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AIPH - Associazione Italiana di Public History
3rd AIPH National Conference
Invito alla Storia
giovedì 27 giugno 2019, ore 9:30
Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli
viale Ellittico, 31 (Complesso Ex Poste)
81100 Caserta

Room 1, ground floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH36
Walter TUCCI, Qui abito. School and Public History. A project for the renovation of the suburbs of Turin
Gianpaolo FISSORE, Andrea FAVA, The public history project “Qui abito”. Families and communities histories of Le Vallette, a suburbs of Turin
Giorgio SACCHI, Roberto ORLANDINI, The Ecomuseum and the school: two resources for the community of the territory
Maria Luisa BARELLI, Paola GREGORY, Comunità in movimento. Immaginare forme condivise di sviluppo nelle aree periferiche delle città
Grazia AMENDOLA, Protagonists of a public history project: working in the Room, the experience of the students, critical issues, results

Room 7, first floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH37
Fiammetta SABBA, The experience of travel as a Transmission pf Social Cultural History
Annantonia MARTORANO, Narrating the territory through a rediscovered Travel
Fiammetta SABBA, Journey experience and libraries: an history of cultural and social lifelong learning
Valentina SONZINI, An archaeologist on tour. Graziella Conti: Genova-Baalbek round trip
Elisabetta ZONCA, Educational travel through the Lens of architecture Photography. The case of André Corboz

Room 4, ground floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH38
Vittorio IERVESE, History on screens
Leonardo CAMPUS, Terms with History. Racial laws in RAI Archives
Pietro CAVALLO, Cinema as a “school”. Media and history teaching
Michele LACRIOLA, Public History and Youtube: state-of-the-art?

Room 8, first floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH39
Annalisa CEGNA, School History textbooks and Public History
Flavio FEBBRARO, Textbooks, Public History and new practices
Maila PENTUCCI, History’s narration and transposition into school
Gianluca GABRIELLI, Primary school, history teaching and “calendario civile”

Room 3, ground floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH40
Igor PIZZIRUSSO, Playing history in town: dissemination, learning and re-appropriation of the territory
Gabriele SORRENTINO, Playing with history, advantages and risks
Giorgio UBERTI, From the urban space to the historical urban game
Silvia LOTTI, Echi resistenti. Urban game about the liberation of Modena
Igor PIZZIRUSSO, Playing an historical biography: the Milano45 case

Room 4, ground floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH41
Rafael ZURITA, Public History in Spain: the Era of Napoleon in Valencia
Rafael ZURITA, Digital history and war heritage promotion
Pilar HERNANDO, Royal visits and commemorative sites: José I and Fernando VII
Juan Ramón MORENO-VERA, History education to understand war dramas
Ester ALBA and Miquel REQUENA, The historical re-enactment of the Napoleonic era in the Comunitat Valenciana

Room 45, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH42
Mirco CARRATTIERI, Territorial Enhancement and World War II Memory
Massimo CARCIONE, Alps Memory Experience
Mirco CARRATTIERI, Territorial Enhancement Project oh World War II in Emilia region
Carlo PUDDU, Liberation Route Italy Liberation Route in Italy
Cristina CANNONE, Memory paths and other projects along Gustav Line

Room 7, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH43
Nadia BARRELLA, Monuments
Vladislav KOKOULIN, War through Monuments and War for Monuments in Post-Soviet Russia (1991–2019)
Alessandra LORINI, Marble and Bronze heroes in the Heart of American Democracy: the National Statuary Hall Collection at the US Capitol
Luca PALERMO, Making memory: the counter monuments to the Jews

Room 3, ground floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH44
Igor PIZZIRUSSO, Digital is public? Dynamics and opportunities of virtual space through databases analysis
Eugenia CORBINO, Sources:clandestine press databases
Igor PIZZIRUSSO, The biographies: Spanish war’s antifascist and “Last letters”
Giorgio UBERTI,Historical research, memory and territory: the Atlas of massacres
Marcella BURDERI, a website for memory

Room 8, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH45
Giancarlo POIDOMANI, History in tv series: imagery and historians
Giancarlo POIDOMANI, Timeless: historical imagery and the role of the historian in contemporary America
Marcello RAVVEDUTO, Falling Skies: the historian, the people, the nation
Eleonora MORONTI and Matteo DI LEGGE, “By order of the Public History”: micro-histories and macro-histories on Tv
Cecilia DAU NOVELLI, Entrepreneurs and small screen a history of success

Room 1, ground floor
12:00 - 14:00 Round Table 4 – Cooperative entrepreneurship and public history: reflections on mid-term projects
Maurizio BRIONI, The “Grant Gochin vs Centre for the Study of Genocide” Trial: Who Owns the Truth on the Holocaust in Lithuania?
Tito MENZANI, Cooperation in Emilia-Romagna: a possible path
Mattia GRANATA, Crowdsourcing for cooperative entrepreneurship: defining objective

Room 3, ground floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH46
Serge NOIRET, History Public use and misuse
Antonio CHIAESE, The “Grant Gochin vs Centre for the Study of Genocide” Trial: Who Owns the Truth on the Holocaust in Lithuania?
Charlotte Bühl-Gramer, Difficult Legacy? New challenges for the promotion of negative historical heritage – the example of the former nazi-parti rallye grounds in Nuremberg
Ida Gilda MASTROROSA, Public History & ‘identité nationale’: Vercingétorix conquers the web
Alessia TORTOLINI, Identity through Tradition: the Misuse of History in post-revolutionary Iran

Room 8, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH47
Giuliana IURLANO, “Foreigners and without a homeland”: voices from the Istrian, Fiuman and Dalmatian Communities in Puglia
Ester CAPUZZO, The reception of the Julian-Dalmatian exiles
Francesca SALVATORE, From bad reception to integration: the case of the city of Taranto
Giovanna BINO, Cultural heritage ad a story of everyone: the reconstruction of the Julian-Dalmatian exodus in Brindisi and Lecce
Giuliana IURLANO and Patrizia MIHALJEVIC, From upper to lower Adriatic: invisible refugess in the province of Lecce

Room 7, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH48
Paolo BERTELLA FARNETTI, Teaching History
Clara SILVA, Oral tradition narratives ad a tool for strengthening identity in new generations of Cape Verdean immigrants
Laura ROSSI, “Le Forme del Tempo”. Teaching history in primary school
Marco VITO, Family in the Archive, a project of Public History
Pamela GIORGI e Irene ZOPPI, Digital Indire Collection for teaching history

Room 4, ground floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH49
Gabriele ARCHETTI, The Lombards in Italy and the Lombard Research Centre
Claudio AZZARA, The Lombards across the international conferences of the Lombard Research Centre
Gabriele ARCHETTI, The Lombards in Italy and the work of Lombard Research Centre
Marcello ROTILI, A serial UNESCO heritage site and the Lombard Reasearch Centre
Francesca STROPPA, The Piamarta Museum in the spaces of the Santa Giulia monastery

Room 1, ground floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH50
Giulio SODANO, Community Histories
Angelo LONGO, The voice of things: the tale of the past through ethnographic objects
Davide POLO and Andrea PICCO, Progetto QuartIeri, oggi, domani
Elina GUGLIUZZO and Giuseppe RESTIFO, 1719: an anniversary ‘in the making’ at Francavilla di Sicilia
Francesco D’ANGELO, Public historian Potential. Reflection on case study: Middle Age Festival on Twitter

Reggia di Caserta
16:30 - 18:30 Visit to Reggia di Caserta