Carlo Greppi (Turin, 1982), researcher in Historical Studies, collaborates with Rai Storia as author, host and reporter, and is a member of the scientific committee of the Istituto piemontese per la storia della Resistenza and of the Contemporary Society "Giorgio Agosti". Founding member of the association Deina and president of the association Deina Torino, he organizes student training courses that explore the stories and the memories of the twentieth century. His book L’ultimo treno. Racconti del viaggio verso il lager (Donzelli, 2012) won the Ettore Gallo Award for beginners. He edited and translated the book Non c’è una fine. Trasmettere la memoria di Auschwitz (Bollati Boringhieri, 2017) by Piotr M. A. Cywinski, director of the Memorial and Museum of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Feltrinelli published the ebook La nostra Shoah. Italiani, sterminio, memoria (2015), the essay Uomini in grigio. Storie di gente comune nell’Italia della guerra civile (2016) and the young fiction novel Non stare indietro (2016), which tells the experience of a memory train going to Auschwitz.
20180625 - Palazzo Ciampoli
The guest will attend the event Illuminate the Future...by reading. Taobuk and Save the Children shared vision (11 am).