Author Archives: francesca.melani

International Conference on Social Movement

The event is promoted by the International Research Conference, a federated organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within the conference program. With its high quality, it provides an exceptional value for students, … Continue reading


Effects of COVID-19 on the European Culture and Creative Industries

The European Creative Business Network (ECBN),  an advocacy institution for the European culture and creative industries, denounced the economic impact due the spread of the corona virus on the cultural and creative industries (CCIs). The entire sector seems to be … Continue reading


Paris 8 University lunches the UNCHARTED project

The choice of Paris 8 to dedicate a page to UNCHARTED project in the university website is a key contribution for the promotion of the project among researchers and experts of the academic world. The showcase has been included in … Continue reading


Call for registration is now open for the International Workshop on Heritage sites in the Balkans

Professionals and organizations involved in preservation, management and valorisation of Komani, of other heritage sites in the Drin Valley, Albania and the Balkan region as well as relevant speakers with an important experience in preservation of Balkans heritage are invites … Continue reading


International Workshop: Building together the future of heritage sites in the Balkans

The municipality of Vau i Dejës is committed to a project to create a regional natural park in order to enhance the diversity of Komani heritage resources (landscape, archaeology, vernacular heritage, etc.). Based on Komani case study and on the … Continue reading


Successful kick off meeting for the UNCHARTED project!

Last 7th February, the UNCHARTED partners held their first meeting in Paris. 10 partners, from 7 EU Countries, presented their work packages and they worked in a positive and functional way going through the main technical and logistic issues and … Continue reading


Roma Heritage:the case study of the REACH project

Last 19 February, Dr György Eszter, interviewed by the “HALLGATOI MAGAZINE” reported her direct experience in carrying on the case study of the minority heritage pilot within the REACH project. Dr György, presented a global overview of the objectives, initiatives … Continue reading


IMP Concluding Symposium: Museums and intangible heritage: towards a third space in the heritage sector

– How can museums avoid the trap of “freezing” intangible cultural heritage in time by integrating it into more static collections? – How may we assure that heritage practitioners and communities are sufficiently being heard in display settings? – What … Continue reading


Museums and intangible heritage: towards a third space in the heritage sector

On February 26, the Intangible Cultural Heritage Project will hold its final symposium in Brussels. The conference aims to draft the conclusions of the cognitive and investigative activities started in 2017 and developed through a series of meetings all focused … Continue reading


2021 TICCIH Congress in Montreal: Industrial Heritage Reloaded. New Territories, Changing Culturescapes

The Canada Research Chair in Urban Heritage of Université du Québec à Montréal, in collaboration with the Association québécoise pour le patrimoine industriel (Quebec association for industrial heritage) and with the support of Tourisme Montréal, will be hosting the 2021 … Continue reading