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    • Cooperazione internazionale in materia di sequestro e confisca e tutela dei diritti fondamentali: tre modelli nel sistema europeo post Brexit 

      Rosanò, Alessandro (2021)
      This paper deals with the models of international cooperation on seizure and confiscation defined in two Council of Europe Conventions, in Regulation (EU) 2018/1805, and in the Trade and Cooperation Agreement of 24 ...
    • Legal persons and cross-border crimes in the EU: current issues and prospects 

      Fabri, Giulia; Zilia Bonamini Pepoli, Vittoria Sveva (2021)
      In a recent judgment, the Italian Supreme Court has stated that a foreign company can be held liable for crimes committed in the national territory, regardless of the location of its registered offices. This ruling ...
    • Il “green pass esteso” nello spazio europeo multilevel di libertà, sicurezza e giustizia. Riflessioni sull’eventuale introduzione dell’obbligatorietà vaccinale 

      Grasselli, Federica; Tevere, Valeria (2021)
      In the first part, the paper analyzes the EU legislation on the “European green pass” (Regulation no. 953/2021) in a multi-level perspective, comparing it with the national legislation that introduced an “extended green ...
    • Pubblicazione e condivisione di foto sui social network: la tutela del minore fra diritto all’immagine e protezione dei dati personali 

      Scaffidi Runchella, Livio (2021)
      While, on the one hand, social networks are a very effective means of personal promotion and, consequently, of defining one’s image and social reputation, on the other, they expose users, and children in particular, to ...
    • Archeologia e Topografia del sogno rituale dall’Arcaismo alla Tarda Antichità nel mondo Greco-Romano 

      D'Onofrio, Giulio; Fiorillo, Rosa; De Polignac, François (Universita degli studi di Salerno, 2019-07-07)
      The goal of the thesis is an analysis of the evolution of the cognitive and ritual devices related to dreams and visions in different cultic contexts – from the hero cult in ancient Greece, to those of epiphanic and ...
    • Optimization of a supercritical assisted process for the production of liposomes for industrial applications 

      Trucillo, Paolo (Universita degli studi di Salerno, 2019-03-11)
      Liposomes are spherical vesicles made of a double lipidic layer that surrounds an inner aqueous core. Several methods for the preparation of liposomes have been developed in the last decades. However, these methods present ...
    • Social protest photography and public history: “Whose streets? Our streets!”: New York City, 1980–2000 

      Carroll, Tamar W. <College of Liberal Arts, Rochester Institute ofTechnology, Rochester, New York, USA> (T. W. Carroll, Social protest photography and public history: “Whose streets? Our streets!”: New York City, 1980–2000, «Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences», 57, n. 1, 2021, pp. 34-59., 2021)
      “Whose streets? Our streets!,” a traveling exhibition thatdebuted at the Bronx Documentary Center in January2017, brings together the work of 37 independent photo-graphers who covered protests in New York City between1980 ...
    • Le mieux est l’ennemi du bien». Roy Rosenzweig e il dibattito americano sulla public history agli albori del World Wide Web 

      Guidali, Fabio <Università degli Studi di Milano> (F. Guidali, Le mieux est l’ennemi du bien. Roy Rosenzweig e il dibattito americano sulla public history agli albori del World Wide Web, «ACME», 71, n. 2, 2018, pp. 179-198, 2018)
      Lo studio prende in esame il contributo fornito da Roy Rosenzweig al dibattito sulla public history tra gli anni Ottanta e i primi anni Duemila, una fase in cui il mondo accademico e quello scolastico iniziavano a scoprire ...
    • Digital Humanities pedagogy: practices, principles and politics 

      Hirsch, Brett D. (B.D. Hirsch, "Digital Humanities pedagogy: practices, principles and politics", Cambridge, Open Book Publisher, 2012)
      Academic institutions are starting to recognize the growing public interest in digital humanities research, and there is an increasing demand from students for formal training in its methods. Despite the pressure on ...
    • Editorial: archives and public history 

      Hoyle, Victoria <University of York, UK>
    • Public History e Patrimoine: due casi di storia applicata 

      Torre, Angelo <Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale> (A. Torre, Public History e Patrimoine: due casi di storia applicata, «Quaderni storici», n. 3, 2015, pp. 629-660, 2015)
      The work seeks to reflect on the alleged crisis of history today by comparing the different ways in which historical disciplines have developed outside the academy during the 1970s and 1980s. For that it tries to reconstruct ...
    • A duty, an opportunity and a pleasure”: connecting archives and public history 

