The Sangalli Institute wish to dedicate the fifth edition of its annual workshop for young researchers to the relations among the three monotheistic religions under the perspective of the education and the trasmission of culture. Thus, it will be offered 10 grants for young researchers who want to participate to the workshop “Entangled Knowledges. Education and Culture in Judaism, Christianity and Islam (XIVth-XIXth centuries)”. The participation is open to young researchers in History, History of Education, History of Arts, Philology and History of Literature, and Religious Studies. The workshop will take place at our Institute from October 2nd to 4th 2019, with the participation of renowned Italian and foreign scholars: download the call for papers for more details.
Next Tuesday 9th April 2019, at the Sala storica ‘Dino Campana’ of the Biblioteca comunale delle Oblate in Florence, under the auspices of the Department for Libraries of the local Municipality, the launch of the book “Parole apte et convenienti”. La lingua della diplomazia fiorentina di metà Quattrocento, by Andrea Felici, edited by the Accademia della Crusca, will take place. Chaired by Giovanna Frosini, University for foreigners of Siena, the book will be presented by Antonio Corsaro, University of Urbino, and Jean-Jacques Marchand, Université de Lausanne. An important occasion to deepen the development of the Florentine vernacular as the language of the political-diplomatic relations. Download here for more details.
Here is the report, due to dr. Davide Trentacoste, of the workshop for young researchers ‘Ethnical and Racial Discriminations and Religious Identities: Norms, Practices and Interactions, 1400-1850’, which took place at our Institute from 24th to 26th October 2018.