PRIN 2022 e PNRR: i progetti finanziati del Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere

La ricerca CFS e i Progetti di Ricerca di Interesse Nazionale

Tra i mesi di luglio e agosto sono stati assegnati i finanziamenti del programma PRIN 2022, divisi tra ordinario e straordinario PNRR, che hanno visto la Ricerca CFS presente nei settori ERC SH5 (Cultures and Cultural Production) e SH6 (The Study of the Human Past), con il finanziamento di 26 progetti, di cui 8 in qualità di coordinatore nazionale.

Programma Prin 2022 (ordinario): progetti finanziati

  1. The missing Link. Early Medieval urban public courts as centres of resilience and reinterpretation of Antiquity
    PI: Federico Cantini (UniPi)
    Unità locali: Rosa Fiorillo (UniSa)
  2. Italy outside Italy. Italian intellectual migration and emergence of a modern European identity
    PI: Simonetta Bassi (UniPi)
    Unità locali: A. Del Prete (UniTo), E. Scapparone (UniBo), F. Meroi (UniTn), G. Mori (UniPiemOr)
  3. The obsidian route in the central Mediterranean: diaCHRONic pathways and cultural connectiOnS
    PI: Elisabetta Starnini (UniPi)
    Unità locali: UniCa
  4. The Price of Progress. A Multidisciplinary Research on Human-Environment Interactions in the Levant at the Dawn of Urbanism (3500-2000 BCE)
    PI: Sara Pizzimenti (UniPi)
    Unità locali: Marta D’Andrea (UniRm Sapienza); Andrea Polcaro (UniPg)
  5. RETI REndering Texts and Images. Digital Scholarly Editions with Edition Visualization Technology
    PI: Maria Cristina Rossi (UniPi)
    Unità locali: Ermanno Malaspina (UniTo); Giancarlo Abbamonte (UniNa-Federico II); Isabella Lazzarini (UniMolise)
  6. Floating Heritage: Second-phase salvage of flooded heritage sites in the Middle East
    PI: Jesper Eidem (UniPi)
    Unità locali: Paola Sconzo (UniPa)
  7. Ancient Landscapes of Anatolia in the Bronze Age | PI: Luca Peyronel (UniMi)
    Unità locali: Anacleto D’Agostino (UniPi); Silvia Alaura (Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale, CNR)
  8. Constructing Intergenerational Ties: Charity and Welfare in Italy and the Iberian World (16th-19th Centuries) | PI: Emanuele C. Colombo (UniMi Cattolica)
    Unità locali: Alessandro Buono (UniPi)
  9. Dire, fare, votare. Mobilitazione per la cittadinanza politica nell’età del suffragio (1819-1920): l’Italia nello spazio euro-atlantico | PI: Fulvio Cammarano, (UniBo)
    Unità locali: Gian Luca Fruci (UniPi); Carmine Pinto (UniSa)
  10. Entangled Chronotopes: Language, Power, Bodyscapes and Religion in the first ten books of the Śaunaka Atharvaveda-Saṃhitā [ŚS] | PI Tiziana Pontillo (UniCa)
    Unità locali: Piera Candotti (UniPi), P. M. A. Rossi (UniMi), R. Ronzitti (UniGe), M. Ferrara (UniRm Sapienza)
  11. Le forme del museo: progetto-pilota per un atlante digitale dei musei italiani / The forms of the museum: pilot project for a digital atlas of Italian museums | PI: Provvidenza Paola D’Alconzo, (UniNa-Federico II)
    Unità locali: Donata Levi (UniUd); Mario Micheli (UniRm3); Antonella Gioli (UniPi)
  12. Itineraries of Philosophy and Science from Baghdad to Florence: Albert the Great, his Sources and his Legacies | PI: Amos Bertolacci (IMT)
    Unità locali: Stefano Perfetti (UniPi)
  13. King’s men. The Imperial political Network in Italy (12th century) | PI Luigi Provero (UniTO)
    Unità locali: Simone M. Collavini (UniPi); Vito Loré (UniRM3)
  14. MaBE Mapping Byzantine Economy. An open digital platform to study byzantine coin hoards (498-1204 CE) | PI: Bruno Callegher (UniTs)
    Unità locali: Alessia Rovelli (UniPi); Margherita Azzari (Università di Firenze)
  15. A.R.E: Manuscripts and books from Asia Reaching Europe. A semantically enhanced digital library mapping Asian books circulation along the Silk Maritime Routes | PI: Arianna Magnani (UniEnna)
    Unità locali: Luisa Andriollo (UniPi); Sabrina Senatore (UniSa)
  16. Narration and care.The deinstitutionalization of asylum system in Italy: history, cultural imaginary, planning (from 1961 to today) | PI: Marina Guglielmi (UniCa)
    Unità locali: Vinzia Fiorino (UniPi); Daniela Adorni (UniTo)
  17. PolEmA – Polycentric Empires in Western Asia Connectivity, texts and settlements from Ctesiphon to Afrasiyab and beyond | PI: Carlo Giovanni Cereti (UniRm Sapienza)
    Unità locali: Chiara Barbati (UniPi), Vito Messina (UniTo)
  18. Under Uncertainty. Coping with Risks in the Mediterranean Maritime Business (Italy, 16th-18th centuries) | PI Giovanni Ceccarelli (UniPr)
    Unità locali: Andrea Addobbati (UniPi); Luisa Piccinno (UniGe); Maria Luisa Schisani (UniNa Federico II)
  19. Visualizing Jewish Cultural Heritage. Toward a Digital and Dynamic Atlas: People, Artifacts, Boooks and Manuscripts in Global Italy (15th-20th Centuries) | PI: Saverio Campanini (UniBo)
    Unità locali: Alessandra Veronese (UniPi); Fabrizio Lelli (UniRm Sapienza)