      Haunton, Melinda <Archive Sector Development, The National Archives, London> (M Haunton, G. Salzedo, A duty, an opportunity and a pleasure: connecting archives and public history, «Archives and Records», 42, n. 1, 2021, pp. 40-57, 2021)
      This article explores the intersection of public history and archives, with particular reference to the practice of promoting broad participation in interpreting the historical past. Key concepts in public history such as ...
    • History Unbounded: A Relaunch of the Public History Review Section 

      Franz, Kathleen (F. Kathleen, History Unbounded: A Relaunch of the Public History Review Section, «Journal of American History», 105, n. 1, 2018, pp. 121-125, 2018)
      In 1989 Thomas J. Schlereth inaugurated the Exhibition Reviews section of the Journal of American History, arguing that “museum exhibits and their related elements” were “a distinct medium for identifying, organizing, ...
    • Roman Women and Public History: la creatività del Web 

      Mastrorosa, Ida Gilda <Università di Firenze> (I. G. Mastrorosa, Roman Women and Public History: la creatività del Web, «Storia delle donne», 14, 2018, n.1, pp. 43-65, 2018)
      Moving from the mid-seventies’ debate in the USA on women’s role in the Ancient World, this paper highlights its contribution to a more articulated view of Roman women. It has left its mark not only on subsequent historiography, ...
    • Increasing imperative of the intercultural education in European policies, initiatives and actions 

      Sikorska, Iryna (2021)
      Through increasing cultural diversity of European countries education in general and higher education in particular become the constructive force to promote social cohesion and integration. The European higher education ...
    • Making public history: Statues and memorials 

      Kean, Hilda (H. Kean, Making Public History: Statues and Memorials, «Public History Review», 2021, 28, pp. 1-7, 2021)
      In working on this edition Keira Lindsay and Mariko Smith have asked ‘whether monuments should be deconstructed, reconstructed or destroyed.’1 Clearly attention to statues and memorials has recently been explored in ...
    • What Can Public History Do for Museums, What Can Museums Do for Public History? 

      Porciani, Ilaria <Università di Bologna> (I. Porciani, What Can Public History Do for Museums, What Can Museums Do for Public History?, «Memoria e Ricerca. Rivista di storia contemporanea», 2017, 1, pp. 21-40, 2017)
      In the early 19th century, at the dawn of the historical professions, historians did not dismiss working with objects and collaborating with museums. It was the increasing professionalization of the discipline of history ...
    • La valorizzazione del patrimonio bibliotecario tra public engagement e public history 

      Sabba, Fiammetta <Alma mater studiorum Università di Bologna> (F. Sabba, La valorizzazione del patrimonio bibliotecario tra public engagement e public history, «AIB Studi», 2020, 60, 1, pp. 9-18, 2020)
      Le biblioteche, attraverso i servizi, le attività, i professionisti e i cittadini, si possono fare luoghi attivi della dialettica tra politica e storia, memoria e storia, realtà locale e globale, esperienza istituzionale ...
    • Public history and contested heritage: memories of the bombing of Italy in the International Bomber Command Centre Digital Archive 

      Fedele, Greta <Lapsus Laboratorio di analisi storica del mondo contemporaneo (Lapsus), Milan>; Gaiaschi, Zeno <Lapsus Laboratorio di analisi storica del mondo contemporaneo (Lapsus), Milan>; Hughes, Heather <IBCC Digital Archive, University of Lincoln>; Pesaro, Alessandro <IBCC Digital Archive, University of Lincoln> (G. Fedele, Z. Gaiaschi, H. Hughes, A. Pesaro, Public History and Contested Heritage: Archival Memories of the Bombing of Italy, «Public History Review», 2020, 27, pp. 1-18., 2020)
      In recent years public historians have made concerted attempts to internationalise their practice.1 The editors of a recent collection note that public history remains rooted in ‘the local’, although it may acquire ...
    • Donne del Risorgimento e Public History nel 150° dell’Unità nazionale: appunti su un’inclusione irrisolta 

      Casalena, Maria Pia <Università di Bologna> (M.P. Casalena, Donne del Risorgimento e Public History nel 150° dell’Unità nazionale: appunti su un’inclusione irrisolta, «Storia delle Donne», 2018, 14, 1, 67-81, 2018)
      The history of women is gradually integrating with the public narratives of Italian history, political and social, national and local. Public History products that appeared during or were solicited by the 150th ...