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The ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History 2017’: the merit ranking

By | Awards, News

The ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History 2017’: the merit ranking (two winners)

First Award: Silvia Manzi, “Nella lingua di ciascuno. Bolle pontificie e normativa ecclesiastica in volgare nella prima età moderna (1545-1629)”

Second Award: Francesca Campigli, “Il Cammino Neocatecumenale. Genesi di una realtà ecclesiale attraverso lo studio delle fonti”.

Click here to visualize the whole merit ranking.

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Young Scholars Florence Fellowships 2018: the call for applications

By | News, Scholarships

The Sangalli Institute is glad to announce to the international community of the young researchers (included the Italians) the publication of the call for applications to the ‘Young Scholars Florence Fellowships in Religious History and Religious Studies’: three residencial monthly fellowhips (worth 2.000,00 euros each) will be offered for 2018 to international young scholars of any nationality with an adequate qualification on religious topics, privileging interdisciplinary and interreligious perspectives. Download here the call for fellowship applications for more details.

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‘Lourdes: the miracles stories’: the book launch

By | Conferences

Next Wednesday 6th December 2017, 5 pm, at the Biblioteca di Storia moderna e contemporanea in Rome, Lucia Ceci (Università di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’) and Sofia Boesch Gajano (Centro Europeo di Studi Agiografici, Rieti) will discuss the book of the winner of our Award for the religious history, 2015 edition, Alessandro Di Marco, ‘Lourdes: the miracles stories. Origin and development of a worldwide devotion’, Firenze University Press 2016. The launch will be chaired by Patrizia Rusciani, director of the same library. Download here the program for more details.

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The Russian Church and the Revolution of 1917

By | Conferences, News

Next Friday 1st December 2017, at 5.30 pm, our Institute will celebrate the centenary of the Bolshevik Revolution with a lecture of one of the most prominent Italian scholars of the Russian history: Giovanni Codevilla, already professor of Comparative Ecclesiastical Law at the University of Trieste, will speak about the Orthodox Church and the revolution. The lecture will be introduced and moderated by Mauro Moretti, professor of Contemporary History at the University for Foreigners of Siena. Download here the program for more details.

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Florence in the Religious Crisis of the Sixteenth Century: the conference

By | Conferences, News

Our Institute is going to conclude the initiatives for the five hundredth anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation with an international conference, co-organized together with the University of Florence-SAGAS Department and the Medici Archive Project, and that will take place in Florence from the 23rd to the 25th of November 2017, with the participation of prominent Italian and foreign scholars. Download here the program for more details.

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Florence in the Religious Crisis of the Sixteenth Century: the eligible researchers

By | Awards, News

Here is, in alphabetical order, the list of the young researchers eligible to participate as auditors to the international conference ‘Florence in the Religious Crisis of the Sixteenth Century. From the Death of Savonarola to the Coronation of Cosimo I’, that will take place in Florence next November 23rd to 25th 2017, with the intervention of renowned Italian and foreign scholars. Click here to see the complete list.

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‘Florence in the Religious Crisis of the Sixteenth Century’: the eligible researchers

By | Awards, News

Here is, in alphabetical order, the list of the young researchers eligible to participate as auditors to the international conference ‘Florence in the Religious Crisis of the Sixteenth Century. From the Death of Savonarola to the Coronation of Cosimo I’, that will take place in Florence next November 23rd to 25th 2017, with the intervention of renowned Italian and foreign scholars. Click here to see the complete list.

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For and together with Gino Benzoni. Words and History

By | Conferences, News

On the occasion of the 80th year of age of prof. Gino Benzoni, tenured professor of History of Historiography at the University ‘Ca’ Foscari’ of Venice and Director of the Institute for the history of the Venetian society and state at the Cini Foundation of the same city, our Institute will organize in Florence a half-a-day conference next Friday 3rd November at 3.30 pm: renowned foreign and Italian scholars will outline the topics of his researches from the Sixties till today, having investigated the history of Venice in its multiple aspects. Download here the program for more details.

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Danses macabres and Triumphs of Death at the end of the Middle Ages

By | Conferences, News

A classical ‘case study’ and the attribution of a fresco to a till now uncertain painter: Chiara Frugoni and Simone Facchinetti have very carefully investigated the history of the ‘Danse macabre’ of Clusone, in the province of Bergamo, combining the religious history and the art history. Together with the two authors, Sofia Boesch Gajano and Vincenzo Farinella will discuss the results of this research at out Institute, next Monday 30th October. Download here the program for more details.

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Worship Buildings and Religions in Italy

By | Conferences, News

Next Monday 16th October, from 9.30 am to 7 pm, in Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Sala Pistelli, in Florence, our Institute will organize, under the auspices of the Ordine degli Architetti of Florence and of the Città metropolitana, a one-day conference on ‘Worship Buildings and Religions in Italy. History, Law, Architecture, Society’: renowned constitutionalists, religion and architecture historians, architects and sociologists will illustrate itineraries, debates and practical realizations of synagogues, Christian Churches and mosques from the Unification of Italy to nowadays. At the end, at 5 pm, a round table with religious authorities and prominent scholars will discuss in order to ‘sketch’ Italy of today and of the future. Download here the program.

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