2nd AIPH Annual Conference, Pisa – 11-15 June 2018 [DRAFT PROGRAM]


11-15 June 2018

Italian version, go to Seconda Conferenza AIPH – Pisa 11-15 giugno 2018 [DRAFT PROGRAM]


Friday 15 Giugno 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO D1

AIPH1- Libraries and Public History: Resources and Methods
Moderator: Chiara De Vecchis (AIB – Italian Library Association)

  1. Laura Ballestra (University of Castellanza, AIB Study Group on Information Literacy), Learning from the Scientific Literature: Information Literacy Education in Libraries and Beyond.
  2. Francesca Ghersetti (Benetton Foundation, AIB National Committee on Special Libraries), Annantonia Martorano (University of Florence, AIB National Committee on Special Libraries), Special Libraries, Personal Collections: Which Role for Public History?
  3. Fabio Venuda (University of Milan, AIB National Committee on School Libraries), School Libraries and Archives for Public History.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO  B1

AIPH2- The valorization of the cultural heritage through the cultural itineraries as an element of touristic promotion of the territories

Moderator: Sabrina Busato (European Federation of Historical, Cultural and Touristic Itineraries)

  1. Gianni Bergamaschi (Catholic University of Milan), Building an itinerary with historical foundations: the case of “Cammino di S. Giulia”.
  2. Gianluca Bambi (University of Florence), The definition of landscape, how it is perceived, its historical features and peculiarities within the “cammini”.
  3. Carlo Picchietti (“Il Cammino di S. Giulia” Association), The construction of a Cultural Itinerary between historical and landscape valorization and practicability.
  4. Paolo Militello (University of Catania), An itinerary of the “ex voto” between Sicily and Malta: the XVI century frescoes of the Convent of the Cross of Scicli.
  5. Francesco Failla (Pio XI Library – Diocese of Caltagirone), An itinerary of the ex voto in Sicily: the polychrome majolica of the Sanctuary of “Maria SS. del Ponte” in Caltagirone.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO  D2

AIPH3Professional fields for Public History in Italy
Moderator: Lorenzo Bertucelli (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)

  1. Antonio Canovi (Eutopia Lab, Reggio Emilia), Public History practises for engaged theatre. 
  2. Manfredi Scanagatta (OZ- Officine Zero, Rome), Urban renovation, literature and Public History.
  3. Lorenzo Pezzica (Unimore), Oral and digital archives: a Public approach.
  4. Matteo Al Kalak (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), Cultural Heritage: valorization networks between universities, private foundations and cultural institutes.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO C2

AIPH4- Business archives: experiences and perspectives regarding participatory archives
Moderators: Giorgio Bigatti, Stefano Agnoletto (ISEC Foundation, Milan)

  1. Carolina Lussana, Manuel Tonolini (Dalmine Foundation, Bergamo), Fondazione Dalmine. Promoting industrial culture.
  2. Susanna Ognibene (OMNIAREM Srl and Anai Liguria, La Spezia), Communicating the archive: oral sources and theater as a vehicle for emotions.
  3. Maria Margherita Scotti (Piaggio Historical Archive, Pontedera), The business archive as a tool of dialogue and participation.
  4. Sara Zanisi (ISEC Foundation, Milan), AggiungiPROmemoria “participatory archive” Lab.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO E1

AIPH5- Leadership and Democracy in a Mass Society. Exhibitions on Gramsci, Nenni, Moro, Trentin. Biographies by Images and Documents
Moderator: Francesco M. Biscione (Flamigni Archive)

  1. Stefano Mangullo (Gramsci Foundation), Antonio Gramsci and the Great War.
  2. Antonio Tedesco (Nenni Foundation), Nenni, Father of the Republic.
  3. Ilaria Moroni (Flamigni Archive), Images of a Life. An Exhibition for Aldo Moro.
  4. Ilaria Romeo (CGIL Historical Archive), Bruno Trentin, Ten Years Later.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 17.15-18.45 | Room PAO D1

AIPH6– Oral, Visual or Public? Documenting migrations, three experimenting videos
Moderator: Antonio Canovi (Eutopia – Territorial renovations/AISO)

  1. Lorenzo Bertucelli (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), The place for arrivals.
  2. Giovanni Contini (AISO), Pursuing happiness.
  3. Adriana Dadà (AISO), “Barsane”.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO  D2

AIPH7- The “Memorial Park” in Rab, Croatia: denied, conflicting and overlapping memories
Moderator: Ivo Jevnikar (journalist)

  1. Carlo Spartaco Capogreco (University of Calabria), The fascist camp of the island of Arbe/Rab (1942-43) and the Memorial Park built in 1953.
  2. Božidar Jezernik (University of Ljubljana), The Memory of Goli Otok “Gulag” and its relationships with the ex internees of Rab concentration Camp.
  3. Marko Medved (University of Zagreb), Croatian historiography and memory concerning the concentration camps of Arbe/Rab and Goli Otok.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO C2

AIPH8- Moving in space in order to travel in time. Widespread museums for contemporary history in Italy
Moderator: Antonio Fanelli (University of Florence)

  1. Mirco Carrattieri (Museum of the Republic of Montefiorino and the Italian Resistance), Gothic Line: relevant potentialities, lost opportunities, new perspectives.
  2. Paola E. Boccalatte (ICOM Italia), Resistance, museums and territory in Piedmont.
  3. Alessandro Cattunar (Quarantasettezeroquattro, Gorizia), Widespread museums along the Italian-Slovenian border.
  4. Isabella Insolvibile (University of Molise – Ferruccio Parri National Institute), War and Resistance on the Gustav line.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO D2

AIPH9– “Complicare stanca”. Internal and external challenges of historiography: the neoborb case-study
Curator: SISF – Società Italiana per lo Studio della Fotografia
Moderator: Annastella Carrino (University of Bari)

  1. Gabriella Corona (ISSM-CNR), The “neoborbonic issue” and the denied “Mezzogiorno”: from “Meridiana” to the meridian thought.
  2. Fulvio Cammarano (SISSCo-University of Bologna), SISSCo: the reason of a document.
  3. Carmine Pinto (University of Salerno), Gian Luca Fruci (University of Bari), History and geography of the neoborb universe.
  4. Federico Palmieri (Normanno-Svevi Study Center), Christopher Calefati (Gramsci di Puglia Foundation), Antonella Fiorio (Gramsci di Puglia Foundation), Memory and the web.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO  D1

