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Current Urban Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 18)
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City, Territory and Architecture     Open Access   (Followers: 16)
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Smart and Sustainable Built Environment     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 9)
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Urban Forum     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 7)
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Urban Planning     Open Access   (Followers: 7)
Apuntes : Revista de Estudios sobre Patrimonio Cultural - Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
Arboricultural Journal : The International Journal of Urban Forestry     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 6)
Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 6)
International Journal of the Built Environment and Asset Management     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 5)
Journal of European Real Estate Research     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 5)
Estudios Demográficos y Urbanos     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
International Journal of Human Capital in Urban Management     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
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African Journal on Land Policy and Geospatial Sciences     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
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Smart Cities     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
International Journal of Town Planning and Management     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 3)
Insights into Regional Development     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
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City and Environment Interactions     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
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Études rurales     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
TeMA Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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International Journal of Rural Law and Policy     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Streetnotes     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
South African Journal of Geomatics     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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Landscape Online     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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International Journal of Housing and Human Settlement Planning     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 2)
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Urban Transformations     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Oz : the Journal of the College of Architecture, Planning &Design at Kansas State University     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Computational Urban Science     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu     Open Access  
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  • Conspectu legar populi: An Introduction to the Iconic Life of the
           Metamorphoses in Europe and Beyond

    • Authors: Francesca Casamassima, Fátima Díez Platas, Giuseppe Capriotti
      Pages: 9 - 30
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3503
       
  • The mythological image in the illuminated manuscript of the Metamorphoses
           from the Marciana Library (Venice. Marciana Library, Lat. Z. 449a)

    • Authors: Brianda Otero Moreira
      Pages: 33 - 67
      Abstract: The Metamorphoses of the Italian Trecento preserved in the Marciana Library in Venice is one of the few manuscripts of the Ovid’s poem that includes illuminations of mythological themes illuminations. This paper aims to review the identifications proposed to date for its images to relate them to other miniatures of Metamorphoses cycle within the complex cultural environment of the Trecento in northern Italy, in close contact with Bologna and in constant dialogue with Avignon. 
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3298
       
  • Search of sources of Bersuire's Ovidius moralizatus after two
           illuminated passages

    • Authors: Pablo Piqueras Yagüe
      Pages: 69 - 104
      Abstract: The objective of this paper is to put forward possible relationships of Bersuire's Ovidius moralizatus with other medieval works departing from two illustrations that accompany passages of the text in two different manuscripts: Bergamo, Biblioteca Civica Angelo Mai, Cassaforte 3.4, and Treviso, Biblioteca Comunale, 344. Therefore, analyzing the texts on which the two illustrations are based, we try to determine which works can be the source for them, and we also try to understand the figures represented in the illustrations. So, the figure of Vanity from the Treviso manuscript seems to be unique in its representation, but the text, with some distinctive features, seems to be based on the Ymagines Fulgencii. The representation of the story of Bacchus in the Bergamo manuscript is found in other illustrations, and its accompanied text seems to rely on the mythographical tradition present in an anonymous Liber de natura deorum of the twelfth century.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3271
       
  • A non-Ovidian myth in the Ovidius Moralizatus: the double parthenogenesis
           of Pallas and Vulcan according to Petrus Berchorius

    • Authors: Elena Moscara
      Pages: 105 - 130
      Abstract: This paper focuses on analysing fable II of Book IV of Ovidius moralizatus written by Petrus Berchorius (c. 1290-1362), in order to enlighten its uniqueness. I will discuss how Berchorius combined three mythological motifs – Juno’s gynogenesis of Vulcan as a direct response to the parthenogenesis of Pallas from Jupiters’ head, Vulcan’s fall at Lemnos, and his marriage to Venus – and how he allegorically interpreted them. The first part of the essay will adress the literary fortune of these three motifs. The survey of textual souces demonstrates that Berchorius combined a minor mythographic tradition with two more successful ones, resulting in a original narrative absent in both the Ovidian Metamorphoses, and Barchorius’s predecessors and contemporary moral commentaries. Secondly, I will explore the figurative tradition of the fable, unveiling the interrelation between text and images. In particular, I will focus on the illuminated Gotha and Bergamo manuscripts, which translated the Bersurian fable into images. After studying the iconographical fortune of these motifs, I will argue that the above-mentioned miniatures are the only medieval iconographical sources of the non-Ovidian myth of double parthenogeneis, thus testifying the undeniable originality of the case study. 
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3395
       
  • The representation of Bacchic festivities in the Middle Ages: The
           illuminated manuscripts of the Ovide moralisé and the Ovidius moralizatus
           

    • Authors: Patricia Meilán Jácome
      Pages: 131 - 160
      Abstract: At the end of the third book and the beginning of the fourth book of the Metamorphoses, the particular Thebaid created by Ovid is narrated, with the entry of Bacchus into Thebes and the celebration of the Bacchic festivities. This paper aims to study the images in relation to this theme that are represented in fourteenth century illuminated manuscripts of Ovide moralisé and Ovidius moralizatus. In this analysis we will take several aspects into account: the different texts that illustrate the miniatures, the Ovide moralisé and the Ovidius moralizatus, for which the different texts will be compared; the lack of previous iconographic models of this myth, and the absence of key points in the narrative. As a consequence, each miniaturist, when converting the myth into an image, opts for a presentation of the god and his rites, with the consequent creation of different versions for this topic.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3293
       
  • The iconography of the abduction of Proserpina in the main Italian
           versions of Ovid’s Metamorphoses printed in the 16th century

    • Authors: Ilaria Ottria
      Pages: 163 - 191
      Abstract: During the 16th century, Ovid’s Metamorphoses was the object of several translations and rewritings, either of single books or the whole Latin poem, which were often accompanied by valuable illustrative sets. This paper examines the different versions of Pluto’s abduction of Proserpina as described in the main Italian translations of Ovid’s Metamorphoses printed in the 16th century (Agostini, Dolce, Anguillara). My primary focus is on the illustrative sets which are essential to understanding to the transmission of classical mythology between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. On the one hand, the article aims to understand the artists’ choices of which elements of the story to illustrate, and the relationship between the text and the images. On the other hand, my purpose is to situate these versions of the myth of Proserpina in both the literary and artistic history of the Italian Renaissance, by comparing the rewritings of Ovid’s Metamorphoses with other broadly contemporary works. 
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3227
       
  • What’s Love Got to Do with It' Ovid, the “Love of the Gods,” and
           Cinquecento Carved Cassoni

    • Authors: Bar Leshem
      Pages: 193 - 224
      Abstract: In his account of the contest between Pallas and Arachne, Ovid described the latter’s woven work as an elaborate representation of the destructive and uninhibited nature of the Olympian gods when their lust overwhelmed their common sense – a record of their seductions, rapes, and abductions of mortals (Ovid, Met. 6. 103–128). That passage, together with a longer retelling of each individual myth in Ovid’s Metamorphoses, created a fertile ground for early modern artists to portray erotic and/or violent scenes between men and women or, in some cases, between men and other, often younger, men. Most notable are the visual representations of myths about the “love of the gods,” for example, the rape of Europa and the seduction of Leda on Cinquecento carved cassoni, which place the myths and their import in the context of sixteenth-century domesticity. In this study, I explore these images with a view toward the didactic messages that they might have conveyed and suggest that through such myths, the bride was exhorted to act in a chaste manner and the groom was warned against succumbing to lust.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3278
       
  • Weaving Myths: Ovid’s Metamorphoses and the Labours of Hercules
           Tapestries in the Renaissance

    • Authors: Anne-Sophie Laruelle
      Pages: 225 - 247
      Abstract: The Labours of Hercules was a particularly prolific motif for tapestries in the Renaissance. The iconographic scheme of the Hercules series synthesized an enormous range of ancient and medieval philosophical and didactic erudition. This paper will examine an episode especially favoured in the sixteenth-century series: the fight between Hercules and the river-God Achelous (Metamorphoses, IX, 1-100). In scholarly literature, the scene has often been interpreted as the battle of Hercules against the Cretan bull. However, this episode was widely superseded by Hercules’ struggle against Achelous, due to the authority of Ovid’s texts. It will delve deeper in the matter by focusing on a curious detail: all tapestries depict Achelous with a human body and a bull’s head. This finding provides valuable new insights regarding this idiosyncratic and complex iconography.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3250
       
  • Ovidian Secrets: An Unknown 17th-Century Cabinet in Santiago de Cuba and
           the Illustration of the Metamorphoses

    • Authors: Fatima Diez Platas
      Pages: 249 - 270
      Abstract: The aim of this article is to present an unknown Baroque cabinet from the collection of the Casa de Velazquez Museum in the city of Santiago de Cuba, probably made in Antwerp in the 17th century, with a figurative inlaid decoration inspired by contemporary illustrations of the Metamorphoses. Given the scarcity of documentation on this particular piece, and on this type of decorated furniture in general, this article aims to decipher the decorative program and its possible meaning. Methodologically, the research follows an iconographic and philological approach, carrying out a search for models and parallels in order, on the one hand, to determine the source of the figurative scenes that decorate the cabinet and, on the other hand, to hypothesize on the interpretation and function of the complex but irregular decoration.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3504
       
  • Narcissus and Echo in Liguria. The embodiment of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in
           Villa Durazzo Faraggiana di Albissola Marina

    • Authors: Rieke Dobslaw
      Pages: 271 - 290
      Abstract: This paper explores the influence of Ovid's Metamorphoses on the Villa Durazzo Faraggiana in Albissola Marina, Liguria. It examines the interplay between text, materiality, and space, focusing on the Galleria delle Stagioni and its mythological decorations. Through textual and visual analysis, as well as material examination, the study reveals, how mythology becomes embedded in the physical environment of the villa, immersing viewers in the narrative conveyed through artistic objects. The Villa Durazzo Faraggiana is situated amidst the Ligurian landscape, and its decoration, including the mirror depicting Narcissus, showcases the interaction between Ovidian text and visual art. By comparing the text and the mirror, the study uncovers additional elements not explicitly depicted in the mirror, highlighting the narrative structure of the artwork. The paper concludes by emphasizing the contrast between naturalism and artificiality in both Ovid's text and the mirror's representation, underscoring the villa's role as an Arcadian place and a site of artistic creation and representation.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3272
       
  • Identification and Transgressive Gazing: Paola Gonzaga’s
           Fontanellato Frescoes

    • Authors: Caroline Koncz
      Pages: 293 - 326
      Abstract: Of all the early modern depictions of Diana and Actaeon, one of the most unusual is located in a small room inside the Rocca Sanvitale, the castle of Fontanellato in northern Italy. On the ceiling, Parmigianino frescoed scenes featuring the Ovidian tale. While much of the imagery is typical of the period, the most famous scene from the myth, in which the goddess Diana catches Actaeon beholding her nude form, is strikingly less so. This article provides an alternative reading of the ceiling’s iconography, one that considers how the room’s patron, Paola Gonzaga, might have interacted with the frescoes. Through the use of methodologies such as gender and sexuality studies and iconography, I argue here that Parmigianino’s imagery was specifically crafted for a female beholder, Gonzaga, granting her the ability to not only identify with the figures depicted, receiving moral instruction from them, but also sensually enjoy them in private.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3289
       
  • Ovidius painted and printed. The influence of Metamorphoses illustrations
           on two friezes in Marca di Ancona

    • Authors: Francesca Casamassima
      Pages: 327 - 352
      Abstract: This paper delves into the iconography of two friezes adorning the rooms of two palazzi located in the Marca di Ancona, a peripheral region within the Papal States. All the scenes portrayed in the two friezes are inspired by the Ovid’s Metamorphoses. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the influence of the illustrations found in the vernacular translations of the Metamorphoses, which were spread around Italy from the end of the 15th century. Additionally, it aims to explore the impact of prints that circulated freely, reproducing models from renowned artists like Michelangelo. These prints disseminated iconographies throughout Italy, making them known even in the provincial areas. The clients used them in an attempt to adapt their taste to the prevailing fashions of the big centers. Meanwhile the artists – unable to rival their counterparts from the centers – were provided with models which, in some instances, they closely adhered to.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3307
       
  • Prometheus in the Palazzo del Principe

    • Authors: Laura Stagno
      Pages: 353 - 376
      Abstract: In the rich 16th-century decoration of Palazzo del Principe in Genoa, scenes from the myth of Prometheus – a complex narrative shaped and disseminated by a number of different sources and mediation texts – are represented. In the context of the decoration campaign committed by Andrea Doria to Perino del Vaga and his équipe (1528-1533), the theft of fire and the gift of it to mankind, with the Titan’s punishment in the background, were depicted in the marble bas-relief of a monumental fireplace’s tondo, the earliest testimony of Promethean images in Genoa. In the 1590s, Giovanni Andrea Doria, Andrea’s heir, had two of the rooms he added to the palace decorated with plaster bas-reliefs on the ceilings, representing Prometheus’ deeds (the creation of man, the theft of the fire from the Sun’s chariot’s wheel, the animation of man) and his punishment, through the intervention of Mercury who is portrayed chaining him to the Caucasus rock. This paper aims to present and analyse the iconographies of these works, connecting them to the characters and purposes of Andrea Dorias’ strategy of images (closely related to his political role in the Genoese state), consistently continued by his successor.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3409
       
  • Ovid’s Metamorphoses in 17th- and 18th-Century Bohemia and Moravia

    • Authors: Radka Nokkala Miltova
      Pages: 377 - 411
      Abstract: The paper presents results of the first comprehensive analysis of the reception of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Baroque art in Bohemia and Moravia. First aspects of the reception relate to the referentiality that is one of the essential characteristics of Baroque art in Central Europe, where various influences from both neighbouring and more distant regions intersect. Artists mainly used popular illustrated editions of the Metamorphoses: cycles by V. Solis, H. Goltzius, C. de Passe, A. Tempesta, J. W. Baur, and engravings from the 1676 Paris edition or the 1677 Brussels edition. Nevertheless, the receptive character of these works of art cannot be understood as a result of lack of artistic invention but it is quite often strongly rooted in the patrons’ requirements, as some preserved archive sources confirm. The article also tries to trace the popularity of editions among artists and patrons through the research of inheritance inventories of patrons and painters. The importance of Ovid’s works is also demonstrated on one of the most striking examples, the only existing early modern translation of full text of Metamorphoses to Czech language.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3264
       
  • Expansion and theatricality: Ovid frescoes in the Ráday Mansion,
           Pécel

    • Authors: Gyöngyvér Horváth
      Pages: 413 - 452
      Abstract: Ovid made a rare appearance in the Hungarian countryside in the mid-18th century. Enlarged illustrations from the Metamorphoses formed a mythological cycle in the Ceremonial Hall of the late baroque mansion of the noble Ráday family. The mansion was built in the 1720’s in Pécel by Pál Ráday and was renovated later in the century by his son Gedeon. The original decoration consisted of 16 large frescoes and was inspired by two illustrated Ovid editions published in Amsterdam in the 1730’s. Each scene is supplemented with Gedeon’s verses in Hungarian. The wall paintings form a significant part of a larger decoration program, which aspires to present the encyclopaedic knowledge of the era. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the mythological cycle including its visual sources and textual additions, examine its historical and cultural context, analyse its program and acknowledge the role of the patron in the dissemination of classical knowledge in Hungary. It claims that the Ceremonial Hall provides a scenery for theatrical representations, encloses the idea of theatricality and outlines yet another important chapter in the afterlife of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. 
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3346
       
  • “Ovidius inter Sarmatas”. On the origins of Ovid’s popularity in
           Polish culture and art

    • Authors: Barbara Hryszko
      Pages: 453 - 478
      Abstract: An extract from Sarnicki’s work “Ovidius inter Sarmatas” expresses the belief – based on Ovid’s words – that the Roman poet lived among the Sarmatians, who were the ancestors of Poles. The aim of this article is to search for the origins of the fascination with Ovid in Poland using historical, literary, and cultural analyses. In the 16th century, Ovid’s links with Sarmatia gave rise to the legend that he had lived in Poland, had learned to speak the Polish language, and had died and been buried near the Black Sea, that is, within the borders of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. It was claimed that Ovid was the first Polish poet, and his ‘naturalisation’ and the ‘discovery of his grave’ shaped the consciousness of the ruling classes and the elites of the Commonwealth. This phenomenon, combined with the widespread popularity of Metamorphoses, may have left its mark on the character of the decorations of the Polish palaces, including the 17th- and 18th-century royal residences, such as the Wilanów Palace and the Royal Baths Palace in Warsaw, which are filled with numerous Ovidian motifs.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3424
       
