• A comparative study in urban history, Victorian Cities examines the 19th-century history of four developing cities in England in a period of rapid growth, with chapters on London and Melbourne and references to Los Angeles and Chicago as well. (anobii.com)
  • Making Slavery History examines the relationships between memory and social change, between histories of slavery and dreams of freedom, and between the stories we tell ourselves about who we have been and the possibilities we perceive for who we might become. (ibs.it)
  • Although it is often claimed that slavery in New England is a history long concealed, Making Slavery History finds it hidden in plain sight. (ibs.it)
  • Already a few centuries earlier, hydraulic automata had often been installed in the gardens of palaces to amuse the visitors. (bizzarrobazar.com)
  • Making Slavery History focuses on how commemorative practices and historical arguments about the American Revolution set the course for antislavery politics in the nineteenth century. (ibs.it)
  • In the eighteenth and nineteenth century, automata (from the Greek, "self moving" or "acting of itself") had become a real craze in Europe, above all in aristocratic circles. (bizzarrobazar.com)
  • On a similar vein, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, a little model of Napoleon was displayed in the United Kingdom: the puppet breathed, and it was covered in a material which imitated the texture of skin. (bizzarrobazar.com)
  • Transcending the particular contexts of Massachusetts and the early American republic, this book is centrally concerned with the relationship between two ways of making history, through social and political transformation on the one hand and through commemoration, narration, and representation on the other. (ibs.it)
  • Among the objects that, at least in my experience, evoke the strongest emotional response there are without doubt mourning-related accessories, and in particular those extraordinary XIX Century decorative works made by braiding a deceased person's hair. (bizzarrobazar.com)
  • From memories of Phillis Wheatley and Crispus Attucks to representations of black men at the Battle of Bunker Hill, evidence of the local history of slavery cropped up repeatedly in early national Massachusetts. (ibs.it)
  • I've always had a deep love for history and finding beauty in places that many consider to be dark or macabre. (bizzarrobazar.com)
  • Was it always related to grieving? (bizzarrobazar.com)
  • Hairwork has taken on a variety of purposes, most of which have been inherently sentimental, but it has not always been related to grieving. (bizzarrobazar.com)
  • In the fifteenth century, always according to Riskin, Boxley Abbey in Kent displayed a mechanical Jesus which could be moved by pulling some strings. (bizzarrobazar.com)
  • Good knowledge of 18th and 19th century of European and American history is highly recommended. (unibg.it)
  • The aim is to provide students with extensive knowledge of Italian emigration history in the 18th and 19th centuries, both from a historical perspetive and from migrants' experiences presented in emigrants personal correspondence, diaries and memories. (unibg.it)
  • The history of Italian emigration in the 18th and 19th centuries will be the course's main topic. (unibg.it)
  • Tessuto Nervoso History of the advances in European midwifery from the 18th century to the foundation of modern day obstetrics and midwifery by the late 19th century. (uniss.it)
  • 2012] Smelting and technical knowledge in Northern Italy between the 18th and 19th centuries . (uninsubria.it)
  • Formats range from cylinders made in the late 19th century to the latest digital media. (aisoitalia.org)
  • Until about the second half of the 19th century the role of music in ballet was secondary, with the main emphasis on dance, while music was simply a compilation of danceable tunes. (wn.com)
  • The purpose of the course is to present the evolution and the main literary phenomena of the Russian literature of the first half of the 19th century, the so-called "golden age" of Russian literature. (unich.it)
  • Russian literature of the first half of the 19th century. (unich.it)
  • The course will also focus on a key aspect of French literary modernity: the birth of the narrative realism in the first half of the 19th century - period during which the French novel establishes itself in Europe as a model and the most receptive literary form of historical and social modernity. (unich.it)
  • Momentous historical events like wars or the birth and death of important persons are stored in our col-lective memory and marked by regular commemoration days (one such event be-ing the Leipzig Battle of Nations of Oc-tober 1813 - its half a million soldiers, 110,000 of them killed in action, making it the greatest battle of the 19th century). (cinetecadibologna.it)
  • The biographical vicissitudes of Carlo Caproli, organist, violinist and composer, known as 'del Violino' in reference to his bravura as a violinist, show pronounced parallelisms with those of the generation of musicians living or orbiting at Rome during the first half of the XVII century. (sidm.it)
  • Founded in 1925, the collection housed in the Gallery on Via Crispi documents the Roman artistic environment in the period between the second half of the nineteenth century and the Second World War: masterpieces of sculpture, painting and graphics created by the great artists of the period: an evidence the best expressions of Roman art and history. (museiincomuneroma.it)
  • Sculptures, paintings, drawings and prints: masterpieces of created by great artists between the second half of the 19th century and the middle of the 20th testify to the best of that era in Rome and recount the city's history, not only its art. (museiincomuneroma.it)
