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.
Here is the merit ranking of the 12 young researchers participating to the atelier ‘Secularism and Religion in Modern Europe’, that will take place in Rome next October 5th to 9th 2015, with the intervention of renowned Italian and foreign scholars.
The merit ranking of the biannual inter-disciplinary scholarship, 1st July – 31st December 2015
Winner: Maria Chiara Succurro
The merit ranking of the biannual scholarship in religious history, 1st July – 31st December 2015
Winner: Claudio Mancuso
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.
The Sangalli Institute, in collaboration with the Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma-CSIC, offers 12 grants for young researchers who wish to participate to the atelier ‘Secularism and Religion in Modern Europe (XVIth-XVIIIth centuries)’, from October 5th to 9th 2015, with the participation of renowned Italian and foreign scholars: download the announcement of selection, in English and Spanish.
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.
The Sangalli Institute offers for the second semester 2015 two scholarships, one in religious history and one inter-disciplinary, of 6.000,00 (six thousand) euros each: download the announcements for more details.
Paper and painted miracles: texts and images of the prodigious in Italy between XIVth and XVIIIth centuries
Florence, 9th April 2015