Convegno
AIPH - Associazione Italiana di Public History
3rd AIPH National Conference
Invito alla Storia
martedì 25 giugno 2019, ore 11:00
Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli
viale Ellittico, 31 (Complesso Ex Poste)
81100 Caserta
TUESDAY 25th of JUNE

Room 3, first floor
11:00 Panel AIPH11
Speakers:
Giulio BREVETTI, Expo Risorgimento: the 150th anniversary
Nadia BARRELLA, The Museum rule
Anna VILLARI and Luca MILAN, The 150th anniversary experience

Room C, first floor
11:00 Panel AIPH12
Speakers:
Maurizio RIDOLFI, Travelling identities
Diego DAVIDE, From Gargano to Galilea: a round trip
Francesco FRAU, Su Mercùriu de Pasada. The rediscovery of Giovanni Giuseppe Coco: practices of public history
Maurizio RIDOLFI, A transnational story. A community during the “Great Migration”. Meldola-Lichfield, Romagna-Connecticut, Italy-United States
Dominique SANTANA, Exploring steel-framed migration paths: An interactive experience

Room 4, first floor
11:00 Panel AIPH13
Speakers:
Gianluca FRUCI, Annastella CARRINO, Brigands without history II. Imagery and knowledges in neobourb’s challenge
Maria Teresa MILICIA, Brigands imagery into Two Sicilies’ Future
Silvia SONETTI, The Pontelandolfo affair. The business and history of a small town near Benevento (1973-2019)
Annastella CARRINO, Brigands at school
Anna Flavia OSTUNI and Valentina SANTORO, Neoborbonism, brigands and “teaching public history”

Room D, first floor
11:00 Panel AIPH14
Speakers:
Chiara DE VECCHIS, Paths throughhistorical sources: the role of libraries facing oral and digital sources, between collecting and reusing
Patrick URRU, Collecting oral history in the Province of Bolzano
Monica VIERO, Gabriele PAGLIA, “On the shoulders of Giant”: information literacy workshops through webpages and books in the hisotical collections of Museo Correr Library in Venice
Luigi CATALANI, Digital reuse of local history collections and conscious use of collaborative platforms of free knowledge: the experience of Provincial Library of Potenza

Room “Appia”, first floor
11:00 Panel AIPH15
Speakers:
Tessa CANELLA, Tolerance and intolerance in Roman world: past and present compared
Tessa CANELLA, Tolerance and intolerance in Late Antiquity
Gianluca DE SANCTIS, Ut arbores quae in confinio natae in utroque agro serpunt. Roman Pantheon and tolerance absence
Giorgio FERRI, Tolerance and inclusion in Roman evocatio
Alessandro PAGLIARA, Empire of Tolerance?Voltaire and Gibbon on Ancient Rome

Room 3, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH16
Speakers:
Nicoletta MARINI D’ARMENIA, Expo Risorgimento.Murat
Ornella SCOGNAMIGLIO, Communicating through art. Murat and the construction of an image
Lamberto LAMBERTINI, “Fuoco su di me”: history, biography, autobiography
Bruno FRANGIPANI, MurApp and surroundings: cultural heritage and cultural digital
Massimo VISONE, Talking gardens

Room C, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH17
Speakers:
Annantonia MARTORANO, Public history & “MAB”: libraries, archives, and museums communicating history in a digital perspective
Chiara DE VECCHIS, MAB Coordination between national and local perspectives: Cultural Heritage integration and valorization
Antonio CURCIO, Public history in author’s library: the case of the Gullo Library between archive, library and museum
Anna CASCONE, Lasallian Library: a global Public History Project

Room “Appia”, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH18
Speakers:
Marcello LUPI, Ancient History today
Patrizia ARENA and Gianluca CASAGRANDE, Trebula Mutuesca: a place through the ages
Azzurra MARCUCCI, Horti and Roman Garden: Silvo-Floreal suggestions for a Green Public History
Umberto LIVADIOTTI, Recalls of Antiquity in the philatelic production