AIPH10Oral archives and public history: ongoing experiences and open questions
Moderators: Alessandro Casellato (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice), Roberta Garruccio (University of Milan)

  1. Silvia Calamai (University of Siena), Voices of madness: an oral archive and its exploitation.
  2. Andrea Fenoglio (independent director), We will not be there: a project of artistic reuse of oral archives about the peasant world.
  3. Gabriele Ivo Moscaritolo (Multimedia Archive of Memories, Naples), Memories from the land between Oral and Public History: the Multimedia Archive of Memories project.
  4. Dan Ellin (University of Lincoln, IBBC Digital Archive), Heather Hughes (University of Lincoln, IBBC Digital Archive), Alessandro Pesaro (University of Lincoln, IBBC Digital Archive), Using oral history to interpret the bombing war in Europe: the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO  B1

AIPH11Inside and outside the communities: scientific museums and public history. The case of the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan
Moderator: Simona Casonato (Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, Milan)

  1. Elena Canadelli (University of Padua), Making the history of the Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan: a short-circuit between past and present.
  2. Paola Redemagni (Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, Milan), The “Le Voci della Scienza” project.
  3. Leonardo Gariboldi (University of Milan), History of Physics In and Out of the Academy.
  4. Barbara Soresina (Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology, Milan), “Cult Night XVII Sec. Edition, featuring Maria Gaetana Agnesi”: planning public history events.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO  E1

AIPH12– “Cantiere 2 agosto”, a case of public history
Moderator: Benedetta Tobagi (independent journalist and researcher)

  1. Screening of the docufilm “Cantiere 2 agosto: narrazione di una strage” (about 40 min.)
  2. Sandra Cassanelli (Legislative Assembly of the Emilia-Romagna Region), When Institutions make Memory: Legislative Assembly and “Cantiere 2 agosto”.
  3. Cinzia Venturoli (University of Bologna), Reporting a massacre: historical research, memory and public history.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 17.15-18.45 | Room PAO  B1

AIPH13-  Telling, drawing, playing the Great War. The First World War in children’s books and wargames
Moderator: Alessandro Cattunar (Quarantasettezeroquattro Association, Gorizia –  University of Padua)

  1. Paola Tarantelli (children bookshop “La Pecora nera”, Udine), The Great War in children’s literature. An overview and some thoughts.
  2. Alessandro Cattunar (Quarantasettezeroquattro Association, Gorizia – University of Padua), Crossed looks. Graphic novels and illustrated books narrate the Great War.
  3. Matteo Pizzolante (educational/social-assistance operator and historical-military consultant), “Small wars”. The wargames between playing, teaching and historical reflection.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO  C2

AIPH14- Musealisation processes for the enhancement of cultural heritage. Analysis of some cases
Moderator: Salvatore Colazzo (University of Salento)

  1. Salvatore Colazzo (University of Salento), The “Menamenamò” experience and the Pietro Sassu Ethnographic and Music Archive.
  2. Aurora Savelli (University of Florence), The museums of Siena’s “Contrade”: between historical narration, collective mythology and real life.
  3. Ada Manfreda (Pegaso University, Naples), History of art, landscape, heritage protection.
  4. Emanuela Rossi (University of Florence), Heritage community and local heritage use: “La Querciola” in Quarrata (Pistoia).
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO C2

AIPH15- Europe from the Treaty of Rome to Brexit: public discourse, media and satire (1957 – 2017)
Moderator: Sante Cruciani (Tuscia University)

  1. Sante Cruciani (Tuscia University), The Treaty of Rome and the public discourse on Europe.
  2. Maria Elena Cavallaro (Luiss Guido Carli University, Rome), Spanish Press and the Europe since the EEC membership to the outbreak of the global economic crisis.
  3. Leonardo Campus (Rai Storia), The roots of Brexit. The UK and the path to European Union seen through the lenses of RAI TV reports.
  4. Maria Paola Del Rossi (University of Teramo), The satire and the European crisis.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 10.00-11.45 | Room PAO  E1

AIPH16Public History and citizenship: the role of history in public life
Moderator: Antonino De Francesco (University of Milan)

  1. Massimiliano Tarantino (Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation), The public role of history.
  2. Antonino De Francesco (University of Milan), Public History and public use of history between research and dissemination.
  3. Cristina Lentini (Master in Public History, University of Milan and Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation), The future of the historian: what opportunities for a historical public? The role of the PH Master.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO  D2

AIPH17- Reconciliation policies, public use of history and disputed memories in contemporary North Africa
Moderator: Anna Maria Di Tolla (“L’Orientale” University of Naples)

  1. Gina Annunziata (“L’Orientale” University of Naples – Academy of Fine Arts of Naples), Memories of political violence in cinema and theatre in the Post-Revolution Tunisia.
  2. Anna Maria Di Tolla (“L’Orientale” University of Naples), Public history, Disputed Memories, and Berber Identity in North Africa.
  3. Renata Pepicelli, Guendalina Simoncini (University of Pisa), “Years of Lead” in Morocco: Equity and Reconciliation Commission between public history and contested memories.
  4. Paola Pizzo (University of Chieti-Pescara), Twenty years after the Colloquies of Rome, contended memories of the Algerian history.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO E1

AIPH18 – 2 June: from Exhibition to Project
Moderator: Raffaello A. Doro (middle school I.C. Albano laziale, Rome)

  1. Raffaello A. Doro (middle school I.C. Albano laziale, Rome), The “Presidents of the Republic. Municipalities, Italy, Europe (1946-2013)” exhibition.
  2. Marcello Ravveduto (University of Salerno), Toponymy and republican memory for a new civil religion.
  3. Paola Salvatori (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa), The languages of the republican history in the capital: monuments and rituals.
  4. Agnese Bertolotti (Tuscia University), The “2 June” portal project.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO C2

AIPH19-  A multidisciplinary approach for historical narratives of sports
Moderator: Domenico F. A. Elia (University of Chieti-Pescara)

