The merit ranking of the ‘Sangalli Institute Award for the Religious History 2019’ (two winners)
- Jacopo De Santis (first award)
- Giulia Vidori (second award)
- Davi Chang Ribeiro Lin
- Davide Esposito
- Renato Giacomelli
- Luca Al Sabbagh – Miriam Benfatto – Maria Elena Cuenca Rodríguez – Francesca Guiducci – Roberto Marinaccio – Silvia Toppetta
The Committee has judged worth of serious attention all the applications. The selection was managed by asking a detailed referee to the members of the Committee specialist in every single scientific areas. Then, the Committee has fulfilled a second turn of selection, compiling the above quoted merit ranking, gathering together the essays which were comparable for quality and coherence.
Here are the 12 candidates selected to participate to the workshop ‘The Archives of the Holy See: an Introduction’, which will take place in Rome from 20th to 24th January 2020.
1) Mariana Brum Fonseca – Portugal
2) Ruiwen Chen – Hong Kong (China)
3) Cristina Costa Gomes – Portugal
4) Mariana Françozo – The Netherlands
5) Gilbert D. Jones – United States
6) Francesco P. Lacopo – United States
7) Ben Long – Ireland
8) Karina Moret-Miranda – Australia
9) Isabel Murta Pina – Portugal
10) Abigail Ortega – Spain
11) Devaka Premawardhana – United States
12) Ian M. Shank – United States
On Sunday 15th December 2019, at 4.30 pm, the AltreNote Choir of Rome, in collaboration with our Institute and the community of the Fathers of San Filippo Neri in Florence, will give a concert of sacred musics and songs inside the amazing baroque context of the church of San Firenze. Specialized in songs of the Christian and Jewish traditions, with an opening towards the traditions of the various continents, AltreNote will join our Institute, which aims, in doing so, to wish a Merry Christmas. Download here for more details.