XLIX Study Week

GESTIONE DELL'ACQUA IN EUROPA (XII-XVIII SECC.) • WATER MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE (12TH-18TH CENTURIES)

Prato, May 14th to 17th 2017



Anonimo, Costruzione delle cisterne per l'acqua, in Vitruvio Pollione de Architectura traducto di Latino in Vulgare ..., Venezia, in le case de Ioanne Antonio & Piero fratelli de Sabio, 1524, c. 83
© Biblioteca comunale "Forteguerriana", Pistoia



It is possible to book the Acts of XLIX Study Week which will be published on spring 2018 with a special price of euros 35.

Those who will have done the reservation will receive a password which will allow them, if interested, starting from next 19th April to the 19th May, to read and to download from our website the provisional texts of the relations and communications, presented during the convention, in .pdf format.

Booking the Proceedings of 2017 Study Week

PROGRAMME OF WORK

Sunday, 14th May

18.00, Sala Maggiore del Palazzo Comunale
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OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE:
Greetings from theMayor
Greetings from thePresident of the Scientific Committee

Salvatore Ciriacono (Padova), Inaugural speech



Monday, 15th May

Aula Magna - Polo Universitario Pratese (PIN)
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09.00-13.00

GESTIONE DELL'ACQUA IN SITUAZIONI NORMALI / WATER MANAGEMENT IN NORMAL SITUATIONS

Michele Campopiano (York), Gestione ordinaria delle acque e rischi idrogeologici. L'amministrazione delle acque nella Pianura Padana tra esigenze energetiche, trasporti, irrigazione e rischi di inondazione (secoli XII-XV)
Julián Clemente-Ramos (Estremadura), Emilio Martín Gutiérrez Cadice), I paesaggi d’acqua e le loro utilizzazioni nella Spagna sudoccidentale tra il tredicesimo e il sedicesimo secolo
Piet van Cruyningen (Wageningen), Water management and agricultural development in the coastal areas of the Low Countries, from the twelfth to the eighteenth century
Ursula Sowina (Warszawa), Water management in Polish towns (13th-16th centuries)
Didier Boisseuil (Tours),Gestion des eaux thermales à la Renaissance (XIVe-XVIe siècle), en Italie et dans le bassin méditerranéen occidental
María Isabel Del Val Valdivieso (Valladolid), The Role of Water in the Urban Development of Lower-Medieval Castile


Aula Magna - Polo Universitario Pratese (PIN)
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15.00-18.00

GESTIONE DELL'ACQUA IN SITUAZIONI NORMALI / WATER MANAGEMENT IN NORMAL SITUATIONS

A. Malpica Cuello (Granada), Gestión del agua en el reino de Granada en la época medieval
Matteo Di Tullio (Pavia), Claudio Lorenzini (Udine), La ricerca della sostenibilità. Economia, acqua, risorse e conflitti nell’Italia Settentrionale (secc. XV-XVIII)
Gaetano Sabatini, Arturo Gallia (Roma Tre), L’acqua dell’Urbe. Costi, modalità di distribuzione, diritti di accesso e forme dell’uso dell’acqua a Roma tra XVI e XVII secolo
Maurizio Romano (Milano Cattolica), La gestione delle acque nei possedimenti agricoli e urbani di una grande famiglia aristocratica milanese e lombarda: i Visconti di Modrone (secc. XV-XVIII)

• Ore 18.00 - Meeting of the Scientific Committee


Tuesday, 16th May

Aula Magna - Polo Universitario Pratese (PIN)
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09.00-13.00

GESTIONE DELL'ACQUA IN SITUAZIONI NORMALI / WATER MANAGEMENT IN NORMAL SITUATIONS

Giuseppina Carla Romby, Maria Antonietta Rovida (Firenze), Fruizione privata di acque pubbliche : crescita urbana e qualificazione dell’abitare nelle città della Toscana granducale (secc. XVI-XVIII)
Romina Tsakiri (Un. Ionio), Cisterne, pozzi, fontane ed altre opere idrauliche: l’acqua come potenza movente per le città di dominio veneto. Creta ed Isole Ionie (secoli XVI-XVIII)
Dmitry Khitrov, Daniil Kozlov (Moscow), Wetlands of Central Russia: Environmental Factors of the Agrarian Development, XVII-XVIII centuries
Alexei Kraikovski, Margarita Dadykina, Ekaterina Kalemeneva (St. Petersburg), The water management in the Russian monasteries, 16th – 18th cc.
Dariusz Brykala (Torun), Reconstruction of disposable water resources stored in mill ponds in Poland in the late 18th century


Aula Magna - Polo Universitario Pratese (PIN)
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15.00-18.00

I DISASTRI NATURALI / DEALING WITH WATER DISASTERS

Guido Alfani (Milano Bocconi), The impact of floods and extreme rain events in Northern Italy, ca. 1300-1800
Tim Soens (Antwerp), Flood Disasters and Agrarian Capitalism in the North Sea Area: five centuries of interwoven history (1250-1800)
Milja Van Tielhof (The Hague), After the flood: Mobilising money in order to limit economic loss
John Morgan (Manchester), The economics of flood defence in eastern England, c.1550-1750
Massimo Galtarossa (Padova), Venezia e le “culture del disastro”
Luca Mocarelli (Milano Bicocca), Manuel Vaquero Piñeiro (Perugia), Il «pubblico» di fronte al disordine idraulico nel secolo dei Lumi tra vecchi problemi e nuove risposte: Lombardia Austriaca e Stato della Chiesa

• Ore 18.00 - Meeting of the "Giunta" of Scientific Committee


Wednesday, 17th May

Aula Magna - Polo Universitario Pratese (PIN)
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09.00-12.30

TAVOLA ROTONDA / ROUND TABLE

Erik Aerts (Lovanio)
Richard Hoffmann (York)
Richard Jones (Leicester)
Guido Alfani (Milano)
Salvatore Ciriacono (Padova)

[During all the conference, with the exclusion of the inaugural session, it's available the simultaneous translation in Italian and English]

It is possible to book the Acts of XLIX Study Week which will be published on spring 2018 with a special price of euros 35.

Those who will have done the reservation will receive a password which will allow them, if interested, starting from next 19th April to the 19th May, to read and to download from our website the provisional texts of the relations and communications, presented during the convention, in .pdf format.

Booking the Proceedings of 2017 Study Week
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