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Announcement: "Italy and the Euro-Mediterranean Migrant Crisis: National Reception, Lived Experiences, E.U. Pressures," April 26 (NYC) & April 27 (Montclair, NJ)

Dear Colleagues,
 
Please mark your calendars with this upcoming event: "Italy and the Euro-Mediterranean Migrant Crisis: National Reception, Lived Experiences, E.U.

Sewing a small town. Hilltowns and culture of landscape

The 2017 edition of SEWING A SMALL TOWN will focus on the socio-economic and architectural regeneration of two historical settlements on the hills near the city of Turin. The hilltowns of Bussolino and Bardassano represent two examples of a specific cultural way to build on and with territory. This region is also included in the UNESCO-MaB hill named “Collina Po Man and Biosphere Reserve”.

Author: 
Sarah Gwyneth Ross
Reviewer: 
Laura Carnelos

Carnelos on Ross, 'Everyday Renaissances: The Quest for Cultural Legitimacy in Venice'

Sarah Gwyneth Ross. Everyday Renaissances: The Quest for Cultural Legitimacy in Venice. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2016. 256 pp. $49.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-674-65983-4.

Reviewed by Laura Carnelos (Consortium of European Research Libraries) Published on H-Italy (February, 2017) Commissioned by Matt Vester

Author: 
John Hunt
Reviewer: 
Emily Michelson

Michelson on Hunt, 'The Vacant See in Early Modern Rome: A Social History of the Papal Interregnum'

John Hunt. The Vacant See in Early Modern Rome: A Social History of the Papal Interregnum. Leiden: Brill, 2016. 300 pp. $199.99 (cloth), ISBN 978-90-04-31377-4.

Reviewed by Emily Michelson (University of St Andrews) Published on H-Italy (February, 2017) Commissioned by Matt Vester

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