ESACH MEETING GENOA 2019

University of Genoa, the 3rd - 4th - 5th of October 2019 #ESACHmeetingGenoa

Programme

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Second ESACH Meeting Genoa 2019 / Palazzo Reale de Genova


International lecturers

GRIGOR ANGJEIU
Regional Coordinator for Europe of the ICOMOS EWG
PhD in Engneering · Polytechnic University of Milán, Italy

Participation and integration of emerging professionals within ICOMOS- The Emerging Professionals Working Group -EPWG

More information: https://www.icomos.org/en/what-we-do/disseminating-knowledge/icomos-working-groups?showall=1

JULIA SALAMADRY
Máster in Law · University of Wroclaw, Poland

Cultural Heritage in the Event of Armed Conflict from the perspective of International Law

HÉCTOR MANUEL ALIAGA DE MIGUEL
MArch in Architecture; MA in Cultural Heritage in the 21st Century: Management and Research. Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain

Sustainable Tourism Developement. Analysis and actions to solve the impact of mass tourism on Cultural Heritage and coastal cities, by the use of new technologies adn transnational co-operation

DAVID JIMÉNEZ LÓPEZ
Leader of the External Communication Group - ESACH Coodination Committee; ESACH Madrid Coordinator
MA in Cultural Heritage in the 21st Century: Management and Research. Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

Analysis of the National Plan of Cultural Landscape - A Spanish and European vision

ALLEND BAMERNI
MSc in Heritage & Architecture · Techniche Universiteit Delf, Netherlands

Balancing Cultural Heritage Analyses & Ethnographic Research Methods Towards A Sustainable Future

ZUZANA SIHELNÍKOVÁ
PhD student of Mediamatics and Cultural Heritage · University of Zilina, Slovakia

Rising from the Ashes: How to Map Extinct Jewish Community?

LEVENT TÖKÜN
MA Candidate in World Heritage Studies and Cultural Heritage · Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany · Deakin University, Australia

Small changes big differences: the revised Heritage Interpretation Master Plan of the Islamic museum of Australia


Galery of photographs

First day
Presentation of ESACH network, international conferences and first tour around Vía Balbi

Second day
Second tour around Prè neighborhood, San Giovanni di Prè church and Royal Palace; round table sessions about the study and enhacement of cultural heritage though new technologies, and the mediation of contemporary arts.

Third day
Workshop "Enhacement of Prè Neighborhood".


This Second ESACH Meeting was hosted by the Università degli Studi di Genova and organized by the members of ESACH Genoa