On Thursday 16 February, CISPAC welcomes Marco Armiero with his presentation ‘A natureza de Mussolini. Una historia ambiental do fascismo‘.
This activity, which will begin at 12:00pm in Seminar 103 of CISPAC, is part of the Cycle of Conferences organised by the HISTAGRA group
Marco Armiero (PhD in Economic History) is an environmental historian and currently works as a senior researcher at the National Research Council of Italy He was one of the founders of the field of environmental history in Italy and co-author, together with Stefania Barca, of the first Italian textbook on the subject, Storia dell’Ambiente. Una Introduzione (2004). His main topics of study were the history of environmental conflicts around property rights and access to common resources (forests and sea), the politics of nature and landscape in Italian nation-building, and the environmental history of mass migrations
Admission will be free and free of charge, and the intervention can be followed online through the following link: