8 search results for “italy” in the Public website
IIMIGRATI: Ireland and Italy’s migration experiences since 1945 compared
How has migration affected Irish and Italy society since 1945?
tradition- Reconstructing 'lost' singing practices of Quattrocento Italy
What kinds of vocal music were not typically transmitted in written musical notation? Can specific ‘lost’ song forms - siciliane, giustiniane, le Grechesche, gli stili “regionali“ nel canto del quattrocento - be more precisely identified than they have been until now, both in musicological research…
Sanctuary Excavations (S. Giovanni in Galdo, Colle Rimontato, Molise, Italy)
Rural cult places were of central importance in the non-urbanised areas of ancient Samnium, in central southern Italy. Their development, roles and functions in ancient society, however, remain important research questions. New excavations at one of these sanctuaries, the rural temple of S. Giovanni…
La Cetra Cornuta : the Horned Lyre of the Christian World
What was the stringed instrument known in medieval and early Renaissance Italy as “cetra”?
Aesernia Colonial Landscape Project (Molise)
The Aesernia Colonial Landscape project investigates ancient settlement patterns and dynamics around modern Isernia in Molise (Italy), the Latin colony of Aesernia (founded 263 BC). It consists of intensive systematic field survey in the territory of the colony, combined with remote sensing and geoprospection…
Tappino Area Archaeological Project (Molise)
The Tappino Area Archaeological Project aims to map and analyze ancient settlement patterns and dynamics in a small valley in Central-Southern Italy, in modern Molise (province of Campobasso). The first sites in the area date to the Bronze Age. In the Iron Age to Classical period, it was reportedly…
“Italy Today” — Urgent Matters for Discussion: Economic Growth, Populism and Migrations
Concert Crawford Young
Arts and Culture, Concert/artistic presentation as part of PhD Defence