Elena Svalduz was elected President of AISU
Short curricular profile
Confirmed associate professor of History of Architecture (ICAR / 18) at the Department of Cultural Heritage: Archeology, History of Art, Cinema and Music - DBC of the University of Padua; in 2018 you obtained the qualification in the first band.
PhD in History of Architecture and Urban Planning at the Iuav University of Venice, she was a lecturer at the Venice International University, at the Iuav (Faculty of Planning and Faculty of Architecture) and adjunct professor at the Graduate study program Economics and Techniques for Conservation of Architectural and Environmental Heritage (University of Nova Gorica). He currently teaches history of architecture (bachelor's degree program Design and management of cultural tourism), history of the city and territory (master's degree course History of art), cities and architecture in travel (master's degree course Tourism Culture Sustainability) at the DBC and is the owner of the History of Contemporary Architecture Laboratory at the ICEA Department (Civil and Environmental Engineering).
He is a member of the teaching staff of the Doctoral School in History, Criticism and Conservation of Cultural Heritage and of the School of Specialization in Historic-Artistic Heritage (since 2013); of the board of directors of AISU (Italian Association of Urban History) since 2017; Steering Commettee member of Visualizing Venice / Visualizing Cities since 2017; curator with Gianmario Guidarelli of the project and of the series "Armonie composte" on the monastic landscape (www.armoniecomposte.org), is currently the contact person for the knowledge and enhancement of the historic sites owned by the University of Padua (2021-2022).
Publications (short selection)
From castle to 'city': Carpi and Alberto Pio (1472-1530), Rome, Officina edizioni, 2001; The ambition to be a city. Small, large centers in Renaissance Italy, Venice, Veneto Institute of Sciences, Letters and Arts, 2004; The Muneghe village in Mestre. History of a site for the city, Venice, Marsilio, 2010 and volume VI of the series The Italian Renaissance and Europe (Places, spaces, architecture), Treviso-Costabissara, Angelo Colla publisher, 2010 (with Donatella Calabi); Small Mice, Large palaces: From Urbino to Carpi, in A Renaissance Architecture of Power. Princely Palaces in the Italian Quattrocento, edited by S. Beltramo, F. Cantatore, M. Folin, Leiden / Boston, Brill, 2016, pp. 235-262; The built landscape, the landscape in art, curated by Gianmario Guidarelli and Elena Svalduz, Padua, Padua University Press, 2017; Architectural and urban change over time: the school, church, and monastery of Santa Maria della Carità, in Visualizing Venice: Mapping and Modeling Time and Change in a City, edited by A. Giordano, K. Lanzoni and C. Bruzelius, London and New York, Routledge Press, 2018, pp. 36-42; Architecture and landscape: the Venetian villa in the Renaissance, in The Venetian landscape in the European Renaissance. Languages, representations, exchanges, edited by Andrea Caracausi, Marsel Grosso, Vittoria Romani, Milan, Officina Libraria, 2020, pp. 133-150; (with Gianmario Guidarelli), Venetia reflected on the water: hypotheses and new research, in "in-bo", vol. 12, no. 16, 2021, pp. 140-155; The prince and his church. San Nicolò and the convent of the Friars in Carpi, curated by Manuela Rossi, Andrea Giordano, Gianmario Guidarelli, Elena Svalduz, Modena, Panini 2022.