On 11 February 2021, at 6.30 pm, the conference by Maria Grazia Turco of the University of Rome La Sapienza will be held remotely, dedicated to "The archaeological walk and the role of Maria Pasolini". The intervention analyzes the complex events of the construction of the Archaeological Walk when, with the proclamation of the Unification of Italy, a heated debate on the conservation and enhancement of the ancient testimonies of the capital begins.
The AISU members assembly is convened remotely on Friday, 04 December 2020, at 5.30 pm.
The two volumes, “Multi-Ethnic cities in the Mediterranean World” have been published entitled Cultures and Practices of Coexistence from the Thirteenth Through the Seventeenth Centuries and Controversial Heritage and Divided Memories from the Nineteenth Through the Twentieth Centuries.
The brand-new book series Insights is delighted to announce its forthcoming first volume, expected to be released in autumn 2020. The book, entitled “The global city – The urban condition as pervasive phenomenon”.
It is with the utmost regret that the international committee of the EAUH has decided to postpone its 15th conference on Urban History in Antwerp 2-5 September 2020 to next year 1-4 September 2021. The chronology of the current worldwide pandemic and the outbreak of Covid-19 is too unpredictable, as are the national schedules of loosening…
Call for Papers “Compensation in architecture and archaeology – On compensation as a concept, method, and professional practice”
Scholars from Aalto University, Chalmers University of Technology, Kulturlandskapet, National Technical University and Tampere University have proudly joined forces in organizing a session on compensation in architecture and archaelolgy at 27th Annual meeting of EAA within the global objective “Widening Horizons”. This session is focusing on compensation as a concept, method, and professional practice in the conservation and development of cultural environments. Compensation represents a significant challenge reflected in a myriad of environmental laws and in local policies.
Cycle of formative meetings Places | People | Assets. Forms of knowledge and enhancement of the widespread cultural heritage
This cycle of meetings on the forms of knowledge and enhancement of widespread cultural heritage is proposed as an opportunity for training for employees of the public administration and for cultural and social operators, but is also aimed at teachers, researchers, university students and doctoral students interested in studying methodological issues and to discuss "good practices".
At the end of five years of activity of the "Armonie composte" project, in conjunction with the twenty years of the European Landscape Convention, the public meeting Benedict and European identity will be held electronically on 12 December. The landscape between ethics and economics.