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1. Aspetti del Primitivismo in Italia - Borgogelli, Alessandra; Bonzano, Raffaella; Cavallini, Francesco; Nardoni, Pierluca
Nei primi due decenni del Novecento si diffonde anche in Italia uno stile espressionista, in cui le icone sintetiche del Simbolismo sono sottoposte a un trattamento brutale che elimina richiami ultra-terreni a favore di “visioni” crude e immanenti, caratterizzate da una ripresa sistematica del passato italiano. Questo “Primitivismo” si attua anche grazie a una potente “deformazione”, soprattutto in Toscana. La “linea sintetica” dell’arte toscana evidenzia il rapporto che lega gli artisti del periodo ai predecessori Macchiaioli, soffermandosi sui alcuni protagonisti (Lorenzo Viani, Spartaco Carlini, Moses Levy, Amedeo Modigliani), fino agli sconfinamenti regressivi nel mondo popolare ed infantile che nel caso...

2. Mascagni, Mocchi, Sonzogno. La Società Teatrale Internazionale (1908-1931) e i suoi protagonisti - Paoletti, Matteo
Fondata nel 1908, la Società Teatrale Internazionale (STIn) nasce con lo scopo di superare la crisi del teatro lirico attraverso una rivoluzione secondo criteri “industriali” dei modelli ottocenteschi di produzione, riunendo intorno a un capitale imponente, organizzato in una società anonima per azioni, i principali protagonisti della scena teatrale dell'Italia liberale (in primis Pietro Mascagni, gli editori Edoardo e Renzo Sonzogno, l'agente Walter Mocchi, il soprano Emma Carelli). Attiva fino al 1931, la società verrà liquidata dal Governatorato fascista di Roma, che diventato azionista nel 1926 troverà nella STIn – e nel teatro di sua proprietà, il Costanzi – un...

3. Il danzatore come terapeuta - Sorti, Roberta
The dancer as a therapist. Why the dancer as a therapist? Which are the qualities of the dancer the distinctive aspects of the artistic temperament, the knowledge acqui- red in dance-movement training, that support and feed the therapeutic approach? This author wish to share a series of observation that aim to emphasize the rich wea- ving between the artistic experience and the practice of a dance movement therapist. After a brief observation of particular aspects that belong to artistic/creative process as well as to the psychological/therapeutic ones, with the aims of understanting where they match or differ, some elements are introduced...

4. L'istante che cura - Rossi, Oliviero
The instant that heals. A snapshot can be a privileged access to self-knowledge. The fragment of time that composes it becomes the footprint, the trace of existence that contains it, promoting the possibility of a dialogue between the “I observer” and the observed “myself-image”.

5. Il Fotocollage tra arte e terapia - Korth, Sabine; Manca, Alessandra
“Dissociate and associate”. Sabine Korth’s credo in life and work Photo collage, an artistic language and a precious tool for the self-inquiry: act, com- bine, match, eliminate, get involved, produce and let yourself be carried away deliber- ately by the creative flow A transformative journey” by Alessandra Manca Photo Collage in group work: a voyage and a simple and immediate tool. It reveals, through the creative stimulus, in an inherent and underlying way, unique options and skills: combines, superimposes and creates links between one’s own narrative and that of the other.

6. Dalla sensazione all’espressione: metafore, sinestesie e ossimori nei “now moments” delle parole poetiche e della prassi terapeutica - Caterina, Roberto
From sensation to expression: metaphors, synaesthesia and oxymora in the “now moments” of poetry and clinical sessions. “Now moments” according to Daniel Stern are special and critical moments that happen within a psychotherapy session or, more in general, within a significant relationship: empathy and strong bonds are part of those moments as well as unpredictable and unavoidable outcomes. Interpersonal love relationships are made of such contrasting elements that imply surprise effects but also the growing of mutual and reassuring links. The aim of this paper is to show how also in the poetry structures “now moments” play an important role....

7. Il SoulCollage® nell’esperienza di un gruppo di scrittura autobiografica a mediazione artistica - Bocci, Laura
SoulCollage® in the experience of a group of autobiographical writing in artistic mediation. SoulCollage® is a method of collage that is rooted in Jungian theories and humanistic psychology. Developed in the ‘80s, in America, by Seena Frost, Jungian psychoanalyst, it invites and guides – according to a specific methodo- logy – to the construction a “deck” of cards which, taken all together, represent the uniqueness and multiplicity of the person. Based on the principle of freedom of asso- ciation (in the choice of the images) and what Jung, in his Red Book , called “active imagination”, is easy, fun and...