Room D, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH19
Speakers:
Silvia Maria MANTINI, Handwritten, virtual, three-dimensional Histories: practices and narrative forms for the modern city
Fabio FRANCHI, 5G applications for Cultural Heritage: a Case Study for the City of L’Aquila
Stefano BOERO, Browse and listen to a resconstructed historic building: traces re-emerged in Public History practices
Alfonso FORGIONE in collaboration with Fabio LORENZETTI, Networking portals: an Interactive Urban Information System for a Census of Portals in L’Aquila (14th – 18th centuries)

Room 4, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH20
Speakers:
Laura CARNEVALE, Walking Saints / Wlaking with Saints
Gianni BERGAMASCHI, Historical Foundations for the Construction of an Itinerary: the Case of Santa Giulia’s path
Umberto LONGO, Ancient Paths, Sacred Places and Digital Technologies. The Case of Sabina and Reatino
Ada CAMPIONE, Laura CARNEVALE, Angela LAGHEZZA, The “Michaelic Path” at Gargano (Apulia): its Origins, its History, its Development

Room 2, first floor
14:00 Round table 2 – Public History and Ancient Past
Chair:
Gianluca CUNIBERTI
Andrea GIARDINA
Speakers:
Gianluca CUNIBERTI
Flavia FRISONE
Silvia ORLANDI
Cinzia DAL MASO
Carlo RESCIGNO
Laura PETACCO
Marco VALENTI

Meeting Room, first floor
12:00 - 14:00 “Gender & Public History” AIPH Committee Establishment

Room 3, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH21
Speakers:
Philip V. SCARPINO, Comparative Experiences and Perspectives on Teaching Public History in Different Countries and Continents
Thomas CAUVIN, Teaching public history to undergraduate students
Thorsten LOGGE, History Type Competences: A Qualification Goal for Public History Programs?
Philip V. SCARPINO, Integration of theory and practice in the teaching of public history
Enrica SALVATORI, Public History in Italian University: how to fill the gap between experimentation and tradition
Joanna WOJDON, Challenges, goals, and publicly engaged teaching associated with the public history program at the University of Wrocław

Room “Appia”, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH22
Speakers:
Carmela D’ARIO, Ada and her brothers:a teaching experience
Maria PALUMBO, Building History
Carmela D’ARIO, “Smell of History”:making history through source
Elena CAMPANA, Crossing History by Writing

Room 4, first floor
14:30 - 16:00Panel AIPH23
Speakers:
Francesca CANALE CAMA, Change basic knowledge. The renewal of school and university manuals from theory to practice
Luigi MASCILLI MIGLIORINI, What kind of didactics for global history?
Alessandro LATERZA, Historical divulgation and visions of the world
Amedeo FENIELLO, A Medieval Globalization

Room C, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH24
Speakers:
Paolo BERTELLA FARNETTI, Striped History
Ferruccio DIOZZI, Historical events and social evolution in science fiction comics
Marika MICHELAZZI, Storiebrute
Giovanni PIETRANGELI, Ivan GIORDANO, Manolo LUPPICHINI, Demopatia. A digital narrative of democracy history and its crisis

Room D, first floor
14:30 - 16:00Panel AIPH25
Speakers:
Carlo RESCIGNO, Virtual environment and digital reconstruction
Francesco GABELLONE, Maria CHIFFI, Massimiliano PASSARELLI, Experimenting 5G in Rome: a reconstruction proposal of Terme di Diocleziano
Daniela PATTI and Pinella MARCHESE, Rock settlement in the territory of Enna between research and exploitation
Paola D’ANTONIO, F. TOSCANO, Francesca Vera ROMANO, Carmen D’ANTONIO, Satellite technologies and 5G application in cultural landscapes knowledge and management: the case of Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019

Room 2, ground floor
16:00 - 17:15 AIPH2019, Conference Opening
Official Greetings:
Giuseppe PAOLISSO
Giulio SODANO
Serge NOIRET
Andrea GIARDINA
Maria Luisa CHIRICO
Pasquale FEMIA
Rosa MAIELLO
Stefano GASPARRI
Luigi MASCILLI MIGLIORINI
Fulvio CAMMARANO

Room 2, ground floor
17:15 - 18:15 Keynote AIPH2019
Mauro AGNOLETTI, Historical rural landscapes: environment, heritage, local communities

Archaeological Museum of Ancient Capua and Mitreo
19:00 Exhibit: Mitra a Capua Vetere, tra Oriente e Occidente
Director:
Ida GENNARELLI