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    Clark Terry & Ernie Wilkins

    Popular Music and History: Media, Consumption and Politics from the 1950s to 1990s

    edited by Alessia Masini

    Popular music in history studies has often been represented as a soundtrack or a sonic counterpoint of big changes, and for a long time it has been mostly considered as a minor source for history, compared with major and proper historical sources. Large scale research work, with greater historiographic impact and results, is mainly focused on a few “traditional” topics. These are: the European erudite music – opera and classical music – which has specific rules and characteristics, and the protest-folk singer and song-writers of the 1960s and 1970s, which are useful to reaffirm the profile of that political generation. It is impossible to predetermine cultural and political value or effects of music because it is an inner part of different practices….


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    1989 poster celebrating May Day and COSATU's Living Wage Campaign in South Africa.

    Worlds of work and the welfare state in Europe between two crises, 1973-2013

    Guest editors Manfredi Alberti (University of Palermo) and Michele Mioni (Otto-Friedrich University Bamberg)

    A well-established transdisciplinary literature has identified the early 1970s as a periodising moment for the labour history and the history of the welfare state. The end of the Bretton Woods system and, mostly, the first energy crisis of 1973 have been generally regarded as the beginning of a major break with social policy as it was conceived during the so-called “Golden Age” of capitalism in Western Europe. Ideas and structural macro-processes gradually reshaped cultural paradigms, policies, and socio-economic relations….


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    edited by Stefano Caselli, Deborah Paci, Giorgio Uberti
    AWESOME by Marie Kare (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

    We can think of games as artifacts, texts, or processes that we take part in: history can therefore be narrativized, reinterpreted, transmitted through games but, most importantly, it can become through games a playground. For Gregory Bateson, anthropologist, what is learned through games is not merely a system of rules but the coexistence of roles, or rather models of behavior: it is precisely by providing a shift of perspectives that games allow us to step into different subjectivities, identifying with others. This may prove useful for educational …



I perpetratori della Shoah in letteratura, al cinema e in altri media

Convegno interdisciplinare 3-4 febbraio 2022 Sala Napoleonica, Via S. Antonio 12 - Milano   Almeno a partire dall'inizio degli anni Sessanta, la riflessione ...

“Extrema derecha 2.0 Qué es y cómo combatirla”

Martedì, 1 marzo 2022, ore 18:00 - 19:30 Diretta sulla pagina Facebook della rivista Diacronie Studi di Storia contemporanea della  Presentazione del libro Extrema ...

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Storie restituite

Il progetto biennale “Storie restituite” è nato grazie al lavoro di riordino e inventariazione del fondo archivistico EGELI della Cariplo curato dall’Archivio storico di Intesa Sanpaolo nell’ambito del Progetto Cultura. Oltre alla valorizzazione del patrimonio tramite il portale “Storie restituite” il progetto si è tradotto in una mostra alle Gallerie d’Italia di Milano. Il portale, come sottolineato nella pagina di presentazione del […]

Hannah Arendt Center for Political Studies

Nato nel 2016 nell’ambito del Dipartimento di Scienze Umane dell’Università di Verona il Centro di studi politici “Hannah Arendt”, propone un’indagine, in una prospettiva interdisciplinare, che alla ricerca filosofico-politica nel campo degli studi arendtiani affianchi la ricerca e la riflessione politica sulla contemporaneità. Nello specifico esso promuove sia attività di ricerca filosofica o storiografica nel campo degli studi […]