  1. Deborah Guazzoni (University of Milan), “Football is nothing without fans”. Sports History and Fans Memory.
  2. Matteo Anastasi (LUMSA), Paolo Carelli (Catholic University of Milan), Sports storytelling on TV: the cases of “Sfide” and “Federico Buffa racconta”.
  3. Saverio Battente (University of Siena), Nicola Sbetti (University of Bologna), Sport museums: opportunity and criticality. The cases of the national museums of basket and gymnastics.
  4. Domenico F. A. Elia (University of Chieti-Pescara), The valorization of Italian sport and gymnastics industry: a plan for a digital archive of material sport history.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO C2

AIPH20- Co.Heritage: examples of enhancement of the cultural heritage in Lazio Region within experiences of Community Research
Moderator: Stefania Ficacci (Ecomuseo Casilino Ad Duas Lauros)

  1. Stefania Ficacci (Ecomuseo Casilino Ad Duas Lauros), Co.Heritage, stumbling memories. A Public History project for the enhancement of the cultural heritage in the 5th Municipality of Rome.
  2. Maria Teresa Natale, Priscilla Polidori (GoTellGo Cultural Association), Keeping up with history on the “Via Appia” between Rome and Garigliano.
  3. Pietro Di Alessandri (Gab Freedom Association and Centro Turistico Giovanile Studentesco),Anagni Excelsa”, from historical research to tourism promotion of the region.
  4. Serena Nuccitelli, Sara Le Xuan (Avanzi, Milano), Re-scape: co-planning workshop to prompt local renovation and development process. The case of the Monticchio quarry in Lazio.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO C2

AIPH21- History and possibilities in the mass Internet
Moderator: Domenico Matteo Frisone (University of Teramo)

  1. Michele Lacriola (University of Salerno), History on the Tube: from the Anglo-American experience to “Pinte di Storia”.
  2. Domenico Matteo Frisone (University of Teramo), A new frontier: the streaming of videogames as a possibility of “(hi)story-learning”.
  3. Antonio Iodice (University of Exeter), Pietro Rubini (“Pinte di Storia”), “Pages” of history: techniques of historical narration in Facebook era.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO C2

AIPH23- Monument on movement: rehabilitation and giving new meanings to historical monuments in Italy
Moderator: Marta Gara (Catholic University of Milan)

  1. Giorgio Uberti (PopHistory), The project “Monumento_specific”: a new relationship between monuments and citizens in the city of Milan.
  2. Andrea Di Michele (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano), Coming to terms with stone fascism. The case of Bolzano.
  3. Giulia Dodi (PopHistory), A virtual monument to link phisical and digital space in memory of fallens during First World War.
  4. Maria Elena Versari (Carnegie Mellon University), Iconoclasm, oblivion, normalization and privatization: ideological problems of the conservation of monuments in Italy.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 17.15-18.45 | Room PAO C2

AIPH24- The “Memorieincammino.it” project: testimonies, documents and online images of an Italy undergoing transformation (1922-1945)
Moderator: Mirco Zanoni (Alcide Cervi Institute)

  1. Gabriella Gotti (Alcide Cervi Institute), From the chest to the web: documents, images and testimonies to report an Italy in transformation (1922-1945).
  2. Armando Rossi (BCC Cassa Padana –POPOLIS editorial board), Behind the scenes of the “Memorieincammino.it” digital archive.
  3. Roberta Bruno (graphic designer), “Per fare l’albero ci vuole il frutto”: the syntax of “Memorieincammino.it”.
  4. Martina Noleggi (ANPI, Varano de’ Melegari), An exemplary case: Varano de’ Melegari, its memory, its community.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO D1

AIPH25Public History in the time of the capital of culture: deals and tasks
Moderator: Chiara Martinelli (Historical Institute of the Resistance, Pistoia)

  1. Alessia Cecconi (CDSE Foundation), Treasures of war, the art of Pistoia between salvation and destruction.
  2. Francesco Cutolo (History and City Association), The city at war. Citizens and refugees in Pistoia between 1915 and 1918.
  3. Sara Valentina Di Palma (CoopCulture), Traveling, deportation to the lagers.
  4. Stefano Bartolini (“Valore Lavoro” Foundation), The star key. Industrial work in the 20th century.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO C2

AIPH26- Historical Geography and GIS: bridging research and application
Moderator: Arturo Gallia (Roma Tre University)

  1. Nicola Gabellieri (University of Genoa), A multiproxy approach to the history of wetlands: combining historical cartography, textual sources and pollen analysis. The case study of Grosseto Plain.
  2. Tiago Gil (University of Brasilia), The Digital Atlas of Portuguese America.
  3. Andrew S. Mathews (University of California, Santa Cruz), Fabio Malfatti (Ethno-Anthropological Research Center, Lucca), The Roles of Plant disease, Forest Fires and, Industrialization in the transformation of the Monti Pisani.
  4. Fabiana Susini (Higher School for Linguistic Mediators, Pisa), WEBGIS as a tool for the discovery of the hospitality system of the region: the case of the road inns in the Grand-Duchy of Tuscany (XVI-XVIII centuries).
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO D2

AIPH27- Public History and Digital Humanities
Moderator: Viviana Gravano (Academy of Fine Arts, Bologna)

  1. Viviana Gravano (Academy of Fine Arts, Bologna), The museums of the Resistance in Italy between narratives and interactivity. 
  2. Giulia Grechi (Academy of Fine Arts, Naples), Diasporic archives and aspirations in Martina Melilli’s visual works.
  3. Gabriele Proglio (University of Coimbra), The Black Mediterranean: liquid traces, music and voices beyond border.
  4. Giulio Pernice (RUFA), Beyond Borders. Transnational Italy: Interactivity and Intersubjectivity “beyond borders” of Historical Research.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO B1

AIPH28- Knowledge transfer: PH between education, innovation and future challenges
Moderator: Roberto Ibba (University of Cagliari)

  1. Flavio Tariffi (Space Spa), ICT, cultural heritage and Public History: new lines of flight.
  2. Giovanni Serreli (researcher), The MudA museum in Las Plassas: from the research to the multimedia communication.
  3. Jorma Ferino (SJM TECH), The gaming approach for cultural heritage and history: experience design.
  4. Aldo Di Russo (cultural project designer), New opportunities and old prejudices. The innovation as a place of dialogue.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO D1

AIPH29- #traccedise A Startup on female singularity between Old and New World: from public history to youth social entrepreneurship
Moderator: Giuliana Iurlano (CESRAM/University of Salento)