  • Ovid’s Legacy on Trial. Aristocratic Gender Roles in the Painted Vaults
           of Two Noble 18th-century Palaces in Macerata

    • Authors: Giuseppe Capriotti
      Pages: 479 - 509
      Abstract: The aim of this essay is to analyse two cycles of paintings, decorating two noble palaces in the city of Macerata (in the Marche Region in Italy), from the perspective of “decolonizing classics”. The vaults of Palazzo De Vico and Palazzo Costa have been painted in the 18th century on the occasion of two weddings and they are decorated with subjects derived from Ovid’s Metamorphoses and other literary tales, displaying aristocratic gender roles. In the complex decorative system of Palazzo De Vico, stories from Roman wars were used in the rooms frequented by men and mythical love tales for rooms intended for women. In particular, one of the rooms, which was most likely a bedroom, is decorated with four images of mythical abductions or rapes, depicting a model of passivity and submission for the woman. In Palazzo Costa the two main rooms are decorated with the myth of Ariadne (abandoned by Theseus and then married by Baccus) and with the myth of Phaeton (punished for his haughtiness), mirroring the virtues required from the bride and the groom. The woman is provided with a model for the perfect wife, while the man is urged to be temperate, avoiding pride.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3498
       
  • Polysemic Hercules: Gustave Moreau & Ovid’s Metamorphoses

    • Authors: Erin Daly
      Pages: 513 - 536
      Abstract: The nineteenth-century French painter Gustave Moreau owned a French edition of Ovid’s Metamorphoses translated by Pierre du Ryer in 1660. This text was a significant source for Moreau’s painting, Hercules and the Lernaean Hydra (1875-76). I offer a close reading of Ovid’s Hercules cycle in relation to the artistic choices and meaning of Moreau’s painting. When Ovidian themes are understood in relation to Moreau’s Hercules, connections can be made between this painting and its companions, Salome Dancing before Herod and The Apparition, both of which Moreau debuted with Hercules in the Salon of 1876 and the Exposition Universelle of 1878. Conceived together, these three images juxtapose masculine virtue versus feminine vice. Although Moreau explored dichotomous and essentializing typologies in these works, his more personal drawings and studies are ambiguous. This imagery hints at the artist’s attempts to find meaning by exploring the spaces in between the very binarily-defined typologies that his own official art sought to define.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3277
       
  • Hybris and Sacrificium. Aby Warburg and Ovid’s Metamorphoses in
           Imagery

    • Authors: Claudia Cieri Via
      Pages: 537 - 552
      Abstract: The dialectic between Hybris and Sacrifice – which is deeply rooted in Greek tragedy – is ever-present in Ovid’s Metamorphoses and influenced the final years of Aby Warburg’s research towards the end of the 1920s. The German scholar had chosen the survival of Classical Culture, Nachleben der Antike, as the basis for his research, and found Ovid’s Metamorphoses to be a fundamental source of study on the original value of myths. The Ovid-Austellung was a small photographic exhibition ran in the oval room of the new library – the Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek Warburg in Hamburg – to be held from the twenty-ninth of January to the sixth of February 1927. The notes – now kept at the Warburg Institute Archives in London – reveal it was Warburg’s decisive intention to focus on the wide-ranging subject of cultural migration in ancient myths, in terms of time and space, through images.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3499
       
  • Ecological Myth: Ovid and the Anthropocene in three examples of
           contemporary Danish art

    • Authors: Jonathan Barnes
      Pages: 553 - 575
      Abstract: At a time of increasing ecological anxiety, Ovid’s Metamorphoses gains a new relevance for its distinct portrayal of the relationship between humanity and the environment. While the poem has exerted a significant historic influence in the visual arts, the text’s importance reemerges for artists today as they explore current preoccupations about anthropogenic climate change, environmental degradation and posthumanist futures. The significance of this 21st-century reception of Ovid in the visual arts, however, is yet to be fully examined. In this paper, I consider the work of three contemporary Danish artists,who draw the Metamorphoses into ecological discourse, representing the afterlife of the poem in the Anthropocene.
      PubDate: 2024-01-31
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3295
       
  • Indice

    • Authors: Maria Teresa Gigliozzi
      Pages: 3 - 6
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3428
       
  • Editoriale

    • Authors: Pietro Petraroia
      Pages: 7 - 14
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3443
       
  • The role of cultural heritage in the green and digital transition

    • Authors: Mara Cerquetti, Eleonora Cutrini
      Pages: 17 - 24
      Abstract: The second edition of the Rethinking Culture and Creativity (RCC 2022) workshop was held online on 10 and 11 November 2022. The event, hosted by the Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism of the University of Macerata (Italy), focused on The Role of Cultural Heritage in the Green and Digital Transition and aimed to be a space for discussing the role of cultural heritage in sustainable territorial development in the digital era.Il 10 e 11 novembre 2022 si è tenuta online la seconda edizione del workshop Rethinking Culture and Creativity (RCC 2022). L’evento, ospitato dal Dipartimento di Scienze della formazione, beni culturali e turismo dell’Università di Macerata (Italia), si è focalizzato sul tema del patrimonio culturale nella transizione verde e digitale (The Role of Cultural Heritage in the Green and Digital Transition) con l’obiettivo di fornire uno spazio di discussione sul ruolo del patrimonio culturale nello sviluppo territoriale sostenibile nell’era digitale.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3300
       
  • The role of digital technologies for culture-driven local development in
           Europe: A policy review

    • Authors: Paola Beccherle, Luciana Lazzeretti
      Pages: 25 - 58
      Abstract: The use of new technologies in the digital age has transformed the ways of producing, preserving, and participating in the cultural heritage of the territories. Consequently, the culture-driven approach to local development takes on a hybrid dimension, where culture, local and digital development interrelate in physical and digital spaces. The research aims to identify the themes in which the EU’s policies for cultural heritage, local development, and digital transformation meet to understand the areas in which the use of new technological applications for culture-driven local development is supported in Europe. To do that, a qualitative investigation of policies was conducted using NVivo 14. The results show that the EU policies recognize the importance of enhancing the local tourist experience through digital cultural content, the digital preservation of the local cultural heritage, and the participation in cultural heritage in the digital space. L’utilizzo delle nuove tecnologie nell’era digitale ha trasformato i modi di produrre, conservare e partecipare il patrimonio culturale dei territori. Conseguentemente, l’approccio culture-driven allo sviluppo locale assume una dimensione ibrida, in cui cultura, sviluppo locale e digitale si interrelazionano sia nello spazio fisico sia in quello digitale. L’obiettivo della ricerca è di identificare i temi in cui le politiche per il patrimonio culturale, per lo sviluppo locale e per la trasformazione digitale dell’UE si incontrano, al fine di comprendere gli ambiti in cui l’utilizzo delle nuove tecnologie per lo sviluppo locale a base culturale è sostenuto in Europa. Per fare ciò, è stata condotta un’indagine qualitativa delle politiche utilizzando NVivo 14. I risultati mostrano che le politiche dell’UE riconoscono l’importanza del miglioramento dell’esperienza turistica locale attraverso contenuti culturali digitali, della conservazione digitale del patrimonio culturale locale, e della partecipazione al patrimonio culturale nello spazio digitale.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3183
       
  • Cultural heritage in non-urban areas: identifying and understanding values

    • Authors: Erica Meneghin, Andrea Longhi, Giovanna Segre
      Pages: 59 - 72
      Abstract: This article aims to study the values of cultural heritage acknowledged in non-urban areas when cultural heritage is considered a key factor for development. The primary outcome of the analysis is the creation of a taxonomy of six values, derived from an interdisciplinary literature review, which can be used to interpret cultural heritage-driven projects and provide a deeper understanding of the role of cultural heritage for local communities. This, in turn, can guide successful strategies for local development through several types of heritage, such as museums, archives and libraries, archaeological and historical sites, community interest places, industrial, religious and rural sites. The findings contribute to a comprehensive description of cultural heritage’s role in rural and mountain areas and offer a holistic perspective on the interaction among heritage values, new knowledge, projects, and local development. Questo articolo si propone di studiare i valori del patrimonio culturale riconosciuti, in aree non urbane e nelle condizioni in cui il patrimonio è considerato un fattore chiave per lo sviluppo. Il risultato principale dell’analisi è la creazione di una tassonomia di sei valori, derivata da una revisione interdisciplinare della letteratura, che può essere utilizzata per interpretare progetti cultural heritage-driven e fornire una comprensione più profonda del ruolo del patrimonio culturale per le comunità locali. Questo, a sua volta, può guidare strategie di successo per lo sviluppo locale attraverso diverse categorie di patrimonio, come musei, archivi e biblioteche, siti archeologici e storici, luoghi di interesse comunitario, siti industriali, religiosi e rurali. I risultati contribuiscono a una descrizione completa del ruolo del patrimonio culturale nelle aree rurali e montane e offrono una prospettiva olistica sull’interazione tra valori del patrimonio, nuova conoscenza, progettazione e sviluppo locale.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3199
       
  • Inclusive development & civic wealth in UNESCO sites. A pilot project to
           regenerate the stables of the Duke Federico da Montefeltro in Urbino

    • Authors: Selena Aureli, Mara Del baldo, Paola Demartini
      Pages: 73 - 104
      Abstract: The study focuses on how local administrations can activate and foster the process of linking cultural heritage to civic wealth creation by engaging different stakeholders in urban regeneration initiatives. The research design relies on the observation of a project known as “the Relaunch of the DATA space” – the stables of the Duke Federico da Montefeltro – in Urbino (Italy). The premises that activated local communities to collaborate on the project have been reconstructed and interpreted under the theoretical lens of civic wealth creation. The methodology adopted to reconstruct the processes put in place, the premises and factors that activated the mechanisms supposed to create civic wealth and the outcomes generated, was based on a qualitative approach. Multiple sources (both primary and secondary sources) were used to grasp stakeholders’ opinions on culture-led regeneration initiatives and to identify approaches for citizen engagement, including semi-structured interviews addressed to key actors involved in the project, analysis of public documents and public discussions, municipality website and the city strategic plan. Findings highlight that the rediscovery and reuse of one’s cultural heritage rooted in a common identity may become the glue that favours networking and the community’s wellbeing. However, as civic wealth creation requires the key stakeholders’ expectations come together, our case study reveals that collaboration among stakeholders strongly necessitates the support of the local administration as a facilitator/orchestrator, pursuing balance among different visions and needs over time. Lo studio affronta il tema di come le amministrazioni locali fronteggiano la sfida di rigenerare le città storiche culturali grazie all’impegno delle comunità e degli stakeholder valorizzando il patrimonio culturale (CH). Il caso di studio presentato è quello della città di Urbino (Italia), patrimonio UNESCO. Il disegno di ricerca si basa sull’osservazione di un’iniziativa specifica, nota come “il rilancio dello spazio DATA” (le scuderie del Duca Federico da Montefeltro risalenti al Rinascimento). Le premesse che hanno attivato le comunità locali a collaborare al progetto sono state ricostruite e interpretate sotto la lente teorica della creazione di ricchezza civica. La metodologia adottata per ricostruire i processi messi in atto, i fattori che hanno attivato i meccanismi di generazione di ricchezza civica e i risultati generati, si è basata su un approccio qualitativo. Per cogliere la percezione degli stakeholder sul CH e identificare gli approcci per il coinvolgimento dei cittadini, le informazioni sono state tratte da una molteplicità di fonti primarie e secondarie (interviste non strutturate rivolte agli attori chiave coinvolti nel progetto, analisi di documenti e discussioni pubbliche, delibere del Consiglio comunale, analisi del sito web del Comune). I risultati evidenziano che la riscoperta del proprio patrimonio culturale, basato sull’eredità del passato ma riutilizzato nella vita quotidiana, può diventare il collante che favorisce il networking e il benessere della comunità. Tuttavia, poiché la creazione di ricchezza civica richiede che visioni e interessi dei principali stakeholder convergano, il caso di studio rivela che la collaborazione tra gli stakeholder ha fortemente bisogno del sostegno dell’amministrazione locale come facilitatore/organizzatore capace di perseguire nel tempo un equilibrio tra le diverse esigenze e aspettative.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3192
       
  • Striving for relevance: The social value of museums

    • Authors: Stefania Oliva, Martin Piber
      Pages: 105 - 128
      Abstract: Social value in various patterns is a key objective for museums. Despite the growing interest in the societal relevance of cultural organisations and museums, there is little understanding of the social value and the appropriate way to account for and communicate its key dimensions. This contribution aims to fill this gap by investigating the literature on the value generation of museums – focusing on social value. The article discusses the case study of the Natural History Museums Vienna (NHM) – featured as an institution that especially pays attention to biodiversity issues and environmental concerns. The study relies on a series of interviews with staff members, a document analysis and a participant observation from 2017 to 2023. This approach enables to map the social activities of the museum, to analyse the interactions with key stakeholders and to understand the relevant categories of social value as well as its communication and impact. Generare valore per la società, in diverse forme, è un obiettivo cruciale per le istituzioni museali. Nonostante la letteratura di management delle organizzazioni culturali rilevi un crescente interesse per il tema del valore sociale, c’è ancora poca comprensione di come generare, rendicontare e comunicare le sue dimensioni. Il presente contributo si propone di indagare questo tema analizzando la letteratura sul valore dei musei, con particolare attenzione al valore sociale. L’articolo analizza il caso di studio del Museo di Storia Naturale di Vienna, un’istituzione che presta particolare attenzione ai temi dello sviluppo sostenibile, della conservazione della biodiversità e dell’ambiente. La raccolta dati ha coinvolto un periodo che va dal 2017 al 2023 e si basa su una serie di interviste al personale, ai direttori dei dipartimenti e ai vertici del museo, sull’analisi dei documenti di reportistica e su un periodo di osservazione partecipata. Questo approccio metodologico ha consentito di mappare le attività sociali del museo, di analizzare le interazioni con i principali stakeholder e di comprendere le categorie rilevanti del valore sociale, nonché la relativa comunicazione e l’impatto.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3205
       
  • Exploring collaborative digital heritage communities: A quantitative
           assessment of Wiki Loves Monuments in Italy

    • Authors: Enrico Bertacchini, Iolanda Pensa
      Pages: 129 - 150
      Abstract: The debate on the digital transition of cultural heritage has often focused on the opportunities and challenges faced by cultural institutions, but in recent years a growing attention has been devoted to understanding the role of grassroots and collaborative initiatives in contributing to this process. In this article, we study the Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM) contest in Italy, one of the largest and most widespread collaborative projects to document cultural heritage through open access tools. Using quantitative and qualitative evidence collected from ten editions of the initiative, the paper investigates the contribution of collaborative digital communities in the production and sharing of knowledge about cultural heritage on the Internet. In particular, our findings point out to systematic differences in the rate of documenting monuments across regions and types of municipalities, as well as peculiar patterns of the WLM community in the contribution and re-use of images in Wikimedia projects. The analysis adds insights into the opportunities and challenges that collaborative projects through open access and re-use of digital content can offer for the enhancement of cultural heritage. Il dibattito sulla transizione digitale del patrimonio culturale si è spesso concentrato sulle opportunità e le sfide affrontate dalle istituzioni culturali, ma recentemente una sempre maggiore attenzione è stata dedicata alla comprensione del ruolo delle iniziative di base e collaborative nel contribuire a questo processo. Il presente contributo studia l’esperienza italiana di Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM), uno dei più ampi e diffusi progetti collaborativi per documentare il patrimonio culturale attraverso strumenti open access. Utilizzando dati quantitativi e qualitativi raccolti in dieci edizioni del concorso, l’articolo esplora il contributo delle comunità digitali collaborative nella produzione e condivisione di conoscenza sul patrimonio culturale su Internet. In particolare, i nostri risultati evidenziano differenze sistematiche nel tasso di documentazione dei monumenti tra le regioni e i tipi di comuni, così come modelli peculiari della comunità WLM nel contributo e nel riutilizzo delle immagini nei progetti Wikimedia. L’analisi contribuisce al dibattito sulle opportunità e le sfide che le iniziative collaborative attraverso l’accesso aperto e il riutilizzo dei contenuti digitali possono offrire per la valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3197
       
  • Managing local heritage in low- and middle-income countries through small
           accommodation firms: The case of Ghana

