Envisaging L'Aquila
edited by Alessandro Coppola

Loro Dentro. Giovani, Migranti, Detenuti

a cura di Roberto Beneduce, Luca Queirolo Palmas e Cristina Oddone

ISBN 978-88-908130-3-0, pp.160, € 18 — con DVD omaggio allegato

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Il popolo che manca

Martedì 11 gennaio 2011 ore 20,45 Cinema MONVISO – Via XX Settembre,14 – CUNEO Prima nazionale del film IL POPOLO CHE MANCA di Andrea Fenoglio e Diego Mometti PREMIO SPECIALE DELLA GIURIA AL TFF presenta Carlo Grande – giornalista e scrittore


La Fondazione Nuto Revelli onlus in questi anni ha sostenuto il progetto “Aristeo” . . . → Read More: Il popolo che manca

Life and Lives in Spitalfields, London

In the folder of personal blogs dedicated to describe the many facets of everyday life, Spitalfields Life occupies, to my mind, a distinct position. It is indeed one of the most interesting territorial blogs around. Born out of an act of love for the Spitalfields neighbourhood, in the East End of London, and its . . . → Read More: Life and Lives in Spitalfields, London

Concorso video Iuav – MIC-Forma Urbis Futura

MY IDEAL CITY – FORMA URBIS FUTURA launches a video production competition on the interpretation of the future townscape of the four cities of Trento, Copenhagen, Jerusalem, Lisbon, open to young artists and students of all Europe and Israel.

Deadline (postponed): 1 September 2010

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More info: http://www.iuav.it/Homepage-N/Premi-e-co/mic.doc_cvt.htm

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Ethnography Going Public – 12th Annual Chicago Ethnography Conference

This is a call for participation in the 12th Annual Chicago Ethnography Conference, themed ‘Ethnography Going Public’. The conference is open to contributions from all academic disciplines and accepts both papers and ethnographic short films.

Deadline: January 25, 2010

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Spaces of Design

The two recent documentaries by Gary Hustwit, Helvetica and Objectified, provide us with an extremely rich exploration of the worlds of contemporary design. Through interviews and encounters with some of the most important graphic and industrial designers who are around today, Mr Hustwit tells the story of an ubiquous yet often invisible presence in . . . → Read More: Spaces of Design