Detecting and interpreting landscape transformations


The study of historicallandscapes has been radically renewed through new theoretical-methodological perspectives including
the introduction of increasingly sophisticated investigative techniques.
Within the context of a more generai research program concerning the area between the Alps and the Adriatic islands (IRAAHL), the object of this Summer School is to learn how to use ali available sources to study the dynamics of landscapes through time in order to reconstruct their environmental, social and economie evolution.
This Summer School, which is intended as a kind of on-going inter- and trans-disciplinary encounter between scholars !rom
various European nations, will present the most innovative aspects of current research on Historical Landscapes. The aim is
to provide students at Degree, Masters and PhD level, young researchers and professionals with an opportunity !or high-level
theoretical and practical training, in line with the most innovative European research and its practical application in fieldwork.

G. P. Brogiolo (University of Padua, Italy)
R. Brigand (University of Besançon, France)
S. Burri (Université François Rabelais de Tours, France)
K. Challis (University of York, UK)
C. Citter (University of Siena, ltaly)
A. De Guio (University of Padua, ~y)
G. Fiorentino (University of Salento, ~aly)
R. Langohr (Ghent University, Belgium)
J. M. Martin Civantos (University of Granada, Spain)
M. Nebbia (Durharn University, UK)
C. Nicosia (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
D. Powlesland (Landscape Research Centre, North Yorkshire)
A. Reynolds (London’s Global University, UK)

Università di Padova

23-28 settembre 2013
Colli Euganei – Padova

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