The Committee evaluated the applications submitted for the scholarship in memory of Andrea Ragusa and decided unanimously that the winner is Doctor Christian Satto for the project La monarchia italiana nel Novecento tra comunicazione pubblica e storiografia.
Taking into consideration the ample and qualified submissions, 21 participants, the Foundation, following the suggestion of the Committee, decided to assign two additional awards to Doctor Lorenzo Marco Capisani and Doctor Michele Mioni respectively for the projects Il Partito Socialista Italiano e la Repubblica Popolare Cinese (1949-1978) e Riformismo, corporativismo e politica sociale. L’esperienza degli ex “confederali” e dei “planisti” in Italia e Francia dagli Anni ’30 al dopoguerra .
Here the Committee report.
Sandro Pertini’s speech at the European Parliament, Strasbourg april 27 1983.
To find out more
Turin – Polo del Novecento – Istoreto
Venue: Sala Memoria delle Alpi, via del Carmine n. 13
on the 24th of may 2019
The Fondazione di studi storici “Filippo Turati”
presents the essay
Paolo Treves – Biografia di un socialista diffidente
Original drawing of the jail based in Procida created by the polish painter Jósef Czapski. Here, on the 27th of October 1932, died Romolo Tranquilli, younger brother of Ignazio Silone. The writer kept this drawing hanging in his bedroom.
(Archive Ignazio Silone, Fondazione di studi storici “Filippo Turati”)
Conference “Fascismo, Antifascismo e Colonialismo”
Tuesday 14th of may 2019 – Università per Stranieri di Perugia
Venue: Aula Goldoni 11 a.m.
Recollections of the October Revolution
On the 15th and 16th of December 2017 a study meeting on the recollections and representations of the Russian Revolution of October 1917 took place. Italian and foreign scholars from a variety of disciplines took part in the meeting and the proceedings will be published around the Spring of 2018.
Wednesday 13 December, 9:00 am
Urbino, Palazzo Albani
Via Viti 10, Aula D1
L’età delle donne. Saggio su Anna Kuliscioff
(Piero Lacaita Publishing)
by Maurizio Degl’Innocenti
Click here to read the announcement from the Dean of Urbino (in Italian)
Click here for the programme (in Italian)
The book has previously been presented at the Museo del Risorgimento in Milan the 4th of December, and at the Senate of the Republic on the 30th of November
Click here for the video of the presentation at the Senate (In Italian)
STORIA DELL’ESILIO E STORIE DI ESILI NEL XX SECOLO (History of exile and stories of exiles in the 20th century)
Contemporary history seminar hosted by Maurizio degl’Innocenti
Click below to see the video (in Italian):
Interview with professor Carlo Fumian on Angelo Ventura’s writings (in Italian)