This intensive international summer school program will equip participants with skills to build collaborative projects in heritage and regional development research, with a focus on large scale cultural and natural landscapes.
Participants will explore information and data formats for heritage identification, description and representation and discuss the role of local or indigenous communities in determining the value of heritage. The objective of the program is to research and re-create both existing and lost historical contexts of complex and large-scale areas. The program is composed of two weeks with distinct coordinated activities. Participants can apply separately for one week or for the overall comprehensive two-week program.