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online Programme 2021
Archaeological Parks and Museums:
management approaches and community involvement

International School of Cultural Heritage

The 2021 edition of the International School of Cultural Heritage is an online Programme dedicated to bringing together Italian and foreign professionals from countries of the Mediterranean area, on issues related to the care and management of archaeological parks and museums.
The International School is a permanent laboratory for sharing knowledge and experiences; for each edition, a geographical area of origin of the participants and a thematic area of investigation are defined.
The 2021 Programme, exclusively online, is conceived as a natural follow-up of the successful residential experience of the inaugural edition of 2019-2020; it is designed to deepen the initiated reflection on the daily practice of the care and management of the archaeological heritage.

the programme

A calendar of webinars and working round tables bring crucial issues to the attention of the participants: the role of research and digital technologies in the protection, conservation and enhancement of the archaeological heritage; the importance of effective financial management tools; the attention to the community and different audiences in the creation of inclusive projects; the increasing need to effectively strengthen the relationships between culture heritage sites and their environmental and landscape contexts.

Collaborative dialogue among professionals operating in the various invited countries favours the sharing of effective working methods that can be applied in different geographical contexts. Therefore, not only a cycle of lectures (webinars), but also subsequent moments of in-depth study and comparison (the working round tables).

Schedule: lectures and round tables

how

During the webinar, open to all Programme participants, the speaker from one of the Italian institutions involved presents an actual specific work experience. At the end of the presentation, space is given to the participants’ questions.

After a few days, at a working round table, some of the participants, professionally most interested in the topic of the webinar, can bring their own experiences on the subject and deepen the discussion on the elements that have emerged. To guarantee a deeper confrontation, the working round table is open to a very limited number of participants, selected on the basis of their specific working interests.

who

The Programme involves the 12 countries already invited to participate in the 2019-2020 edition: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq, Ethiopia. The participants are professionals active in the cultural heritage sector, selected by the competent institutions of their countries of origin.

Professionals working in Italian public and private institutions, research or conservation institutions, museums or archaeological parks are involved in the Programme as speakers, to share their work experience, often of excellence, on specific issues.

ongoing activities

some additional details

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The Carabinieri Command for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, tasks and operations
Alfio Gullotta, Comando Carabinieri per la tutela del patrimonio culturale

New governance model from the Archaeological Park of Campi Flegrei
Fabio Pagano, Enrico Gallocchio, Parco archeologico dei Campi Flegrei

Beyond archaeology: green areas and shores: management, enhancement and sustainable development of territorial resources

Flora Berizzi, Area archeologica e museo nazionale delle Grotte di Catullo

Conservation, management and participatory approaches that can make Herculaneum more resilient to future shortages of resources or institutional instability
Francesco Sirano, Paola Pesaresi, Ascanio D’Andrea, Stefania, Parco Archeologico di Ercolano

Tools for building bridges between public and private institutions
Stefano Karadjov, Fondazione Brescia Musei

Accessibility to the archaeological heritage – why we need to think it as a process rather than a condition
Gabriel Zuchtriegel, Parco archeologico di Paestum e Velia

The Via Appia Antica in Rome, from the urban context to the countryside: a path of connection and enhancement
Luigi Oliva, Parco Archeologico dell’Appia antica

From protection to community involvement: the Agri-gentium project and public archaeology interventions in the Park of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento
Mariaconcetta Parello, Parco Archeologico della Valle dei Templi, Agrigento

A methodological proposal for the documentation and enhancement of the cultural landscape through virtual reality environments. The Tiber Valley Virtual Museum
Eva Pietroni e Daniele Ferdani, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Archaeological research, universities and international archaeological missions: the experience of Italian Archaeological School of Athens
Emanuele Papi, Scuola archeologica italiana di Atene

Communicating by involving: museum engagement methods and strategies through the web and social networks. The experience of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia
Valentino Nizzo, Museo nazionale etrusco di Villa Giulia

Sharing and multiplying knowledge: learning Italian through art at the Egyptian Museum
Alessia Fassone, Museo Egizio di Torino

Drafting a multi-year strategic management plan
Antonella Carlo, Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli con Ludovico Solima

EGYPT
Mr Sayed Abuelfadi OTHMAN AHMED, senior curator, National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation
Mr Mostafa Mohamed ALSAGHIR, archaeologist, Director of Karnak Temple
Mr Mohamed Ali ABDELBAR, curator, Mallawi Museum
Ms  Asmaa Mostafa AHMED, archaeologist
Mr Ahmed Motawea SHAIKHON, archaeologist

ETHIOPIA
Ms Selam AREAYA, sculpture consevator
Mr Samuel  GEBREGIZABIHER, archaeology and palaeontology expert
Mr Yosef TEFERA, prehistoric archaeology curator
Ms Soliyana SIYOUM,  cultural Heritage site manager
Mr Thomas  MULUGETA, cultural Heritage site manager

ISRAEL
Mr Eldad GREENFIELD, senior architect, Israel Antiquity Authority
Ms Michal HALEVI-BAR., landscape architect, responsible for site of ancient Jaffa, Israel Antiquities Authority
Mr Gavriel SOLOMON, senior conservator, director of conservation and maintenance teams, Israel Antiquities Authority
Mr Shachar PUNI, senior conservation expert, Israel Antiquities Authority

JORDAN
Ms Maysoon  Ali Sulaieman AL AFEEF Antiquities Inspector, curator of antiquities exhibition Directorate of Antiquities of Jarash
Mr Salameh Ahmad FAYYAD,  Director Antiquities office of Al-Kora district
Mr Mohammad Yousef  ALKHARABSHEH, archaeologist
Mr Mohammad Abdullah NASER, archaeologist, Head of Illicit Trafficking Unit in the Department of Antiquities of Jordan

LEBANON    

Ms Myriam ZIADE, archaeologist, Regional Director of Saida and South of Mount Lebanon, Directorate General of Antiquities
Ms Rita LICHAA, archaeologist, North District of Lebanon, Directorate General of Antiquities
Ms Linda  HAKIM, architect,  WH sites supervisor, Directorate General of Antiquities
Mr Raffi GERGIAN, architect-restorer and archaeologist, Regional director of archaeological sites in Beqaa, Directorate General of Antiquities.

MOROCCO
Mr Youssef  RADI ALAOUI, architecte en Chef Principal, Inspecteur des Monuments Historiques et sites à Casablanca, Direction du Patrimoine Culturel
Mr Abderrahime  EL BERTAI, archaeologist, Conservator of the site of  Volubilis
Ms Nisrine  SAFI, archaeologist, Conservator of the médinas of Azemmour and El Jadida
Ms Rabiaa HARRAK, architecte en Chef Principal, Direction du Patrimoine Culturel

TURKEY
Ms Bilir MAKBULE BURCU, architect, culture and tourism exhibition expert and archaelogist, General Directorate of Cultural Heritage and Museums
Mr Mahmut AKPINAR,  senior expert, Strategy Department, General Directorate of Monuments and Museums (KVMGM)
Ms Mine ҀIFҀI, museum researcher, Ankara Anatolian Civilisations Museums
Mr Ömer BALAMIR, culture and tourism expert at Ministry of Culture and Tourism,  General Directorate of Cultural Heritage and Museums

Associated participants
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Ms. Pauline Martha KULSTAD GONZALEZ archaeologist and researcher
EL SALVADOR
Ms. Karla Raquel LOPEZ AGUILAR archaeologist, Ministry of Culture

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