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Villa Vigoni in times of the Coronavirus: Impressions and experiences of friends and supporters

Italy on hold: In order to contain the spread of the coronavirus infection, schools and universities remain closed throughout Italy until April 3, in accordance with the Prime Ministerial Decree. At Villa Vigoni, as in many other institutions, all events have been cancelled until that date.

At this time, it is even more important for us to send a signal of life: the mission of Villa Vigoni goes on!

Here we collecting impressions and experiences, and leave the floor to friends and supporters of Villa Vigoni:

Clemens Albrecht, Professor for Cultural Sociology at the University of Bonn (Link to PDF file):

Michael Sommer, Professor at the Department of History, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg:


Johanna Gremme, coordinator of "Vigoni Forum for young people":


Falk Bretschneider of FMSH Paris, Projectpartner Trilateral Research Conferences:


Ubaldo Villani-Lubelli, Historian of political institutions of the University of Salento e DAAD Fellow: