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  1. elena taddei says:

    Vortrag und Buchpräsentation Universität Trient im Rahmen des Forschungsschwerpunktes Psychiatriegeschichte

    Alla ricerca delle M e n T i p E r D u te
    Seminario permanente di storia sociale della psichiatria – Dipartimento di Scienze Umane e Sociali

    CICLO LETTERATURA E STORIA SOCIALE DELLA PSICHIATRIA:
    INCONTRO CON L’AUTORE

    Enrico Oliari: L’Omo delinquente.Scandali e delitti gay dall’Unità a Giolitti.ProspettivaEditrice 2010.

    PRESIEDE CASIMIRA GRANDI
    PARTECIPA ERMANNO ARREGHINI

    MARTEDÌ 25 MAGGIO 2010 ORE 17.30

    FACOLTA’ DI SOCIOLOGIA, VIA VERDI 26 SALA RIUNIONI III° PIANO

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