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Monthly Archives: June, 2013

Naples – Memory

Not red, white and green: Naples, the rainbow city by Lorenza Gianfrancesco (Royal Holloway University of London) The home of pizza.  A place where Maradona and other footballers are honoured … Continue reading

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Naples – Academia

 Naples: reading and learning from an ordinary city by Nick Dines (University of Roma Tre) While I may be loathe to using the term ‘unique’ in my writing on cities, … Continue reading

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Naples – Critic’s corner

Staging a city: progressive rock in Naples in the Seventies by Stefano Bragato In modern times, music has often mirrored young generations’ lives and feelings. Youth has found in music … Continue reading

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Naples – Voices

Can you study Neapolitan History while based in London? by Thomas Denman (University of Reading) I am a PhD candidate studying the history of Neapolitan art in the early seventeenth … Continue reading

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