• Reflections on theoretical and quantitative geography
    No 17 (2015)

    Domenico Camarda, Guest Editor

    This volume includes a second group of papers coming from research directly or indirectly related to the XIX ECTQG (European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography) biennial Conference, which took place in Bari, Italy, from September 3 to 7, 2015. The event was organized by the Technical University of Bari at the Italian CIHEAM (Centre International de Hautes Etudes Agronomiques Méditerranéennes) Institute in Valenzano, involving about 120 participants who presented nearly 150 papers written by more than 300 authors worldwide.

  • Reflections on theoretical and quantitative geography
    No 16 (2015)

    Domenico Camarda, Guest Editor

    This volume includes a first group of papers coming from research directly or indirectly related to the XIX ECTQG (European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography) biennial Conference, which took place in Bari, Italy, from September 3 to 7, 2015. The event was organized by the Polytechnic University of Bari at the Italian CIHEAM (Centre International de Hautes Etudes Agronomiques Méditerranéennes) Institute in Valenzano, involving about 120 participants who presented nearly 150 papers written by more than 300 authors worldwide.

  • Territorio: puntos de vista y perspectivas
    No 14 (2014)

    Clara Copeta, Guest Editor

    The present issue contains a first set of papers written in Spanish, oriented to Spanish-speaking audience.

    Papers are partly re-elaborations and updates of previous Plurimondi articles, partly newly written contributions.

  • Territorio: puntos de vista y perspectivas
    No 15 (2014)

    Clara Copeta, Guest Editor

    The present issue contains a second set of papers written in Spanish, oriented to Spanish-speaking audience.

    Papers are partly re-elaborations and updates of previous Plurimondi articles, partly newly written contributions.

  • Visions of city
    No 12 (2013)

    Clara Copeta, Guest Editor

  • The territories of united Italy 150 years later: between past and future
    No 11 (2012)

    Michele Romano, Biagio Salvemini, Guest Editors

  • Looking for multi-dimensional territories
    No 10 (2012)

    Dino Borri, Biagio Salvemini, Carla Tedesco, Guest Editors

  • Territories: Views and perspectives
    No 9 (2011)

    Clara Copeta, Guest Editor

  • Antinomos: Dilemmas in water supply and sanitation technologies
    No 8 (2011)

    Dino Borri and Laura Grassini, Guest Editors.

    This issue contains a second set of papers coming from scientific activities directly or indirectly related to the EU-funded project ANTINOMOS “A knowledge network for solving real life water problems in developing countries: Bridging contrasts” (EU-FP6). We are grateful to the EU for the financial support given to the ANTINOMOS project. Special thanks are due to our colleagues of the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari, who hosted the final ANTINOMOS conference where the papers of this issue were presented; to Alessandra Ricciardelli, who made the English proof reading and the editing of the volume; to Rossella Stufano who made the graphic design and the final editing of the volume, to Lucia Zambrini and Flavia Milone, who strongly supported the organization of the ANTINOMOS conference.

  • Antinomos: Dilemmas in water supply and sanitation technologies
    No 7 (2010)

    Dino Borri and Laura Grassini, Guest Editors.

    This issue contains a first set of papers coming from scientific activities directly or indirectly related to the EU-funded project ANTINOMOS “A knowledge network for solving real life water problems in developing countries: Bridging contrasts” (EU-FP6). We are grateful to the EU for the financial support given to the ANTINOMOS project. Special thanks are due to our colleagues of the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari, who hosted the final ANTINOMOS conference where the papers of this issue were presented; to Alessandra Ricciardelli, who made the English proof reading and the editing of the volume; to Rossella Stufano who made the graphic design and the final editing of the volume, to Lucia Zambrini and Flavia Milone, who strongly supported the organization of the ANTINOMOS conference.

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