Author Archives: francesca.melani

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REACH project local encounter: Preservation, re-use and management of Roma cultural heritage

The REACH local encounter was hosted by the Roma Country House in Hodász, founded in 2001, which is the first similar institution in Hungary. The country house, located in an extremely deprived sub-region in North-Eastern Hungary is not only undertaking … Continue reading


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Call of Interest for Role Models launched by RURITAGE Project

RURITAGE (Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies) is a four-year EU-funded project under the Horizon 2020 programme. Started in June 2018, RURITAGE aims at transforming rural areas in sustainable development demonstration ‘laboratories’, through the enhancement of their unique Cultural and … Continue reading


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REACH project at Budapest Ritmo Conference

Next Saturday will be celebrated the Budapest Ritmo Conference, the biggest world music forum in Central Europe, a unique opportunity for professionals to debate on trends and challenges, with a Central European focus. This year’s panels focus on: – European … Continue reading


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AR Technology and Institutional heritage

A recent boom in augmented reality (AR) technology is leading educational institutions to explore new ways of teaching, where virtual scenes are mixed with real-life locations and objects. However, more research is needed in order to understand when and how … Continue reading


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Upcoming workshop:“Historic Cities & ICT: Which building will you save first?”

Cyprus University of Technology organizes a one-day Workshop on innovative use of ICT (Information Communication and Technology) on preserving, protecting and promoting Cultural Heritage in Historic Cities. The Workshop will take place in Nicosia at 22nd of October 2018 (Monday) … Continue reading


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Preservation, re-use and management of Roma cultural heritage: REACH Local Encounter

The REACH project (H2020 CULT-COOP-06-2017) contributes to unlock the potential of people to engage in culture and cultural heritage in order to foster creativity and innovation and, thereby, to empower citizens to face the immense and rapid changes taking place … Continue reading


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Let’s talk about Open Data! SWIB Conference 2018

Registration’s opened for joining the SWIB conference (Semantic Web in Libraries): the annual meeting, being held for the 10th time, focusing on Linked Open Data (LOD) in libraries and related organizations. It is well established as an event where IT … Continue reading


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14^ edition of the EAUH Conference: Urban Renewal and Resilience. Cities in Comparative Perspective

From August 29th to September 1st, took place in Rome the 14th International Conference on Urban History organized by the European Association for Urban History. The event, titled “Urban Renewal and Resilience. Cities in Comparative Perspective”, was introduced by the President of … Continue reading


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An Open Mind To Heritage: Glasgow City Heritage Trust

Glasgow City Heritage Trust is an independent charity supported by Glasgow City Council and Historic Environment Scotland. Established in 2007, it champions the city’s unique architecture and built environment to promote and encourage the understanding, appreciation and conservation of Glasgow’s … Continue reading


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Call for Papers: ECHIC Conference 2019

Following a string of successful conferences in major European cities (Dublin, Utrecht, Nottingham, Oporto, Pamplona, Macerata, Edinburgh and Leuven) the next Conference of the European Consortium for Humanities Institutes and Centres (ECHIC http://www.echic.org/) will be held in Athens in April … Continue reading