Titled as "Euro-Latin America partnership in natural Risk mitigation and protection of the Cultural Heritage" and centered on the University of Basilicata in Italy, ELARCH program proposes operational and interdisciplinary studies, questioning the limits between the areas of research and its current academic production of knowledge. The research project is developed from a common theoretical basis and it is dialoguing by questioning current issues of maintenance, appropriation, protection and individuation of cultural and historical heritages. Such studies, ranging from engineering to architecture and history fields, are focused on issues related to the different cultural heritages of several countries, as well as on its value as a world cultural heritage or its political position inside of a “occidental memory”. The common goal of the ELARCH project is to propose a scientific cooperation between different research areas in the Protection field of Cultural Heritage, its analysis and risk mitigation. The works developed analyze heritage such as hydraulic resources, castles, churches, but also cultural productions and theoretical issues of national memory’s policy in different countries. The program is also dialoguing with UNESCO Chairs, for the extension of the project to non-university community and also for connection with different universities and researches.

O Projeto ELARCH: interdisciplinaridade e estudos experimentais na área de Herança Cultural (ELARCH Project: interdisciplinarity and experimental studies in the field of cultural heritage)

Michelangelo Laterza;Giuseppe Andrisani;Michele D’amato;
2016

Abstract

Titled as "Euro-Latin America partnership in natural Risk mitigation and protection of the Cultural Heritage" and centered on the University of Basilicata in Italy, ELARCH program proposes operational and interdisciplinary studies, questioning the limits between the areas of research and its current academic production of knowledge. The research project is developed from a common theoretical basis and it is dialoguing by questioning current issues of maintenance, appropriation, protection and individuation of cultural and historical heritages. Such studies, ranging from engineering to architecture and history fields, are focused on issues related to the different cultural heritages of several countries, as well as on its value as a world cultural heritage or its political position inside of a “occidental memory”. The common goal of the ELARCH project is to propose a scientific cooperation between different research areas in the Protection field of Cultural Heritage, its analysis and risk mitigation. The works developed analyze heritage such as hydraulic resources, castles, churches, but also cultural productions and theoretical issues of national memory’s policy in different countries. The program is also dialoguing with UNESCO Chairs, for the extension of the project to non-university community and also for connection with different universities and researches.
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