Videoconference: "Rome: A City of Immigrants from Antiquity to the Present"

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Location: 131 Decio Faculty Hall

This second lecture in the 2019-2020 Annual Lecture Series at the Rome Global Gateway will be live-streamed on Notre Dame’s main campus.

Prof. Matteo Sanfilippo, professor of modern history at DISUCOM – Università della Tuscia and Director of Istituto Storico Scalabriniano, will speak about “Rome: A City of Immigrants from Antiquity to the Present.”

Migration fluxes to Rome are not a recent phenomenon, as they periodically occurred in the last two millennia of the city’s history. This lecture will retrace the history of migration to the Eternal city from its origins to today, based on research recently published for the project, Ponti di dialogo, funded by Fondazione Centro Studi Emigrazione and Fondazione Migrantes.

Please RSVP here, for the streamed event on the main campus. This will be a brown bag lunch event.

*This event is co-sponsored by Fondazione Centro Studi Emigrazione and lstituto Storico Scalabriniano.

Click here to see the details of the event in Rome and to RSVP for the event there.

 

Originally published at italianstudies.nd.edu.

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