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The two WeCanIt occupational data studies are out!
The ADP has just published the two occupational data studies created within the WeCanIt project.
Exhibition ‘Mercanti di luce’ at the ‘Per Via’ Museum
Pieve Tesino (TN, Italy), 16 July 2022 – 1 November 2022
Some mountain communities have significant features in common with maritime communities.
“WeCanIt Supports Stella Polare” Fundraising Campaign
Can two projects support each other?
Europa Orientale e Balcani negli studi di Marco Dogo – Eastern Europe and the Balkans in the Studies of Marco Dogo
Study Day 28 April 2022 – Sala Atti “Arduino Agnelli”, Androna Campo Marzio 10, Trieste (Italy) A year after the death of Marco Dogo, the Department of Humanities (Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici – DiSU) of the University of Trieste organizes a Study Day to remember and celebrate the historian. The Study Day will bring together
Presentation of the public history site and research blog www.wecanit.eu
11 March 2022, 6:00 pm CET – Casa Internazionale delle Donne di Trieste(Italy) On 11 March at 6 pm, Erica Mezzoli and Antonio Daninese will present the multilingual website www.wecanit.eu – research blog and public history “spin-off” of the MSCA-IF Project WeCanIt – at the International Women’s House in Trieste (Casa Internazionale delle Donne) (Italy).
Preview Events Triestebookfest 2022 – “Parole in Viaggio”
The 2022 Triestebookfest edition “Parole in Viaggio” wants to valorize the tie that has always existed between literature and travelling
L’altro Pasolini. Guido, Pier Paolo, Porzûs e…
In 1944, while the poet Pier Paolo Pasolini was fighting “with the weapons of poetry”, his younger brother Guido joined the Italian resistance movement with the Osoppo Brigade on the Friuli mountains (Italy). Pier Paolo learnt that Guido had been killed in the Porzûs massacre only when the war was over. This tragedy deeply marked the Poet, both from the point of view of affections and from the political-ideological one.
MERMAIDS. (En)Gendering Maritime Labour and Business Histories
Online International Conference – University of Ljubljana 9-10-11 February 2022.
The aim of the conference is to highlight the modalities through which gender norms shaped or influenced labour market participation, and business and labour cultures in the maritime sector and wider industries and services in European port/emporium cities and maritime communities in Modern times (the nineteenth and twentieth centuries).
[WO]MENPOWER! Frontier research approaches in gender and labour histories
The workshop intends to highlight the different aspects of epistemological nature that characterize the current gender and labour histories.