The important bibliographic and documentary materials held in the Library-Archive “Emilio Sereni”, have recently been classified and opened to researchers next to the Fratelli Cervi’s house in Gattatico, in the countryside near Reggio Emilia (Ferretti, 2011). This institution aims now to the development and valorisation of this collection and, in the occasion of the 50th centenary of the Emilio Sereni’s (1907-1977) most famous work, The History of the Italian Agricultural Landscape (Sereni, 1961) organizes an international interdisciplinary conference [link http://www.fratellicervi.it/content/view/16/30/] to be hold in the days 10, 11, 12 November 2011, in collaboration with the Gramsci Institute of Rome and the Italian Geographic Society (which is publishing a book on this topics), and with the support of the C.R.I.A.T. (Inter-University Research Centre for Territorial Analysis) of Bari and the Di.S.M.eC. (Department of Early-Modern, Modern and Contemporary History), University of Genoa.

The 50th anniversary of The History of the Italian Agricultural Landscape by Emilio Sereni (1961-2011)

Federico Ferretti
2011

Abstract

The important bibliographic and documentary materials held in the Library-Archive “Emilio Sereni”, have recently been classified and opened to researchers next to the Fratelli Cervi’s house in Gattatico, in the countryside near Reggio Emilia (Ferretti, 2011). This institution aims now to the development and valorisation of this collection and, in the occasion of the 50th centenary of the Emilio Sereni’s (1907-1977) most famous work, The History of the Italian Agricultural Landscape (Sereni, 1961) organizes an international interdisciplinary conference [link http://www.fratellicervi.it/content/view/16/30/] to be hold in the days 10, 11, 12 November 2011, in collaboration with the Gramsci Institute of Rome and the Italian Geographic Society (which is publishing a book on this topics), and with the support of the C.R.I.A.T. (Inter-University Research Centre for Territorial Analysis) of Bari and the Di.S.M.eC. (Department of Early-Modern, Modern and Contemporary History), University of Genoa.
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