    • Authors: Silvia Baiocco, Paola M. A. Paniccia, Caesar A. Atuire
      Pages: 151 - 179
      Abstract: This study aims to provide empirical evidence about how sustainable heritage tourism paths can be developed in Ghana by focusing on the relationship between 20 guesthouses and various other local and multi-local actors. A co-evolutionary analysis is conducted stressing the dialectical nature of this relationship and following a mixed method. Findings from the analysis highlight eight interconnected key factors: five inhibitors and three enablers that are capable of influencing (un)sustainable heritage tourism paths development. In this dynamic, the application of the principle of subsidiarity, coupled with capacity building, can help the various multilevel actors co-adapt effectively. Consequently, the study suggests conceiving heritage tourism paths as co-evolutionary processes generated, and recognized as virtuous, by all actors involved. This research contributes to understanding the socio-economic and environmental dynamics underlying sustainable heritage tourism development in Africa as advocated in literature. Moreover, the findings may help decision makers and policy makers to exploit the huge sustainable potential of heritage tourism. Questo articolo intende fornire un’evidenza empirica su come percorsi di heritage tourism sostenibile possono essere sviluppati in Ghana, focalizzando la relazione tra 20 guesthouses e vari altri attori, a livello locale e multi-locale. Viene condotta un’analisi co-evolutiva sottolineando la natura dialettica di questa relazione e adottando un metodo misto. I risultati dell’analisi evidenziano otto fattori chiave interconnessi, cinque inibitori e tre abilitanti, in grado di influenzare lo sviluppo di percorsi di heritage tourism (in)sostenibili. In questa dinamica, l’applicazione del principio di sussidiarietà, unita alla capacity building, può aiutare l’efficace co-adattamento tra vari attori multilivello. Di conseguenza, l’articolo suggerisce di concepire i percorsi di heritage tourism sostenibile come processi co-evolutivi generati, e riconosciuti come virtuosi, da tutti gli attori coinvolti. Questa ricerca contribuisce a comprendere le dinamiche socio-economiche e ambientali che sostanziano lo sviluppo di heritage tourism sostenibile in Africa, rispondendo a una esigenza avvertita in letteratura. I risultati possono aiutare decision makers e policy makers a sfruttare il grande potenziale di sostenibilità dell’heritage tourism. 
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3206
       
  • Outsourcing corporate heritage marketing in the omnichannel context: a
           process perspective of a small winery

    • Authors: Pier Franco Luigi Fraboni, Andrea Sabatini, Valerio Temperini
      Pages: 181 - 214
      Abstract: The pandemic crisis and the disruptive impact of digitalisation have led firms to undertake the omnichannel continuum to meet new customers’ needs for a seamless purchasing experience. A frictionless customer journey requires coherent marketing initiatives across channels. Small firms, which usually lack human and financial resources, are approaching the omnichannel paradigm through outsourcing. As a result, small businesses that recognise the importance of corporate heritage marketing (CHM) in their overall marketing strategies face challenges in maintaining the consistency of CHM initiatives across their partners’ channels. Hence, the present study proposes a case study methodology to unfold how small firms develop consistent CHM initiatives in the omnichannel partners’ channels. The findings suggest that small companies should open their CHM process to omnichannel partners to develop consistent CHM initiatives among partners’ channels. La digitalizzazione e la crisi pandemica hanno indotto numerose aziende ad intraprendere il continuum omnicanale per soddisfare le nuove esigenze dei clienti. Predisporre percorsi di acquisto fluidi, integrati e sinergici implica lo sviluppo di iniziative di marketing coerenti tra i vari canali. Le piccole imprese, che solitamente non dispongono di adeguate risorse umane e finanziarie, ricorrono all’outsourcing per approcciarsi a tale paradigma. Di conseguenza, le piccole realtà che riconoscono al proprio corporate heritage marketing (CHM) un ruolo di primo piano, si ritrovano di fronte alla sfida di mantenere la coerenza delle proprie iniziative di CHM anche nei canali dei loro partner omnicanale. Il presente studio si propone di approfondire la suddetta tematica attraverso la metodologia dello studio di caso. I risultati evidenziano che le piccole imprese dovrebbero aprire il loro processo di CHM ai partner omnicanale per sviluppare iniziative di CHM coerenti anche nei loro canali.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3198
       
  • The power of archaeology: soprattutto quando è pubblica, partecipativa e
           sociale / The power of archaeology: all the more powerful when it’s
           public, participatory and social

    • Authors: Carolina Megale, Stefano Monti
      Pages: 217 - 243
      Abstract: L’archeologia “civica”, rivolta ai cittadini, aperta e inclusiva, rappresenta oggi una delle più importanti opportunità per lo sviluppo della disciplina e della società. Nel presente contributo, illustreremo come l’archeologia messa a servizio della società, attraverso professionisti innovativi e multivocali, possa diventare un elemento attivo e uno strumento di interazione tra i cittadini e il paesaggio storico nel quale vivono. E come tutto questo possa generare benessere fisico e psicologico, con un forte impatto sulla salute mentale delle persone fragili e con disabilità."Civic" archaeology, open, inclusive and targeted at citizens, represents today one of the most important opportunities for the development of both archaeology itself and society in general. In this paper, we aim to prove that through the work of innovative and multivocal professionals archaeology can indeed play a social role and become a tool of interaction between citizens and the historical landscape in which they live. This interaction has the potential to create physical and psychological well-being, with a strong impact on the mental health of vulnerable people and people with disabilities.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3121
       
  • Nuove testimonianze di scultura architettonica di età carolingia in
           Ascoli Piceno: i capitelli in opera nelle bifore del campanile della
           chiesa dei Ss. Vincenzo e Anastasio/New evidence of Carolingian
           architectural sculpture in Ascoli Piceno: the capitals in the mullioned
           windows of the bell tower of the Church of Saints Vincenzo and Anastasio

    • Authors: Fabio Betti
      Pages: 245 - 268
      Abstract: Il contributo intende ripercorrere le vicende critiche di uno degli edifici religiosi più significativi e interessanti dell’architettura medievale di Ascoli Piceno, caratterizzato da diverse fasi costruttive, non ancora ben definite e focalizzate e meritevoli di ulteriori approfondimenti e precisazioni. Attraverso la lettura degli apparati murari, in relazione anche agli interventi di restauro di fine Ottocento, mai presi in considerazioni in precedenza, e l’analisi comparata della scultura architettonica, lo studio si propone di verificare la possibile datazione al primo periodo carolingio del campanile della chiesa, come già proposto in passato da alcuni storici locali, ma di recente messa in discussione e negata.The aim of the paper is to trace the critical events of one of the most important and interesting religious buildings of the medieval architecture of Ascoli Piceno, characterised by different phases of construction, not yet well defined and focused, and worthy of further study and clarification. The study aims at verifying the possible dating of the bell tower to the early Carolingian period, as proposed in the past by some local historians, but recently questioned and denied, through the reading of the masonry apparatus in relation to the restoration interventions of the late nineteenth century, never considered before, and through the comparative analysis of the architectural sculpture.  
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3260
       
  • Chiaravalle di Fiastra, paradigma incompiuto di una seconda generazione di
           abbaziali bernardine/Chiaravalle di Fiastra, unfinished paradigm of a
           second generation of Bernardine abbeys

    • Authors: Pio Francesco Pistilli
      Pages: 269 - 296
      Abstract: Precoce creato cistercense di Chiaravalle Milanese, l’abbazia cistercense di Fiastra è testimone dei profondi mutamenti sofferti dal Piceno a metà del XII secolo, quando era ancora dominato dalla declinante signoria farfense. Per suo conto, il nascente cenobio veicola un modello claustrale in corso di codificazione, a monte concepito per l’azione colonizzatrice della casa-madre Clairvaux al tempo dell’abate Bernardo. Fenomeno monastico di respiro europeo volto a replicare un comune standard insediativo, obiettivo del presente contributo è mettere a fuoco la genetica progettuale dell’abbaziale di Fiastra, una tessera “incompiuta” tra le filiazioni dirette e indirette di Clairvaux fondate dopo il 1140. Dotata di un coro più agile a fronte dei dilatati chevet di prima generazione, al pari delle Tre Fontane a Roma, il cantiere di Fiastra deroga pure su altri fronti, perché è finalmente indotto a misurarsi anche con l’eredità romana del territorio, ben prima di un effettivo reimpiego dell’antico.  A precocious Cistercian creation of Chiaravalle Milanese, Fiastra Abbey witnessed the profound transformations of the Piceno territory in the mid-12th century, when it was dominated by the declining Farfense seignory. For its part, the coenoby transmits a cloistered typology still in the process of codification, conceived upstream through the colonizing action of the house-mother Clairvaux at the time of Abbot Bernard. A monastic phenomenon of European scope aimed at replicating a common settlement standard, this paper focuses attention on the genetics of the abbey project at Fiastra, an “unfinished” building among the Clairvaux filiations founded after 1140. Equipped with a smaller chorus than the dilated first-generation chevets, such as the Tre Fontane, the Bernardine abbey of Fiastra also derogates to something else, because it is finally induced to measure itself with the Roman heritage of the territory, even before the actual reuse of the ancient.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3246
       
  • Fiastra in distonia. La via picena all’indomani di Bernardo / Fiastra in
           dystonia. The Picene solution after Bernardo

    • Authors: Jessica Planamente
      Pages: 297 - 317
      Abstract: Alla ripresa del cantiere cistercense dopo la morte di Bernardo, l’abbaziale picena di Chiaravalle di Fiastra sintonizza un cambio di rotta nella sua progettualità interna. A fronte del coro dei primordi, il corpo basilicale è scandito in corso d’opera dall’avvento del sistema alternato di sostegni. Conseguente è il moltiplicarsi delle membrature che sono destinate a luogo della scultura decorativa, volta ai capitelli quanto alle consoles. Nel risalire al prototipo, sono stati qui vagliati i precedenti e i coevi casi che immettono un tale impaginato, seminati nella genealogia di Clairvaux in area lombarda. In soccorso all’indagine, la ricerca d’archivio ha permesso anche di fugare dubbi sull’anomala sospensione di alcuni sostegni della consorella Chiaravalle della Colomba, che si traduce a plausibile modello insieme a Cerreto lodigiano per il rinnovo dell’ossatura fiastrense.  When the Cistercian construction site of the Piceno abbey of Chiaravalle di Fiastra resumed after the death of Bernardo, a considerable change of project occurred. Compared to the early choir, the alternating system of pillars was inserted in the naves during construction. Therefore, the number of supports that house the decorative sculpture multiplied, as can be seen both in the capitals and in the consoles. In tracing the prototype, this study examines the previous and contemporary cases, all part of the genealogy of the Cistercian order in the Lombard area, which introduce the same arrangement. In aid of the investigation, the archival research also made it possible to dispel doubts on the anomalous suspension of some supports in the sister church of Chiaravalle della Colomba, which becomes a plausible model together with Cerreto Lodigiano for the renewal of the naves of Fiastra. 
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3247
       
  • «Che è stato delle tue Mariano'» Mariano di ser Austerio tra Ancona e
           Perugia: opere e documenti/ «Che è stato delle tue Mariano'» Mariano di
           ser Austerio between Ancona and Perugia: works and documents

    • Authors: Marco Tittarelli
      Pages: 319 - 358
      Abstract: Il contributo presenta la trascrizione dei documenti più significativi riguardanti Mariano di ser Austerio ad Ancona. Il pittore perugino, attivo nella città per un decennio, realizzò una tavola per la chiesa di Sant’Agostino, inizialmente richiesta da Medea Montiferis nel 1521 e successivamente modificata per volere di Girolamo Ferretti. Alla pala, citata da Giorgio Vasari nell’edizione delle Vite del 1568, si aggiunge l’inedita commissione all’artista della decorazione della cappella di Gabriele Bonarelli a San Francesco alle Scale, della quale rimane il dettagliato contratto del 1524. Entrambe le opere sono andate disperse con i rifacimenti settecenteschi delle due chiese, ma i documenti dimostrano che Mariano intrattenne rapporti commerciali con la città fino agli anni Trenta del Cinquecento.The contribution presents the most significant documents regarding Mariano di ser Austerio in Ancona. The Perugian painter, active in the city for a decade, painted a panel for the church of Sant'Agostino, initially commissioned by Medea Montiferis in 1521 and subsequently modified at the behest of Girolamo Ferretti. To the altarpiece, mentioned by Giorgio Vasari in the 1568 edition of the Vite, is added the unpublished assignment to the artist for the decoration of the chapel of Gabriele Bonarelli in San Francesco alle Scale, for which the detailed contract of 1524 remains. Both works were dispersed with the eighteenth-century renovations of the two churches, but documents show that Mariano maintained commercial relations with the city until the 1530s. 
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3273
       
  • Per il profilo biografico e artistico del pittore fiammingo Jacob de Hase,
           maestro di Cerquozzi / For a biographical and artistic profile of the
           Flemish painter Jacob de Hase, Cerquozzi's master

    • Authors: Cecilia Paolini
      Pages: 359 - 380
      Abstract: Ricordato dalle fonti di letteratura critica come artista di grande fama e primo maestro di Michelangelo Cerquozzi, Jacob de Hase, pittore d’Anversa che all’inizio del XVII secolo si trasferì a Roma, è ancora pressoché sconosciuto. Una sola opera è stata finora a lui attribuita: la Cattura di Cristo di collezione privata, firmata sulla lama di un soldato in primo piano. In questo studio, si analizza il testamento dell’artista, nel quale si citano alcune opere di sua esecuzione, e si propone l’attribuzione di un Martirio di San Bartolomeo (riportante una firma, di incerta lettura, sopra la lama di un aguzzino in primo piano). Inoltre, alcuni documenti inediti, rintracciati in diversi archivi romani, permettono di ricostruire l’attività economica del fiammingo, che per testamento distribuì ingentissime somme di denaro: parallelamente all’attività artistica (la sua bottega ospitò molti allievi-garzoni come Jan Snellinck e Antoon van Os), fu promotore di diversi investimenti finanziari, talora in società con illustrissime personalità come Federico Cesi.Jacob was born and trained in Antwerp, but at the beginning of the 17th century he moved to Rome where he lived for more than thirty years until his death. He is remembered by sources of critical literature as an artist of great fame and first master of Michelangelo Cerquozzi, but little is known of him yet. Only one work has so far been attributed to him: Capture of Christ from a private collection, signed on the blade of a soldier in the foreground. In the artist's will, analized in this study, some works of art executed by him are mentioned, although none are known yet. In this regard, the present study proposes the attribution to Jacob of a Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew (bearing a signature, of uncertain reading, above the blade of a persecutor in the foreground). In addition, some unpublished documents, found in various Roman archives, allow us to reconstruct the economic activity of the Flemish, who by his will distributed huge sums of money: in parallel with the artistic activity (his workshop hosted many pupils-apprentices such as Jan Snellinck and Antoon van Os), he was the promoter of various financial investments, sometimes in partnership with illustrious personalities such as Federico Cesi.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3201
       
  • Variants and Copies of Vouet’s Martha Scolding Her Vain Sister Mary
           Magdalene in Czech Collections / Varianti e copie di Marta che rimprovera
           sua sorella Maria Maddalena di Simone Vouet nelle collezioni della
           Repubblica Ceca

    • Authors: Eliška Zlatohlávková, Patrik Farkaš
      Pages: 381 - 405
      Abstract: The text deals with the variants and copies of the painting by the French Caravaggist Simon Vouet (1590–1649) Martha Scolding Her Vain Sister Mary, kept in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, and brings new information about the genesis of the individual copies. The newly discovered variant from the collection of the Sternberg family at the castle in Častolovice in the Czech Republic stands out for its high quality of artistic execution and is thus the closest to the original. Art-historical analysis and non-invasive research have yielded findings that suggest that the author of the Častolovice painting is a painter from the immediate circle of Vouet and that this painting became the model for the creation of a copy at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington.  Il testo tratta delle varianti e delle copie del dipinto del caravaggista francese Simon Vouet (1590–1649) Marta che rimprovera la vana sorella Maria, conservato al Kunsthistorisches Museum di Vienna, fornendo nuove informazioni sulla genesi delle singole copie. La variante appena scoperta, proveniente dalla collezione della famiglia Sternberg nel castello di Častolovice nella Repubblica Ceca, si distingue per l’alta qualità dell’esecuzione artistica ed è quindi la più vicina all’originale. L’analisi storico-artistica e le ricerche non invasive hanno portato a risultati che suggeriscono che l’autore del dipinto di Častolovice è un pittore della cerchia immediata di Vouet e che questo quadro è diventato il modello per la creazione di una copia allo Smithsonian American Art Museum di Washington.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3202
       