  1. Silvana Arcuti (University of Salento), Maria d’Enghien, a suburban queen.
  2. Giuliana Iurlano (CESRAM/University of Salento), Anne Hutchinson, Victoria Woodhull, Emma Goldman: three rebel women of the New World.
  3. Giovanna Bino (CESRAM/ Supervision cultural heritage), Anna Antonacci and Clementina Fumarola De Pietro: two Salentinian philanthropists.
  4. Deborah De Blasi (CESRAM/USP Lecce), #sirenesalentine: an App for a trip with three sirens and three women out of time.
  5. Daniele Manni (Galilei-Costa Institute, Lecce), App and Startup: the narration by the digital.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO E1

AIPH30- Shaping Public History in Russia: Forms, Places and Media
Moderator: Kirill Levinson (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow)

  1. Irina Savelieva (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow), “What is the Public History You Could Ask? We Have Yet to Figure It Out Ourselves!” Establishment of Educational Programs on Public History in Russia.
  2. Kirill Levinson (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow), Private Military Museums in Today’s Russia. 
  3. Boris Stepanov (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow), “Be Kind Rewind”: Soviet Space Flights on the Post-Soviet Screen.
  4. Alexandra Kolesnik (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow), Tsoi Memorial Sites: Rethinking Soviet History of the 1980s through Musical Past.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO  E1

AIPH31- 1938-45 in public: places, monuments, images, stories
Moderator: Valentina Pisanty (University of Bergamo/INSMLI)

  1. Simon Levis Sullam (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice), 1938-1945 in public: history, story, memory.
  2. Chiara Becattini (University of Padua), Places, monuments, museums: Fossoli di Carpi and San Sabba.
  3. Silvia Bettanin, Elena Cadamuro, Marco Donadon (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice), Racism on show: a Public History laboratory.
  4. Damiano Garofalo (Catholic University of Milan), The racial laws and 1938 in TV fiction, between history and representation.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO C2

AIPH32- Based on a true story: Public History practices in contemporary fiction
Moderator: Lorisfelice Magro (Master in Public History, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)

  1. Lorisfelice Magro (Master in Public History, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), For a new Italian History in comic books: Battaglia between historical tale and pulp comics
  2. Vittorio Bonino (University of Trento), “I tell, therefore I am”: identity, tale and revenge in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace
  3. Maria Paola Corsentino (University of Pisa), Eppur si mossero: the (nearly absolute) absence of politics in the contemporary lesbian literature in Italy
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO C2

AIPH33- History in memes era. A challenge for Public History between educational potentiality and simplification risks
Moderator: Francesco Mantovani (PopHistory)

  1. Gabriele Sorrentino (PopHistory), Is it possible to describe Rome and the Middle Ages through memes? Potentialities and issues.
  2. Matteo di Legge (PopHistory), Battlefields of meme – Military history between memes and rap battle.
  3. Igor Pizzirusso (Ferruccio Parri National Institute), The – not always ironic – simplification of the great totalitarianisms of the 20th century.
  4. Iara Meloni (Ferruccio Parri National Institute), The First Republic is never forgotten. From the “gaudent socialism” to the scandal of Tangentopoli through memes.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO  E1

AIPH34- GeoMemories: a look into the past
Moderator: Andrea Marchetti (CNR Pisa)

  1. Andrea Marchetti (CNR Pisa), The Rebirth of GeoMemories.
  2. Elizabeth Jane Shepherd (Aerial Imagery National Archive – ICCD), What fate for Aerofoteca Nationale?
  3. Fabio Cosci (Marcello Cosci Association), The photo interpretation in archeology.
  4. Anders Hast (University of Uppsala), The pipeline for stereo visualisation of historical aerial photographs.
  5. Carlotta Capurro (University of Utrecht), The use of Aerial photography in museums: three Belgian cases.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO C1

AIPH35- PH and borders
Moderator: Alessandra Fontanesi (Institute for the history of the Resistance and the contemporary society, Reggio Emilia)

  1. Giorgio Mezzalira (“Storia e regione” Association, Bolzano), From a divided history to a shared one. Doing history in South Tyrol.
  2. Hannes Obermair (University of Innsbruck), A province of two díctatorships and its public memory rivisited.
  3. Alessandro Cattunar (“Quarantasettezeroquattro” Association), Travelling the border: historical and memory tourism between Italy and Slovenia.
  4. Marco Abram (OBC Transeuropa/CCI), Narrating the Balkans: “memory trips” to South-East Europe.
Tuesday  12 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO C2

AIPH36- Memory Sites, Cultural Heritage and History Narratives. The Case of Fossoli
Moderator: Roberta Mira (Fossoli Foundation)

  1. Daniele Salerno (University of Bologna), Camp and Event. Fossoli as Semiotic Space.
  2. Andrea Luccaroni (University of Bologna), Visible and Invisible Memories. Architectural and topographical Transformations of the Fossoli former Concentration Camp (1942-1989).
  3. Marika Losi (Fossoli Foundation), Didactics for place of memory. Designing and implementation from the case of Campo Fossoli.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO E1

AIPH37- Monuments and statues: a global struggle to control the past in public spaces
Moderator: Serge Noiret (European University Institute, AIPH)

  1. Thomas Cauvin (University of Colorado, IFPH-FIHP), Public History and monuments in the USA after Charlottesville.
  2. Antonio Chiaese (independent researcher), Lukiškės Square and the Memorial to Lithuanian Freedom Fighters: a case of selective memory, participation and urban regeneration.
  3. Chantal Kesteloot (CegeSoma, Bruxelles), Monuments and toponymy. Past in public space in Belgium. 
  4. Benoit Vaillot (European University Institute), France facing its slave and colonial past: should slavery and colonial traces be removed from public space?
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO E1

AIPH38- Community Archives, Invisible Records and Public History Experiences
Moderator: Stefano Vitali (ICAR)

  1. Sara De Giovanni (F. Madaschi Resource Center), Cassero LGBT Resource Center in Bologna: Preserving and Disseminating the Collective Memory of LGBTQ People.
  2. Francesca Ortolano (Maurice GLBTQ Torino), Centre of Documentation Maurice LGBTQ Torino: Documenting for Whom?
  3. Elena Petricola (Women’s Archive in Piedmont), Women’s Archive in Piedmont: Community, Network, Audience. Today’s Challenges.
  4. Cristoforo Magistro (Agedo), Chiara Ottaviano (Cliomedia Officina), Denied History and Emerged Records: the Case of Roma and that of Homosexual Persons.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO C1