  • Since 2000 "The Historian's Craft" annually publishes about 400 reviews on current publications on modern and contemporary history (main focus on Italy and books translated into Italian). (recensio.net)
  • The Italian History Index provides Internet resources on the History of Italy, whether from Italy and abroad, in both Italian and other languages. (iue.it)
  • The history of the Giazza forest in the Illasi valley (province of Verona, Northern Italy) is worth remembering. (sisef.it)
  • 2011] History of uranium and nuclear policy in Italy (1946-1965) . (uninsubria.it)
  • 2009] On the Earth's revolutions: floods and extinct volcanoes in Northern Italy at the end of the eighteenth century . (uninsubria.it)
  • www.flickr.com/photos/alexshot/3068672295/ The Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano (Milan Natural History Museum) is a museum in Milan, Italy.It was founded in 1838 when naturalist Giuseppe de Cristoforis donated his collections to the city. (zubinifiori.com)
  • In the course of the 19th century this institution became the central military archives of the Habsburg Monarchy and a center for military historical research. (iue.it)
  • The course aims at the implementation of the methodological abilities aimed at the structural comprehension of the French literary history already acquired through the course French Literature I, and also to draw a background of the cultural patrimony of French Civilization. (unich.it)
  • The course aims at highlighting, also through the analysis of three crucial and classic works of the period such as Le Rouge et le Noir, Le Père Goriot e Madame Bovary, the existing relationships among history, literary coding and construction of modern imaginary. (unich.it)
  • The city's most popular symbol of the late 19th and early 20th centuries was 'Father Knickerbocker,' complete with cotton wig, three-cornered hat, buckled shoes, and, of course, knickered pants. (cisonostato.it)
  • Making Slavery History focuses on how commemorative practices and historical arguments about the American Revolution set the course for antislavery politics in the nineteenth century. (ibs.it)
  • The course intends to examine the history of Applied Arts from the end of the 19th century till the 1930s. (firenze.it)
  • The explanation, however, is simple, and it is to be found in the history of the musical life of our country, of Milan, and of the Società del Quartetto. (quartettomilano.it)
  • It all began with a reaction, halfway through the 19th century, against opera's predominance over Italy's entire musical world - a predominance that restricted the space for instrumental music nearly to the point of disappearance. (quartettomilano.it)
  • The journal covers all areas of Italian and world history (19th-20th century). (recensio.net)
  • The World Wars and the Interwar Period, 1914 1945 in The Encyclopedia of World History :Ancient, Medieval, and Modern (Sixth Edition) . (iue.it)
  • Additionally it holds the archives of the Imperial (&) Royal Navy and famous collections of maps, plans and photographs. (iue.it)
  • Psychopathology and demonology: The "diagnosis" of possession during the 20th century. (francoangeli.it)
  • In the first decade of the 20th century, a new forest was literally "created" by far-sighted foresters who, under difficult environmental conditions, did essential engineering for soil protection and site preparation for reforestation. (sisef.it)
  • The production of Spumante developed from the beginning of the 20th century thanks to the historical producers of the time, who flanked their exports of vermouth with the Piedmontese Metodo Classico and have continued to produce it ever since. (slowfood.it)
  • it is interwoven, rather, with all of the circumstances that made the 20th century so varied and changeable and that are now carrying the Society into the new millennium, as artistically lively and institutionally independent as ever. (quartettomilano.it)
  • Pierre Kjellberg, Bronzes of the 19th Century, 1994. (wikipedia.org)
  • These pages contain information on the people, places, and events that comprised one of the worst calamities of modern history. (iue.it)
  • We forget that the quality and vision of their work is the reason, a century later, hundreds of people each weekend can walk through a thriving forest. (sisef.it)
  • When it came to securing the citizenship of free people of color within the Commonwealth, though, black and white abolitionists diverged in terms of how they idealized black historical agency. (ibs.it)
  • Uninhabitated until the 19th century, people settled there once more in 1843. (sicilyrentboat.com)
  • it boasted a perfect balance within Milan's intellectual community: music teachers, noblemen and professional people were coordinated by Giulio Ricordi, Tito's young son, who was an excellent publicist and a future head of the publishing house. (quartettomilano.it)
  • Thus, the 19th century classical period in ballet coincided with the 19th century Romantic era in Music. (wn.com)
  • A comparative study in urban history, Victorian Cities examines the 19th-century history of four developing cities in England in a period of rapid growth, with chapters on London and Melbourne and references to Los Angeles and Chicago as well. (anobii.com)
  • We all know that we are facing a period of great concern, the street is uphill and it is very steep but to keep on thinking about it is not the right therapy to recover. (issuu.com)
  • The rooms are characterised by beautiful period furnishings and original frescoes by 19th century artists, including the painter Annibale Gatti. (initalia.it)
