Francesco Bartolini

Il est historien, professeur associé à l’Université de Macerata (Italie). Ses principaux travaux de recherche traitent des relations entre le développement urbain, les idéologies politiques et les représentations de la nation pour le XIXe et le XXe siècle.

 

He is historian, associate professor at the Univerity of Macerata (Italy). His main research interests are focused on the relations among urban development, political ideologies and representations of the nation during XIX and XX centuries.

 

 

 

 

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Parmi ses publications :

  • Naming Rome’s Edge: Cultural and Political Representations of the Borgata, in What’s in a Name? Talking about Urban Peripheries, edited by R. Harris and C. Vorms, University of Toronto Press, Toronto Buffalo London 2017, pp. 192-208.
  • Changing Cities. An Urban Question for the Italian Communist Party, in Cities Contested. Urban Politics, Heritage, and Social Movements in Italy and West Germany in the 1970s, edited by M. Baumeister, B. Bonomo, D. Schott, Campus Verlag, Frankfurt/New York 2017, pp. 53-72.
  • La città oltre la nazione. Un urban turn per la storia contemporanea?, in «Storica», n. 65, 2016, Roma, pp. 43-71.
  • Roma. Dall’Unità a oggi, Carocci, Roma 2008.