The Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici, is a non-profit cultural association for scholars, researchers, and all those interested in historical-geographical matters, with a particular focus on cartographical history, on historical geography, and on the history of voyages and explorations. The CISGE was founded on July 15, 1992, in the wake of the International Exhibition honoring Columbus. Its headquarters now is at the Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici dell’Università Roma Tre. Membership is free and open to all those who are interested in the association’s activities (www.cisge.it). In 26 years, through seminars and meetings, study events, research groups, and national and international projects, CISGE has taken an active part in scientific debate in Italy, as is demonstrated by the list of events it has participated in and the publications issued both through the reports and monographs it has brought out and its periodical «Geostorie». To favor dissemination of the journal, many recent editions have been made available online. Its network of scientific collaboration has broadened through time and makes it possible to guarantee constant dissemination of updated information concerning scholarly events and meetings both in Italy and in other European countries. In recent years, CISGE has stipulated scientific and cultural cooperation agreements with various Italian and foreign institutions. These agreements are intended to support and disseminate historicalgeographical and cartographic studies, as well as long-term territorial analyses useful for the management of territories, based on a variety of sources with multiple cognitive approaches, with ample space dedicated to historical cartographic works.

D'Ascenzo, A., Gallia, A., Masetti, C. (2018). The Historical Geography and the Italian Center for Historical-Geographical Studies (Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici).

The Historical Geography and the Italian Center for Historical-Geographical Studies (Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici)

Annalisa D'Ascenzo
;
Arturo Gallia
;
Carla Masetti
2018

Abstract

The Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici, is a non-profit cultural association for scholars, researchers, and all those interested in historical-geographical matters, with a particular focus on cartographical history, on historical geography, and on the history of voyages and explorations. The CISGE was founded on July 15, 1992, in the wake of the International Exhibition honoring Columbus. Its headquarters now is at the Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici dell’Università Roma Tre. Membership is free and open to all those who are interested in the association’s activities (www.cisge.it). In 26 years, through seminars and meetings, study events, research groups, and national and international projects, CISGE has taken an active part in scientific debate in Italy, as is demonstrated by the list of events it has participated in and the publications issued both through the reports and monographs it has brought out and its periodical «Geostorie». To favor dissemination of the journal, many recent editions have been made available online. Its network of scientific collaboration has broadened through time and makes it possible to guarantee constant dissemination of updated information concerning scholarly events and meetings both in Italy and in other European countries. In recent years, CISGE has stipulated scientific and cultural cooperation agreements with various Italian and foreign institutions. These agreements are intended to support and disseminate historicalgeographical and cartographic studies, as well as long-term territorial analyses useful for the management of territories, based on a variety of sources with multiple cognitive approaches, with ample space dedicated to historical cartographic works.
D'Ascenzo, A., Gallia, A., Masetti, C. (2018). The Historical Geography and the Italian Center for Historical-Geographical Studies (Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico-Geografici).
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