Thesis

In this section you will find some  degree thesis in  history, geography, art history, architecture or in any case centered on the Umbertidese and neighboring territory.

 

The research works, in part or complete, are kindly granted by the authors. The lyrics  they appear as they were made at the time of the thesis defense and have not been revised. The works are visible by clicking on the relative image but are not downloadable either  printable.

However, we believe that creating a space to make individual studies made so far visible can help the development of historical and social interest in our country and our environment.

Thanks at the moment in chronological order:  Anna Maria Boldrini with her work on the rural architecture of the area, Daniela Giovannoni for the work of her sister Cesarina Giovannoni on the Fratta from 1796 to 1814,  Valentina Pannacci on the Rocca di Umbertite and its use for contemporary art,  Diego Simonetti who took care of the development of our municipality from agricultural to industrial,  Alessandro Venturelli who attempted to develop a project for the eventual reuse of an abandoned railway area.

 

Their theses can be reached from the vertical menu below (version for desktop and tablet).

"Rural architecture in the upper Tiber Valley: Umbertide in the 16th century"

by Anna Maria Boldrini

 

Academic year 1990-91

University of Perugia

"Events of an Umbrian village in the French age. Fratta (now Umbertide) from 1796 to 1814"

by Cesarina Giovannoni

 

Academic year 1968-69

University of Perugia

 

"Introduction and Chapter 1"

extracted  from

"La Rocca di Umbertide exhibition center for contemporary art"

by Valentina Pannacci

 

Academic year 2005-2006

University of Perugia

"Umbertide dall'Unità d'Italia alla caduta della destra storica (1860-1876)"

di Gioia Rondini
 

Anno Accademico 1979-80
Università degli Studi di Perugia​

 

"Local development of the Municipality of Umbertide"

by Diego Simonetti

academic year

University of Perugia

taken from
“City Market Museum of Umbertide. Restoration and reuse of an abandoned railway area "

by Alessandro Venturelli

academic year 2012/13

School of Architecture  

University of Florence

NB: The work is a study on the possible reuse of the railway workshops  with internal technical tables when the disposal was thought:  

- Complete historical table where the historical vicissitudes of the structure are reconstructed with the expansion over time of the Mechanical Workshops.

- extract from the table SURVEY OF THE STRUCTURE SECTIONS  CURRENT

- extract from the table URBAN ANALYSIS AND FLOWS CONNECTION - CON  PLANIVOLUMETRIC

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