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AIPH - Associazione Italiana di Public History
3rd AIPH National Conference
Invito alla Storia
venerdì 28 giugno 2019
Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli
viale Ellittico, 31 (Complesso Ex Poste)
81100 Caserta

Room 3, first floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH51
Stefania MANNI, Repositories:Informers of Digital History – Italian experiences
Paola FOSCARO e Federica VIGNATI, Bibliostoria
Elena FRANCHINI, Filosofia & Storia
Stefania MANNI, Digital History: History content online
Serge NOIRET, The EHPS repository of Open Access primary sources for the History of Europe

Room 4, first floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH52
Aldo Giuseppe SCARSELLI, Gaming the past: Public History and Video Games
Carmine RUOCCO, War in video games beyond Hollywood
Aldo Giuseppe SCARSELLI, Can Resistenza be played? Video games and European Resistance Heritage
Valerio LARCHER, National imagery in Grand Strategy Games

Room “Appia”, first floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH53
Walter PANCIERA, History teaching in the school as Public History?
Michela NOCITA, Storytelling sea: history of ancient and modern migration at school
Agnese PORTINCASA, The Digital Teacher’s Desk: the challenges of teaching history
Umberto ROBERTO, History on Tv and Radio
Enrico VALSERIATI, The Alternanza Scuola Lavoro and the historical sciences

Room C, first floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH54
Maria Gabriella GRIBAUDI, The memory of natural catastrophe. The stories of the experience and their publishing
Anna Maria ZACCARIA and Sara ZIZZARI, Governance dynamics and housing paths of the post-earthquake
Silvia LOTTI, ReaGenti alla riscossa. A digital archive for the memory of earthquakes
Gabriele Ivo MOSCARITOLO, The role of memory in the prevention of seismic risk. Testimonies on the 1980 earthquake
Maria Laura LONGO, Between history and memory. Bradyseism of 1970 and 1982-84 retold by inhabitants of Pozzuoli

Room D, first floor
09:30 - 11:00 Panel AIPH55
Mirco CARRATTIERI and Carlo SPAGNOLO, Parri network reviews and Public History
Agostino BISTARELLI, Public History in “Italia Contemporanea”
Mirco CARRATTIERI, A networking network:“E-Review” and Public History
Flavio FEBBRARO, Public History on Web history teaching: work in progress
Alessandro CASELLATO e Gilda ZAZZARA, Public History oustiside network: «Venetica» from 1984 on

Room C, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH56
Raffaele MANDUCA, Instilling emotions. Images, violence and popular passions in Sicily between the 17th ans the 19th Centuries
Placido CURRÒ, Men in revolt. Images and emotions in the popular agitations of the Sicilian 17th Century
Raffaele MANDUCA, Passion and Fury. Narrative and iconography of revolutionary violence in Sicily in the first half of the 19th Century
Antonino TERAMO, Farmers’ fears: the repression of the Sicilian Leagues (Fasci Siciliani) in the story and in the images of Gustavo NESTI

Room D, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH57
Marcello RAVVEDUTO, Digital (public) History
Kresno BRAHMANTYO, Digital history repository of Towns and Cities
Jessica M. MASUCCI, Communicating with the podcast, a new digital frontier for the diffusion of History voice
Luigi SERRA, Satellite and bits to navigate History
Danilo SUPINO, Data visual history: a new historical communication

Room 4, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH58
Nadia BARRELLA, Historical Landscapes: Valorization and Protection
Antonio COLAPIETRO, Gennaro Maria MONTI and Angela PAOLINI, Approaching to historical and production landscapes in South-East suburb of Rome
Alessia DE SANTIS and Claudia Stella Valeria GEREMIA, Public history and sustainable development
Gabriela HäBICH, Maria Teresa NATALE, Cultural Itineraries and routes for a shared reading of historical landscapes

Room “Appia”, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH59
Samanta MARIOTTI and Nina MAROTTA, By playing is an other (Hi)story
Samanta MARIOTTI and Nina MAROTTA, Active engagement experiences with children for History learning
Katie LOUTA, The cost of freedom, a digital game
Ilaria ROMEO, Our memory between playing and learning. The Trade Unions QUIZ: the CGIL game

Room “Appia”, first floor
11:30 - 13:00 Panel AIPH60
Domenico Matteo FRISONE, Alcohol and public history: from university courses to Angastare, Best practices and communication methodologies
Thomas CAUVIN, Public History teaching through the History of Beer and Brewing traditions
Domenico Matteo FRISONE, Alcohol as a communication expedient: The Pint History Live’s Experience
Pietro BARSOTTI, Alcohol as a medicine and re-enactment beverage: reconstructive experiences

Room 2, ground floor
12:00 - 14:00 Round Table 5 – Horal History and Public History – AISO
Alessandro CASELLATO
Graziella BONANSEA
Antonio CANOVI
Gabriella GRIBAUDI

Room 3, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH61
Amalia GALDI, The weight of identity examined by the medievalist. Confrontation, integration and coexistence of the many alterities of the medieval Mezzogiorno
Amalia GALDI, The Jews in Southern Italy in the Middle Ages: a model of cohabitation?
Mario LOFFREDO, The dialectics with the “other one” in the light of the Slavic presences in the medieval Mezzogiorno
Antonio TAGLIENTE, A dark rag or a colourful tapestry?The Islamic world as a continental element of Medieval Southern Italy

Room C, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH62
Donato VERRASTRO, Between ruins and abandonments. Some proposals for the recovery and enhancement of the historical heritage in the Southern Italian Apennines area
Ermanno BATTISTA, Let’s have a ride. Southern itineraries between history and tourism
Dario MARINO, The abandoned places of the long Southern Italy Ninentheenth Century: examples of narration for a “paesologia” of history in the international areas of the South of Italy
Michele CAPALDO, Volti di Calitri

Room D, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH63
Luca AL SABBAGH, Public History, associations and cultural blogging: exchanging experiences
Luca AL SABBAGH, Communicating the history of dissent through the Digital & PublicHumanities: the construction of a historical-philosophical network from Ereticopedia to the CLORI Association
Sandra BACCHITTA, Between Conservation and Divulgation: “Sgabuzzini Storici”
Antonio D’ANDRIA, Blogging and local history: the experience of “Di Storia, di storie”
Armando PEPE, The Associazione Storica del Medio Volturno and the Associazione Storica del Caiatino

Room 4, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH64
Rosa Maria DELLI QUADRI, Itineraries, shapes and writing: Mediterranean and dissemination
Rosa Maria DELLI QUADRI, Mediterranean Writings
Dionigi ALBERA, Holy places shared in the Mediterranean: reflections on an exhibit itinerary
Amedeo FENIELLO, History of the Mediterranean in 20 objects: writing
Alessandro VANOLI, History of the Mediterranean in 20 objects: staging

Room “Appia”, first floor
14:30 - 16:00 Panel AIPH65
Stefano BARTOLINI, Oral e public history: an opportunity for democratic participation?
Giulia MALAVASI, Making history with a community: the participated research of Manfredonia
Giulia MARAVIGLIA, The collective memory of places in the process of urban regeneration
Matteo DI CRISTIFARO, Silvia TAGLIAZUCCHI and Antonio CANOVI, From sources to renewal: the Villaggio Artigiano in the west Modena and the renewal of process fostered by Ovestlab and Amigdala Collective
Tito Vezio VIOLA e Chiara PARIS, The Museo della Battaglia di Ortona: a paradigm shift towards narration and participation