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Autore: Giorgia Aureli, Fabio Colonnese, Silvia Cutarelli (a cura di); Donatella Fiorani (presentazione di)

Intersezioni. Ricerche di Storia, Disegno e Restauro dell’Architettura

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Il volume raccoglie le ricerche presentate nei seminari organizzati fra il 2017 e il 2019 presso il Dottorato in Storia, Disegno e Restauro dell’Architettura di ‘Sapienza’ Università di Roma e ripercorre le tematiche approfondite nel corso di undici sessioni, relative a connotazioni e attributi dell’architettura (Proporzione, forma e struttura; Architettura, forma e funzione; Compiuto e incompiuto in architettura), contesti cronologici specifici (Novecento: progetto e cantiere; Architettura romana fra centro e periferia dell’Impero), dialettica teoretica endogena o esogena (Architettura e città; Architettura e arti visive), argomenti di dibattito attuali (Rappresentazione, costruzione e trasformazione della città; Superfici: materia e immagine; Architettura e concorsi; Effimero – e immateriale – in architettura).
Le singole sezioni sono costituite da saggi afferenti ai settori scientifici della storia, del disegno, del restauro e della progettazione architettonica; sono inoltre concluse da riflessioni sintetiche, che sottolineano i nessi fra ricerche eterogenee per argomenti, approcci, metodi e finalità allo scopo di evidenziare le intersezioni disciplinari fra i contributi e favorire, più in generale, una positiva contaminazione tra ambiti distinti in relazione a temi comuni.

Saggi di Piero Albisinni, Giorgia Aureli, Maria Teresa Bartoli, Federico Bellini, Rita Bertucci, Mario Bevilacqua, Lorenzo Bianchi, Thomas E. Boothby, Francesco Cervellini, Massimiliano Ciammaichella, Alessandra Cirafici, Fabio Colonnese, Silvia Cutarelli, Laura De Carlo, Roberto De Rubertis, Carolina Di Biase, Maria Diodato, Francesco Doglioni, Lorenzo Finocchi Ghersi, Donatella Fiorani, Francesco Paolo Fiore, Marco Folin, Roberto Gargiani, Alfonso Giancotti, Andrew Hopkins, Loughlin Kealy, Tommaso Manfredi, Claudio Menichelli, Camilla Mileto, Elisabetta Montenegro, Stefano Francesco Musso, Caterina Palestini, Lia M. Papa, Biagio Roma, Marida Talamona, Giorgio Testa, Fernando Vegas, Paolo Vitti.

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Autore: Antonio Laurìa, Valbona Flora, Kamela Guza

Five Albanian Villages. Guidelines for a Sustainable Tourism Development through the Enhancement of the Cultural Heritage

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The assessment that we are products of the past is an invitation, rather than a rule.
Knowing yourself and the history that surrounds you is of great importance to the future, and not only for Albanians.
If you travel through Albania, you begin to understand that time has passed even more than the books that have been written about it. Albanian spiritual riches are often associated with the appearance of the old and the vintage, which could be a house, bridge or religious object. Considering the importance of the universal values they carry, some of them are monuments of cultural heritage and part of UNESCO.
Today, some Albanians have left their homeland and reside in different places around the world. For various reasons, they are looking for ways to be more present in their country of origin, or to retain fragments and pieces of their cultural heritage to present to future generations. In the process, national identity and coexistence with other nations are naturally harmonized.
As human evidence of this commitment, five impressive villages in Albania are highly appreciated by the people familiar with the distance from the country of origin.
This makes their keen sense of appreciation as special as it is human. The five selected villages are as different from each other as the coordinates of a homeland you await to discover with each passing day. They are separated by great distances, but in the space
between them, they carry culture, identity and history.
The project of five villages modestly ‘translates’ the invisible into an act evaluating the need for the contribution of the diaspora as a form of communication and assessment of the quality of life in Albania. It is harmonized to the human aspect where the Italian culture learned in migration serves to ‘illuminate’ the originality of Albanian cultural values.

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Autore: A.M. Oteri, G. Scamardì (a cura di)

Un paese ci vuole. Studi e prospettive per i centri abbandonati e in via di spopolamento, «ArcHistor» Extra, 7

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The phenomenon of abandonment today mainly concerns small villages, located in disadvantaged or fragile areas, but also urban and industrial “fragments”, which have concluded their life cycle or have lost their function, becoming incompatible with the socio-economic system. The most obvious causes are natural and anthropic, traumatic and gradual, and depend on the fragility of the territory, often increased by neglect and poor maintenance, in a spiral process in which abandonment
increases neglect, neglect increases abandonment; but they also depend on the traditional socio-economic system, which cannot keep up with the speed of processes in the so-called advanced areas. Depopulation and abandonment are not phenomena of our time. In every age and at every latitude territories have been gradually inhabited, abandoned and
then re-inhabited, according to a life cycle that is sometimes natural, sometimes unnaturally accelerated by political choices. However, it is evident, looking at the history of places, that single events have almost never been the sole cause of abandonment: often communities have faced and overcome a disaster, finding in themselves the stimuli and solutions for a possible recovery. Problems arise, however, when human action is added to the event, a disrespectful, short-sighted intervention or even simple inaction. These are political actions that directly or indirectly trigger processes of abandonment, where they do not follow the history, needs and identity of places and communities

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