Next Thursday 4th February, at 5 pm, our Institute will organize the launch of the last monographic number of the review ‘Annali di Storia di Firenze’, regarding ‘Cosimo I de’ Medici: itinerari di ricerca tra arte, cultura e politica’, edited by Emanuela Ferretti: Carlo Falciani, Giovanna Frosini and Giuseppe Parigino will talk about it together with Andrea Zorzi. See the programme for more details.
Next Wednesday, 16th December 2015, at 5.00 pm, in our headquarters located in Piazza San Firenze 3, the President Maurizio Sangalli and our scholarship owners will illustrate the achieved outcomes and the researches in progress, one year on from the inauguration of our Institute. In honour of the occasion, the chief-rabbi of Florence Joseph Levi; don Luca Mazzinghi, professor at the Facoltà teologica dell’Italia centrale and President of Italian Biblical Association; and imam Izzeddin Elzir, President of UCOII, will be with us to present the initiative ‘Religion is served. Jews, Chistians and Muslims come together … eating’, expected for the first months of 2016. A tasting menu of Jewish, Christian and Muslim typical dishes, cooked by the students of the catering Institute ‘Aurelio Saffi’ of Florence, will follow. Download here the programme for further information.
Here is the programme of the Global Mayors Conference ‘Unity in Diversity’, that will take place in Palazzo Vecchio in Florence from next November 5th to 8th. The Sangalli Institute will participate to the conference with the appointment of a new scholarship: in fact, the last day the Mayor of Florence Dario Nardella will award, on behalf of the Institute, dr. Aitana Guia for the research plan ‘Cities and the peaceful coexistence of the faiths: best practices, past and present’. Download the programme for more details.
After the summer break, we restart with the launches of new books: next Tuesday 13th October 2015, a new appointment with the Nicoletta Marcelli’s essay on the teacher of Lorenzo il Magnifico, ‘Gentile Becchi. Il poeta, il vescovo, l’uomo’, Le Lettere editore, a fascinating tableau about Florence during the second half of the XVth century: see the programme in detail.
Here is the programme of the workshop for young researchers that our Institute will organize in Rome next 5th to 8th October 2015, in collaboration with the Escuela Española de Historia y Archeología, via di S. Eufemia 13. It is a new step in order to improve our international collaborations, focusing on some crucial aspects of the ‘building’ of Europe during the last centuries, and financially supporting young scholars. The workshop is organized by our vice-president Massimo Carlo Giannini and by Rafael Valladares as far as the Escuela. Renowned Italian and foreign scholars will be gathered in Rome together with a group of young researchers coming from European and non-European countries. Download the programme for more details.
In conjunction with the ‘Maggio dei Libri 2015’, the Sangalli Institute will organize, on Thursday 28th May, the second appointment of the month, that is the launch of Francesco Dei’s book ‘La Chiesa senza leggi. Religione e potere secondo un vescovo della Rivoluzione francese (1791-1794)’, Morcelliana: see the programme in detail.
In conjunction with the ‘Maggio dei libri 2015’, the Sangalli Institute, in collaboration with Casa Buonarroti and the Opera Medicea Laurenziana in Florence and the University for foreigners of Siena, will organize on Thursday 14th May the launch of Andrea Felici’s book ‘Michelangelo a San Lorenzo (1515-1534). Il linguaggio architettonico del Cinquecento fiorentino’, Leo S. Olschki: see the programme in detail.
The Sangalli Institute, in collaboration with the University of Valencia, has supported the international conference “¿Identidades religiosas en conflicto? Coexistencias, Intercambios y Enfrentamientos en el Mediterráneo (ss. XII-XVIII”) / “Religious Identities in Conflict? Coexistence, Exchanges and Confrontations in the Mediterranean (12th-18th c.)”, Valencia 7th-8th May 2015: see the programme in detail.
Paper and painted miracles: texts and images of the prodigious in Italy between XIVth and XVIIIth centuries
Florence, 9th April 2015
Codes, structures and practices of the research on Middle Ages from the Unification of Italy to the First World War.
Sources and recent studies
Florence, 23rd-24th January 2015