«Multas per gentes et multa per aequora vectus». Travels and Travellers from Ancient to Contemporary
The specific methods and different approaches that characterize the historians’ craft sometimes make difficult to set up a dialogue that goes beyond traditional periodizations. Despite of shared themes, historians rarely operate in a common area of discussion. In order to promote a wide confrontation, the Second Edition of "Historical Debates" will focus on the theme of travel as one of the most recurring issues of historiographical reflection, with the purpose to promote a debate beyond these traditional divisions. Humanity has never been limited to frontiers. From Ancient Times to Contemporary Age societies have always met and cultures interacted and mixed by crossing borders and travelling.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Department of Humanistic Studies of the University of Eastern Piedmont (Vercelli, Italy)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Michela Ferrara (Modern History); Eugenio Garoglio (Modern History); Matteo Moro (Medieval History); Stefano Scaletta (Contemporary History); Martina Zerbinati (Ancient History)
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