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The conference program is now available! Click here to download it as a PDF. (New version uploaded 5/7/2018)



Additional information about the program:

Conference Plenary, Friday evening, June 15 (reception to follow)

John Foot, Professor, University of Bristol
‘Revolution, Reform and Nostalgia. Reflections on Italy's 1968 Fifty Years On’

This lecture will discuss the legacy and historical understanding of Italy's 'long 1968'. It will examine the ways that 1968 has been remembered, forgotten and narrated, and the connections between institutional change, 'concrete utopias,' violence and extremism and national reform in the 1970s. Particular focus will be dedicated to changes in the psychiatric hospital system, prisons, schools and the family. 

John Foot is Professor of Modern Italian History in the Department of Italian, University of Bristol. He worked in University College London from 1995-2013. He has also been a visiting Professor in La Sapienza University in Rome and Professorial Fellow in the Australian Catholic University in Sydney, Australia. His publications include Milan since the Miracle. City, Culture and Identity (Berg, Oxford, 2001, Feltrinelli Milan 2003, 2004, 2014); Modern Italy, Macmillan/Palgrave, London and New York, 2003 and 2014; Calcio. A History of Italian Football, 4th Estate, 2006; 2007, Rizzoli, Milan, 2010; Fratture d’Italia. Da Caporetto al G8 di Genova. La memoria divisa del paese, Rizzoli, Milan, 2009; Italy’s Divided Memory. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2010, 2011; Pedalare! Pedalare! A History of Italian Cycling, Bloomsbury, London, 2011, 2012; Rizzoli, Milan, 2011; La repubblica dei matti. Franco Basaglia e la psichiatria radicale in Italia, Feltrinelli, Milan, 2014, 2016; The man who closed the asylums. Franco Basaglia and the revolution in mental health care, Verso, London, 2015 and The Archipelago. Italy since 1945, Bloomsbury, London, 2018 (forthcoming).


Banquet information, Saturday evening, June 16

Please note that tickets can now be purchased for the conference banquet, to be held on Saturday, June 16. This will be a sumptuous affair at the Ristorante Zi'Ntonio Mare (https://www.ristorantezintonio.it) including an aperitivo di benvenuto, antipasto buffet, duetto di primi, dolce al buffet, vini, caff√®, limoncello and more! Fresh seafood and vegetarian options will abound and the view cannot be beat. As seats are limited, we encourage you to reserve yours as soon as possible via the AAIS conference registration page: https://aais.wildapricot.org/registration-payment/ 

The cost of the banquet ticket is 50€. It can be purchased through a separate Banquet Registration button directly below the Conference Registration button on the page listed above. You can confirm whether or not you have completed payment for the banquet by accessing your member profile on our website or by scanning your email for a 50€ receipt from PayPal (not AAIS). NB: If you have already registered for the conference but would like to now purchase a banquet ticket, we kindly ask that you follow the steps outlined above and also send a quick email to Dan Paul (paul.160@osu.edu) to ensure that your name is added to the list of banquet attendees. Thank you!

*NB: Updates to the program will be posted here as they become available.

  

  


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