TuttoBarbero Unofficial collection of Professor Alessandro Barbero videos published on youtube from lessons, conferences, hystorical experiences.

About Alessandro Barbero
Alessandro Barbero (born April 30, 1959) is an Italian historian, novelist and essayist. Barbero was born in Turin. He attended the University of Turin, where he studied literature and Medieval history. He won the 1996 Strega Prize, Italy's most distinguished literary award, for Bella vita e guerre altrui di Mr. Pyle gentiluomo. His second novel, Romanzo russo. Fiutando i futuri supplizi, has been translated into English as The Anonymous Novel. Sensing the Future Torments (Sulaisiadar 'san Rudha: Vagabond Voices, 2010).
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alessandro_Barbero

Surf this website:
There are various ways to navigate this website:
  • in the various sections of the site the various videos can be consulted, searchable by category, by the most viewed or most shared content on youtube.
  • It is also possible, through free search, to search for videos by name, by content, by category or by tag.
  • Categories are distinguished by historical period and subsequently in subcategories, it is possible to select a specific historical period and view the videos, the site will then directly suggest the next video if linked to the same intervention (because already divided into several videos on youtube) or on the same topic or in the same historical period. It then possible to watch a video on a topic and then let the site suggest automatically another content by continuing the historical journey that has begun.
  • Videos are finally localized by geographical area. Again a specific historical path can continue automatically but be contextualized to a specific place.
  • You can also browse video with our interactive timeline.
To all lovers of history and Professor Barbero's videos: sit back and enjoy the journey!

On this collection, edited by Alessandro Braccini, the editor has no agreements with Professor Barbero other than the approval to collect and reclassify his material, freely distributed via the internet. This website is not linked nor has any relation with Professor Alessandro Barbero; as is for his author, Alessandro Braccini.

Alessandro Braccini
Passionate about history and Professor Barbero's videos, I decided to create this site to facilitate the use of the Professor's audiovisual contents in a single and organized container, and to give free access to anyone else interested.

For website logo and icon many thanks to my colleague Mirko Caccia: a great professional and a great friend. mirkocaccia.it