  • Riflessioni su "bozzetti" e "ricordi" nella pittura di Luigi Garzi, a
           partire da un ritrovato Martirio di Santa Caterina d’Alessandria / Some
           observations on ‘bozzetti’ and ‘ricordi’ in Luigi Garzi’s
           painting, starting with a rediscovered Martyrdom of St. Catherine of
           Alexandria

    • Authors: Silvia Blasio
      Pages: 407 - 434
      Abstract: Prendendo spunto da un Martirio di Santa Caterina d’Alessandria su tela (100x75 cm) correlato per tema e composizione con l’affresco di Luigi Garzi nella controfacciata della chiesa napoletana di Santa Caterina a Formiello, l’articolo prende in considerazione la possibilità che l’opera sia  di mano di Mario Mattia Garzi, il figlio di Luigi morto precocemente nel 1713 che fu a Napoli col padre e collaborò con lui ad alcune imprese romane;  propone altresì alcune riflessioni sia sul processo creativo di Garzi, caratterizzato da radicali modifiche iconografiche e compositive nel passaggio tra disegni preparatori, modelli, redazione finale e repliche a posteriori, sia sulla possibilità che alcuni suoi dipinti di formato ridotto, considerati parte della fase ideativa, siano invece autonomi da essa ed eseguiti a posteriori con la collaborazione di Mario Mattia. Garzi derivò tale pratica dal suo maestro Andrea Sacchi, uno dei pochi artisti del suo tempo di cui sia accertata non solo l’esecuzione di modelli, ma anche di repliche autografe successive alla redazione definitiva dell’invenzione.  A newly discovered Martyrdom of St. Catherine from Alexandria on canvas (100x75 cm), clearly related to the fresco with the same subject by Luigi Garzi in Santa Caterina a Formiello in Naples draws attention on Luigi’s son, Mario Mattia, and on the possibility that this oil painting may be by his hand. Mario Mattia was in Naples in 1696-1700 with his father,  collaborating with him there and in some roman fresco decorations. The article also concerns some observations about Luigi Garzi’s creative process, partly derived from his master Andrea Sacchi, where we often find many variations and iconographic differences  among preparatory drawings, ‘modelli’, final paintings and replicas; it is also discussed here the possibility that many little oil paintings so far considered ‘bozzetti’ or ‘modelli’ , that is part of the preliminary process by Luigi, could instead have been painted ‘a posteriori’ by his son Mario Mattia.  
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3146
       
  • Benedetto Luti and the Autonomy of Pastel / Benedetto Luti e
           l'autonomia del pastello

    • Authors: Rodolfo Maffeis
      Pages: 435 - 464
      Abstract: Benedetto Luti’s pastels are among the earliest examples of autonomous works drafted in this technique, and they achieved European fame and circulation in the first decade of the 18th century. In ancient sources they are described as endowed with «tanta forza e bellezza» as to equal oil painting. Pastel was thus not praised for its impalpable and inherent delicacy, but instead for the vivid intensity that made it akin to painting.The present contribution examines this aspect by offering a historical reconstruction of pastel as an intermediate step in the making of a painting, from the seminal example of Barocci on to the centuries-old tradition in Florence, where the pastel accompanied the gestation of pictorial works aimed at rendering the naturale and expressing affetti.We shall examine the progressive detachment of Luti’s pastels from his paintings, with select examples illustrating the link between the two techniques, and then its rescission, which led to the creation of autonomous pastels that retained the “force” of a painterly approach.
      I pastelli di Benedetto Luti sono tra i primi esempi di opere autonome realizzate in questa tecnica, e raggiunsero fama e diffusione europea nel primo decennio del XVIII secolo. Nelle fonti antiche vengono descritti come dotati di „tanta forza e bellezzaΩ da eguagliare la pittura a olio. Il pastello non era quindi lodato per la sua impalpabile e intrinseca delicatezza, ma per la vivida intensità che lo rendeva affine alla pittura.Il presente contributo approfondisce questo aspetto offrendo una ricostruzione storica del pastello come passaggio intermedio nella realizzazione di un dipinto, dal seminale esempio di Barocci fino alla plurisecolare tradizione fiorentina, dove il pastello accompagnava la gestazione di opere pittoriche volte alla resa del naturale e all'espressione di affetti. Esamineremo il progressivo distacco dei pastelli di Luti dai suoi dipinti, con esempi selezionati che illustrano il legame tra le due tecniche, e poi la sua rescissione, che ha portato alla creazione di pastelli autonomi che conservano la "forza" di un approccio pittorico.

      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3237
       
  • Collezionismo militante: Giuseppe Biancani e la cartolina sovietica /
           Militant collecting: Giuseppe Biancani and the Soviet Postcard

    • Authors: Maria Gatti Racah
      Pages: 465 - 498
      Abstract: L’articolo è dedicato alla figura del cuneese Giuseppe Biancani (1920 – 1981), partigiano, militante comunista e deputato, collezionista di cartoline sovietiche e socialiste. Grazie ai materiali di archivio – in parte annessi alla collezione, conservata presso il Dipartimento di Filosofia e Beni Culturali dell’Università di Ca’ Foscari di Venezia, in parte raccolti presso l’Istituto Storico della Resistenza e della Società Contemporanea in provincia di Cuneo – è stato possibile ricostruirne la parabola biografica, le innumerevoli iniziative politiche e culturali e la rete transnazionale in cui era inserito, facendo emergere il suo ruolo di spicco nelle relazioni tra Unione Sovietica e Piemonte durante l’epoca della Guerra Fredda. Particolare attenzione è dedicata all’attività di collezionismo di cartoline, alla sua funzione nella concezione di Biancani e ai principali filoni della collezione stessa. The article is dedicated to the figure of Giuseppe Biancani from Cuneo (1920 - 1981), a partisan, militant communist and parliament member, and collector of Soviet and socialist postcards. Thanks to archive materials – partly annexed to the collection, kept at the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage of Venice Ca’ Foscari University, and partly collected at the Historical Institute of Resistance and Contemporary Society in the province of Cuneo – it has been possible to reconstruct his biographical trajectory, his countless political and cultural initiatives and the transnational network in which he was embedded, highlighting his prominent role in relations between the Soviet Union and Piedmont during the Cold War era. Particular attention is devoted to postcard collecting, its function in Biancani’s conception, and the main branches of the collection itself.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3174
       
  • «Un fatto che nella storia della nostra città non si potrà tacere
           mai». La Mostra d’Arte antica abruzzese di Chieti del 1905 attraverso
           un’analisi delle fonti documentarie / «Un fatto che nella storia della
           nostra città non si potrà tacere mai». Chieti’s 1905 Expo of the
           “Ancient Art of Abruzzo”. A historical research through the analysis
           of the sources

    • Authors: Marta Vitullo
      Pages: 499 - 538
      Abstract: Tra metà ‘800 e primo ‘900 l’Italia appena costituita rappresentò un caso particolare per il desiderio di conoscere e valorizzare le proprie radici. In questo clima rientrava il fenomeno delle esposizioni, in quanto occasioni valide sia a dimostrare progresso e modernità raggiunti, sia a ricostruire storie locali e culturali delle comunità del nuovo Stato. Nell’ambivalenza tra un’identità ancora da scoprire e la percezione di radicamento nei territori di appartenenza, tali manifestazioni si svilupparono anche in ambito regionale. Relativamente a questo contesto, il presente lavoro riguarda il caso della “Mostra d’Arte Antica” di Chieti del 1905, che fu scenario d’unione tra arte e artigianato d’Abruzzo nel corso dei secoli. L’analisi dei fatti è stata condotta tenendo conto della documentazione d’archivio e della letteratura critica prodotta all’epoca, con attenzione ai punti di vista di studiosi che evidenziarono anche i pericoli di dispersione legati a questa tipologia di rassegne.Across the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th, the newborn Italian nation expressed the desire and the willingness to show itself and be acknowledged by the world. Therefore, exhibitions represented valuable opportunities to unveil the level of progress and modernity achieved. Simultaneously, they served as a platform to enhance the nation-building process through the reconstruction of the local, artistic, and cultural history of the Italian regions within the new State. This ambivalence between a national identity in the making facing a well-rooted local sense of belonging boosted the organization of exhibitions at the regional level. In this context lies the purpose of this research by taking into consideration the “Mostra d’Arte Antica” organized in Chieti in 1905 which linked art and craftsmanship of the Abruzzo Region over times. The study has been conducted by collecting the available sources from local and national archives, with a keen eye on the points of view of several commentators and academics of the time.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3209
       
  • L’ecomuseo: dal capitale al patrimonio culturale e la figura del
           geomediatore/The ecomuseum: from capital to cultural heritage and the
           figure of the geo-mediator

    • Authors: Gianni Petino
      Pages: 539 - 555
      Abstract: Il contributo si propone di esplorare il concetto di ecomuseo come strumento per la trasformazione del capitale in patrimonio culturale, analizzando in questo contesto il ruolo chiave del geomediatore. L'obiettivo principale della ricerca è quello di comprendere come l'ecomuseo possa facilitare la conservazione, la valorizzazione e la trasmissione del patrimonio culturale, promuovendo allo stesso tempo lo sviluppo sostenibile delle comunità locali. La metodologia si basa su una revisione della letteratura disponibile sul concetto di ecomuseo, il suo ruolo nella valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale e la necessità del geomediatore come figura chiave. I risultati della ricerca indicano che l'ecomuseo può agire come catalizzatore per la trasformazione del capitale culturale in patrimonio culturale, coinvolgendo attivamente le comunità locali nella conservazione e nella valorizzazione dei loro territori. Le implicazioni della ricerca possono essere utili per gli studiosi, i professionisti e le istituzioni interessate alla conservazione e alla valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale attraverso l'implementazione di strategie ecomuseali e l'adozione della figura del geomediatore come facilitatore dei processi performativi.The paper aims to explore the concept of ecomuseum as a tool for the transformation of capital into cultural heritage, analysing in this context the key role of the geo-mediator. The main objective of the research is to understand how the ecomuseum can facilitate the conservation, valorisation and transmission of cultural heritage, while promoting the sustainable development of local communities. The methodology is based on a review of the existing literature on the concept of the ecomuseum, its role in the valorisation of cultural heritage and the need for the geo-mediator as a key player. The results of the research indicate that the ecomuseum can act as a catalyst for the transformation of cultural capital into cultural heritage by actively involving local communities in the conservation and enhancement of their territories. The research findings may be useful for scholars, professionals and institutions interested in the conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage through the implementation of ecomuseum strategies and the adoption of the figure of the geomediator as a facilitator of performative processes.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3267
       
  • Rappresentazione digitale semantica del contesto storico-culturale
           dell’isola di San Giorgio Maggiore e delle collezioni artistiche della
           Fondazione Giorgio Cini di Venezia / Semantic digital representation of
           the historical and cultural context of the island of San Giorgio Maggiore
           and the art collections of the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice

    • Authors: Alessio Ionna
      Pages: 557 - 573
      Abstract: Il progetto che si presenta ha come scopo la restituzione del contesto storico-artistico dell’isola di San Giorgio Maggiore di Venezia e della corretta rappresentazione della Fondazione Giorgio Cini e delle sue collezioni in ambiente Wikimedia, allo scopo di migliorarne la visibilità e valorizzarlo in una prospettiva digitale. Il focus del progetto è stata la descrizione del patrimonio culturale dell’isola con particolare attenzione a quello conservato presso la Galleria di Palazzo Cini, adottando la piattaforma Wikidata e dunque in forma di Linked Open Data. Il progetto è stato svolto nei mesi di febbraio-marzo 2023, nel corso di una borsa in residenza presso la Fondazione stessa. Dopo l’individuazione delle risorse relative al contesto dell’isola di San Giorgio Maggiore, valutando la qualità delle informazioni e l’affidabilità delle fonti citate qualora fossero presenti, si è proceduto alla creazione di nuovi elementi quali persone, istituti, opere d’arte e fonti bibliografiche utili. Attraverso la realizzazione di dataset culturali è stato possibile restituire semanticamente l’intero patrimonio storico-artistico in maniera diacronica, creando al contempo nuovi strumenti che potranno essere impiegati dai ricercatori per futuri progetti digitali. The project presented aims to restore the historical and artistic context of the island of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice and the correct representation of the Giorgio Cini Foundation and its collections in the Wikimedia environment, in order to improve its visibility in a digital perspective. The focus was the description of their cultural heritage with particular attention to that preserved in the Palazzo Cini Gallery, adopting the Wikidata platform and thus in the form of Linked Open Data. The project was carried out between February and March 2023, during a residency grant at the Foundation itself. After identifying the resources related to the context of the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, evaluating the quality of the information and the reliability of the sources cited, if present, new elements were created such as people, institutes, works of art and bibliographic resources. Through the creation of cultural datasets it has been possible to semantically return the entire historical-artistic heritage in a diachronic manner, at the same time creating new tools that may be used by researchers for future digital projects.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3288
       
  • La formación del profesorado en la transmisión del patrimonio cultural:
           enfoques metodológicos, modelos didácticos y principales
           estrategias/Teacher training in the transmission of cultural heritage:
           methodological approaches, didactic models and main strategies

    • Authors: Olaia Fontal, Tania Ballesteros-Colino, Pablo De Castro Martín
      Pages: 575 - 609
      Abstract: El patrimonio cultural es un legado intergeneracional cuya conservación puede alentarse con la participación del profesorado de los diferentes niveles educativos. Los vínculos emocionales que favorecen la relación entre personas y bienes patrimoniales se estimulan con mayor facilidad desde la educación temprana y favorecen un planteamiento inclusivo, transdisciplinar y holístico que naturaliza los aprendizajes patrimoniales. Se presentan los resultados de un estudio descriptivo a partir de los registros indexados en WoS con búsquedas independientes para los términos heritage, heritage education, perceptions y teacher training. Se profundiza en los principales modelos de investigación y enfoques de intervención didáctica para la educación patrimonial en la formación inicial del profesorado. Se identifican los focos, metodologías e instrumentos de investigación; sus líneas primordiales y el uso de estrategias pedagógicas, diseños didácticos y tecnologías digitales asociadas. La investigación concluye que es el ámbito hispanoamericano, y más claramente el español, el más interesado por la educación patrimonial y la formación del profesorado.Cultural heritage is an intergenerational legacy whose conservation can be encouraged with the participation of teachers at different educational levels. The emotional links that favour the relationship between people and heritage assets are more easily stimulated from early education and favour an inclusive, transdisciplinary and holistic approach that naturalizes heritage learning. We present the results of a descriptive study based on records indexed in WoS with independent searches for the terms heritage, heritage education, perceptions and teacher training. It delves into the main research models and didactic intervention approaches for heritage education in initial teacher training. Research focuses, methodologies and instruments are identified; their main lines and the use of pedagogical strategies, didactic designs and associated digital technologies. The research concludes that the Spanish-speaking world, and more clearly the Spanish one, is the most interested in heritage education and teacher training.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
       
  • Gli ebrei dello Stato pontificio tra fine dell’antico regime ed età
           napoleonica: periferie senza centro' / The Jews of the Pontifical State
           between the End of the Ancient Regime and the Napoleonic Era Peripheries
           without a center'

    • Authors: Luca Andreoni
      Pages: 611 - 627
      Abstract: Quale attrattività aveva il principale polo dell’ebraismo pontificio sulle altre comunità dello Stato' Come si costruiva il rapporto centro-periferia in relazione al e all’interno del mondo ebraico' In questo contributo si cercherà di mostrare, a partire da un approfondimento su alcune vertenze giudiziarie, come tale rapporto fosse improntato, tra fine settecento e inizio Ottocento a una sostanziale assenza di gerarchie riconosciute e stabilite. Per compiere questo percorso, i paragrafi 2, 3 e 4 analizzano alcuni conflitti occorsi fra la comunità romana e le altre comunità dello Stato; il paragrafo 5 intende fornire uno sguardo al periodo napoleonico, come termine temporale del periodo qui studiato e come elemento di cesura, per i profondi rivolgimenti politici che portò con sé e che marcarono profondamente la storia del rapporto fra le comunità e con le autorità politiche; seguono infine, nel paragrafo 6, alcune sintetiche considerazioni conclusive. What attractiveness did the main pole of pontifical Judaism have on the other communities of the state' How was the center-periphery relationship built in relation to and within the Jewish world' In this contribution we will try to show, starting from an in-depth analysis of some legal disputes, how this relationship was marked, between the end of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, by a substantial absence of recognized and established hierarchies. To complete this process, paragraphs 2, 3 and 4, on the other hand, analyse some conflicts which occurred between the Roman community and the other communities of the State; paragraph 5 intends to provide a look at the Napoleonic era, as a temporal term of the period studied here and as an element of caesura, for the profound political upheavals it brought with it and which profoundly marked the history of the relationship between communities and with political authorities; finally, in paragraph 6, some concise concluding remarks follow.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3220
       
  • Un parcours de recherche, entre imprimés et archives/ A path of research,
           between printed matter and archives

    • Authors: Pierre-Antoine Fabre
      Pages: 629 - 640
      Abstract: Dans une période caractérisée par de nouvelles formes d'articulation entre archives et bibliothèques, cet article tente une expérience à partir d'un segment de la correspondance du jésuite Jerónimo Nadal, pendant l'année 1553 au Portugal : comment concevoir la relation entre une bibliothèque naissante et une archive en construction dans les écrits eux-mêmes ' Nous ne regarderons pas au-delà de la grande séparation entre sources manuscrites et sources imprimées qui a marqué les deux siècles précédents, mais plutôt en dessous de cette séparation, lorsque la division entre archives manuscrites et bibliothèque imprimée commençait à se dessiner, et se superposait à la division entre écriture secrète et publication. In a period characterized by new forms of articulation between archives and libraries, this article attempts an experiment based on a segment of the correspondence of the Jesuit Jerónimo Nadal, during the year 1553 in Portugal: how can we conceive the relationship between an emerging library and an archive under construction in the same writings' We will not be looking beyond the great separation of manuscript and printed sources that marked the previous two centuries, but rather below this separation, when the division between the manuscript archive and the printed library was beginning to take shape, and which overlaps with the division between secret writing and publication.   
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3269
       
  • Concetta Damiani (2023), Gli archivi dell'arte. Gestione e
           rappresentazione tra analogico e digitale, Milano: Editrice Bibliografica,
           173 pp.