  • This keto diet works for him and his current lifestyle If you are not on a super high energy keto diet then this is not likely to be good for you -- it would likely do massive damage to most humans over a short period of time (5 yrs). (daftartangkasnet.online)
  • Ballet music composers from the 17th-19th centuries, including the likes of Jean-Baptiste Lully and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky , were predominantly in France and Russia. (wn.com)
  • This way, academic knowledge can actually be brought into contact with educational contexts, much more so than it has been done so far, in order to respond, together with other disciplines, to the emerging social needs. (fupress.com)
  • Each issue contains between 150 and 170 short reviews of recently published books on Italian modern and contemporary history, and on any area of modern and contemporary history as long as they are translated into Italian. (recensio.net)
  • Although it is often claimed that slavery in New England is a history long concealed, Making Slavery History finds it hidden in plain sight. (ibs.it)
  • Imprisonment for debt has a long history. (sopsi.it)
  • In Education Matters: Global Gains from the 19th to the 21st Century, renowned economists Robert Barro and Jong-Wha Lee present a revolutionary new data set on education in 146 countries since 1870 and projected through 2040. (ibs.it)
  • 21st-century Dinosaurs [2000-2007]. (blogspot.com)
  • diplomacy - Romania - 19th c. (nec.ro)
  • Il Mestiere di Storico [The Historian's Craft] is the biannual journal of the Italian Society for the Study of Modern and Contemporary History ( www.sissco.it ). (recensio.net)
  • Ferber S., Wilde S. (a cura di) (2011), The Body Divided: Human Beings and Human "Material" in Modern Medical History, Farnham, Ashgate. (francoangeli.it)
  • Thus a superlative heritage of modern art, one of the finest in Rome today, has come down to us after nearly a century. (museiincomuneroma.it)
  • Capogrossi, Afro, Alberto Savinio, Carlo Carrà, Mario Sironi, and by sculptors Arturo Martini, Marino Marini and Giacomo Manzù.Years after the Gallery was closed for renovation, in 2003, it is reopening with a new installation that meets modern museum standards. (museiincomuneroma.it)
  • Until his retirement in 1829, Rossini had been the most popular opera composer in history. (wn.com)
  • Allo stesso tempo mirano a proporre un auspicabile sviluppo della storia dell'educazione attraverso l'adozione di un approccio di Public History. (fupress.com)
  • Her interventions and writings of the 1980s and 1990s stem from a questioning of history based on some crucial conceptual dualities - universal/particular, equality/difference, history/memory -, which are intended not as opposing couples, but as ambivalences in which each term defines and enriches the other. (viella.it)
  • World War I Document Archive and his mirror site for European Users .This archive of primary documents from World War I has been assembled by volunteers of the World War I Military History List (WWI-L). The archive is international in focus and intends to present in one location primary documents concerning the Great War. (iue.it)
  • He is the author of several publications on pedagogical and educational issues during the 19th and 20th centuries in a historical and social perspective, with particular focus on methodological and historiographic reflections and on digital documentation. (fupress.com)
  • Callendar House is set within the breath-taking Callendar Park covering over 170 acres with history dating back to the construction of the Antonine Wall in 142AD. (visitscotland.com)
  • Way back at the beginning of the 19th century, the counts of Sambuy, influenced by their geographic and cultural proximity to France and its wines, began cultivating a few French grape varieties - primarily Pinot Noir and Chardonnay - in Piedmont, with a view to making sparkling wines similar to Champagne. (slowfood.it)
  • Ballet as a music form progressed from simply a complement to dance, to a concrete compositional form that often had as much value as the dance that went along with it. (wn.com)
  • Its collections come from all over the world and cover the entire range of recorded sound from music, drama and literature, to oral history and wildlife sounds. (aisoitalia.org)
  • Warsaw's mix of baroque palaces, communist blocks and new glass skyscrapers can seem a little alienating at first, but stick with it and you'll discover an often beautiful city whose recovery since almost total destruction in World War Two is one of Europe's great success stories. (britishairways.com)
  • Through history, the Dutch settler 'Knickerbocker' character became synonymous with New York City. (cisonostato.it)
  • During the nineteenth century, in a society that saw the woman solely as wife and mother, various leading women were able to carve out a new role for their sex: that of educators of the younger generations. (storicamente.org)
  • His research has focused on the political and social history of educational institutions, and on the history of scholarly publishing. (fupress.com)
  • It is a complete catalog of everything out here. (iue.it)
  • Amongst such documents, in the case of Lyon, the land register dating from the beginning of the 19 th century is the first to show a complete picture of land sub-divisions and the built-up area. (tamoxifen.fun)
  • It has, however, been possible through the discovery and study of archive sources to throw light on certain aspects up to now uncertain such as, for instance: the dates of his birth and death, his didactic activity and activity as instrumentalist at various Roman churches and institutions, which can be gathered from the relative Liste di Musici straordinari . (sidm.it)
