Rome and its histories 1750-2000: an iconic city's past and its importance to the present [ 2007 - 2009 ]

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Researchers Prof RJ Bosworth

Brief description This study explores the many ways in which the past in Rome, the 'eternal city', has been debated and portrayed by historians but also by groups as diverse as Catholics, city planners, archaeologists and tourists. The outcome will be a novel account from which we can draw lessons regarding the multiple uses of history to better understand the impact of heritage on contemporary lives.

Funding Amount $119,968

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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