    • Authors: Pierluigi Feliciati
      Pages: 643 - 644
      Abstract: Recensione di un volume / Book review
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3297
       
  • Manacorda D., Modolo M. (a cura di), Le immagini del patrimonio culturale.
           Un’eredità condivisa' Atti del convegno (Firenze, 12 giugno 2022),
           Pisa: Pacini editore, 2023 - Recensione di un volume / Book review

    • Authors: Pierluigi Feliciati
      Pages: 645 - 648
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3332
       
  • Ricordi di una lunga vita

    • Authors: Pietro Petraroia
      Pages: 649 - 651
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3404
       
  • Crescita economica. Le insidie delle cifre / Economic Growth: the pitfalls
           of numbers

    • Authors: Giorgio Fuà
      Pages: 655 - 663
      Abstract: Fuà G. (1993), Crescita economica. Le insidie delle cifre, Bologna: il Mulino, pp 13-16, 47-54.
      PubDate: 2023-12-18
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3287
       
  • Indice

    • Authors: Maria Teresa Gigliozzi
      Pages: 3 - 6
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3225
       
  • Editoriale

    • Authors: Pietro Petraroia
      Pages: 7 - 14
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3256
       
  • Il Villaggio del Pescatore tra ricerca, tutela e valorizzazione / The
           Villaggio del Pescatore: research, protection, enhancement

    • Authors: Emanuela Murgia
      Pages: 17 - 34
      Abstract: Il Villaggio del Pescatore (Ts), fu costruito per dare asilo a una quarantina di famiglie di pescatori dei territori ceduti all’ex Jugoslavia, tra il 1951 e il 1952. Il sito si pone in una zona di transizione ambientale suggestiva, nella quale le caratteristiche della zona collinare del Carso tendono a ibridarsi con quelle costiere. Contraddistinta da testimonianze paleontologiche, archeologiche e storiche, questa zona convive con una zona a vocazione infrastrutturale e industriale. L’area è oggetto di un Accordo, tra la Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia, il MIBACT e il Comune di Duino Aurisina, finalizzato alla creazione di un parco naturalistico, archeologico e paleontologico. Questo contributo presenta potenzialità e limiti di questo progetto attraverso tre paradigmi di indagine, ovvero il ruolo dell’archeologo, la necessità di una promozione culturale sostenibile e, infine, la progettazione partecipata come strumento ideale di tutela e “cura” del paesaggio.The Villaggio del Pescatore is located in the province of Trieste. It was built to give asylum to about forty fishermen families who came from the territories that had been ceded to the former Yugoslavia, between 1951 and 1952. The site is located in an environmental and transitional area, where the characteristics of the Karst hills tend to hybridise with those of the coast. Distinguished by palaeontological, archaeological and historical evidence, this area coexists with an infrastructural and industrial zone. The Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, MIBACT and the Municipality of Duino Aurisina signed an Agreement aimed at the creation of a naturalistic, archaeological and palaeontological park. This paper presents the potentials and limits of this project through three investigation paradigms, namely the role of the archaeologist, the need for sustainable cultural promotion and, finally, participatory planning as an ideal tool for landscape protection and care.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3092
       
  • Il bestiario medievale del Museo Nazionale di Ravenna: un sarcofaghetto
           con leoni/The medieval bestiary in the National Museum of Ravenna: a small
           sarcophagus with lions

    • Authors: Paola Novara
      Pages: 35 - 58
      Abstract: Il materiale scultoreo altomedievale conservato in Ravenna ha avuto meno fortuna rispetto a quello dei secoli V-VI, che da almeno un secolo è oggetto di studio. Forse questa è la conseguenza della esigua quantità di manufatti. In genere i frammenti ravennati, attribuibili ai secoli che vanno dal VII al IX, appartengono a quella produzione diffusasi durante il periodo carolingio, caratterizzata da pochi e ricorrenti motivi decorativi. Un solo oggetto, conservato presso il Museo Nazionale di Ravenna, esula da questo gruppo sia per i temi che vi sono raffigurati, sia per la resa. Si tratta di un sarcofaghetto con la fronte decorata, che ad oggi, non ha attirato l’interesse degli studiosi. In questa sede si propone una analisi del pezzo.    The early medieval sculptural objects preserved in Ravenna has had less success than that of the 5th-6th centuries, which have been studied for at least a century. Perhaps this is the consequence of the small amount of objects. In general, the Ravenna fragments, attributable to the centuries ranging from the 7th to the 9th, belong to the production that spread during the Carolingian period, characterized by few and recurring decorative motifs. Only one object, kept at the National Museum of Ravenna, falls outside this group both for the themes that are depicted there, and for the rendering. It is a small sarcophagus with a decorated forehead, which to date has not attracted the interest of scholars. Here an analysis of the piece is proposed. 
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3026
       
  • Iñigo D’avalos D’aragona «Un cardinale di gran maneggio» nella Roma
           di fine Cinquecento /Iñigo D’avalos D’aragona «Un cardinale di gran
           maneggio» in Rome at the end of the 16th century

    • Authors: Francesco Spina
      Pages: 59 - 92
      Abstract: Il saggio ricostruisce la personalità del cardinal Iňigo d'Avalos d'Aragona, esponente di spicco della famiglia napoletana, morto a Roma nel 1600.Il ritrovamento dell'inventario post-mortem dei beni contenuti nella sua residenza romana, l'odierno Palazzo Fiano a piazza S. Lorenzo in Lucina, offre un prospetto delle sue scelte collezionistiche, risarcendo la fama della sua guardaroba, a partire dalla ricchissima serie degli argenti.Scorrendo i pagamenti effettuati dall'erede Tommaso d'Avalos al fine di colmare il passivo ereditario, inoltre, si è potuta mettere in luce almeno una parte di quella rete di relazioni che l'illustre porporato aveva istituito con artigiani e artisti della Roma di fine Secolo, a partire dalle botteghe insistenti intorno S. Lorenzo in Lucina.Particolare attenzione è data alla cappella palatina allestita dal cardinale e al ciclo cristologico dipinto da Iacopo Zucchi, le cui pale d'altare erano esposte a rotazione seguendo il calendario liturgico. Come ricorda Baglione, queste, in seguito alla morte del cardinale, furono installate provvisoriamente sugli altari della Basilica di S. Pietro. A tal proposito, un'ipotesi ricostruttiva, qui per la prima volta proposta, potrebbe lasciar intendere che la grande Resurrezione e l’Ascensione, certamente parte del ciclo di Zucchi, furono esposte sugli altari di S. Pietro già prima della morte del cardinale e per suo espresso desiderio, allorché questi si trovò ad essere nominato legato a latere di Clemente VIII, trasferitosi con la corte a Ferrara a seguito della devoluzione del Ducato (1597). The essay reconstructs Cardinal Iňigo d'Avalos d'Aragona’s personality, one of the leading member of the Neapolitan family. The cardinal died in Rome in 1600.The discovery of the post-mortem inventory of the possessions contained in his Roman residence, today's Palazzo Fiano in Piazza S. Lorenzo in Lucina, offers an overview of his collecting choices, redressing the reputation of his wardrobe, starting with the extremely rich series of silverware.Scrolling through the payments made by the heir Tommaso d'Avalos in order to make up the hereditary liabilities, moreover, it was possible to bring to light at least part of the network of relations that the illustrious cardinal had established with artisans and artists in late 20th-century Rome, starting with the workshops insisting around S. Lorenzo in Lucina.Particular attention is given to the palatine chapel set up by the cardinal and the Christological cycle painted by Iacopo Zucchi, whose altarpieces were displayed in rotation following the liturgical calendar. As Baglione recalls, these, following the cardinal's death, were temporarily installed on the altars of St. Peter's Basilica.  In this regard, a reconstructive hypothesis, proposed here for the first time, might suggest that the great Resurrection and Ascension, certainly part of Zucchi's cycle, were already displayed on the altars of St. Peter's before the cardinal's death and at his express wish, when he found himself appointed legate a latere to Clement VIII, who had moved with his court to Ferrara following the devolution of the Duchy (1597). 
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3167
       
  • Giovanni da San Giovanni nel monastero di Annalena a Firenze: storia di un
           ciclo di affreschi dimenticato e del suo arrivo in Gran Bretagna /
           Giovanni da San Giovanni in the Annalena monastery in Florence: history of
           a forgotten fresco cycle and its arrival in Great Britain

    • Authors: Gianluca Sposato
      Pages: 93 - 128
      Abstract: Il presente contributo si propone di far nuova luce sulla storia di un importante ciclo ad affresco del ‘600 fiorentino, raffigurante in 15 lunette i Misteri del Rosario e realizzato dal pittore valdarnese Giovanni da San Giovanni per l’ex monastero di Annalena a Firenze. Il ciclo è stato a lungo dimenticato perché considerato distrutto a inizio XIX secolo. Le pitture murali, invece, vennero risparmiate dalle demolizioni del complesso: riportate su tela dal restauratore emiliano Giovanni Rizzoli, presero la strada della Gran Bretagna alla fine dell’800. Le inedite informazioni sono emerse dallo studio di numerose fonti a stampa e dalla consultazione di diversi archivi in Italia e in Inghilterra. La riscoperta della riproduzione a stampa dei Misteri (pubblicata nel 1904) potrà sicuramente favorire il ritrovamento del ciclo in terra inglese.The paper aims to shed new light on the history of an important 17th century Florentine fresco cycle, depicting the Mysteries of the Rosary in 15 lunettes, made by Giovanni da San Giovanni in the former Annalena monastery in Florence. The cycle was long forgotten, since it was considered destroyed at the beginning of the 19th century: the artworks survived, however, transferred to canvas by the Emilian restorer Giovanni Rizzoli, and ended up in Great Britain by the end of the 19th century. Many unpublished information emerged from the study of numerous printed sources and from the consultation of numerous archives in Italy and England. The rediscovery of the engravings of the Mysteries (published in 1904) will certainly favor the possible discovery of the cycle in England as well.
       
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3014
       
  • Nostra Signora di Bonaria tra Sardegna, Spagna e Argentina. Genesi,
           evoluzione e diffusione dell’iconografia / Our Lady of Bonaria among
           Sardinia, Spain and Argentina. Origin, evolution, and diffusion of the
           iconography

    • Authors: Sara Caredda
      Pages: 129 - 170
      Abstract: Il santuario di Nostra Signora di Bonaria, sito su un colle a pochi passi dal porto di Cagliari, custodisce il simulacro ligneo di una vergine invocata come protettrice dei naviganti. In età moderna il suo culto si diffuse dalla Sardegna per tutto il Mediterraneo occidentale, raggiungendo la penisola iberica e salpando poi verso il continente americano, in particolar modo verso l’Argentina, dove è conosciuta come la Virgen del Buen Aire o la Virgen de los Buenos Aires.L’obiettivo del presente saggio è quello di esaminare la genesi dell’iconografia bonariense, la sua evoluzione e le sue varianti tra la fine del Cinquecento e il Settecento, periodo che corrisponde al momento di massima espansione della devozione. Sullo sfondo del potenziamento delle sacre immagini -soprattutto mariane- in epoca postridentina, lo studio si prefigge di realizzare un primo censimento di rappresentazioni pittoriche, grafiche e scultoree, basandosi allo stesso tempo sull’analisi di documenti d’archivio e di agiografie, in modo da leggere l’iconografia e il culto una alla luce dell’altro. The sanctuary of Our lady of Bonaria, located in Cagliari, on the top of a hill in front of the the port, displays the wooden statue of a Madonna considered protector of seafarers. In the Modern Age her cult spread from Sardinia across the Mediterranean, reaching Spain and then crossing the ocean to the Americas, especially Argentina, where it is known as the Virgen del Buen Aire or the Virgen de los Buenos Aires.The aim of this essay is to examine the origin of the iconography, its evolution, and its variations between the end of the 16th century and the 18th century, when the devotion reached its maximum expansion. Considering the importance of sacred images, especially those of the Virgin Mary, in the Postridentine Catholic Church, the purpose of the research is to create a catalogue of paintings, engravings and sculptures representing the Madonna of Bonaria. At the same time, this study is based on the analysis of archival documents and hagiographies, exploring the relationship between the iconography and the cult.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3044
       
  • Una pittrice russa nell’Italia del Risorgimento: Sofia Sukhovo-Kobylina
           / A Russian painter in the Italy of the Risorgimento: Sofia
           Sukhovo-Kobylina

    • Authors: Bella Takushinova
      Pages: 171 - 200
      Abstract: Numerosi furono i rapporti artistici fra la Russia e l’Italia nel XIX secolo. Ancora poco studiato è il fenomeno delle pittrici che trascorsero soggiorni di studio nella penisola. Tra queste vi è un nome del tutto ignoto agli studi europei e poco conosciuto persino agli storici dell’arte russa: Sof’ja Sukhovo-Kobylina. Fu non solo la prima donna ad essere insignita della grande medaglia d’oro dell’Accademia Imperiale di belle arti di San Pietroburgo ma, soprattutto, anche l’unica artista russa ad aver soggiornato in Italia durante il Risorgimento. Diretta testimone della spedizione dei Mille, dei discorsi di Garibaldi e del brigantaggio romano, Sukhovo-Kobylina lasciò delle interessanti testimonianze sulla sua decennale attività nel Bel Paese. Basato sulla corrispondenza inedita della pittrice, l’articolo vuole contribuire alla ricostruzione di una storia sociale delle artiste russe nel corso del XIX secolo. There were numerous artistic relations between Russia and Italy in the XIX century. Yet there is a still little studied phenomenon of female painters who perfected their professional skills in Bel Paese during that period. Among these there is a name that is completely unknown to European studies, and little known even to the history of Russian art: Sof’ja Sukhovo-Kobylina. She was not only the first woman to be awarded the great gold medal of the St. Petersburg’s Imperial Academy of Fine Arts, but also the only Russian female artist to have stayed in Italy during the Risorgimento. A direct witness to the Expedition of the Thousand, the speeches of Garibaldi and the Roman banditry, Sukhovo-Kobylina left curious testimonies of her ten-year Italian stay. Based on the artist’s unpublished correspondence, the article aims to contribute to the reconstruction of a social history of Russian female painters during the XIX century.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/2979
       
  • Huysmans critico d’arte: la fortuna dei primitivi fiamminghi/Huysmans,
           an art critic. The fortune of the Flamish Primitives Painters.

