The page presents the results of the project "Venezia dopo Venezia" carried out by Antonio Trampus (P.I.), Giulia Delogu and Fabio D'Angelo at the DSLCC - Ca' Foscari University of Venice in collaboration with the Istituto Regionale per la Cultura Istriano-Fiumano-Dalmata of Trieste, which, along with the Veneto Region, funded this research. Other institutional partners are the Società Istriana di Archeologia e Storia Patria of Trieste and the Centro di Ricerche Storiche of Rovigno . A complete recollection of the results is published in the volume Venezia dopo Venezia. Città porto, reti commerciali e circolazione delle notizie nel bacino portuale veneziano tra Settecento e Novecento (Trieste, Fiume, Pola e l’area istriano-dalmata), ed. A. Trampus (Trieste, 2019)
The main goal of this page is to make available and accessible the Atlas of Port Cities. The Atlas - which can be implemented by other research and other data - has the main purpose of asking historiographical questions, stimulating new research, reflecting on the opportunity of using interdisciplinary tools to understand the political, cultural, social and economic history of the Adriatic basin.
NETWORKS OF COMMERCE AND INFORMATION. The first part of the Atlas highlights the nodes and networks that have allowed over time to continue to conceive the area of the upper Adriatic as a complex system, where the different subjects (city-port and free ports) did not move in a logic of simple competition but in a logic of complementarity. The sources used are not only economic-statistical, but also related to information and culture.
PLACES OF NEGOTIATION. The second part of the Atlas analyzes the development of the urban spaces of port cities (Trieste, Pola, Fiume), to verify the degree of interpenetration and integration between port and city both overlapping the historical topography to the current one, and locating the places destined to the government of the city and to the negotiation and composition of the various social instances