AIPH39– The return of history and the memory construction in post-revolutionary Tunisia
Moderator: Renata Pepicelli (University of Pisa)

  1. Renata Pepicelli (University of Pisa), Secret memories and public history: Islamist women narratives in Tunisia.
  2. Chiara Diana (Aix-Marseille University/OMAM-MSH Université libre de Bruxelles/LabexMed), Memories, emotions, transmission. Revolution in Tunisia through ordinary representations and institutionalized knowledge.
  3. Catherine Cornet (American University of Rome), The role of the Kamal Lazar Foundation in formulating a Tunisian Public Art history after 2011.
  4. Luce Lacquaniti (“L’Orientale” University of Naples), “The revolutionaries say: you can’t make fun of us”. Public debate and collective memory in post-revolutionary Tunisia through writings on the walls and street art.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO D2

AIPH40- Making public history in the places of Nazi massacres
Moderator: Paolo Pezzino (Landscapes of the Memory)

  1. Elena Monicelli (Peace School Foundation of Monte Sole), Monte Sole.
  2. Roberto Tincani (Victims of the 18th March 1944 Massacre Association), In victims’eyes. Monchio Massacre between communitarian memory and official celebrations.
  3. Luciana Ziruolo (Isral), Climbing to the Benedicta: a map for the present.
  4. Simone Caponera, Simone Tonini (Historical Museum of the Resistance,  Sant’Anna di Stazzema), Sant’Anna di Stazzema.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO D1

AIPH41- Civil rights and sexual liberation: a “Historymap” and a documentary on the ’68 heritage
Moderator: Irene Piazzoni (University of Milan)

  1. Spartaco A. Puttini (Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation), Telling the discontinuity and legacy of ’68: history and dissemination, the Historymap project.
  2. Valeria Galimi (University of Milan), Images and representations of the Vietnam war during the “long”1968.
  3. Irene Piazzoni (University of Milan), Sexual liberation, gender issues and marginalization in the heritage of “Sessantotto”: an iconographical recognition.
  4. Carlo Greppi (historian and writer), No Border. 50 years after ’68, discovering a new utopia.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO C2

AIPH42- Inside Wikipedia: methods, procedures and experiences in the preparation of historical entries
Moderator: Igor Pizzirusso (Ferruccio Parri National Institute)

  1. Enrico Manera (Istoreto), Wikipedia as public history.
  2. Flavio Febbraro (Istoreto), The digital gym: the experience of writing historical entries on Wikipedia.
  3. Antonio Prampolini (Ferruccio Parri National Institute), The rules for writing historical entries on Wikipedia: the entry “Fascism” in the Italian edition of the encyclopedia.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO B1

AIPH43- Memorials and historical memory. Public History projects to give new voice and (new) meanings to the “memory stones”: Bologna, Catania, Florence
Moderator: Giancarlo Poidomani (University of Catania)

  1. Simone Fagioli (Tuscan Factory of Economics, Politics and History, Florence), The silent servants. Twentieth century monuments in the municipal cemetery of Certosa di Bologna. A social analysis.
  2. Giancarlo Poidomani (University of Catania), Francesco Mannino (“Officine Culturali” for the enhancement of cultural heritage), The Memorial to fallen soldiers from Catania at the church of the former Benedictine monastery of S. Nicola the Arena: from oblivion to “socialisation”.
  3. Sergio Casprini (Florentine Committee for the Risorgimento), Memorial monuments or monuments to oblivion?
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 17.15-18.45 | Room PAO C1

AIPH45- “Being Sardinian”. Territorial and people’s history and memory. The projects of Public History by Autonomous Region of Sardinia
Moderator: Riccardo Porcu (Service of Institutional Communication, Transparency, Coordination of Public Relation Offices Network and Archives of the Autonomous Region of Sardinia)

  1. Fabrizio Meloni (University Hospital Company of Cagliari), Telling the proximal communication and the multiform experiences of welcoming: CamineRAS and the Ethnographic Museum of Nuoro.
  2. Riccardo Porcu (Service of Institutional Communication, Transparency, Coordination of Public Relation Offices Network and Archives of the Autonomous Region of Sardinia), The gamification to increase history’s knowledge within schools through the Public History project and a short story realized with IstoRiAS, an educational game on Sardinia’s history.
  3. Gianluigi Contini (Coordination of the Archives of the Region of Sardinia), Licia Meloni (Coordination of the Archives of the Region of Sardinia), Carmen Locci (Presidency of the Region of Sardinia), Virtual Historic Archive and Sardinia Digital Library: to project a virtual and social container for stories and tales.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO  C1

AIPH46- The relationship between history and memory of natural disasters (XVI – XX centuries): research experiences in comparison
Moderator: Elena Riva (Catholic University of Milan)

  1. Domenico Cecere (Federico II University of Naples), Memories of distant disasters. The earthquakes in the Hispanic Monarchy in the scientific literature of the late XVII century.
  2. Arturo Gallia (Roma Tre University), Reporting and describing the earthquake: historical cartography as a tool for public history.
  3. Giannantonio Scaglione (University of Catania), Describing the memory. Natural disasters in Sicily in the second half of the XVII century.
  4. Fabrizio Filioli Uranio (Jean Moulin University Lyon 3), The Vajont disaster as a narrative paradigm of contemporary calamities.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO  C1

AIPH47- Analysis of Public History practices
Moderator: Enrica Salvatori (University of Pisa)

  1. Stefano Capezzuto (University of Pisa), Public participation.
  2. Martina Anderlini (University of Pisa), The source contextualization in Public History projects.
  3. Nicolò Pratelli (University of Pisa), Digital history: when it is needed and when it works.
  4. Francesca Pasqualini (University of Pisa), The dramatization of history.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO  D2

AIPH48- Collect, preserve and make history with amateur and family audiovisual and photographic sources. Methods, narratives, creative reuses
Moderator: Silvia Savorelli (Home Movie Archivio Nazionale del Film di Famiglia)