    • Authors: Simone Ferrari
      Pages: 201 - 214
      Abstract: Rileggendo gli scritti di Joris Karl Huysmans, autore poliedrico e assai sensibile al mondo dell’arte, l’articolo indaga i suoi interventi, numerosi quantitativamente e specifici qualitativamente, dedicati ai “primitivi” fiamminghi. Il tema dei “primitivi”, sia riguardo al mondo nordico sia in senso generale, è da tempo oggetto di ampio interesse storiografico. Ma Huysmans dimostra un’attenzione ed una qualità specifica assai precoce, in anticipo sul grande dibattito novecentesco, che esula da una generica rivisitazione letteraria, presente invece in altri autori e che fa di lui una moderna figura di critico d’arte, attento a problemi stilistici, attributivi e qualitativi. The paper focuses on Joris Karl Huysmans, the famous author and art critic and as is well know, passionate about Moreau and Redon. In addition to this interest, many pages of his novels are dedicated to a very interesting topic: the Flamish Primitives Painters. From a general point of view, their fortune over the centuries has been established from quite a long time. But Huysmans, unlike most writers, exhibits a specific competence and can be considered as a true art critic, focused on matter of style, quality and connoisseurship.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3033
       
  • Percorsi dell’astrazione negli anni Cinquanta: Note sulle Spirali e i
           Totem di Roberto Crippa (1950-1956) / The Paths of Abstraction in the
           1950s: Notes on Roberto Crippa's Spirals and Totems (1950-1956)

    • Authors: Caterina Caputo
      Pages: 215 - 240
      Abstract: L'articolo ripercorre la vicenda artistica di Roberto Crippa (Monza, 1921 – Bresso, 1972) a partire dal 1950, ovvero dalla data di adesione al gruppo degli Spazialisti, con il quale, quell'anno, sottoscrisse la Proposta di un regolamento. Movimento spaziale. Il tema prescelto da Crippa per dare graficamente forma alle concezioni teoriche Spazialiste fu la spirale, delineata sul supporto attraverso la stesura di linee nette e concise eseguite con ritmi gestuali impulsivi. Partendo da un'analisi delle opere eseguite tra il 1950 e il 1955 e dal reperimento di documenti d'archivio per massima parte inediti, il presente contributo rintraccia come snodi centrali della poetica di Crippa non solo la militanza nello Spazialismo e la conoscenza degli esiti elaborati dalle correnti informali coeve, ma ritrova nei contatti con i surrealisti, in particolare nel rapporto diretto con Roberto Matta ed Enrico Donati, uno snodo fondamentale per comprendere appieno le sperimentazioni linguistiche compiute dall'artista nella prima metà degli anni Cinquanta.The article investigates Roberto Crippa's (Monza, 1921 - Bresso, 1972) artistic career from 1950, when he joined the Spatialist group signing the manifesto Proposta di un regolamento. Movimento Spaziale. The theme chosen by Crippa to graphically shape the theoretical conceptions of the Spatialism was the spiral, outlined on the surface through a clear and concise line drew by impulsive gestural rhythms. By analysing unpublished archival documents as well as works of artworks realised by Crippa between 1950 and 1955, this study finds as a fundamental moment in Crippa's art, not only the Spatialists’ theories and the Art Informel, but also Crippa’s direct contact with Surrealist artists, in particular with Roberto Matta and Enrico Donati. These relationships were two fundamental chapters for fully understanding Crippa's œuvre of the first half of the fifties.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3127
       
  • Le collezioni di plastici del Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra di
           Rovereto Riflessioni su studio, schedatura e valorizzazione partendo dal
           modello del Monte Pasubio (1918)/The collections of topographical models
           preserved at the Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra in Rovereto.
           Reflections on study, cataloging and valorisation starting from the model
           of Mount Pasubio (1918)

    • Authors: Valentina De Santi, Davide Zendri
      Pages: 241 - 260
      Abstract: La rappresentazione della guerra è passata, sovente, anche attraverso la produzione di plastici che costituiscono oggi un patrimonio prezioso e affascinanti dispositivi di visualizzazione di eventi e luoghi del passato. A tal proposito, vogliamo qui presentare un primo resoconto dei lavori in corso sulle collezioni di plastici topografici conservate presso il Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra di Rovereto.Il focus sarà dedicato a metter in luce le fasi di lavoro, le difficoltà incontrate nel processo di studio e alcune riflessioni in relazione alle modalità di schedatura di tali materiali. Per questo, prenderemo quale punto di avvio lo studio del plastico del Monte Pasubio, recentemente esposto durante la mostra temporanea “Armate in Miniatura. Collezioni del Museo della Guerra” (Torbole sul Garda) al fine di riflettere sul metodo di schedatura di tali modelli topografici, partendo dalla scheda OA (opere-oggetti d’arte) dell’ICCD (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo e la Documentazione).  The representation of war has often passed through the production of models which today constitute a precious heritage and fascinating devices for displaying events and places of the past. In this regard, we want to present here a first report of the work in progress on the collections of topographical models preserved at the Italian War History Museum in Rovereto. The focus will be dedicated to highlighting the work phases, the difficulties encountered in the study process and some reflections in relation to the methods of filing such materials. For this, we will take as a starting point the study of the model of Mountain Pasubio, recently exhibited during the temporary exhibition “Armate in Miniatura. Collections of the War Museum” (Torbole sul Garda) to reflect on the method of filing these topographic models, starting from the OA (works-art objects) form of the ICCD (Central Institute for Catalog and Documentation). 
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3007
       
  • Workshops and tools for the knowledge and enhancement of cultural
           heritage. Experiences and synergies between University, Ministry of
           Culture and local authorities in Sardinia / Laboratori e strumenti per la
           conoscenza e la valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale. Esperienze e
           sinergie tra Università, Ministero della Cultura ed enti locali della
           Sardegna

    • Authors: Mauro Salis
      Pages: 259 - 376
      Abstract: The aim of this contribution is to illustrate the strategies for the valorisation of rural areas in Sardinia, an island in which all the territory with the exception of the coasts is to be considered a rural area. After an introduction which mentions the major initiatives adopted, which also have repercussions at an international level (inscriptions in the UNESCO lists), two case studies are proposed referring to two non-contiguous areas, characterized by different history, infrastructures and natural and economic resources. The first case concerns the town of Ulassai, in the Ogliastra sub-region, which in 2022 benefited from NRRP funds for small villages. The second case refers to the town of Neoneli, in the Barigadu sub-region, where a series of collaborative laboratories involving the community have been activated, relying only on the resources of the municipality with the collaboration of the University. In examining the two cases, reference is made to the bibliography and specific documentation.
      Lo scopo di questo contributo è illustrare le strategie per la valorizzazione delle aree rurali in Sardegna, un'isola in cui tutto il territorio, ad eccezione delle coste, è da considerarsi area rurale. Dopo un'introduzione che cita le principali iniziative adottate con ricadute anche a livello internazionale (iscrizioni nelle liste UNESCO), vengono proposti due casi studio riferiti a due aree non contigue, caratterizzate da storia, infrastrutture e risorse naturali ed economiche differenti . Il primo caso riguarda il comune di Ulassai, nella subregione Ogliastra, che nel 2022 ha beneficiato dei fondi PNR per i piccoli borghi. Il secondo caso si riferisce al comune di Neoneli, nella subregione Barigadu, dove sono stati attivati una serie di laboratori collaborativi che coinvolgono la comunità, avvalendosi solo delle risorse del comune con la collaborazione dell'Università. Nell'esaminare i due casi si fa riferimento alla bibliografia e alla documentazione specifica.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3151
       
  • Museos serializados. Arquetipos iconográficos del museo en series de
           animación

    • Authors: Jairo Guerrero Vicente, Anabel Fernández Moreno
      Pages: 261 - 280
      Abstract: Desde el siglo XVIII el museo ha intentado distinguirse formalmente del resto de los edificios, perpetuando una iconografía que persiste en el imaginario popular. En este artículo nos propusimos averiguar si ese arquetipo se replica en uno de los productos audiovisuales más consumidos de la actualidad, las series de animación. Para la realización de la investigación se han analizado 34 museos aparecidos en capítulos de diferentes temporadas de algunas de las series de animación más populares y galardonadas en los últimos 25 años. Los datos nominales se obtuvieron en distintas webs especializadas, pero también se emplearon tablas y fichas de elaboración propia para registrar las variables del museo tras la visualización de los episodios. Analizados los diferentes ítems, los resultados reflejan el predominio de determinados estilos arquitectónicos, colecciones museográficas o patrones de comportamiento del público, aunque con matices.Since the 18th century, the museum has tried to distinguish itself formally from the rest of the buildings, perpetuating an iconography that persists in the popular imagination. In this article, we set out to find out if this archetype is replicated in one of today's most consumed audio-visual products, the animated series. To carry out the research, 34 museums that appeared in chapters of different seasons of some of the most popular and award-winning animated series in the last 25 years were analysed. Nominal data were obtained from different specialised websites, but tables and sheets of our elaboration were also used to record the museum variables after viewing the episodes. After analysing the different items, the results reflect the predominance of specific architectural styles, museum collections or public behaviour patterns, although with nuances.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3148
       
  • Geografie del verde, geografie del gusto: riflessioni sull’attrattività
           turistica dei giardini/Geographies of green, geographies of taste:
           insights on the tourist attractiveness of gardens

    • Authors: Stefania Cerutti, Siria Moroso
      Pages: 281 - 300
      Abstract: Giardini e turismo, un binomio che riporta a una storia densa e articolata di relazioni ed esperienze che affondano le proprie radici in epoche lontane, secondo modalità di visita e fruizione che hanno sedimentato e definito i contorni del cosiddetto, e più recente, garden tourism. Fenomeno noto e popolare in Europa, prodotto turistico consolidato in Inghilterra e Francia, trova ancora alcune resistenze in Italia in termini di proposte sistemiche e integrate a livello territoriale, rendendo i giardini delle “comparse”, piuttosto che dei “protagonisti”, nello scenario turistico delle destinazioni che cercano tempi e modi rinnovati per attrarre, depolarizzare, destagionalizzare i propri flussi.In questa cornice, il presente contributo si interroga sulla capacità attrattiva e motivazionale dei giardini, eleggendo il caso di studio del Cusio, in Piemonte, quale campo di indagine condotta mediante un sondaggio creato ad hoc. Ciò consente di individuare richieste e percezioni dal lato della domanda turistica e possibili indicazioni da quello dell’offerta, al fine di declinare e promuovere il garden tourism nel contesto del Lago d’Orta, oggetto di indagine. Ne discende che le proposte di turismo dei giardini debbano basarsi su dati e necessità reali, che ne misurino la sostenibilità, ed essere correlate alle aspettative dei visitatori e alle potenzialità delle “risorse verdi” locali, che ne valorizzino il patrimonio. Gardens and tourism, a combinational pairing that brings back to a dense and articulated history of relationships and experiences rooted in distant epochs, according to visiting and fruition modalities that have sedimented and defined the outlines of the so-called, and more recent, garden tourism. A well-known and popular phenomenon in Europe, a consolidated tourist product in England and France, it still finds some resistance in Italy in terms of systemic and integrated proposals at a territorial level, making gardens “extras” rather than “protagonists” in the tourist scenario of that destinations looking for renewed steps and ways to attract, depolarise and de-seasonalise their flows.In this framework, the paper aims at questioning the attractiveness and motivational capacity of gardens, choosing the case study of Cusio, in Piedmont region, as the field of geographical investigation developed through a survey created ad hoc. This makes it possible to identify requests and perceptions on the tourist demand side and possible suggestions on the supply side, in order to promote the garden tourism in the context of Lake Orta, subject of the survey. It follows that garden tourism proposals have here to be based on real data and needs, which measure their sustainability, and correlate with the expectations of visitors and the potential of local “green resources”, which enhance their heritage.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3051
       
  • Cultura smart e fotografia. Il recupero della rappresentazione
           territoriale del turista / Smart Culture and Photography. The Enhancement
           of the Tourist's Territory Representation

    • Authors: Sonia Malvica
      Pages: 301 - 322
      Abstract: L’incremento e il potenziamento delle tecnologie e della condivisione del contenuto generato dall’utente hanno comportato l’entrata in scena del turismo digitale prima e di quello fisico-digitale dopo: in quest’ultimo caso si parla di smart tourism, il quale incorpora tecnologie di informazione e comunicazione nel territorio, modificando il vissuto esperienziale del turista. Lo scopo del presente contributo è, dopo aver evidenziato i tratti peculiari dello smart tourism, sottolineare l’importanza della fotografia come smart technology. Pur non godendo delle stesse dosi di immersività di tecnologie più avanzate, in qualità di strumento mediatico e cognitivo la fotografia abbraccia l’esperienza turistica andando oltre la comunicazione prettamente visiva: l’individuo, infatti, necessita di scattare fotografie nel rispetto della cattura di un vissuto multisensoriale, così che uno scatto “mancato” potrebbe rivelarsi testimonianza di un’aspettativa delusa e, dunque, di un fallimento di promozione della destinazione. Si auspica, di conseguenza, una dovuta attenzione alla pratica fotografica all’interno di un turismo “intelligente”. The increase and enhancement of technologies and the sharing of user-generated content entailed the development of digital tourism first and physical-digital tourism later. In the latter case, we speak of smart tourism, which incorporates information and communication technologies in the territory modifying the experience of the tourist. After highlighting the peculiar traits of smart tourism, this contribution aims to emphasize the importance of photography as smart technology. While not enjoying the same doses of immersion as more advanced technologies, photography is a medium as well as cognitive component that embraces tourist experience, going beyond purely visual communication. People need to take photographs of a multisensory experience, so a “missed” photo could claim a disappointed expectation and, therefore, a failed destination promotion. In conclusion, major attention to photographic practice within “intelligent” tourism is recommended.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/2816
       
  • Le vie di comunicazione nel territorio campano della Media Valle del
           Volturno tra l’area alifana e quella telesina sino all’età moderna:
           dalla cartografia storica al GIS / The communication routes in the
           Campania region of the Media Valle del Volturno between the Alifana and
           Telesina areas up to the modern age: from historical cartography to GIS

    • Authors: Rosario De Iulio, Pacifico Cofrancesco
      Pages: 323 - 356
      Abstract: Questo lavoro presenta un’analisi storico-geografica dello sviluppo in età moderna della rete viaria del territorio della media valle del Volturno comprendente le aree alifana e telesina, facente parte dell’attuale regione Campania, posto in un luogo di snodo strategico tra i versanti tirrenico e adriatico. La cartografia storica esistente, opportunamente georeferenziata ed inserita in un sistema informativo geografico (GIS), è stata la fonte principale per la ricostruzione diacronica del sistema viario di quest’area. Dal punto di vista metodologico, si è fatto anche ricorso, quando disponibili, a fonti testuali, come diari di viaggio, itinerari e rapporti, contenenti informazioni su strade, ponti, taverne o altri elementi, ricollegabili a percorsi viari del Medio Volturno. Il tutto con l’obiettivo di proporre una approfondita comprensione delle dinamiche evolutive del territorio in esame, considerata come il punto di partenza di un processo di programmazione e valorizzazione dell’intera area, anche in chiave turistica. Il lavoro si conclude dimostrando ancora una volta che si perpetuano vecchi errori di pianificazione, ossia la costruzione di importanti assi di comunicazione di collegamento tra le aree metropolitane della parte meridionale del paese (ferrovia e superstrada) senza che il territorio attraversato possa aver avuto vantaggi in termini di sviluppo.This work presents an historical-geographical analysis of the development patterns in the modern age of the road network of the middle Volturno valley comprising the Alifana and Telesina area, included in the current Campania region and located in a strategic junction between the Tyrrhenian and Adriatic seas. The existing historical cartography, appropriately georeferenced and inserted in a geographic information system (GIS), was the main source for the diachronic reconstruction of the road system in this area. From a methodological point of view, textual sources were also used, when available, such as travel diaries, itineraries and reports, containing information on roads, bridges, taverns or other elements, which can be connected to road routes in the middle Volturno. All work was accomplished with the aim of proposing an in-depth understanding of the evolutionary dynamics of the territory in question serving as the starting point of a planning and enhancement process of the entire area, including from a tourism point of view. The work concludes by demonstrating once again that previous planning errors are perpetuated, i.e. the construction of important communication axes (railway and expressway) connecting the metropolitan areas of the southern part of the country without having any advantages in terms of development patterns.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3171
       
  • How to ensure the sustainability of organic food system farms'
           Environmental protection and fair price / Come garantire la sostenibilità
           delle aziende agricole del sistema alimentare biologico' Protezione
           dell'ambiente e prezzo equo

