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The belly and in the belly

A short story - Materia e Arte 4 - cover

28 November 2019, room 113 - Conference

The belly and in the belly

Reflections on childhood from antiquity to today

Program

10 AM - INSTITUTIONAL GREETINGS

  • Elio Franzini, Rector of the University of Milan
  • Francesco Auxilia, Director of the Department of Biomedical Sciences for Health
  • Alberto Bentoglio, Director of the Department of Cultural and Environmental Heritage
  • Iole Fargnoli, Coordinator of the curriculum in Roman Law and Law of Antiquities of the Doctoral School in Legal Sciences
  • Patrizia Piacentini, Coordinator of the Doctorate in Literary, artistic and environmental heritage sciences

SESSION I: 10.30-13.30 - THE DIGNITY OF THE CHILD. LITERARY AND LEGAL ELEMENTS - Moderano: Cristina Cattaneo & Claudia Lambrugo

10.30-11.00 - Laura Pepe (University of Milan) - Fetuses and newborns between Athens and Gortyna

11.00-11.30 - Eva Cantarella (former University of Milan) - Ventrem locare

Coffee break (Former Presidency Room of the Faculty of Humanities)

12.00-12.30 - Claudia Storti (University of Milan) - Questions on childhood in medieval law

12.30-13.30 - Jacopo Tabolli (Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape for the provinces of Siena, Grosseto and Arezzo) and Massimo Cultraro (National Research Council) present the volume: C. Lambrugo (edited by), Una favola breve. Archeology and anthropology for the history of childhood

13.30-14.30 - Lunch break / buffet (Former Presidency Room of the Faculty of Humanities)

SESSION II: 14.30-18.30 - THE DIGNITY OF THE CHILD. ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL ELEMENTS - Moderano: Maristella Bergaglio & Laura Pepe

14.30-15.00 - Irene Maffi (Université de Lausanne) - Representations of pregnancy in Tunisia between biomedicine and theories of the Arab-Islamic tradition

15.00-15.30 - Maristella Bergaglio (University of Milan) - From the belly to the earth

15.30-16.00 - Claudia Lambrugo (University of Milan) - On the dignity of the fetus: some observations from archaeological data

16.00-17.00 - Visit of the Cà Granda & Coffee break (former Presidency Room of the Faculty of Humanities)

17.00-17.30 - Chrissy Bourbou (Université de Friborg CH; Senior Research Associate SNSF) - Little people, little things: The bioarchaeological and stable isotope study of the Aventicum non-adults, Roman Switzerland (1st-3rd c. AD)

17.30-18.00 - Cristina Cattaneo (University of Milan) - What can the skeletal heritage tell about childhood?

18.00-18.30 - Discussion with short scheduled interventions

Conference organized by: Maristella Bergaglio & - Claudia Lambrugo (Department of Cultural and Environmental Heritage); Laura Pepe (Department - of Private Law and History of Law); Cristina Cattaneo (Department of Biomedical Sciences for Health)

View / download the poster in pdf format: Conference-28-November-2019-poster

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Conference-28-November-2019-poster - jpg.