  1. Letizia Cortini (Labor and democratic movement Archive Foundation), Visual sources. From scientific treatment, to historical valorisation, to participatory storytelling paths.
  2. Antonella Pagliarulo (Regesta.exe), Audiovisual spaces of narration on the web: a survey of sharing projects.
  3. Aurora Palandrani (Labor and democratic movement Archive Foundation), Unarchive-Zavattini Award (Premio Zavattini). A project for building film memory archives using the audiovisual heritage.
  4. Silvia Savorelli (Home Movie Archivio Nazionale del Film di Famiglia), Home movie as a source of historical and social tales – a concrete example.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO  C1

AIPH49- Photography and Public History: from photo archive to “public scene”: experiences and practices
Moderator: Tiziana Serena (University of Florence)

  1. Tiziana Serena (University of Florence), The photographic archive out of itself: social uses and narratives.
  2. Lucia Miodini (CSAC University of Parma/ISIA,Urbino), Filing the ’68? Photography, Public History and new strategies for the look.
  3. Silvia Paoli (Civic Photo Archive, Milan), The photographic archive as a threshold: contexts and methods of an engaged narration.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO D1

AIPH50- The ’68 and the role of the “Institutes of the Resistance and the Contemporary Age” in Public History in Italy
Moderator: Marica Tolomelli (University of Bologna)
Discussant: Marcello Flores (Ferruccio Parri National Institute)

  1. Giampaolo Borghello (north-east Institutes), Institutes in the north-east area (Udine, Trieste, Venice).
  2. Metella Montanari (Emilia-Romagna Historical Institutes Network), Emilia-Romagna area.
  3. Marco Lo Cascio (Rome Area Working Group/lrsifar), Rome area.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO  B1

AIPH51The memorial laws and the public activity of the Historical Institutes for the history of the Resistance and the contemporary age. A problematic outcome
Moderator: Claudio Silingardi (Ferruccio Parri National Institute)

  1. Patrick Karlsen (Regional Institutes for the history of the Resistance and the contemporary age/IRSREC FVG), The Memorial Day and the historical debate on the “eastern border”.
  2. Marco Manfredi (Istoreco, Livorno/Tuscan Institutes Network), The Institutes of the Resistance and the Memorial Day in Tuscany.
  3. Metella Montanari (Historical Institutes for the history of the Resistance and the contemporary age, Modena), The celebrations of 25th April in a red region: Emilia-Romagna.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO  B1

AIPH53- Turin, a city which writes its own history
Moderator: Stefano Benedetto (City of Turin)

  1. Paola E. Boccalatte (museum consultant), Making history of the city, between institutional offer and spontaneous experiences.
  2. Walter Tucci (“Centro di Documentazione Storica”, District 5, Turin), Towards a widespread museum of the territory. Practices of Public History in the suburbs within the urban ecomuseum project of the “Centro di Documentazione Storica”. 
  3. Davide Monge (Civic Libraries of Turin), The network of civic libraries of Turin as a place for research and sharing the history of urban communities.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO B1

AIPH54- Stumbling Stones in Italy: to communicate the history and memory of deportation through a contemporary art project
Moderator: Guido Vaglio (Widespread Museum of Resistance, Deportation, War, Rights and Freedom, Turin)

  1. Adachiara Zevi (“Arteinmemoria” Association, Rome), A widespread memorial.
  2. Camilla Brunelli (Museum of Deportation and Resistance, Prato), Stumbling stones for political prisoners in Prato.
  3. Marco Borghi (Venetian Institute for the history of the Resistance and of contemporary society), The spread remembrance of “Stumbling stone”: the Venice case.
  4. Alessandra Fontanesi (Institute for the history of the Resistance and of contemporary society of Reggio Emilia), An invitation to stumble. The project for the installation of Stolpersteine in Reggio Emilia.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO  B1

AIPH55- Meeting up with history: teaching and training at the Cervi Institute during the academic year 2017/2018
Moderator: Morena Vannini (Alcide Cervi Institute)

  1. Eric Gobetti, Simone Malavolti (historians), 1918-2018: Centenary of the First World War.
  2. Silvia Tirelli (Alcide Cervi Institute), 1938-2018: 80th anniversary of the racial laws in Italy.
  3. Gabriella Gotti (Alcide Cervi Institute), 1948-2018: 70th anniversary of the Constitution.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO C1

AIPH56- “Public geography” in Italy: definitions, scopes, future perspectives
Moderator: Giuseppe Dematteis (Politecnico of Turin)

  1. Francesca Governa (Polytechnic University of Turin), Geography for politics and geography for the public.
  2. Massimiliano Tabusi (University of Siena), Pop Geography and Public Geography.
  3. Mauro Varotto (University of Padua), Museums and the three university missions: for a renewed public role of geography.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO B1

AIPH57Racism, racial laws and Shoah: means of communication outside specialized contexts
Moderator: Alessandra Veronese (University of Pisa)

  1. Carmen Dell’Aversano (University of Pisa), Past and present, result and process: communicating history.
  2. Fabrizio Franceschini (University of Pisa), The recollection of the detention in the literary testimonies of the Jews deported to Auschwitz.
  3. Luigi Puccini, Daniela Bernardini (“Marconi” ITI, Pontedera), Teaching the Shoah: from ‘Viaggi della Memoria’ to the classroom.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 17.15-18.45 | Room PAO E1

AIPH58- Public History, history education and teaching history in the globital age of memory
Moderator: Claudia Villani (University of Bari)

  1. Luigi Cajani (“La Sapienza” University of Rome), Teaching History, History Didactics and Public History.
  2. Claudia Villani (University of Bari), For a didactics of historical memory: public history and history teaching in comparison.
  3. Sergio Chiaffarata (Historia Ludens), Teaching the historical landscape through smart apps: google maps and google earth pro.
  4. Doriana Dettole (“Gramsci di Puglia” Foundation), Puglia 14-18’: historical research and the professionof remembrance.
  5. Gaetano Pellecchia (middle-school teacher), An ebook on the Risorgimento. Reflections on PH as an educational strategy in the teaching of history.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO C1

AIPH59- Public Historians ante litteram. The reading of the contemporary time between the late Middle Ages and the first modern age
Moderator: Marco Vito (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)

  1. Marco Vito (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), Lorenzo Valla between Public History and political History of the Fifteenth century.
  2. Maurizio Scozio (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), Guicciardini and the political role of the historian. A difficult combination.
  3. Nicolò Sidoti (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia) The History Plays of Shakespeare: an idea of Public History?
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO  D1

AIPH60- Public spaces and monuments
Moderator  Maurizio Ridolfi (Tuscia University)

  1. Paola Greci (ECHO Education Culture Human Oxygen), TT Talking Teens – the statues speak!
  2. Alessandra Lorini (University of Florence), The return of the Southern Confederation: the new white supremacy, the quarrel for the removal of monuments and the conflict about the memory of the American Civil War.
  3. Claudio Staiti (University of Messina), The “Columbus Circle” and the accounts with the past. History of a monument dividing New York.
  4. Giorgio Lucaroni (University of Padua), Fascism, architecture, public opinion. Genesis, evolution and crystallization of a debate.
  5. Massimo Tedeschi (Brescian Artists Association), “Vittoria” Square in Brescia: a case of controversial monumental heritage. The historical-critical contribution of a cultural association to the citizen debate.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO D2

AIPH61- Photography and Public History
Moderator: Luigi Tomassini (University of Bologna)

  1. Gianfranco Bandini (University of Florence), Paola Caselli (University of Florence), The relationships between children and adults in family photo albums: an experience of public history in order to train educators.
  2. Fabrizio Frignani (Emilio Sereni Archive), Comparative photography to read and decode the changing landscape.
  3. Vittorio Iervese (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), From image to imaginary. Historical photography as a repository of narratives.
  4. Davide Polo (“Ukkosen Teatteri” Association), Historical photography and urban regeneration.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO E1

AIPH62- Comics and Public History
Moderator: Mirko Tavosanis (University of Pisa)

  1. Costanza Calabretta (“La Sapienza” University of Roma), The ‘89 in the comics world.
  2. Anna Di Giusto (independent researcher), Mafia in comics. Education to legality through graphic novels.
  3. Marika Michelazzi (comics artist), Historical comics in Italy: from translations to self-productions.
  4. Silvia Orlandi (“La Sapienza” University of Roma), The image of ancient Rome in comics: the case of Murena.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO C1

AIPH63- Public use of history
Moderator: Francesco Mineccia (University of Salento)

  1. Vladislav Kokoulin (University of Novosibirsk), Changing in Russian festivities (1918-2018).
  2. Andrea Possieri (University of Perugia), A divided memory. The celebrations of Garibaldi and the Unification of Italy on the anniversaries of 2007 and 2011.
  3. Giovanni Savino (RANEPA, Mosca), The removed revolution: the centenary of 1917 and the public use of history in Russian society.
  4. Francesco Brunello Zanitti (University of Firenze and Siena), The public use of history in India: cinema and Hindu fundamentalism.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO B1

AIPH64- Theatre and Public History
Moderator: Francesco Catastini (University of Padua)

  1. Mariangela Barbarito (University of Pisa), Alessia Tortolini (University of Pisa), Reconstruction of the memory of Italian colonialism in contemporary theatre: “Acqua di Colonia” by Elvira Frosini and Daniele Timpano.
  2. Patrizia Miggiano (Author and theatrical trainer), Public History and theatre. Historical narrations onstage and offstage. Experiences and practices from Salento.
  3. Francesco Pirani (University of Macerata), Performing history in theatres through medieval sources: evaluation of an experience.
  4. Marcello Reggiani (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa), Ajax and the Red Brigades. A staging of the SNS Theater Group.
  5. Monica Macchi (Formacinema and Historia Magistra), Herstory: women stories beyond displays.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO E1

AIPH65- Public History and communities
Moderator: Gianluca Fulvetti (University of Pisa)

  1. Matteo Di Cristofaro (Swansea University), Silvia Tagliazucchi (Amigdala Association, Modena), Relationship between space and memory: “Villaggio Artigiano” in Modena Ovest.
  2. Francesca Ghersetti (Benetton Research Studies Foundation), Maccarese, a farm and a community: a business archive for Public History.
  3. Melania Sebastiani (independent researcher), A factory that becomes a neighborhood, a neighborhood that becomes a world, the world changes, the factory disappears, the new digital life: Aulla’s “Filanda”.
  4. Cecilia Bergaglio (University of Genoa), “Tracce liguri: Oltregiogo e Oltremare”, a Public History project.
  5. Stefano Ventura (MidA Foundation), Campania and Basilicata 1980: the difficult path of the memory of an earthquake.
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO D1

AIPH66- Museums and Public History
Moderator: Alessandro Tosi (Museum of Graphics /University of Pisa)

  1. Sara Bruni (University of Pisa), Marina Sabatini (University of Pisa), Making history in an art museum: experiences in the Fattori civic museum in Livorno.
  2. Ester Lo Biundo (University of Reading), Importing the English museum model. Community museums, new audiences and public use of history. The case of the Museum of London.
  3. Sheyla Moroni (University of Florence), Two museums for a story. The “Macedonian Struggle” seen from Skopje and Thessaloniki.
  4. Andelko Mihanovic (High Studies School IMT, Lucca), Who has the right to be a public historian? Teaching Roman history in living history museums in Croatia and Italy.
  5. Daniele Vergari (AFBIS, Florence), Paolo Coturri (113° Régiment de ligne), Cristina Cisterino (Museum of Historical Figurine, Calenzano), Ugo Barlozzetti (Modeling & History Group of Railway Afterwork, Pontassieve) The Museum of Historical Figurine in Calenzano: a resource for the region towards Public History.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO  E1

AIPH67- Reading the city
Moderator: Marcello Ravveduto (University of Salerno)

  1. Giuliana Cacciapuoti (Consultative Commission for Toponymy, Naples), Naples: civil memory and town toponymy.
  2. Lidia Piccioni (“La Sapienza” University of Rome), Roman routes for urban history: from “Radio Sapienza” to a virtual walk in the “San Lorenzo” district.
  3. Giorgio Sacchetti (University of Padua), Roads to the anarchists. Instructions for a subversive public memory. A collective experience in Tuscany (2007-2017).
  4. Silvia Mantini (University of Aquila), When History stops itself. Reporting memories after earthquakes.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO D1

AIPH68- History and Memory
Moderator: Elena Dundovich (University of Pisa)

  1. Rafael Zurita (University of Alicante), Pilar Hernando (University of Valencia), Memories from the Spanish War of Independence in Valencia.
  2. Matilde Eiroa (Carlos III University of Madrid), Digital society, history and collective memory of the Spanish Civil War and of Francoism.
  3. Simone Malavolti e Eric Gobetti, “SARAJEVO REWIND 2014>1914”, a Public History project.
  4. Constantin Eckner (University of St Andrews/St Leonard’s College), Disaster and defiance: The delicate commemoration of past migration to Germany and Italy.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO D1