8. Sul sentiero di Esculapio: arte del curare tra innovazione ed invarianza - Boccalon, Roberto
On the trail of Asclepius: the art of treating between innovation and stead- fastness. Artists and therapists, from antiquity till today, have crossed their courses and boundaries. Aestetic and clinical dimension cross with deep levels of uman expe- rience. Art Therapy can offer an innovator perspective, but Asclepius’s mith puts in evidence the phantasmatic plot that forms a steadfastness element. Artists and thera- pists should beweare of mere technical details, but also boundless emotions. Therapists, beyond technical innovation, should be concious of phantasmatic plot in the helping relation, for avoiding malpractice and burn out risks.

9. Nei panni dei nostri pazienti - Belgiojoso, Francesca
"In your patients’ shoes". Why do we go to the psychologist? What happens during a psychological interview? What are the differences between the various theoretical ap- proaches? The psychological culture is still little known and there are many questions to which there are no answers. From the meeting between a video artist and a psy- chotherapist was produced a video that allows us to listen to what the psychologist and the patient say to each other. The text presents and comments on this collabora- tion and this experience and proposes an interview by Francesca Belgiojoso with Francesco Bertocco, author of...

10. Il contratto di trasferimento di tecnologia nel diritto Cinese. - Carpi, Angela
Il trasferimento di tecnologia è uno dei pilastri dello sviluppo economico cinese contemporaneo. Tale trasferimento è soggetto ad un quadro normativo specifico e complesso che è essenziale conoscere se si intende intraprendere una attività di import/export con il gigante asiatico. Il presente studio, seppure brevemente, si propone di ricostruire la normativa cinese in materia di contratti per il trasferimento di tecnologia.

11. Environmental Law Survey 2014
Within the EGP Project “The Capacity Building of Environmental Justice and Guarding Environmental Rights in Western China”, the scholars of the University of Bologna, partner of the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) and its Center for Legal Assistance to Pollution Victims (CLAPV), have worked on an Environmental Law Survey so as to provide to the interested public – in particular, Chinese judges, lawyers, academics, and civil society as a whole – with the most interesting and recent judicial decisions or pieces of Environmental Law legislations developed in the most relevant legal fields. The choice has fallen on...

12. Theories on stress / Teorie sullo stress - Bottaccioli, Francesco; Rulli, Giovanni
Two theories on stress are introduced. The first one proposes the unification of the two great research traditions on stress, biological and psychological, within a systemic science, psychoneuroendocrineimmunologic, aimed at both explaining the complex interaction between different levels of stress incidence on health and disease, and integrating the care of the others and the care of oneself. The other theory, oriented towards the study and the improvement of human being's condition, especially well-being at work, criticizes the psychological interpretative perspectives. According to this theory, stress is conceived as a psychoneuroendocrineimmune process, while health and prevention are seen as perfectible processes....

13. La lezione di Malatesta Novello - Dionigi, Ivano

14. Processi di efficacia somatica - Marsciani, Francesco
Contributo 4 a una riflessione sull'idea di "immagine", per la descrizione di fenomeni di significazione.

15. Tempi sospesi - Marsciani, Francesco
Contributo 3 ad una riflessione intorno all'idea di "immagine", per la descrizione di fenomeni di significazione.

16. La flamme d'une chandelle - Marsciani, Francesco
Contributo 2 a una riflessione intorno all'idea di "immagine", per la descrizione di fenomeni di significazione.

17. Le travail de soudure pour l’ingénierie nucléaire / Il lavoro di saldatura per l’ingegneria nucleare - Maggi, Bruno; Faïta, Daniel; Rulli, Giovanni
A welding work process in a plant for the production of heavy components for the nuclear industry is analyzed through two different methodologies. The first analysis concerns the work of welders, according to the Méthode de l’Auto-confrontation, proposed by Daniel Faïta and widely utilized in France. An organizational analysis, extended to a biomedical analysis of health and safety conditions of workers, concerns the whole welding process, according to the Method of Organizational Congruences, proposed by Bruno Maggi, and adopted for three decades within the Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-being”. The two methods’ complementarity and synergy, already discussed in previous...

18. Linee guida sulla comunicazione istituzionale dei rischi - Albanesi, Cinzia; Pietrantoni, Luca; Cicognani, Elvira; Zani, Bruna

19. Child/machine interaction in reflexive environment. The MIROR platform - Addessi, Anna Rita
This paper introduces the MIROR Platform, an innovative adaptive device for music and dance education, proposed in the framework of the EU-ICT project MIROR-Musical Interaction Relying On Reflexion. In concluding the MIROR project, 3 software applications (MIROR-Impro, MIROR-Compo and MIROR-Body Gesture) and the draft version of the User’s and Teacher’s Guides have been accomplished. In this paper, the technological and pedagogical principles of the MIROR platform, notably the “reflexive interaction” paradigm, the 3 applications and related experiments will be introduced. Finally, the draft of the full architecture of the platform is presented.

20. Workshop Nazionale NIR 2013 - Note Interregionali di Ingegneria della Sicurezza nello scavo di gallerie: Origine, evoluzione, applicazioni e futuri sviluppi del nuovo approccio alla progettazione della sicurezza

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