Programma Prin 2022 PNRR (straordinario): progetti finanziati

  1. LEXICONOMY. Writing the structures of landholding in a changing Italy (5th–8th century)
    PI: Paolo Tomei (UniPi)
    Unità locale: Dario Internullo (UniRm 3)
  2. Profiling the Identity of the Producers in Ancient Egypt and Nubia through the “Aura” of Clay Figurines
    PI: Gianluca Miniaci (UniPi)
    Unità locale Massimo Vidale (UniPd)
  3. Integral WELLbeing for human flourishing: healthcare and food from an ethical and legal perspective (I-WELL) | PI: Francesco Bruno (UniCampus Bio-medico RM)
    Unità locale: Adriano Fabris (UniPi)
  4. Mother, Stepmother, Sorceress. Iages of Nature in Renaissance Europe | PI Salvatore Carannante (Università di Trento)
    Unità locali: Simonetta Bassi (UniPi)
  5. Social, Political, and Religious Prognostication and its Roots: Philosophical Strategies for Coping with Uncertainties and Plannig the Future | PI Alessandro Palazzo (UniTn)
    Unità locale Stefano Perfetti (UniPi)
  6. TYPO project. Forms, Decorations and Production of Tyrrhenian Area Pottery from the Middle Ages to the Contemporary Age | PI Carlo Ebanista
    Unità locali: Fabrizio Benente (UniGe); Federico Cantini (UniPi),  Francesca Romana Stasolla (UniRm Sapienza); Nicola Busino (UniCampania Vanvitelli); Adele Coscarella (UniCalabria); Lucia Arcifa (UniCt); Pier Giorgio Spanu (UniSs)
  7. WWS (Winds, Waves and Storms): historical data and modern quantitativ approaches to uncover the long-term strategies to prevent and mitigate climate risks in European seas (15ht-19th centuries) | PI Maria Carmela Schisani (UniNa Federico II)
    Unità locali: Andrea Addobbati (UniPi)
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