AIPH69- History festivals
Moderator: Marcello Flores (Ferruccio Parri National Institute)

  1. Daphné Budasz, Romain Duplan, Iris Pupella-Nogues (“La Boite à Histoire” Association), The making of a transmedia history festival: a new outreach strategy?
  2. Matteo Giurco (University of Florence and Siena), A “glocal” way to public history: the experience of “èStoria”, an International History Festival.
  3. Maurizio Gusso (IRIS/“Milanosifastoria” network), Courses about films, songs and literary works about Milan, as part of the “Milanosifastoria” project.
  4. Tosi Brandi (University of Bologna), Medievalists and the history of costume and fashion. Some considerations from experiences of collaboration within historical re-enactments.
Wednesday 13 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO C1

AIPH70- Movies and Public History
Moderator: Vanessa Roghi (Rai Tre)

  1. Juana Schlenker (National University of Colombia, Bogotá), Autobiography, history and contemporary docufilm in Latin America.
  2. Cristina Lombardi-Diop (Loyola University Chicago), “Vizi privati, pubbliche virtù”. For a public history of femicide.
  3. Valeria Palumbo (Rcs journalist), How to make a video-photo reportage about history. And why it is more actual than ever.
  4. Elena Pirazzoli, Paolo Simoni (Home Movies – National Archive of Family Movies), Eyewitnesses: 8mm fragments from the German occupation in Italy in 1944. Recovery, historical interpretation and public use.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO E1

AIPH71- Archives and Public History
Moderator: Antonella Gioli (University Library System, University of Pisa)

  1. Federico Valacchi (University of Macerata), Beyond archiving. Elements to define a public archiving science.
  2. Concetta Damiani (University of Salerno), Giorgia Di Marcantonio (University of Macerata), Archives and Public History. What if one day an archive could speak: mediations and contaminations in “Il cartastorie”.
  3. Stefano Casati (Galileo Museum, Florence), Federica Viazzi (BEIC Foundation, Milan), The Acta Eruditorum as an example of the enhancement of a digital collection.
  4. Anna Maria Pecci (Passages Cultural Association), “COMMONS”: historical archives and engaged narratives. 
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 08.30-10.00 | Room PAO  B1

AIPH72- Public History and teaching History
Moderator: Aurora Savelli (Università di Firenze)

  1. Anna Laysa Di Lernia (University of Milan/Feltrinelli Foundation), Public History in classrooms. A catalogue of educational experiences.
  2. Laura Rossi (kindergarten teacher), “Travel in time”: a project to bring 5-years-old children closer to history.
  3. Manfredi Scanagatta (independent researcher), Public History. Research and creativity. Multimedia and educational installations.
  4. Paola Lavarini (University of Padua), Doing research: never so easy? The historian skills in the fight against fake news.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO C1

AIPH73- Digital Public History
Moderator: Pierluigi Feliciati (University of Macerata)

  1. Giovanni A. Cignoni (University of Pisa), Nicolò Pratelli (University of Pisa), “OggiSTI”: reporting IT history every day.
  2. Stefania Manni (storiadigitale.it), Digital History – Online Content for History: digital skills and historical studies in a private experience of digital public history.
  3. Andrea Zorzi, Piero Gualtieri (University of Florence), History of Florence. The Portal for the city history.
  4. Augusto Cherchi (Alicubi), Documenting a Nazi massacre on the web: www.mausoleofosseardeatine.it.
  5. Marzia Piccininno, Elisa Sciotti (ICCU), The 14-18 digital archive, between documents and private memories. Digital sources and recovery of individual stories.
Tuesday 12 June 2018 | h. 15.30-17.00 | Room PAO D1

AIPH74- Engaged narratives and interaction with the public
Moderator: Alberto Banti (University of Pisa)

  1. Federico Bottino (eMemory), Digital Media, Internet and the collaborative writing of History.
  2. Carmine Ruocco (University of Milan), Videogaming in Italy. About the construction of a shared historical memory through videogames. 
  3. Marta Bassanetti (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), Study for a new communication method with in-depth semantic research in order to better convey historiographic research.
  4. Aldo Giuseppe Scarselli (University of Florence), On tiptoes on thin ice: Public History and videogames disputes.
Thursday 14 June 2018 | h. 12.00-13.30 | Room PAO B1

AIPH75- Hidden or controversial stories: museums and libraries paths between the 19th and 21st centuries
Moderator: Christine Dupont (House of European History, Bruxelles)

  1. Flavio Carbone (Carabinieri Force Historical Office), History in the Historical Museum of the Carabinieri Force: the “La Musica e l’Arma” project.
  2. Maria Antonella Fusco (Central Institute for Graphic Design, MiBACT), The formation of the people of Naples in museography, from Masaniello to Matilde Serao.
  3. Gisèle Levy (librarian and archivist), The beginning of the UCEI Bibliographic Center.
  4. Luciano Zani (“La Sapienza” University of Rome), The exhibitions of the history of the “Internati”.
  5. Anna Scattigno (University of Florence), Places, memory, local history. A contribution to the discussion by the David Lazzaretti Study Center (Tuscany, Monte Amiata).
Friday 15 June 2018 | h. 10.15-11.45 | Room PAO C1

AIPH76- The permeable border between history and literature: sources, subsidiary function, general and methodological problems
Moderator: Alfonso Botti (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)

  1. Alfonso Botti (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), History and literature: problematic aspects and questions of method.
  2. Irina Bajini (University of Milan), History adapting to its audience: the transition from historical novel to telenovela in the Latin American case.
  3. Anna Marta Marini (Master in Public History, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), Literature as a complementary narrative to historiographic interpretation: the identity and geo-historical construction in the Mexican Norte.
  4. Luigi Vergallo (University of Milan), The representations of Italian crime between noir literature and historiography.

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Walter Tucci (2018, 19 Aprile). 2nd AIPH Annual Conference, Pisa – 11-15 June 2018 [DRAFT PROGRAM]. AIPH - Associazione Italiana di Public History. Recuperato il 18 Giugno 2024, da https://doi.org/10.58079/awlj

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