    • Authors: Selene Righi, Elena Viganò
      Pages: 377 - 400
      Abstract: With the implementation of the Farm to Fork Strategy, the European Union aims to drastically reduce the use of synthetic chemical inputs and convert at least 25% of land to organic farming, which is the main alternative to the industrial/intensive production model, with many positive implications also in terms of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.  Currently, the agri-food system is facing market problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, with increases in production costs, prices of agricultural products and their volatility, affecting the most vulnerable actors in the supply chain, namely farmers and consumers.  The objective of the paper is to analyse the effectiveness of organizational innovations in facilitating the process of converting agribusinesses to organic farming, with a focus on the supply chain, territorial coordination, and advisory services.   Con l'attuazione della Strategia Farm to Fork, l'Unione Europea punta a ridurre drasticamente l'impiego degli input chimici di sintesi e a convertire almeno il 25% dei terreni in agricoltura biologica, che rappresenta la principale alternativa al modello di produzione industriale/intensivo, con molte implicazioni positive anche in termini di riduzione delle emissioni di gas serra. attualmente, il sistema agroalimentare sta affrontando i problemi di mercato causati dalla pandemia di Covid-19 e dal conflitto tra Russia e Ucraina, con aumenti dei costi di produzione, dei prezzi dei prodotti agricoli e della loro volatilità, che si ripercuote sugli attori più vulnerabili della filiera, ovvero agricoltori e consumatori. L'obiettivo del documento è analizzare l'efficacia delle innovazioni organizzative nel facilitare il processo di conversione delle aziende agroalimentari all'agricoltura biologica, con particolare attenzione alla filiera, al coordinamento territoriale e ai servizi di consulenza. 
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3185
       
  • Educational tourism as a driver for rural development: assessing
           competition and strategic choices of Italian language and culture schools
           in the Marche Region (Italy) through Porter’s Five Forces / Il turismo
           educativo come motore di sviluppo rurale: valutare la concorrenza e le
           scelte strategiche delle scuole di lingua e cultura italiana nelle Marche
           (Italia) con il modello delle Forze di Porter

    • Authors: Sabrina Tomasi, Alessio Cavicchi
      Pages: 401 - 426
      Abstract: Educational tourism is a growing industry, that includes a variety of niches. Among these, language tourism involves language and culture schools for foreigners that also provide hospitality and tourism services, including tours and excursions, field visits and cultural initiatives, and experiential workshops. These realities, if located in rural contexts, can represent a growth factor for rural areas and an opportunity for cultural exchange between tourists and local communities. To better understand forces and factors influencing this industry, this study describes the case of two Italian language and culture schools for foreigners which also offer tourism services in a rural area of the Marche Region, near the city of Macerata. Through semi-structured qualitative interviews and by applying the theoretical model of Porter’s Forces, the case presents an overview competitive environment, pointing out strategic choices and distinctive aspects of the presented realities.Il turismo educativo rappresenta un’industria in forte crescita, che accoglie al suo interno una serie di nicchie molto variegata. Tra queste vi è il turismo generato dall’offerta formativa delle scuole di lingua e cultura per stranieri che, oltre ai servizi relativi all’insegnamento della lingua, offrono ospitalità, tour ed escursioni, visite e iniziative culturali, laboratori esperienziali. Tali realtà, se localizzate in contesti rurali, possono rappresentare un fattore di crescita per le aree rurali e un’occasione di scambio culturale tra turisti e comunità locali. Per comprendere al meglio le forze e i fattori che influenzano il settore, questo studio descrive il caso di due scuole di lingua e cultura italiana per stranieri che offrono anche servizi turistici in un’area rurale della Regione Marche, in provincia di Macerata. Attraverso interviste qualitative semi-strutturate e applicando il modello teorico delle Forze di Porter, il caso presenta un quadro generale del contesto competitivo, sottolineando scelte strategiche e aspetti distintivi delle realtà presentate.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3188
       
  • The outlines of a micro-founded food ecosystem: unexpected events, dormant
           resources and triggering actors. Co-Design and tools for innovation: the
           case study of Lion Fish / I contorni di un ecosistema alimentare
           microfondato: eventi imprevisti, risorse dormienti e attori scatenanti.
           Co-Design e strumenti per l'innovazione: il caso studio del pesce leone

    • Authors: Gianni Lorenzoni, Sonia Massari
      Pages: 427 - 454
      Abstract: The lionfish invasion represents an unexpected event quickly spreading in a wide area of the Caribbean. A wide spectrum of actors was confronted at the policy level, the marine conservation authority, large and small communities of economic actors starting from the tourism to the fisheries sectors. A first option to eradicate the new species was confronted with the search for balanced control. The threat was transformed into an opportunity by using the predator as an edible source of food. This target required the coordination activity of a wide network of players and design activities took place showing the relevance of emerging idle, dormant resources, new project design capabilities, but also new organizational practices fitting with an innovative eco-friendly inclusive perspective. The creative paths and unconventional routines helped to reach a new equilibrium in the marine ecology and in the economic activities as well.L'invasione del pesce leone rappresenta un evento inatteso che si sta rapidamente diffondendo in una vasta area dei Caraibi. Si sono confrontati un ampio spettro di attori a livello politico, l'autorità per la conservazione marina, grandi e piccole comunità di attori economici a partire dal turismo fino ai settori della pesca. Una prima opzione per eradicare la nuova specie si è confrontata con la ricerca di un controllo equilibrato. La minaccia è stata trasformata in un'opportunità utilizzando il predatore come fonte commestibile di cibo. Le attività di progettazione si sono svolte mostrando la rilevanza di risorse inattive e dormienti emergenti, nuove capacità progettuali, ma anche nuove pratiche organizzative che si adattano a una prospettiva inclusiva eco-compatibile innovativa. I percorsi creativi e le routine non convenzionali hanno contribuito a raggiungere un nuovo equilibrio nell'ecologia marina e nelle attività economiche.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3189
       
  • Agri-food sustainable transformative pathways: diving through the evolving
           territory of Lucca / Percorsi trasformativi agroalimentari sostenibili:
           un'analisi del territorio lucchese in evoluzione

    • Authors: Sabrina Arcuri, Silvia Rolandi, Miriam Poiatti, Daniele Vergamini
      Pages: 455 - 475
      Abstract: The aim of the paper is to understand the sustainable transformation on a specific area of Italy, the Plain of Lucca, using an action research methodology combined with service learning to provide an approach to understand and accelerate the transformation. The literature review serves to set the scenes and limitations of several mixed methodologies, leading to the willingness of adopting a territorial case analysis. We start from a socio-historical analysis to then understand the role played by several actors in a specific ecosystem, serving as a basis to identify the main emerging aspects that should be implemented in other cases to accelerate the agri-food sustainable transformation.L'obiettivo dell’articolo è quello di comprendere la trasformazione sostenibile in una specifica area d'Italia, la Piana di Lucca, utilizzando una metodologia di ricerca-azione combinata con una di service learning, per fornire un approccio atto a comprendere e accelerare la trasformazione. La rassegna della letteratura serve a delineare lo scenario e i limiti di diverse metodologie miste, motivando l’adozione di un'analisi di caso territoriale. Si parte da un'analisi storico-sociale per poi comprendere il ruolo svolto da diversi attori in uno specifico ecosistema, che serve come base per identificare i principali aspetti emergenti che dovrebbero essere implementati in altri casi per accelerare la trasformazione agroalimentare sostenibile.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3191
       
  • Erase and Rewrite. Studi e usi della storia fra consapevolezza e
           decolonizzazione: introduzione/Erase and Rewrite: Studying the Past, Using
           the Past between Awareness and Decolonization: an Introduction

    • Authors: Lorenzo Calvelli
      Pages: 479 - 482
      Abstract: In recent times, a lot has been said about trends and policies which threaten the future of Classics in general and the teaching of Ancient History in particular. This debate has primarily arisen in the United States, as a response to the request of some academics and colleges to "decolonise" a discipline that is deemed to be representative of white supremacism. In Italy, some voices have been raised to remark the alleged uselessness of such a decolonisation in a context, which is thought not to reflect the structural inequalities of the American educational system. However, it is necessary to discuss the problem in further detail.This thematic section of the journal aims to compare different experiences and methodologies of scientific dissemination in the field of Ancient History, which is often perceived as a discipline far from everyday life and from the interest of the general public. On the contrary, it might be a ground of fruitful cooperation between experts and not experts, especially when its fruition is declined according to clear, tangible and compelling dissemination strategies. Our goal is to present a series of activities, which have been carried out during the last years by University and High School teachers, who have dealt with and discussed specific and specialized topics in history, epigraphy, and archaeology, by collaborating with experts in the fields of communication and management of cultural heritage. Negli ultimi tempi si è parlato molto delle tendenze e delle politiche che minacciano il futuro delle discipline classiche in generale e dell'insegnamento della storia antica in particolare. Questo dibattito è sorto soprattutto negli Stati Uniti, come risposta alla richiesta di alcuni accademici e college di "decolonizzare" una disciplina ritenuta rappresentativa del suprematismo bianco. In Italia, alcune voci si sono levate per rimarcare la presunta inutilità di tale decolonizzazione in un contesto che si ritiene non rifletta le disuguaglianze strutturali del sistema educativo americano. Tuttavia, è necessario discutere il problema in modo più approfondito.
      Questa sezione tematica della rivista si propone di mettere a confronto diverse esperienze e metodologie di divulgazione scientifica nel campo della Storia antica, che spesso viene percepita come una disciplina lontana dalla vita quotidiana e dall'interesse del grande pubblico. Al contrario, potrebbe essere un terreno di proficua collaborazione tra esperti e non, soprattutto quando la sua fruizione è declinata secondo strategie di divulgazione chiare, tangibili e convincenti. Il nostro obiettivo è quello di presentare una serie di attività, realizzate negli ultimi anni da docenti universitari e delle scuole superiori, che hanno affrontato e discusso temi specifici e specialistici di storia, epigrafia e archeologia, collaborando con esperti nel campo della comunicazione e della gestione dei beni culturali.  
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3194
       
  • Cancellare o ripensare i classici' La prospettiva della storia antica /
           Erasing or Rethinking the Classics' The Perspective from Ancient History

    • Authors: Michele Bellomo, Lorenzo Calvelli, Cinzia Dal Maso
      Pages: 483 - 506
      Abstract: Nell'ambito della discussione sollevata di recente intorno all’esistenza di una cultura della cancellazione (cancel culture) che metterebbe a repentaglio il futuro degli studi classici, il contributo intende riflettere su due aspetti specifici. In primo luogo, se il sistema dei Classics, nel suo complesso, sia realmente a rischio a livello globale. In secondo luogo, in che modo il tema della decolonizzazione degli studi classici possa trovare applicazione nel panorama italiano; in altre parole: il nostro sistema educativo è effettivamente privo di disuguaglianze strutturali' Sulla base di alcuni esempi concreti, nell’ultima parte del contributo si rifletterà su alcune future declinazioni dell’insegnamento della storia antica, che non comportino una rinuncia alla sua valorizzazione e al mantenimento degli standard "qualitativi" che da sempre ne costituiscono una caratteristica fondamentale.In the context of the recent discussion concerning the existence of a so-called cancel culture that would jeopardise the future of Classical Studies, this article aims to reflect on two specific topics. First, whether the Classics system as a whole is actually at risk at a global scale. Secondly, how the issue of decolonising the Classics may be applied to the Italian scenario; in other words, is the Italian educational system actually free from structural inequalities' On the basis of some tangible examples, the last part of our contribution will reflect on potential future developments of teaching of Ancient History that do not imply giving up those 'qualitative' standards that have always been considered to be one of its crucial features.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3193
       
  • To Cancel or not to Cancel' Quando è necessario cancellare la non
           cultura/To Cancel or not to Cancel' When it is necessary to cancel no
           culture

    • Authors: Simona Antolini, Jessica Piccinini
      Pages: 507 - 518
      Abstract: È compito etico dello storico intervenire per correggere le fake-news, prive di rigore scientifico e fondatezza, originate dal campanilismo di cultori locali, che diffondono falsa e cattiva conoscenza, non solo nella cultura di massa, ma anche nella formazione scolastica. Le strumentalizzazioni dell’antico, che possono essere contestualizzate storicamente, non sono sempre da cancellare. Tuttavia, la comunità scientifica deve farsi carico di controllare l’esattezza delle informazioni storiche diffuse.It is the ethical duty of the historian to intervene in order to correct fake news, devoid of scientific rigour and substantiation, originating from the parochialism of local scholars who spread false and bad knowledge not only in mass culture but also in school education. The instrumentalisation of antiquity, which can be placed in a historical context, cannot always be eradicated. However, the scientific community must take it upon itself to verify the accuracy of the historical information disseminated.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3190
       
  • L’epigrafia del Ventennio fascista a Roma tra damnatio memoriae,
           restauro filologico e antecedenti classici / Epigraphy of the Twenty years
           of Fascism in Rome: damnatio memoriae, philological restoration and
           classical models.

    • Authors: Antonino Nastasi, Silvia Orlandi
      Pages: 519 - 532
      Abstract: Il vasto patrimonio epigrafico, sia in lingua italiana sia latina, prodotto in Italia durante il ventennio fascista costituisce un assai interessante campo di indagine in merito al rapporto con il periodo più controverso e sensibile della storia dell’Italia unita e alla sua rielaborazione pubblica, in virtù della natura intrinseca di scrittura esposta propria di ogni iscrizione. Si presenteranno qui alcuni esempi di iscrizioni di Roma risalenti all’epoca fascista, variamente sottoposte a operazioni di cancellazione, riscrittura o damnatio memoriae e, a volte, di seguente restauro e recupero testuale (non senza casi di travisazioni) per riflettere sulle diverse strategie e i diversi approcci nei confronti dei testi iscritti, anche in rapporto con casi simili tratti dalla storia e dall’epigrafia di Roma antica. Ne emerge una casistica complessa e diversificata, da cui risulta quanto sia spesso difficile la pura e semplice cancellazione dei testi, tanto in virtù del loro portato di testimonianza storica tout court, quanto in virtù della loro specifica natura epigrafica, a volte addirittura monumentale e artistica, oltre che per una carente riflessione collettiva sull’eredità fascista. The rich epigraphic production, both in Italian and in Latin, made in Italy during the fascist period, is an interesting research field, to study one of the most controversial periods of the Italian history after the year 1860 and its public reception, thanks to the specific nature of “displayed writing” typical of any inscription. There will be presented some examples of fascist inscriptions from Rome, that have been erased, re-written, sometimes restored (not without some misunderstandings) in different ways, with different applications of damnatio memoriae. Aim of the paper is to reflect on the different strategies and approaches towards inscribed texts, also in comparison with similar cases drawn from ancient Roman history and epigraphy. The examples are extremely diverse and complex, since it’s often not easy just removing the texts, given their role as historical witnesses and their nature of monuments and artifacts, not to quote a still imperfect collective reflection about the fascist heritage.
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3113
       
  • Annamaria Ducci (2021), Henri Focillon en son temps. La liberté des
           formes, Strasbourg: Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg

    • Authors: Franca Varallo
      Pages: 535 - 540
      Abstract: Recensione del volume
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3134
       
  • Gwladys Le Cuff, Anne Lepoittevin, a cura di (2022), Aiutando l’arte.
           Les inscriptions dans les décors post-tridentins d’Italie. Le
           iscrizioni nella pittura post-tridentina italiana, Bruxelles: Peter Lang,
           323 pp.

    • Authors: Maria Luisa Ricci
      Pages: 541 - 544
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3219
       
  • F. Fabbri, E. Silvestrini, A. Simonicca, a cura di (2022), Etnografie di
           materiali e pratiche rituali, le statue “da vestire” dell’area
           metropolitana di Roma, Roma: CISU centro di informazione e stampa
           universitaria, 269 pp.,

    • Authors: Antonio Troiano
      Pages: 545 - 548
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3217
       
  • Giovanni Messina (2022), About the journey. Stasis, chiasmus and
           interruptions. A geography essay. EDAP-Pontecorboli Editore, Firenze, 69
           pp.

    • Authors: Gian Luigi Corinto
      Pages: 549 - 552
      Abstract: Recesnione del libro
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3175
       
  • Ana-Maria Herman (2023), Reconfiguring the Museum. The Politics of Digital
           Display, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 253 pp.

