento / Jahrbuch des italienisch-deutschen historischen Instituts in Trient”) were launched in 1975 as a journal in various languages. This publishes the results of scientific work by researchers at the Italian-German Historical Institute, along with papers by outside scholars of particular relevance to Italian and German history from the Late Middle Ages to the more recent European past, with a focus on relations between Italy, Austria and Germany.

18/04/2014

“Italy in European and World Politics, 1955-1979”: One day-workshop in Bologna at the Johns Hopkins University. Among the participants Gabriele D’Ottavio (ISIG-FBK), who will present a paper on the topic ““Falling and Rising powers? Italy and Germany in European Politics, 1958-1979” .

02/04/2014

E' uscito il primo numero della Newsletter dell'Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento, curato da Diego D'Amelio.

01/04/2014

From 2014 onwards, the Italian-German Historical Institute will continue its studies on documentary sources with a new research project, coordinated by Katia Occhi, devoted to the archives of the Prince-Bishopric of Trento.

31/03/2014

The researchers Fernanda Alfieri, Emilie Delivré and Claudio Ferlan will present a panel entitled "The control of words and the words of control. Oral and written normative orders in Early modern Europe (16th - 18th Centuries)" at the Social History Society Annual Conference di 2014, 8-11 April in Newcastle.

17/03/2014

Now consultable at the website of the Italian-German Historical Institute of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler is the online inventory of the "Archivio Pretorio"

10/03/2014

Da oggi è in linea la nuova pagina delle collaboratrici e dei collaboratori Isig

25/02/2014

Experts, including Marco Mondini of the Isig, will discuss at the Biblioteca Provinciale Dr. Friedrich Teßmann, Bolzano, the current state of research and open issues. The debate will focuse on the final stage of the Habsburg monarchy, whose role in the “proto-catastrophe of the twentieth century” is often overlooked by international historiography on the First World War.

13/02/2014

Giovedì 13 e venerdì 14 febbraio il Dipartimento di Studi Sull’Asia e sull’Africa Mediterranea dell’Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia organizza un convegno sui rapporti Italia-Cina nel periodo della Guerra Fredda (1949-1971) indagando le relazioni politiche, economiche e culturali tra i due paesi, dove partecipara il ricercatore Isig Giovanni Bernardini.

2013

13/12/2013

Forty years since its completion, Chancellor's Willy Brandt’s Ostpolitik still stands exemplifies Germany’s acceptance of its tragic collective past and reconciliation with the present of a divided country. Nevertheless, it was also a project to redefine Europe’s future security and to promote a new order of peace for the continent. Given its nature of accentuated autonomy, the Ostpolitik involved phases of dissension and rivalry with the détente promoted by the American president Richard Nixon, which was centred on exclusive dialogue with the Soviet Union. These processes were strongly conditioned by the upsurge in Washington of suspicions and fears concerning the renewed foreign policy initiative taken by the German federal authorities, a quarter of a century after the end of the Second World War. Drawing on archival sources now available, the book reconstructs the dynamics by which the two processes reciprocally influenced each other and laid the bases for reformulation of the Cold War in Europe, identifying features that would persist until the definitive dismantlement of the Iron Curtain and the reunification of Germany.

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