Merit ranking of the scholarship ‘Cities and religions. Past and present for a peaceful coexistence’

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The merit ranking of the scholarship ‘Cities and religions. Past and present for a peaceful coexistence’, 1st November 2015 – 1st May 2016

Winner: Aitana Guia
Research plan: “Cities and the peaceful coexistence of the faiths: best practices, past and present”.

Special mention to the research plans of James Garrison, “Future Syrian voices: Syrian migration and religious (in)tolerance as experienced by the diaspora’s future urban élite”; and of Maria Chiara Rioli, “Mayor Giorgio La Pira, Florence and the creation of a ‘new Mediterranean”.

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‘Secularism and Religion in Modern Europe (XVIth-XVIIIth centuries)’. Workshop for young researchers

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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.

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‘Cities and Religions. Past and Present for a peaceful coexistence’. A new scholarship

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On the occasion of the Forum ‘Unity in Diversity’, that will take place in Florence next 5th-8th November 2015, with the participation of the Mayors of a hundred cities around the world specifically involved in peace and peaceful coexistence among people, reminding a similar initiative thought and desired in 1965 by the Mayor of Florence Giorgio La Pira, the Sangalli Institute offers its third scholarship for this year, whose title is ‘Cities and Religions. Past and Present for a peaceful coexistence’, in collaboration with the Municipality of Florence, promoter of the Forum, and with the participation of UBI – Banco di Brescia. The winner will be rewarded by the Mayor of Florence Dario Nardella and by the President of our Institute during the days of the Forum. Download the announcement for more details.

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Announcement of selection for the ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History’

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Here is, as announced, the announcement of selection for the ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History’, in collaboration with the Department of University and Research of the Municipality of Florence, represented by its chief Cristina Giachi. Our Award, adjoining this year the ‘Premio Ricerca Città di Firenze’, is under the auspices of the Municipality of Florence. Addressed to young Italian and Foreign researchers, it will offer to the two winners the possibility to publish books concerning the religious history from Middle Ages to the Contemporary Era, in a new book series of the Firenze University Press. Deadline: 1st November 2015.

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The ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History’ is coming

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The ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History’ is coming next 1st September. In collaboration with the Department University and Research of the Municipality of Florence and with the patronage of the same Municipality, the announcement of selection will concern the publication of two books peer-reviewed, without geographical, cultural or thematic restrictions, regarding the religious history from Middle Ages to the Contemporary Era. The announcement of selection will be addressed to young Italian and Foreign researchers. The books will be hosted in a new collection published by the Firenze University Press. The award will be delivered during a public ceremony taking place in Palazzo Vecchio in Florence.

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