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Città e Storia


The issues of the journal "Città e Storia"

copertina specchio
Number 1-2006

copertina cifra
Number 2-2006

copertina cosmopolita2007I
Number 1-2007

copertina shopping2007II
Number 2-2007

copertina musei2008
Number 1-2008

copertina lanaro2009 1
Number 1-2009

copertina militari2009II
Number 2-2009

copertina storiografia2010 1
Number 1-2010

burocrazie2010 2
Number 2-2010

copertina aquila2011 !
Number 1-2011
 cittastoria061
Number 2-2011
copertina city
Number 1-2012

citta cambia
Number 2-2012

 megaevent
Number 2-2012
 passato1
Number 2-2012
 digital
Number 1-2014

pubblico
Number 2-2014

 cs 1 2015
Number 1-2015

 cs 2 2015
Number 2-2015

 HISTORY sito










Number 1-2016

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Editorial Board
Salvatore Adorno, Università di Catania
Donatella Calabi, Università IUAV di Venezia
Claudia Conforti, Università di Roma "Tor Vergata"
Filippo De Pieri, Politecnico di Torino
Alberto Grohmann, Università di Perugia
Alberto Guenzi, Università di Parma
Marco Iuliano, University of Liverpool
Paola Lanaro, Università Cà Foscari di Venezia
Keti Lelo, Università Roma 3
Brigitte Marin, Université Aix-Marseille
Luca Mocarelli, Università di Milano "Bicocca"
Francesc Munoz, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Maria Luisa Neri, Università di Camerino
Carlos Sambricio, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Gabor Sonkoly, University of Budapest
Peter Stabel, University of Antwep
Giuseppe Stemperini, Università Roma 3
Donatella Strangio, Università La Sapenza
Rosa Tamborrino, Politecnico di Torino
editor Carlo M. Travaglini, Università "Roma Tre
Guido Zucconi, Università IUAV di Venezia

Responsible for editorial staff:
Giulia Vertecchi

Editorial Advisory Board
Maurice Aymard, Ehess, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Jean-François Chauvard, Ecole Française de Rome
Matthew Davies, Cmh, Centre for Metropolitan History, London
Dirk De Meyer, Universiteit Gent
Josef Ehmer, Universität Wien
David H. Friedman, Mit, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge (Ma)
Bernard Gauthiez, Université Jean Moulin Lyon III
Enrico Iachello, Università degli Studi di Catania
Hidenobu Jinnai, Hosei University, Tokyo
Miguel Angel Ladero Quesada, Universidad Complutense, Madrid
Daniele Manacorda, Università degli Studi «Roma Tre»
Angela Marino, Università degli Studi dell’Aquila
Paola Pavan, Archivio Storico Capitolino, Roma
Walter Rossa Ferreira da Silva, Universidade de Coimbra
Alison Smith, Wagner College, New York
Eugenio Sonnino, Sapienza – Università di Roma
Peter Stabel, University of Antwerp
Rosemary Sweet, Centre for Urban History, Leicester
Paul Zanker, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa

The 'idea of promoting a new magazine dedicated to urban history is born from the need to create a laboratory for analysis, discussion, design of new research with a reference to the preferred course Italian and the European reality, and at the same time, with attention to the Mediterranean and, more generally, the international context, especially in the perspective of comparative studies. This need has grown through different experiences of the members of the research and writing has been favored for many of them, either by participation in the activities of the European Urban History Association, and, significantly, from birth and strong vitality expressed by the Italian Urban History, founded in 2001. Was decisive in European and national level meetings between historians and economic historians, general historians and art historians, historians of literature and environment, geographers and archaeologists. The urban history, starting with an important tradition of studies in which methods and problems have priority - depending on the scope of training - the story of the stones, or that of men, has been building the last thirty years - thanks to the contribution Berengo of masters such as Marino, Alberto and Lucio Caracciolo Stems and major initiatives such as the publication of magazines, "Urban History" and "History of the Town" (the latter off in 1990), significantly both released in 1976 - a space recognizable and however, recognized that there is still that of an independent subject area. This is a space that can not be based on approaches, methodologies, different sensibilities, mainly multidisciplinary. We have expanded the horizons of urban history, successfully overcoming the dichotomy between history and architecture of medieval history who scored in the Italian experience, so also very fruitful, throughout a long season of studies.

"C ity and History" will work on the building of urban history, will not be a magazine that offers a model nor a "school" is a collective enterprise that will distinguish you for the great cultural openness and availability to the comparison between the historic urban and how many, from different points of view, studying the city. The design of the magazine can not be oriented so that over a broad diachronic, from Medieval to contemporary, with a strong focus on urban stratification, the roots of the form Urbis and the role of archeology in the study of many contemporary urban centers.

The choice of the title of the magazine will be inspired to recall some elements of the project - and, in particular, to research about the city in all its fascinating complexity and in synergy with this, what a story across the board, without of adjectives - and reconnect with some experiences in the past 4 years before the publication eponymous newsletter dell'AISU and then, in the summer of 2004, with the release of a first proof copy - the number zero - at Congress AISU of Rome.

The 'publishing activities will be based on a medium to long term planning and organized for the production of files marked with a core theme dominant in order to propose topics of research and discussion and to allow a non-random involvement of the authors accepting or soliciting contributions original. This core theme will be, as a rule, the characterizing part of each issue and will be coordinated by one or more editors, including external to the editor. This guidance is essential to foster the vitality of the magazine in time, to enhance the specialized skills and to ensure a multidisciplinary approach to serious problems.

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