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Il pensiero critico fra geografia e scienza del territorio

Scritti su Massimo Quaini
  • Edited by:
  • Daniela Poli,
  • Roberta Cevasco,
  • Carlo Alberto Gemignani,
  • Luisa Rossi,

Massimo Quaini (1941-2017) was one of the most eminent figures in geography. A group of scholars dedicate this book to him in order to keep unwinding, in the world’s labyrinth, the thread of his reflections, that placed geography among territorial sciences making them object of civil commitment. His critical, transdisciplinary thinking did never recognize boundaries but only fruitful differences of perspective: his highest legacy, perhaps, lays in this impulse to integrate different skills (of historians, poets, archaeologists, ecologists, planners…) to return the world’s places their value. This is therefore not a typical ‘in memoriam’ book on Quaini’s topics but, as we dare say, a book with Quaini.

  • Keywords:
  • Massimo Quaini,
  • geography/geographies,
  • territorial sciences/science,
  • critical thinking,
  • legacy,
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Daniela Poli

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-7465-7713

Roberta Cevasco

University of Gastronomic Sciences of Pollenzo, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-6298-7424

Carlo Alberto Gemignani

University of Parma, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0001-8106-9592

Luisa Rossi

University of Parma, Italy

Roberta Cevasco, Associate Professor of Geography and Historical ecology at the University of Gastronomic Sciences, Pollenzo Campus.

Carlo Alberto Gemignani, Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Parma.

Daniela Poli, Full Professor of Urban planning and technique at the University of Florence.

Luisa Rossi, former Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Parma and at the PhD Programme in Historical geography directed by Massimo Quaini.
Table of Contents
I. Massimo Quaini geografo critico

Giorgio Mangani

L’Alto e il Basso
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pp.3-33


II. Geografie
III. Paesaggio e territorio

Alberto Magnaghi

Massimo Quaini, territorialista
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pp.125-140


Anna Marson

Massimo Quaini, studioso del paesaggio
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pp.155-169


Paola Pressenda, Maria Luisa Sturani

Paesaggio e musei: sulle tracce di Massimo Quaini
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pp.171-185


IV. Esperienze di ricerca

Carlo Alberto Gemignani

Massimo Quaini: la Liguria labirinto e laboratorio
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pp.229-244


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pp.245-258


Anna Maria Stagno, Vittorio Tigrino

Lo sguardo del geografo: Massimo Quaini, l’archeologia, la storia
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pp.259-275


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pp.295-310


V. Contributi per una biografia

Annalisa D'Ascenzo, Elena Dai Prà, Anna Guarducci, Carla Masetti, Massimo Rossi

Massimo Quaini e il CISGE
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pp.327-344


Appendice

Valentina De Santi

Massimo Quaini. Bibliografia 1963-2020
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pp.375-397


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Book Title

Il pensiero critico fra geografia e scienza del territorio

Book Subtitle

Scritti su Massimo Quaini

Editors

Daniela Poli, Roberta Cevasco, Carlo Alberto Gemignani, Luisa Rossi

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Number of Pages

426

Publication Year

2021

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© 2021 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/978-88-5518-322-2

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978-88-5518-321-5

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978-88-5518-322-2

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Territori

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2704-5978

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2704-579X

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