Historical research and enhancement processes
Methodological issues

Renata Salvarani
European University of Rome

Tuesday 5 February 2019, 10.30 a.m.

Naples, Via Cardinale Guglielmo Sanfelice 8
Conference hall Humanistic hub (6th floor)



ISSM MEETINGS - Year 2019. The Institute for Studies on Mediterranean Societies of the CNR organizes annual meeting cycles in which guest speakers are invited to discuss specific topics, within broad themes, with a constant focus on the Mediterranean area (economy, environment, migration, history, cultural heritage, logistics).

The February meeting with Renata Salvarani, an expert in the history of Christianity and medieval history, offers a comparison on a current and central theme for policies in the Mediterranean: the relationship between history and processes of enhancement of the territory.

THE GUEST SPEAKER. Renata Salvarani is professor of Christianity History and Medieval History at the European University of Rome, where she also coordinates the postgraduate course for tourist guides, the programme of academic excellence and is secretary of the PhD course in Historical Sciences. He is a visiting professor at the universities of Split and Innsbruck. He is a PhD in Medieval History, obtained in 2003 at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan. He is a member of: International Association for the History of Religion; University Council for the History of Christianity; Italian Association of Professors of Church History, and National Order of Journalists. He is the author of several books and articles on the history of Christianity, cultural heritage, institutions and territory.

The event is open to the public, subject to availability.


Scientific Secretariat
Giuseppe Pace (ICNR-ISSM)
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Directorate secretariat
Institute of Studies on Mediterranean Societies (CNR-ISSM)
Antonio De Lorenzo
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