  • The collection preserved in the Gallery on Via Crispi, in the eighteenth-century convent of the Discalced Carmelite nuns, has pursued a very specific purpose since its birth in 1925: to document the Roman artistic milieu. (museiincomuneroma.it)
  • The BLSA's oral history collections cover a wide range of subject areas such as British colonialism, religion, the history of medicine, industry, politics, the arts, women's history and Jewish history. (aisoitalia.org)
  • The BLSA's oral history collections cover an extensive range of subject areas and have been organised into the broad categories listed below in order to give an outline of the material held. (aisoitalia.org)
  • Through wars, rebellions and the industrial revolution, Callendar House has played host to many great historical figures over the centuries, including Mary, Queen of Scots, Cromwell and Bonnie Prince Charlie. (visitscotland.com)
  • In addition, unique and important art-historical citation resources such as kubikat are now integrated within the ADGC, with others to follow, including the legacy files of the Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA). (hypotheses.org)
  • From cover to content, and including the codification process in its capacity as a material object, the school exercise book can tell us a great deal about the history of school and education, about teaching methods and language, and about the educational projects and policies that the various nation states sought to implement in the 19th and 20th centuries. (polistampa.com)
  • We collect audio and videotaped interviews and welcome offers of suitable oral history material that offer insights in British national identity and culture. (aisoitalia.org)
  • Explore the rich history of Newcastle and the surrounding Hunter Valley by visiting a 19th-century fort, a former prison and a frontier river town that is still thriving. (ncl.com)
  • The House's permanent displays are The Story of Callendar House, a history covering the 11th to the 19th centuries, The Antonine Wall, Rome's Northern Frontier, and Falkirk: Crucible of Revolution 1750-1850, tells how the local area was transformed during the first century of the industrial era. (visitscotland.com)
  • The dance form, originating in France during the 17th century, began as a theatrical dance. (wn.com)
  • This book offers an account of a set of crucial episodes in the debate that developed during the 19th and 20th centuries, concerning the classics and how they have been mediated. (mulino.it)
  • We give power to words or terms - which is why it was news in itself when the media chose to label what was happening in Iraq a "civil war. (kataweb.it)
  • This role, described as "societally maternal", presaged both the first emancipation movements and practical feminism and can, however, be seen as an primary form of social welfare typical of the twentieth century. (storicamente.org)
  • Within that framework, the history of education and literacy goes hand in hand with the history of educational ideas and of concrete educational practice, offering hitherto unexplored scenarios for research. (polistampa.com)
  • The Public History of Education , intended this way, can create new profitable relationships between formal and informal education, between the past and present of educators and teachers, between the world of research, cultural institutes (above all, museums) and society. (fupress.com)
  • History of Research in Mineral Resources , edited by J. E. Ortiz, O. Puche, I. Rábano, L. F. Mazadiego, CUADERNOS DEL MUSEO GEOMINERO, Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, 13: 331-336. (uninsubria.it)
  • At the same time, the authors aim at suggesting a desirable development of the history of education by adopting a Public History approach. (fupress.com)
  • EUI Library and History & Civilisation Department Web Sites. (iue.it)
  • For a break from high culture, the raw, edgy Praga district across the river Vistula has hip bars and clubs in old warehouses along 19th century ulica Ząbkowska. (britishairways.com)
  • Not only were conditions ripe for Donizetti's success as a composer, but there was also a European interest in the history and culture of Scotland. (jessicapratt.com)
  • The essay analyses the route that led the young Anna Rossi-Doria (originally a historian of the Southern Italian peasant world) to become interested in women's history (conceived as feminist history) in the 19th and 20th centuries. (viella.it)
  • This is an immensely good thing, but really why I mention Zweig comes at the end of the review, when the critic says that the book "is a fascinating depiction of the effects of history on individual lives " - in other words, what is happening to most of us today . (kataweb.it)
  • Carissima dottoressa Cerino, Non esiste un form specifico per l'abstract, ma delle indicazioni da seguire nel form http://www.sopsi.it/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Form-Poster-Sopsi-2018.docx , che deve essere compilato necessariamente in tutte le sue parti e inviato entro il 10 dicembre 2017 al seguente indirizzo email [email protected] . (sopsi.it)
  • But it was in the 1930s that the collection expanded considerably though acquisitions of works from art shows held in Rome. (museiincomuneroma.it)
  • La Public History of Education , così intesa, può creare nuove proficue relazioni tra l'educazione formale e quella informale, tra il passato e il presente di educatori e insegnanti, tra il mondo della ricerca, gli istituti culturali (primo tra tutti il museo) e la società. (fupress.com)
  • The education level of a population affects how a country supports itself and others and the degree to which it can participate in the global field. (ibs.it)