    • Authors: Mara Cerquetti
      Pages: 553 - 556
      Abstract: Recensione / Book review
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3228
       
  • Mona Lisa

    • Authors: Germain Bazin
      Pages: 559 - 564
      Abstract: ------
      PubDate: 2023-06-26
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3253
       
  • DICO Toolkit for Digital Career Stories

    • Authors: The DICO Team
      Pages: 1 - 276
      Abstract: Digital Career Stories – Opening new career paths for arts and culture students, or DICO for short, has been a 2-year-long pedagogical development project. Its main objective was to develop innovative narrative and arts- and design-based methods that together form the Digital Career Story methodology introduced in this toolkit. Through the methodology developed, the project aimed to encourage reflection and self-reflection skills in higher education students, along with their digital and creative skills, and to help them build professional identities and design career paths, as well as enhancing their resilience, self-efficacy and self-esteem. The specific target group of the project was students of arts and culture subjects, but the pedagogical methods can just as well be used with other higher education students. The DICO project was the joint effort of a consortium of five European universities: Turku University of Applied Sciences (TUAS), Finland (as the applicant and coordinator of the project), University of Macerata (UniMC), Italy, Staffordshire University (SU), United Kingdom, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), Hungary, and the Technical University of Dublin (TU Dublin), Ireland. The project was funded by the Erasmus+ programme and lasted from March 2021 to February 2023.The DICO Toolkit contains the project results in the form of a handbook intended for lecturers, counsellors and mentors in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), and for cultural and creative organisations and professionals. It aims to provide both theoretical frameworks and practical tools for developing art-based methodologies with HEI students in the arts and culture. The book is structured into three sections – Theories and methodologies, Implementing creative methods, and Project evaluation and further resources – and concludes with an Appendix.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3181
       
  • Introduction

    • Authors: The DICO Team
      Pages: 9 - 14
      Abstract: ---
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3173
       
  • Building skills for cultural and creative sectors in the digital era:
           current needs, trends and challenges

    • Authors: Mara Cerquetti
      Pages: 17 - 31
      Abstract: This chapter discusses the role of higher education institutions (HEIs) in training cultural and creative graduates and professionals and improving their skills in the digital era. After analysing how culture and creativity can help innovation worldwide, the paper examines the uniqueness of the cultural and creative sector (CCS) and its positive and negative aspects, such as high rates of precariousness, fluctuations in income, contract instability and difficulty accessing social protection, in addition to its sizeable contribution to the European economy. The discussion then turns to European policies and the scientific literature to understand how the current debate addresses these issues. Among them are the need to fill skills gaps, including entrepreneurship and digital innovation, and the scant consideration given to differences between cultural and creative sub-sectors. In the final part, the essay points out the need to reshape the role of HEIs by improving students’ awareness of and critical thinking regarding their career path and supporting their resilience in uncertain times through co-creativity-based activities.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3177
       
  • Professional autobiographical process including identity work in creative
           writing practices

    • Authors: Ilona Kirsi Tanskanen
      Pages: 33 - 48
      Abstract: Reflexive and reflective skills are needed in workplaces today and in the future, in contexts that we are not able foresee. The transformative learning theory is focusing on self-reflection and previous experiences of adult students. The practices based on transformative learning theory strive to elaborate on new and existing knowledge and skills, and revision of meaning schemes and perspectives. The target of learning is a change in the meanings given and in the frames of reference, signifying change in the identity of the learner. In making such a big change, critical reflection and critical self-reflection are essential, and alongside rational, cognitive work, imagination, intuition, and emotion also have important roles to play. The transformative learning process includes ten phases, which are also present in MA students’ studies at the Arts Academy of the Turku University of Applied Sciences. One course, Professional Autobiographical Process is at the core of the process, and other courses are integrated with it. Art-based and creative methods combine different perspectives, also emotions, imagination and intuition, and provide a platform for identity work. Creative Life Writing, Free Writing, Focused Journaling, Digital Storytelling, and other art-based practices are applied and have proved to be fruitful in the professional autobiographical process. The role of the tutor is to facilitate and coach, as transformative learning and professional identity work are highly personal processes. The practices bring out the growth and development, and the material produced documents the progress and makes achievements tangible. This serves the student as well as the tutor.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3131
       
  • Digital Storytelling as a narrative approach to identity and career
           construction

    • Authors: Pirita Juppi
      Pages: 49 - 68
      Abstract: Digital Storytelling (DST) is a participatory, narrative, and art-based practice that has been applied for various purposes and in various institutional contexts. In higher education institutions, it has many uses. Besides building various skills, DST requires and develops reflexivity, and through self-reflection increases students’ self-awareness and supports their identity work. This chapter explores how DST can be used for career construction and for developing students’ professional identity. The practice is discussed within the broader framework of narrative theory and practice, on one hand, and in the framework of career guidance and counselling on the other. The chapter suggests that in the era of increasingly fragmented and insecure work and careers, new practices are needed to support young adults as they study, graduate, and enter and navigate their working life and various occupational transitions. The need is high especially among the arts and culture students and in other fields in which so called portfolio careers are becoming common. Creating and sharing multimodal career stories in a facilitated group-based process, using the method of DST, can provide a useful tool for career counselling in educational institutions.

      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3133
       
  • Collective and individual identities in an era of cultural co-creation

    • Authors: Carola Bettina Boehm
      Pages: 69 - 82
      Abstract: This chapter considers the background and contexts of individual and collective identity formation as part of a search for creating more powerful and holistic digital career stories that balance our individual nature with a more collective understanding of ourselves as human beings. This chapter was written as part of an effort by an Erasmus+-funded European group of pedagogues, who developed insights and tools for supporting creatives to form more powerful digital narratives of their often-fragmented career stories.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3140
       
  • Design thinking in career planning

    • Authors: Dorottya Féja, Fanni Csernátony, Anna Pais
      Pages: 83 - 98
      Abstract: This chapter looks at visual tools that are used mainly in design thinking methodologies. It explores how these tools can be utilised in storytelling and career planning. The implementation of a designer mindsets allows one to look at one’s own work with a critical eye, to be open to improvement, to not fear mistakes and to be able to learn from those mistakes. The identification and the correct use of divergent and convergent mindsets allocating the appropriate tools for a given career design challenge are the key aspects of a successful career plan. Building up a narrative can be challenging when the only tools available are verbal ones and often leads to linear, one stranded outcomes. Planning a career path is even more challenging, as one may not have a clear goal or a sense of where the narrative should go next. In the next sections we will try to provide insight and tools into life design. These tools and methods can be useful in a wide range of situations, whenever one is feeling stuck or has to make an important choice or where there is a moment to ponder one’s life journey and wants to plan ahead. The same tools that are used to define a company’s strategy are also useful to create a personal vision and plan the necessary steps. Introducing visual tools and design thinking mindsets into the career story creating process enables the creator to build up a story much more like a drawing or a picture; not linear, highly associative and layered in meaning.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3137
       
  • Equity, inclusion and feminist pedagogies

    • Authors: Barbara Knežević, Michelle Malone
      Pages: 99 - 117
      Abstract: This paper describes and expands on the contributions the research team at Technological University Dublin have made to the DICO Digital Career Stories Erasmus+ project from March 2021 through February 2023. This paper examines the TU Dublin presentation of specific Fine Art research methods and technical and practical tools, as a unique way to open these discussions around ethical teaching with regards to access, technology, gender, class, ethnic and racial diversity. This paper looks at some of the specific tools and methods common to fine art education and practice in the points of sharing sessions to ask how lecturing staff can deliver careers learning in the creative arts that is considerate and sensitive to the unique challenges that are presented in terms of equity and inclusion in third level creative arts education and careers stories creation.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3143
       
  • Creative writing practices and autobiographical process enabling
           professional identity work

    • Authors: Ilona Kirsi Tanskanen
      Pages: 121 - 138
      Abstract: This chapter provides the learning materials used in the professional autobiographical process. The case study and example come from the Arts Academy of the Turku University of Applied Sciences, the implementation of professional autobiographical processes in Contemporary Contexts of Arts Programme studies. The learning material benefits lecturers and tutors in higher education institutes in the learning design of courses that aim to support students’ reflective skills. The theoretical justifications are pointed out alongside describing the professional autobiographical process and including practices, study month by study month, although a closer examination of the theoretical basis, transformative learning theory, creative life writing, freewriting and journaling can be found in another chapter in this publication, Professional autobiographical process including identity work in creative writing practices. The process includes art-based and creative methods such as journaling, the digital career story, and design thinking. Journaling practices are described in this chapter, but learning materials and practices based on digital career story and design thinking methods are presented in other chapters in this publication. This chapter covers the stages of the process and main practices. The targets, pre-assignments, content and contact class activities and assignments of each of ten phases are gathered in table 1. In implementing the professional autobiographical process integration into other courses on the study plan is recommended as well as (short) art-based activities, which fit the needs of the current study group – for example at the start of contact classes. Every professional autobiographical process course is individual – although the learning targets and the core of the process remain the same – as is each students learning process.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3132
       
  • Organising a Digital Storytelling workshop in a HEI setting

    • Authors: Pirita Juppi
      Pages: 139 - 151
      Abstract: Organising a Digital Storytelling (DST) workshop in a heigher education institution (HEI) setting does not require specialised digital media labs or professional video editing software, but it does need careful planning and experienced workshop facilitators. Planning should start with defining the purpose of the workshop and, therefore, with the topic of the digital stories to be created. The workshop structure and schedule should be carefully planned, keeping in mind the learning facilities needed at various steps of the process. A DST workshop can be organised either on campus or as an online workshop, using students’ own laptops or mobile devices to create digital stories. In either case, it is important to give students clear instructions, to provide sufficient support for creating the stories, and to ensure interaction between the group members at critical points of the process, namely when working on story drafts and when the digital stories are completed and ready to be shared with the group.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3129
       
  • Collective and individual identities in an era of co-creation: a workshop

    • Authors: Carola Bettina Boehm
      Pages: 153 - 166
      Abstract: This chapter describes a workshop developed as part of an effort by a European group of pedagogues, who developed insights and tools for supporting creatives to form a more powerful digital narrative of their often-fragmented career stories. Thus, the group explored and developed digital storytelling tools, media and online tools, autobiographical practices, design thinking, and embodied practices for identity formation. As part of the latter, this chapter is about a workshop that considers individual and collective identity formation for creating more powerful and holistic digital career stories that balance our individual nature with a more collective understanding of ourselves as human beings. A separate chapter about the conceptual framework underpinning this workshop can be viewed in this toolkit. Artists have a long historic tradition of forming collectives and co-creative processes. However, in a world that has emphasised individual endeavours and individualism as the highest concept associated with freedom, they have not always received positive value judgements. Thus, current neoliberal tendencies to elevate the individually identifiable creators established a perceived meritocratic society of individual power and choice. But the multiple current crises in governance, society, environment and economy suggest a dead-end of this trajectory. Perhaps, as a result, current discourses of more collective, cooperative and collaborative endeavours are on the rise in the art sector as in others. Thus, the concepts around Culture 3.0 are worthy of being highlighted, as in the absence of this phenomenon of Culture 3.0, authors and creative professionals have often needed to resort to other terms, such as “community arts”, “socially engaged arts”, “participatory arts”, “non-traditional arts”. But these terms are often associated with value judgments in themselves.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3141
       
  • Performative embodied identities: using acting and storytelling to explore
           identity and careers

    • Authors: Nicola Herd, Robert Marsden, Maria Buckley Whatton
      Pages: 167 - 184
      Abstract: During October 2021, Staffordshire University Department of Media, Performance and Communication hosted an intensive week for the DICO project. Looking at oral storytelling, narratology, acting and embodiment, participants explored how to use these techniques and methodologies in two ways. Firstly, as process, whereby these become enablers to reflect and explore past and present career stories, by creating a narrative around this, as well as imagining a future self. Secondly, as vehicles for product in their own right: to create a career story as an output using these forms. This chapter steps us through some of the key practices of that week and introduces the critical framework.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3126
       
  • Planning the future with visual tools

    • Authors: Dorottya Féja, Fanni Csernátony, Anna Pais
      Pages: 185 - 206
      Abstract: Planning the future with visual tools is a 9 hour-long course for university students to assist them to make conscious plans about their careers using the visual methods of design thinking and strategic planning. The course can be changed flexibly to accommodate a wide range of circumstances, such as smaller and bigger groups, offline and online settings, students from different backgrounds and ages, etc. We recommend that the programme is completed in 1 to 5 days, in order to maintain intensity, momentum and focus. However, it is also possible to create a weekly schedule for 1-hour long sessions for 9 weeks. In this contribution we provide suggestions for the timing although these can be changed according to the needs of the group. During the course we use a canvas or an exercise book with printed templates that serve as guides for each task. The canvas or the exercise book also gives an easy-to-understand framework for the whole process and helps participants to build on their previous works. The left side of the canvas helps participants to discover and understand the present and the right side helps participants to envision the future and to set well defined goals. The middle part is about building a bridge between the two: identifying possible barriers and resources, listing and evaluating possible ideas to achieve future goals and creating a realistic timeline from these ideas. In this chapter we explain the process step-by-step with suggestions on how to facilitate the session. 
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3138
       
  • Equity, inclusion and feminist pedagogies. Workshop outlines

    • Authors: Barbara Knežević, Michelle Malone
      Pages: 207 - 209
      Abstract: This paper describes the workshops delivered by the Technological University Dublin team on the DICO project as part of the points of sharing intellectual output. This paper is designed to provide a step-by-step guide for two of the sessions delivered.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3144
       
  • Evaluating the DICO project: results and future prospects

    • Authors: Concetta Ferrara, Mara Cerquetti
      Pages: 213 - 246
      Abstract: This chapter discusses the results of the evaluation activities carried out within the DICO project (Digital Career Stories. Opening new career paths for arts and culture students) under the Erasmus+ Programme. After analysing the role of measurement in management and the specific contribution of assessment practices in higher education, the paper presents the activities undertaken by the partner institutions during the project (2021-2022). The DICO project focused on the role of digital and self-reflection learning methodologies in boosting resilience and belief in the future among higher education students in cultural and creative fields. In addition to arts-based active learning methodologies as a tool for promoting motivation and skills, the project evaluation also examined assessment as a form of learning. Quantitative and qualitative research methods were adopted to investigate lecturers’ and students’ expectations, prior experience, satisfaction, and the impact of the project. Moreover, a specific qualitative focus was applied with students enrolled in a master’s degree course in Cultural Heritage Management (University of Macerata). The results provide valuable insights into teaching and learning methodologies and suggestions for higher education institutions (HEIs) in cultural and creative fields.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3152
       
  • A “Flood of images”. Notes on the fate of the “figure seen from
           behind” in the Digital Career Stories by the UniMC team

    • Authors: Giuseppe Capriotti
      Pages: 247 - 255
      Abstract: The paper analyses the way in which UniMC students have used personal photos for the preparation of their Digital Career Stories during a workshop held in Macerata in January 2022. The phrase “flood of images” expresses the freedom with which students have used numerous photographs taken during their leisure time and travels. In this “flood of images” we can notice a predominant presence of a powerful image, which is recurrent in almost all the stories: it is based on the theme of a human being seen from behind, showing his/her back to the observer. In some images the protagonist (or the protagonists) is looking at an amazing landscape, while in other cases he/she is admiring a framed picture, a work of art in a museum. The figure of a human being seen from behind could be an effect of the significant impact of some Friedrich’s paintings (also in the European handbook of general history, literature, and art history). Within the frame of the “visual studies” (and using Mitchell, Freedberg, Lester and Belting categories), the paper deals with a singular case of the “power of images”.   
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3142
       
  • Creative production in the Net: sharing vs protecting

    • Authors: Pierluigi Feliciati
      Pages: 257 - 271
      Abstract: There is a general lack of knowledge among the cultural heritage and art community about the issues concerning the daily practice of online communication, most of which have legal implications requiring the utmost attention in the reuse online. In the era of global content sharing, we do not seem to be sufficiently aware of the extraordinary opportunities in terms of cultural, social and economic development for the community deriving from the adoption of open licenses on digital works in the public domain. In this paper, the author presents the state of the art about legal issues related to the use, reuse, modification and publication of creative digital content on the Net, with particular attention to the European context. Some tools, tips for instructors and students, and a list of best-known platforms offering open multimedia resources adopting open licenses are presented.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3122
       
  • DICO Digital Collection

    • Authors: The DICO Team
      First page: 275
      Abstract: DICO Digital Collection is the repository of the Erasmus+ DICO (Digital Career Stories) project. It includes some of the creative results (mostly images and videos) produced by students, lecturers and researchers during the project, as well as images documenting events.The DICO Digital Collection is hosted within Nexhum Links Humanities, the digital library of the University of Macerata (UniMC), which archives, manages, and disseminates UniMC digitised and digitally native cultural resources.The collection is open source, and descriptive metadata are available for each digital object.This platform ensures the long-term preservation of digital objects and metadata, their interoperability, accessibility and searchability.All digital content is identified by a unique and permanent URI and can be found using multiple search filters.
      PubDate: 2023-01-20
      DOI: 10.13138/2039-2362/3172
       
 
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