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Vol 5/II n.s. (December 2019)

RiMe 5/II n.s. is a miscellaneous Booklet composed of 6 articles and 3 book reviews. The first three articles deal with Medieval and Modern History, while the other three deal with closely interconnected themes of Contemporary History.

The first essay is a first historical and archaeological reading and opens new theories and research perspectives on the ruins of Cuccuru Casteddu in Sardinia, perhaps in relation to a Byzantine castle.
The second article is dedicated to the symbols of power and the use of images to achieve political aims, focusing in particular on Mariano IV judge of Arborea, Peter IV king of Aragon and Robert of Anjou, king of Naples, in the mid-14th century.
The third article is a chronological itinerary of Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba, from his youth in Spain in the service of the Crown to the wars of Naples that gave him the title of Gran Capitán and his subsequent political apogee as first viceroy of Naples.
The fourth text deals with the important issue of mobility after the 1970s, when immigration became a topic of growing interest even in the countries of southern Europe that became the final destination of migration.
At the centre of the fifth essay is the analysis of the macro-regional strategies of the European Union and the potential of a new Mediterranean macro-region to rethink and reform the European Union.
The sixth and last article rethinks the Mediterranean space by analysing the main works of Mohammed Arkoun (d. 2010), one of the most important contemporary Arab scholars. This operation allows to understand the centrality of the Mediterranean area between Islam and the West and the possibilities of its rebirth from the common geo-historical and geo-cultural horizon.

The booklet is closed by three book reviews dedicated 1) to the theme of health in Valencia in the 15th century; 2) to the models of settlement, filiation, promotion and devotion of the orders of the Poor Clares and Dominicans in the Iberian Peninsula, Sardinia, Naples and Sicily in the Middle Ages and, finally, 3) to the public authorities in the Crown of Aragon between the 14th and 16th centuries.

Published: 2019-12-31
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RiMe. Rivista dell'Istituto di Storia dell'Europa Mediterranea (ISSN 2035-794X) is an electronic Journal of studies on the Mediterranean, founded by the Institute of History of Mediterranean Europe (ISEM) of the italian National Research Council (CNR).

The Journal is multidisciplinary and brings together methodologies and critical paths in the field of Humanities and it is open to historical, literary, linguistic, philological, philosophical and anthropological contributions.

RiMe is aimed at scholars from different countries, bodies and research groups, in order to promote and support their collaboration around common scientific interests on themes and motives related to the historical identity of Mediterranean Europe and their varied external relations.

The Journal is intended as a place for reflection for an audience of specialists, and, at the same time, as a tool for disseminating the results of research in civil society.

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RiMe. Rivista dell'Istituto di Storia dell'Europa Mediterranea (ISSN 2035-794X) è una rivista elettronica di studi sul Mediterraneo, fondata dall'Istituto di Storia dell’Europa Mediterranea (ISEM) del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR).

La rivista è multidisciplinare, fa interagire metodologie e percorsi critici nell’ambito delle scienze umane ed è aperta a contributi di carattere storico, letterario, linguistico, filologico, filosofico, antropologico.

RiMe si rivolge a studiose e studiosi appartenenti a paesi, enti e gruppi di ricerca diversi, per promuoverne e sostenerne la collaborazione intorno ai comuni interessi scientifici sui temi e motivi legati all’identità storica dell'Europa mediterranea e alle loro variegate relazioni esterne.

La rivista si propone come organo di riflessione destinato a un pubblico di specialisti e, di pari passo, come strumento di disseminazione dei risultati delle ricerche nella società civile.